WKBW-TVParents get answers about tuberculosis testingWKBW-TVBUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) - Parents had a chance to get answers from school officials Thursday, about their children potentially coming into contact with tuberculosis. A student at PS #197 has tested positive for Tuberculosis, prompting the Erie County ...and more »
ABC OnlineNew Town community group restore 20th century tuberculosis chalets in St ...ABC OnlineFriends of the Orphan Schools in the St John's Park precinct has spent the past two years restoring the last remaining chalets — the Alan Rogers Chalet (named after the son of former Hobart lord mayor Edwin Rogers who died of tuberculosis) and the ...
Onislam.netChild Murdered by Tuberculosis, China and ThailandOnislam.netAbdullah Abduweli had been receiving treatment for tuberculosis (TB) — a highly contagious bacterial infection of the lungs — for around two months at a hospital in Songkhla province's Hat Yai city in north Patani before he died early in the morning ...
WGRZ-TVStudent at PS #197 in Buffalo diagnosed with tuberculosisWGRZ-TVBUFFALO, N.Y. - Parents of children attending the Math Science Technology Preparatory School in Buffalo were invited to a meeting Thursday night to get more information after a student at the school was diagnosed with an active case of tuberculosis.BPS student contracts Tuberculosis, spar
Atlanta Journal ConstitutionTexans Die of Tuberculosis and Other Insights From the CDC's Distinctive Death ...SmithsonianThe report authors note that the numbers of deaths depicted on the map range “from 15,000 deaths from HIV in Florida to 679 deaths from tuberculosis in Texas to 22 deaths from syphilis in Louisiana.” In Montana, just 11 people died of
Headlines & Global NewsHeroRats: Trained African Rats Detect Land Mines, Tuberculosis More ...Headlines & Global NewsA HeroRat trying to sniff out a land mine in Africa. (Photo : Facebook/Apopo's HeroRATs). Rats were the unlikely hero to save the day in Africa when a group of the tiny rodents found undiscovered land mines and tuberculosis. The r
UPI.comUnited Nations: 2500 North Koreans die annually from tuberculosisUPI.comThe World Health Organization in a separate report noted in 2012 nine out of 100,000 North Koreans lost their lives to tuberculosis, which is treatable with vaccinations. That number however was down from 2011, when ten out of 100,000 North Koreans ...and more »
She's Got One Of The Toughest Diseases To Cure. And She's HopefulNPRDrug-resistant tuberculosis is not only airborne and lethal; it's one of the most difficult diseases in the world to cure. In Peru, 35-year-old Jenny Tenorio Gallegos wheezes even when she's sitting still. That's because of the damage tuberculosis has ...and more »
Al Jazeera AmericaTaming one of world's oldest diseases in fast-growing Papua New GuineaAl Jazeera AmericaPapua New Guinea has the highest rate of tuberculosis in the Pacific region, where 60 percent of new cases originate, according to the World Health Organization. The epidemic there is being described as a national emergency. In many parts of the ...
WBAL BaltimoreTuberculosis investigation expanding in CatonsvilleWBAL BaltimoreSome students at Catonsville High School said when they heard about nearly a dozen people needing to be screened for tuberculosis, they became concerned. "At first, we were told, 'One person has it. They're gone. Don't worry about it.' But now that it ...H
Tuberculosis, also known as TB, is common and in many cases, deadly infectious disease caused by various strains of mycobacteria, usually Mycobacterium tuberculosis. This information was gathered after research, according to Wikipedia.