Communicable Diseases

An infection is the invasion of an organism's body tissues by disease-causing agents, their multiplication, and the reaction of host tissues to the infectious agents and the toxins they produce. An infectious disease, also known as a transmissible disease or communicable disease, is an illness resulting from an infection. Infections can be caused by a wide range of pathogens, most prominently bacteria and viruses but also more unusual types. Hosts can fight infections using their immune system. Mammalian hosts react to infections with an innate response, often involving inflammation, followed by an adaptive response. Specific medications used to treat infections …



UBC: UBC Press · 15 May 2024 English

The old neo-liberal economic theory that deregulation will solve the problem of unaffordable housing is being contradicted by reality, with ugly consequences for social cohesion, mental health, urban vitality, and …

private choices about housing type to communicable diseases? At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic

National Collaborating Centre for Determinants of Health · 3 May 2024 English

Food food systems threaten our health and well- systems consist of several major components: being when workers are treated poorly, food is the food supply chain, people and institutions, produced …

the burden of non- Policy Index (Food- communicable diseases. EPI): A pooled level analysis across eleven

McMaster Health Forum · 15 April 2024 English

Living evidence synthesis 22.1: Impact of strategies to mitigate health-related misinformation in diverse settings and populations

reproductive health, substance use or smoking, non-communicable diseases, pandemics, eating disorders, and medical

RSC: Royal Society of Canada · 9 April 2024 English

The CIHR, NAPHRO and the Health Charities Coalition of Canada undertook discussions on the impacts, gaps, and opportunities in the Canadian health research landscape because of COVID-19 to identify areas …

in this area conditions and chronic non-communicable diseases.  Facilitated continuity of funds/extended

ITK: Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami · 5 March 2024 English

Next Steps and Opportunities for Collaboration: The Inuit Nunangat Poverty Reduction Strategy and Implementation Plan After completion of the Cost of Living Project- Phase II, and the National Inuit Poverty …

one third premature mortality from non-communicable diseases, ex. Suicide), 3.5 (Strengthen the prevention

Wilson Center Canada · 5 February 2024 English

In the Since we want to compare across latter case, for example, projections indicate that an aging US regions and across time in this population and the decline in the …

remarkable shifts as well. income countries Communicable diseases are no longer the top killer anywhere in health and development. If funding for communicable diseases and health infrastructure should stall also

BCPSEA: British Columbia Public School Employers' Association · 31 January 2024 English

PREAMBLE WHEREAS it is the responsibility of all parties to this Agreement to work for the effective and efficient operation of the schools in the School District, all in accordance …

working in an environment where serious communicable diseases have been determined by the School Medical

CSPI: Centre for Science in the Public Interest · 5 January 2024

While the guidance offers sponsors the option to include boilerplate “resistance mitigation statements,” such as “Feed this drug only to the number of animals necessary to treat, control, or prevent …

vaccines, to diagnose, prevent, or treat communicable diseases, risks related to disease transmission are

INSPQ: Institut national de santé publique du Québec · 13 December 2023 French

Les milieux de soins visés par ce document sont : Milieux de soins de courte durée (unités de soins et urgence) et ambulatoires (cliniques médicales, groupes de médecine de famille …

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RSC: Royal Society of Canada · 8 December 2023 English

The Legal Context of Criminal Law 1.1 A Brief History of Canada’s Drug Laws In this section, we offer a brief history of Canada’s drug laws from the initial introduction …

which increases the risk of contracting communicable diseases such as HIV and hepatitis C. Resource scarcity

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