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Health by Mind Map: Health

1. Tiny but Deadly

1.1. Mad cow Disease

1.2. Dengue & Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever

1.3. Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever

1.4. Cryptospordium

1.5. Hantavirus

1.6. Bio-terrorism: New Global Threat

1.7. Cholera

1.8. Escherichia Coli

2. Preventions

2.1. Non Controllable Factors

2.1.1. Environmental Conditions

2.1.1.1. Unsanitary Conditions

2.1.1.2. Chemicals

2.1.1.3. Pollutants

2.1.1.4. Drugs

2.1.1.5. Hazardous Pollutants

2.1.2. Aging

2.1.2.1. After 40 you become more vulnerable to most chronic diseases

2.1.3. Heredity

2.1.3.1. Being parents diseases that are passed by chromosomes

2.1.4. Organism Resistance

2.1.4.1. Some Organism have mutated and become resistant to body's defenses

2.2. Controllable Factors

2.2.1. Personal Habits

2.2.1.1. Alcohol

2.2.1.2. Drugs

2.2.1.3. Smoking

2.2.1.4. Exercise

2.2.2. Psychological Factors

2.2.2.1. Motivatoin

2.2.2.2. Emotional Status

2.2.3. Genetic Factors Controlling Immune Response

2.2.4. Preexisting Level of Immunity

2.2.5. Pathogens & Routes of Transmission

2.2.6. Dual Infection or super infection with other agents

2.2.7. Preexisting Disease

2.2.8. Age at time of infection

3. Multi-factorial Diseases

3.1. Virulent

3.1.1. A strong enough to overcome host resistance and cause disease

3.2. Multi-factorial Disease I

3.2.1. Disease caused by interactions of several factors

3.3. Pathogen

3.3.1. A Diseases causing agent

4. Types

4.1. Bacterial

4.1.1. Staphylococcal Infections

4.1.2. Streptococcal Infections

4.1.3. Pneumonia

4.1.4. Legionnaires Disease

4.1.5. Tuberculosis

4.1.6. Periodontal Diseases

4.2. Viruses

4.2.1. The Common Cold

4.2.2. Influenza

4.2.3. Infectious Mononucleosis

4.2.4. Hepatitis

4.2.5. Measles

4.2.6. German Measles

4.3. Pathogens

4.3.1. Fungi

4.3.2. Protozoa

4.3.3. Parasitic Worms

4.3.4. Prions

5. Comeback

5.1. Body's Defenses

5.1.1. Enzymes

5.1.2. Antigen

5.1.3. Antibodies

5.1.4. Autoimmune Diseases

6. Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)

6.1. Modes of Transportation

6.2. Diseases

6.2.1. Chlamydia

6.2.2. Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)

6.2.3. Gonorrhea

6.2.4. Syphilis

6.2.4.1. 1 Syphilis

6.2.4.2. 2nd Syphilis

6.2.4.3. Latent Syphilis

6.2.4.4. Late Syphilis

6.2.4.5. Treatment for Syphilis

6.2.5. Pubic Lice

6.2.6. Genital HPV

6.2.7. Candidiasis

6.2.8. Trichomoniasis

6.2.9. General Urinary Tract Infections

6.2.10. Herpes

6.2.11. HIV/AIDS