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What vaccinations do kids have when aged twelve and under?

Polio, diptheria, whooping cough, tetnas, german measels and a booster in South Africa. This depends on the country you live in.

What were common diseases in 1914-1918?

polio, TB, whooping cough

What are the six childhood killer disease in Ghana?

measles,tetanus,polio,tuberculosis,whooping cough and diptheria

What are six childhood killer diseases in Ghana?

measles,tetanus,polio,tuberculosis,whooping cough and diptheria

Benefits of animal experimentation?

many vaccines have been developed because of it such as polio, whooping cough, or tb. What do you value more, the life of an animal, or a human?

What diseases were there in the 1850's?

* Cholera * Typhus * Whooping Cough * Rubella * Measles * Mumps * Influenza * Tuberculosis * Malaria * Small Pox * Polio And others.

List 5 microbial diseases and the antibiotic used for treatment?

DISEASE ANTIBIOTIC USED measles mmr (measles mump rubella) polio polio drops whooping cough dpt(deptheria petruesis tetanus)

What is one disease children are most vaccinated against?

Smallpox and polio. There are several other diseases that are vaccinated against - whooping cough to name just one.

What is one disease most children are vaccinated against?

Smallpox and polio. There are several other diseases that are vaccinated against - whooping cough to name just one.

What disease are babies often immunised?

Diptheria Tetanus Pertussis (whooping cough) Pneumococcal infection Measles Mumps Rubella (German Measles) Polio Mengitis C (this will vary by country)

How polio is spread?

polio is spread by poor hygiene and you can get it/ spread fromhaving poor hygiene or having a person with polio sneeze or cough on you (spreading germs)

Is polio a genetic disease?

no polio is not a genetic disease but if a women is pregnant and has polio during the pregnancy it can be given to the baby

What are some diseases that are school aproprete and can do for a health project that are easy to do?

for k-12 projects try any disease that children get vacinated for like polio, whooping cough, rubella, mumps, measles, chicken pox, small pox etc

Diseases caused by bacteria and virus?

# Chickenpox # Cholera # Common cold (influenza) # Diphtheria # Mumps # Polio # Rubella (German measles) # Scarlet fever # Whooping cough # Smallpox (appears to have been eradicated) # Typhoid # Tetanus # HIV/AIDS

What diseases can be prevented using vaccinations?

The flu..... Chicken Pox, and meningitis are just some of the few * measles * chicken pox * mumps * rubella * whooping cough * polio * tuberculosis * meningitis * HPV * Tetnus * cholera * diptheria * influenza * malaria

Who gets vaccines and when?

Everybody should get vaccines to protect them from deadly diseases like polio and smallpox and measles and whooping cough. You get vaccines all through your life, from infancy to adulthood. Elderly people especially need the shingles vaccine and pneumonia vaccine and a yearly flu vaccine.

What was the mystery about the polio virus that had to be solved before a vaccine could be developed?

This question seems to be from a unit about Henrietta Lacks' cells.There are many polio viruses that have no effect on humans. Her cells (HeLa) allowed the growth of polio viruses and made it possible to determine which strain produced the devastating effects. When that was determined, the vaccine could be made.Vaccines are not limited to viruses. Some of the bacterial diseases for which there are vaccines include: tuberculosis, meningitis, tetanus, whooping cough, typhoid, cholera, anthrax, etc.

What disease is caused by microbes?

Sleeping sickness Leishmaniasis Chgas West Neil Cryptosporidium Venereal diseases Anthrax leprosy Diphtheria Mononucleosis Rabies Measles Trichinosis Smallpox Botulism TB Whooping cough Common colds Yellow fever Polio AIDS Malaria Tick fever Pin worms

How does Polio infect the body?

Contact with the feces of an infected person. Droplets from a sneeze or cough of an infected person (less common)

What age are infants and children are innoculated for polio disease?

at birth,then after 6 weeks,then in the 10th week,and 14th week.after that booster doses is given in 5 years

Is polio a verb?

Polio is a noun. If you want to use polio with a verb, you could say: Contract polio Suffer from polio Die of polio Recover from polio Etc., etc. I hope that helped.

Can cold water cause polio?

No, it takes the polio virus to cause polio. The polio virus can be defeated by having a polio vaccination.

What is the number one disease from New Zealand?

Well we are a first world country, so there isn't too much we have to worry about. We get immunisations against Diphtheria, Tetanus, Whooping cough, Polio, Hepatitis B/Haemophilus influenzae, Pneumococcal, Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Tetanus, etc, throughout our life time. I guess meningitis would be one of the bigger risks, and we get immunised against that too.

What is the cause of the disease polio?

Polio is caused by polio virus.

How can you get polio?

Polio can be contracted by contact with a person infected with polio.