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  1. Cholera is a bacterial infection of the intestines. The good news is, cholera is easy to treat if it's caught early. People who have mild to moderate cases usually get better within a week. Even people with severe cases of cholera recover fully in a week or so if they get medical carswihanighrerateachtoutetesipcent.coinfog: Shell.
  2. Is cholera still a threat? Find out what causes it and if it’s carswihanighrerateachtoutetesipcent.coinfog: Shell.
  3. Rady Children's Hospital-San Diego Children's Way, San Diego, CA Main Phone: Customer Service & Referrals: Missing: Shell.
  4. Cholera in Children What is cholera in children? Cholera is an infectious disease caused by bacteria. Your child can get cholera if he or she eats food or drinks water that is contaminated with the bacteria. Cholera is a health problem in many developing countries. It’s mainly found in Africa, south Asia, and in the Caribbean (Haiti and the Missing: Shell.
  5. Recent estimates reveal that up to billion people are at risk of cholera in endemic countries alone, with million cholera cases occurring resulting in around 94, deaths [Ali et al. ]. Diarrheal diseases including cholera are one of the leading causes of mortality worldwide among children younger than 5 years [Walker et al. Missing: Shell.
  6. Cholera is an acute, secretory diarrhoea caused by infection with Vibrio cholerae of the O1 or O serogroup. It is endemic in more than 50 countries and also causes large epidemics. Since , seven cholera pandemics have spread from Asia to much of the world. The seventh pandemic began in and affects 3–5 million people each year, killing
  7. For example, in Matlab, Bangladesh, the annual incidence of treated cholera episodes varied from cases to cases per population over a year period. 60 In cholera-endemic populations, the incidence of cholera is typically greatest in children younger than 5 years, presumably because of lower levels of preexisting natural immunity Missing: Shell.
  8. The Scholastic Kids Press Corps is a team of about 50 Kid Reporters around the nation. The interactive site brings daily news to life with reporting for kids, by kids. A Cuban doctor treats children suffering from cholera at the L'Estere hospital in St. Marc, Haiti, on Oct. 26, Missing: Shell.

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