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Control Of Endemic Diseases

The word endemic disease means the prevalence of disease in particular area over a long period of time. It can also be defined as the presence of disease in a particular area or region. Best example is malarial disease is endemic in Africa. It is always noted that endemic disease is confused with epidemic disease. The latter is the sudden outbreak of the disease in a particular area and the former is the persistence of particular disease within a geographical region. These endemic diseases are not always present at high levels. It is rare disease but found relatively in that particular region. There are various types of methods to control these diseases. Each region is found to have different endemic diseases. As is known that "Prevention is better than cure", the major agent that is involved in the spread of the disease is traced and the keen control over the agent is always maintained. Educating the people in the locality regarding the ways to control the disease, modes of methods involved in spreading the disease, providing proper sanitary methods in all areas. These will help to prevent and control the spread of the disease


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