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Disease that is transmitted from water.
Waterborne diseases are caused by pathogenic microorganisms. The most common are transmitted in contaminated fresh water. Infection commonly results during bathing, washin…g, drinking, in the preparation of food, or the consumption of food thus infected
Umm, no. Water in fact is the basis for most life, including microbes and bacteria and other germs. It has no preventative qualities, unless you mean by using water to wash wi…th. Then it can help in reducing disease by promoting cleanliness.
Enforosis is one of them.Also,I think, gastroenteritis because of the dehydration part.
It just does
A boling water B proper treatment of water C proper sanitation D eating a balanced diet
water borne diseases can be prevented by boiling the water or adding chlorine to it
Have uniforms treated with permethrin
A water borne disease is a disease that one can get from drinking contaminated water. Some examples are: Cholera, E-coli., Salmonella
diarrhea, dysentry, typhoid, polio, cholera, malaria,
There are many water borne illnesses but two of some of the morecommon diseases would be Cholera and Malaria. . Cholera is an acute, diarrhoeal illness caused by infection of…the intestine from unclean drinking water or foods contaminatedwith the bacteria Vibrio Cholerae. It's a rapid spreading diseasein places without clean drinking water or proper sewage and ischaracterized by diarrhea, stomach and leg cramping and vomitting. Malaria is a parasitic disease transmitted from one person toanother through the bite of female Anopheles mosquitoes, whichbreed in fresh water. Symptoms of malaria start out as short,reoccuring bouts of chills or fever. Over time it can enlarge thespleen and liver causing anemia or jaundice. In severe and fatalcases it causes clogging of the vessels in the cerebral tissue.It's most commonly found in the tropics today. Some other water-borne illnesses or problems include Typhoid,Hepatits, lead poisoning, Polio, hookworm infection, andscabies.
You have to provide safe water supply to every body. And there should be proper disposal of human and animal excreta.
The virus responsible for poliomyelitis is transmitted via the fecal-oral route. It is a completely preventable disease due to the widely available vaccinations.
Boiling water if you are unsure of where the water came from is always a good way to ensure that bacteria is killed (or contaminants). Education of how to boil the water (how …long- at least 30 seconds at full boil) for those who are affected by these diseases is helpful in preventing it. Make sure that includes any animals that may be drinking from this water source.