This is a collection of the infographics I have designed about infectious diseases. Feel free to download (click for larger versions), and share without modification.
HPV is a very common sexually-transmitted virus, and it is sneaky. It can be picked up from your very first sexual encounter, and you wouldn’t be aware it was there. The HPV vaccine currently protects against 9 strains of Human papillomavirus. All boys and girls should get the HPV vaccine during adolescence, to protect them from a variety of cancers caused by these nine strains.
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Your brain and spinal cord are protected by membranes called the meninges. Meningitis is an acute inflammation of these membranes, and it can can be very destructive. Even with antibiotic treatment, the meningitis caused by Neisseria meningitidis has a fatality rate of 10% or more. If you survive, you may still be left with permanent disability. Lucky, there are vaccines for multiple strains of
Would you like a flyer based on my movie review of Vaxxed that you can print out and share? Click below to download the PDF.
In Vaxxed: From Cover-up to Catastrophe, director Andrew Wakefield and producer Del Bigtree assert that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is not trustworthy as a source of vaccine safety information.
They claim that the CDC hid evidence in one of its major studies
While mumps rarely results in death (mortality), it was once a very common infection (morbidity) in the United States. The awful misery of a swollen salivary gland or two could last a week or more.
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