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  • Answer: Estimates of the total number of death tend to vary from 50 to 70 million, but some estimates put the total dead as a direct result of WW2 as high as 78 million people, with as many as 52 million of those deaths coming from civilian populations.
  • Answer: first population. then the ability to travel across the world. then you have more types of diseases which have become immune to some of the most widely used antibiotics (for example the flu)
  • Answer: how wide is your imagination,that wide is the world......>Actually, if you are meaning how wide the world is in miles here is the answer:

    about 7,300 Miles
  • Answer: The best supplier of aluminum worldwide is Alcoa.
  • Answer: yes, of course. diseases spread by interaction with other people. lets say someone was sick, they touch a door nob, you touch the door nob after them, you now have the disease(it could be just the common cold). you should wash your hands often, try not to touch things, if someone near you is sick.
  • Answer: The main spread of mad cow disease actually came from a sheep. Some bits of sheep meat was used in cow feed until the 2000`s. Sadly, part of the sheep`s brain was in the meat and in their brain tissue was scrapie. A disease were an efected prion(pronounced pree-on) a diseased protein particle eats part of a sheep`s brain, therefore cattle got the disease. When cattle was shipped to other countries just like the black plague, it spread, but luckily it was only a huge risk temporarily.
  • Answer: many ways, blood transfers, saliva, and sexual contact.
  • Answer: cold sores!!
    chicken pox!!
    HIV/aids
    bird flu
  • Answer: A disease can spread through cross infection or when through the different modes of transmission. This could be airborne, through direct contact, through droplet inhalation or through contact with secretions of bodily fluids of the infected individual.
  • Answer: A disease that cannot be spread is also known as a non-infectious disease. This is a disease that may be caused by the environment (e.g. skin cancer from radiation from the Sun), or lack of food (e.g. scurvy from lack of Vitamin C), genetic disorders, or any source other than an infection. They can also be caused by drugs and carcinogens (cancer-causing agents).

    Non-infectious diseases cannot be spread from person to person as in infectious disease, but can be passed down genetically in some cases. It is important to note that non-infectious diseases are not caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasites; diseases caused by these organisms are infectious diseases.

    Examples of non-infectious diseases include:
    • Cardiovascular disease
    • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    • Hypertension
    • Diabetes mellitus type 2
    • Down syndrome
    • Attention deficit disorder
    • Anorexia nervosa

  • Answer: when you touch something or some one.
  • Answer: infectious disease spread when you share food, water, makeup, calm, with the person that already have the disease. And when you are in direct contact or physical contact with the person that have the disease also increses the chance of getting sick
  • Answer: Through blood or other bodily fluids. Or it can be an airborne disease, which you cant help from spreading unless you became aware of it.

What is a disease that has spread world wide called?

  • A disease that has spread among a large number of people and across a large region such as a continent, or even worldwide is known as a pandemic. A current example (Winter 2009) would be H1N1 Swine Flu. See related links.

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