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* Pandemics: The Invisible Enemy

Table of Contents

COVID-19



COVID-19 Disease


Time for Physicians to Create History Together


Coronavirus infections


Will the Coronavirus End Globalization as We Know It?


General Information About Pandemics



Epidemics and pandemics: History


Epidemics and pandemics: Causes and management


Outbreaks of infectious disease


Public health


Late Middle Ages



Invasion of the Black Death in Europe


The Black Death: Two Readings


Decameron


Florentine Chronicle


Genocide of American Indians


Seventeenth Century



1635: Mohawk Tribesman Efforts Help Prevent Smallpox


Great Plague in London


Eighteenth Century



Last Major Outbreak of Plague


Document 19: John Bartram on Reclaiming Florida’s Wetlands (1767)


Nineteenth Century



National Quarantine Act


Thirteen-Year-Old Orphan in 1882


Ross Establishes Malaria’s Transmission Vector


Twentieth Century



Mary Mallon


An Army Physician on the 1918 Flu Pandemic


Influenza Epidemic Strikes


1919 Profile Health: Preventing Another Influenza Epidemic


1919 Profile: College Freshman from North Carolina


Drinker and Shaw Develop a Mechanical Respirator


Zinsser Develops an Immunization Against Typhus


Typhus immunization


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)


World Health Organization (WHO)


Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS)


On the Polio Vaccine Situation


Sabin Develops the Oral Polio Vaccine


Asian Flu Pandemic Kills Millions Worldwide


Asian flu epidemic


Ebola Epidemic Kills First of Many in Africa


AIDS epidemic


Meningitis Outbreak Proves Deadly in West Africa


Twenty-First Century



SARS Epidemic Results In Over 8,000 Reported Cases And 774 Known Deaths


Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS)


“The Earlier, the Better: Building Immune Defenses Against H1N1,” NewsUSA, June 12,2009


New Strain of Swine Flu Does not Kill as Many People as Originally Feared


Outbreaks of the Zika Virus Spread Throughout Much of the Americas