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Waterborne diseases, like typhoid fever and cholera, are extremely dangerous — but they're not transmitted by rain drops.
The marsh provided an environment for salmonella bacteria and other organisms capable of causing typhoid fever and paratyphoid fever.
The original 43 acres was a donation of rancher Thomas Davis as a tribute to his wife Julia, who died of typhoid fever in 1907.
Antibiotics are the only effective treatment for typhoid fever, a systemic infection with varying severity that can become life-threatening.
The results, published in the Lancet last year, showed the vaccine to be 87 percent effective in preventing typhoid fever.
Initial symptoms are easily mistaken for malaria or typhoid fever—body aches, sore throat, fever, nausea, diarrhea—before the disease progresses to organ failure, shock, and sometimes internal hemorrhaging.
The spirit of the story arises from a tragic footnote in American history, when President Abraham Lincoln's 11-year-old son, Willie, died of typhoid fever during the Civil War.
After getting abducted to try and cure a ship filled with men battling typhoid fever, Claire got to work during Sunday's installment of the Starz genre drama and found the source of the infection.
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