Epidemiology of Malarial Contamination

Epidemiologists have recently paid more prominent consideration in the past to the study of disease transmission of clinical malaria as opposed to the epidemiology of malarial contamination. This alters of emphasis has been stimulated in portion by the requirement for superior clinical definitions of malaria within the assessment of control measures such as insecticide-treated materials and malaria immunizations. Nearly half of the entire world populace is exposed to the chance of contracting malaria. Malaria could be a life-threatening malady caused by parasites that are transmitted to individuals through the bites of contaminated female Anopheles mosquitoes. It is preventable and curable. Malaria is caused by Plasmodium parasites. The parasites are spread to individuals through the bites of infected female Anopheles mosquitoes, called "malaria vectors." There are 5 Plasmodium parasites species that cause malaria in people: Plasmodium falciparum, P. vivax, P. malariae, P. o…

Dealing with the Salmonella Epidemic, a Sneaky Superbug

In today’s world, the ever-increasing reliability of antibiotics and other disease preventive drugs have sprung several mutated strains of multi-drug resistant microbes AKA superbugs. Salmonella is one such strain and is known to cause frequent epidemic outbreaks. They grow well on raw meat products such as chicken, fish, beef, ham, etc. Since humans consume these products almost on a daily basis and it isn’t difficult to get infected and outbreaks are more common than you think. The most common symptoms observed in a salmonella infection are diarrhea, fever and stomach aches which show up 12 to 72 hours after the initial exposure. It is relative, a treatable illness but the strains mutate and transform into more resilient forms and new more potent drugs are necessary to combat them. With the proper treatment, the infected person could be cured within 4 to 7 days. Inflammation of the intestines is one of the obvious characteristics of salmonella infection and due to the tissue damage …

Epidemiology of Sexual Transmission of Zika virus (ZIKV) described by the Living Systematic Study

Zika virus (ZIKV) can be sexually transmissible within a shorter period of time than earlier evaluated, concurring to a systematic study carried out. The study included an analysis of data from both human and animal studies and was conducted to explain the epidemiologyof sexual transmission of ZIKV.
Sexual transmission of ZIKV has been earlier documented, but the dangers of transmission are not well implicit, and it is not identified whether other flaviviruses can be transmitted by this means. To address this gap in information, the analysts conducted a methodical review of available, relevant evidence. Sexual transmission of ZIKV is found to be more prominent to spread from men to women than from women to men. For sexual transmission of ZIKV, it was found by researchers that the average serial interval, the time between the start of indications in 2 sexual partners is 12 days, and the average duration of ZIKV RNA determination in semen is longer (34 days) than in the female genital tr…

An Aging Immune System may describe Age-related Cancer Risk

The key to cancer avoidance possibly lies in the immune system rather than inherent mutations, the recent focus of most anti-cancer efforts around the globe, according to a most important novel investigate done. For decades, it has been acknowledged that transformations emerging either as an end result of genetic predisposition or standard of living and ecological factors cause cancer. The conventional view is with the aim of the way cancer occurrence increases with age may possibly be understood and evaluated if multiple (typically five to six) mutations in a single cell are necessary to set off cancer. The failing immune system with we age may possibly be a stronger case for the rising incidence of early cancer than multiple mutations. Following the theory that an agingimmune system may outcome in higher rates of cancer, just as it leads to an older person is more inclined to other diseases; they looked at statisticson 2 million cases of cancer with the age ranging between 18-70. A mat…

Climate Change and Health: PLOS Medicine

Analysts predict abridged cropnutritional substance and following health disparities due to increased carbon dioxide levels related to climate change. In their country-level modeling study, they include estimates of climate change, yield nutrient concentrations, nutritional patterns, and disease probability into a model of iron and zinc insufficiency. Their estimates predict a disease burden of about 125.8 million disability-adjusted life-years (DALYs) worldwide over the phase from 2015 to 2050, inexplicably affecting South-East Asian and sub-Saharan African countries. In a viewpoint,  the idea of crop nutrition in a changing climate and how increasing carbon dioxide concentrations and climate change are anticipated to reduce the quality, quantity, and availability of rice, wheat, potatoes, and other staple crops. They outline major information gaps and speculations needed to protect populace health, especially among the most susceptible. Turning to the impacts of climate change on the …

Welcome to the Epidemiology Meet 2019!

We are pleased to invite all to attend the “7th Epidemiology and Public Health Conference”, will be held from February 18-19, 2019 Dubai, UAE. The theme of the conference is “Global Health a major topic of concern in Epidemiology Research and Public Health study”.
Epidemiology Meet 2019 is an international forum for academicians, Nutrition’s, health care providers, Dieticians,  public health specialists, health professionals, scientists, researches, Policymakers, and health workers to present their latest research ideas, development, and applications in all areas of public health, epidemiology and Nutrition.

This international and interdisciplinary will act as a forum for Epidemiologist and Public Health professionals pathologist statistician clinicians business professionals foundation to learn quality medical care for the general public. It may help local health classes and conduct routine research in a managerial capacity. The conference will bring together healthcare professionals a…


About Conference
The 7th Epidemiology and Public Health Conference will be held at Dubai, UAE during June 17 -18, 2019
The theme falls on “Global Health a major topic of concern in Epidemiology Research and Public Health study”.
Epidemiology Meet 2019 in conjunction with its institutional partners and Editorial Board Members are delighted to invite you all to the 7th Epidemiology and Public Health Conference, to share experiences and best practices through invited keynote, symposia, workshops, plenary lectures, invited sessions and posters covering a range of topics and important issues which affect us all from the research to the practical implementations.
Epidemiology Meet 2019 will converge on the rising health issues and unexplored fields of diseases and invigorate developments connected to every aspect of public health, epidemiology, nutrition and Physicians research which provides new opportunities for specialists of all over the world to congregate exchange, organize and discove…