What is the epidemiology of H1N1?
the H1N1 is very bad and anyone can catch it,
what is descriptive epidemiology
It's the adjective form of epidemiology, which means: Of, or relating to, epidemiology. http://www.answers.com/topic/epidemiology
Epidemiology is a science, not an illness.
Epidemiology is the study of transmission and sources of disease
Noel S. Weiss has written: 'Clinical epidemiology' -- subject(s): Biometry, Clinical epidemiology, Epidemiologic Methods, Treatment Outcome, Epidemiology 'Exercises in epidemiology' -- subject(s): Epidemiology, Problems, exercises, Epidemiologic Methods, Problems and Exercises
epidemiology of fractures is a medical book which deals about the fractures.
European Journal of Epidemiology was created in 1985.
American College of Epidemiology was created in 1979.
Emerging Themes in Epidemiology was created in 2004.
International Journal of Epidemiology was created in 1972.
Dirk Pfeiffer has written: 'Veterinary epidemiology' -- subject(s): Epidemiologic Methods, Epidemiology, Animal Diseases, Veterinary, Veterinary epidemiology
The h1n1 was man made. The h1n1 was made by a child who had a disease
Epidemiology is a branch of medicine sutying epidemics and the spread of diseases.
No, the H1N1 vaccine won't make you sicker or healthier if you already have H1N1.
The components of epidemiology includes: Disease frequency, Distribution of disease, Out comes of disease
Epidemiology Epidemiology is the study of the spread of disease.
Rodolfo Saracci has written: 'Epidemiology' -- subject(s): Epidemiology
Epidemiology - Community - was created on 2010-10-28.
V. Zhdanov has written: 'Epidemiology' -- subject(s): Epidemiology
Lee W Riley has written: 'Molecular epidemiology of infectious diseases' -- subject(s): Laboratory manuals, Molecular epidemiology, Communicable diseases, Epidemiology
H1N1 isn't an airborne.
Noel Weiss has written: 'Clinical epidemiology' -- subject- s -: Epidemiology
"H1N1" is the name of a specific subtype of influenza Type A virus. Many different flu infections have been caused by the H1N1 subtype of influenza viruses, including the recent pandemic swine flu which is the Influenza Type A H1N1/09 virus.
H1N1 is hereditary because of pizza
H1N1 is a flu virus, not a bacterium.
Abraham M. Lilienfeld has written: 'Epidemiology of mongolism' -- subject(s): Down syndrome, Epidemiology 'Cancer epidemiology; methods of study' -- subject(s): Cancer, Research
epidemiology is ofcourse, the study of disease and ewpidemiologists often study the diseases in a certain location, area, of community.
Annette Rossignol has written: 'Principles and practice of epidemiology' -- subject(s): Epidemiology
William Pickles has written: 'Epidemiology in country practice' -- subject(s): Epidemiology
The motto of Rochester Epidemiology Project is 'Improving Community Health Through Research'.
The H1N1 Swine influenza is a virus.
There is no information on if any of the Gosselin's have had H1N1.
The h1n1 came from a pig
You can be a carrier of the H1N1 and not no it but give it to someone else.
R. Beaglehole has written: 'Basic epidemiology' -- subject(s): Epidemiology, Epidemiologic Methods
John R. Paul has written: 'Clinical epidemiology' -- subject(s): Epidemiology
It can be possible. H1N1 can effect anyone in the United states.
Epidemiology is the study of diseases, especially the incidence and prevalence of diseases, along with tracking of epidemics (as well as endemic diseases).
1. The role of epidemiology in health policy formulation, planning and management
Yes, H1N1 is a type of flu called the "Swine Flu" which is very contagious. I had the Swine flu H1N1 and it was so not fun at all.
Swine influenza A (H1N1)
always stay away from people with the h1n1
Eleanor J. Macdonald has written: 'Epidemiology of cancer in Texas' -- subject(s): Cancer, Epidemiology
Ray M. Merril has written: 'Introduction to epidemiology' -- subject(s): Epidemiologic Methods, Epidemiology
The h1n1 flu (also none as the swine flu) came from pigs.But if you go and stand right next to one or eat pig meats you will NOT get the h1n1.
Almost every school of veterinary medicine will have associated PhD programs in biosciences including epidemiology.
What is the medical term meaning study of the incidence and distribution of health and disease in a society?
Epidemiology, or the study of heath patterns within a given population. Epidemiology
Gary D. Friedman has written: 'Primer of epidemiology / Gary D. Friedman' -- subject(s): Epidemiology
J. C. Frauenthal has written: 'Mathematical modeling in epidemiology' -- subject(s): Epidemiology, Mathematical models
85 people were affected by H1N1