endemic disease

NOUN
  1. a disease that is constantly present to a greater or lesser degree in people of a certain class or in people living in a particular location
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  • What is meant by the term endemic disease? An Introduction to Community Health
  • These diseases are referred to as endemic diseases. An Introduction to Community Health
  • The continent is doomed by its population boom, its endemic diseases, its tribalism, its corruption, its lack of infrastructure, even -- whisper some, more in sorrow than in prejudice -- its genes.
  • The continent is doomed by its population boom, its endemic diseases, its tribalism, its corruption, its lack of infrastructure, even -- whisper some, more in sorrow than in prejudice -- its genes.
  • The continent is doomed by its population boom, its endemic diseases, its tribalism, its corruption, its lack of infrastructure, even -- whisper some, more in sorrow than in prejudice -- its genes.
  • In addition, endemic diseases, such as yaws, and epidemic diseases, such as measles and smallpox, may have increased the incidence of stillbirths and miscarriages.
  • What is meant by the term endemic disease? An Introduction to Community Health
  • These diseases are referred to as endemic diseases. An Introduction to Community Health
  • These diseases are referred to as endemic diseases. An Introduction to Community Health
  • Cretinism is an endemic disease among mountainous people who drink largely of lime water, and is characterized by a condition of physical, physiologic, and mental degeneracy and nondevelopment, and possibly goiter. Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine
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