Top 3 Deadly Disease

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Top 3 Deadly Disease

  1. 1. TOP 3 MOST DEADLIEST Diseases For Children
  2. 2. 3rd: Flu History Flu was dangerous illness to humans for long,long time. Hippocrates clearly described what was flu,which was about 2400 years ago. In massive outbreak in 1580 started at Russia to Europe via Africa.In Rome,over 800 people died from this deadly disease. Spanish Flu had enough forces to kill 50 to 100 million(!) people in 1918-1919. Recently, Swine Flu is a problem. It started out in Mexico and outbreaked worldwide. There are 2 types of Swine Flu. It is Type A and C.Type C is weak and less common while Type A is spreading their armies worldwide.
  3. 3. Classfication Influenzavirus A:People mostly get this virus when they get a flu.Influenzavirus A causes most severe illness between all three. Spanish Flu,Bird Flu and Swine Flu are Influenzavirus A. Influenzavirus B:This type almost always infects human. It is less dangerous than type A and less common. Influenzavirus C: Very rare compared to type A and B,but it can cause high fever and runny nose.
  4. 4. Pictures ✦ ✦ Swine Flu Type A Type B Swine Flu Type C
  5. 5. 2nd AIDS AIDS is the deadliest disease in the world. AIDS itself isn’t that much powerful. Instead, it makes you get almost every single disease by weakening immune system. About 330 330 children died by this crazy disease. It starts with HIV(Human Immune Virus).By entering one of white cell’s T army cell, it expands more of itself into another T cell. If there is only 200 cells per microlitre,AIDS will begin. He died by AIDS. The most important problem : AIDS is infectionus disease!
  6. 6. History ✦ It started out in chimps. After a dumb hunter got bitten or cut by a chimp which had HIV in it, it started to outbreak between humans. ✦ During 1980, scientists thought it was a new STD until 1983 they found out that it is new virus and sent a sample to NCI. ✦ Recently,AIDS is a serious problem.2.5 people was newly infected by AIDS in 2007,including 420 000 children.Percentage of infection is getting higher in Africa,South-east Asia and China.
  7. 7. Pictures ✦ HIV ✦ HIV virus entering a white cell
  8. 8. Pictures ✦ HIV ✦ HIV virus entering a white cel
  9. 9. 1st Malaria
  10. 10. 1st Malaria ✦ Malaria is mostly caused by mosquito’s Malaria parasites. ✦ 1 to 3 million people dies by Malaria. ✦ When parasites enter a red blood cell,they eat inside leaving that cell dead. ✦ Mala means bad,ria means air,since Malaria is often infected at bad air.
  11. 11. ✦ Malaria killed some people died over 50 000 years ago. ✦ Malaria was well known to Ancient Egypt and Ancient Greece. Cleopatra slept under a mosquito net. ✦ In 20th century, unfortunate news for all plants came. People used chemicals to control mosquito’s population. ✦ In Kenya, 32,000 people in 2006; 16,000 in 2007. Recently, mosquito nets reduced the death rate. ✦ Still,many people dies by Malaria in Africa, especially children. Only 18% is using ITN( Insecticide Treated Mosquito dNet) leaving 81.5 million children unprotected.
  12. 12. ✦ Malaria killed some people died over 50 000 years ago. ✦ Malaria was well known to Ancient Egypt and Ancient Greece. Cleopatra slept under a mosquito net. ✦ In 20th century, unfortunate news for all plants came. People used chemicals to control mosquito’s population. ✦ In Kenya, 32,000 people in 2006; 16,000 in 2007. Recently, mosquito nets reduced the death rate. ✦ Still,many people dies by Malaria in Africa, especially children. Only 18% is using ITN( Insecticide Treated Mosquito dNet) leaving 81.5 million children unprotected.
  13. 13. Pictures ✦ Parasites Inside Parasites in Red blood cell

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