"Cholera in Haiti and the Modern "John Snow" Department of Epidemiology. N.p., n.d. Web. 22 May 2014.
This website, Sponsored by Department of Epidemiology, answers common question. The website is article formant and explains the events in Haiti. The website explains about the earthquake in 2010 and how Cholera virus right after it happens. The website gives a kill ratio for cholera and numbers of cases that happen when it first started. There are images of where outbreaks of cholera are located. The website answers when was the most recent outbreak of the disease.
"Cholera." WHO. N.p., Feb. 2014. Web. 13 May 2014.
The website, sponsored by World of health, answers common questions on cholera. The article is in bullet points and article format. The site gives how many people are diagnose with cholera and who die from the disease. The site explains how there are new strains of cholera showing up in Asia. Also gives how there is a vaccine for the virus. The website answer what the Diagnoses for cholera and how cholera can be prevented. Also what the prognosis of cholera is.
“Cholera.” World of health. Gale, 2010. Science in context. Web. 12 May 2014.
The website, sponsored by world of health, answers common questions on cholera. The website is in article is in format formant. The site explains how Cholera is passed on to people to people. The site gives an example of how many got infected with cholera and how many died in 2007 cause of cholera. The website also gives a percentage of how many of the world will get infected with Cholera. The article also explains how the US, Canada, Europe, Japan and Australia are safe form cholera. At the side of the site there are links to more related articles about cholera. This website helps find how Cholera is transmitted.
"Cholera: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, and Prevention." WebMD. WebMD, n.d. Web. 12 May 2014.\
This website, sponsored by WebMD, Explains common questions about cholera. The article is in article formant. The website explains where the common area to get cholera would be located. It explains only 10 cases of cholera happen in the US per year. The website also explains how to prevent cholera form happing to you. At the bottom of the website is a link to more reading of cholera this website explains how cholera can be preventing form spreading.
"Diagnosis and Detection." Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 09 July 2013. Web. 12 May 2014.
The website, sponsored by the CDC, answers common questions about Cholera. The website is in article format. The site explains how to detect anyone with Cholera. There are two images of what Cholera looks like in a microscope. There are also links to more articles about Cholera. The site is useful for getting answers on finding the symptoms of having Cholera and on how diagnose someone with Cholera. The site gives a good amount on how someone has cholera. There is also a link to a diagnosis and rapid testing. This site helps find what the background information on cholera is.
“Fighting in Cholera in Haiti.” New York times 1 may 2014: A24(L). Science in context. Web. May 12, 2014.
The website, sponsored by the New York Times, answers common questions on cholera. The site explains how there is an outbreak of cholera in Haiti. The site is explains that after 10 years, cholera is starting to go away now. The deaths due to the virus are now decreasing on Haiti. At the bottom there is a link to read more about the situation. This website helps answer more about recent outbreaks of the diseases.
"General Information." Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 30 July 2013. Web. 22 May 2014.
The website, which is sponsored by the Center of Disease Control, Answers common questions about the virus cholera. The site is in Article formant and it talks about the detention of the cholera virus. The website gives a ratio of how many get infected with chorea and how many people die from it a year. The site gives images of where cholera would be located in and how people try to deal with it. The website answers how the disease is diagnosed .
Mayo Clinic. "Cholera." Causes. N.p., n.d. Web. 22 May 2014.
This website, Sponsored by Mayo Clinic, answers common questions on cholera disease. The website, which is in article formant, explains what cholera is and what the virus infects. The website explains what the symptoms of cholera are and also how to prevent it. The site also explains about the vaccines for Cholera. At the bottom on the website there are links to more about cholera and also tells what to do when you think you have cholera. The website also explains what common areas cholera would infect people. The website also answers what the prognosis for the disease.
Mcneil, Donald G. "With Help of Victims From 1849, Scientists Decode Early Strain of Cholera." The New York Times. The New York Times, 08 Jan. 2014. Web. 12 May 2014.
This website, sponsored by the New York Times, answers common questions on cholera. The site explains how scientists have found an early form of cholera. The site explains how there is an outbreak in Haiti. The site also talks the where the first epidemic started. It also explains how it started. The site also explains the death total of cholera when it hit Haiti. This website helps explain the background information on cholera and its diagnosis
Staff, NPR. "Why Cholera Persists In Haiti Despite An Abundance Of Aid." NPR. NPR. Web. 13 May 2014.
This website, Sponsored by NPR, Answers common questions about Cholera. The website is in article format. The site explains more about why Haiti is having a cholera problem and what they are trying to do to fix the outbreak. The website has a quotes form people at Haiti and what their option on the situation is. On the bottom there are links about Cholera. The website also helps answer when was the most recent outbreak.