A selection of articles related to typhoid.
Original articles from our library related to the Typhoid. See Table of Contents for further available material (downloadable resources) on Typhoid.
- Baptisia tinctoria (Wild Indigo)
- The source for this remedy is the wild indigo plant. The Northern American Indians discovered the anti-bacterial properties of this herb and they used it for paint. Baptisia is an acute remedy for cases of quickly arising infections and inflammations, leading...
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Suggested News Resources
- Nigeria, Cuba partner to produce vaccines against typhoid fever, other killer
- The director-general expressed regret over Nigeria's failure to produce vaccines against typhoid and other killer diseases. “We want to go into that because some decades ago Nigeria was producing vaccine, but we have so many things in Nigeria that have ...
- 38 confirmed cases of typhoid in Zimbabwe: report
- Cases of typhoid have now been reported in eight Harare suburbs and in Murehwa, a rural district east of Harare and the provinces of Matabeleland North and Masvingo. Worryingly, two cases of typhoid have been noted at Harare's best-known outdoor ...
- Typhoid fever spreads in Zim capital
- ZIMBABWE – Health officials in Zimbabwe say Typhoid fever is spreading in the capital Harare, with one death and more than 400 suspected cases recorded so far.
- Over 30 typhoid fever cases in SA in two months
- Typhoid fever is a severe illness caused by the bacterium Salmonella typhi. The minister told the committee that typhoid fever was endemic in South Africa, but had a very low incidence rate.
- Carlo D'Amore Draws Parallels Between Typhoid Mary and His Mother
- Both my mother and Typhoid Mary were immigrant women: my mother from Peru, Mary from Ireland. Both did everything they could (and then some) to live the dream that America continues to promise newcomers coming into the land of milk and honey.