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Brain and nervous system :
Rabies

A zoonotic viral disease, rabies causes acute encephalitis in warm-blooded animals. The animal-human transmission takes place through contact with its saliva. The most characteristic feature of rabies is hydrophobia, or the ‘fear of water’.

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Vaccinating Dogs can Reduce Rabies Deaths in India
Every year, rabies claims around 20,000 lives in India but, in new that cheers, researchers have found a way out to reduce the menace by 90 percent. .....
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World Rabies Day 2015 – “End Rabies Together”
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Nagaland Conducts Anti-Rabies Vaccination Camps On ‘World Rabies Day’
On the occasion of World Rabies Day on September 28th, Nagaland created mass awareness by conducting anti-rabies vaccination camps across the state.
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Every year nearly 60,000 people die from viral infection that is mostly caught from dog bites but the Global Alliance for Rabies Control has claimed t.....


Rabies - Causes - Symptoms - Diagnosis - Treatment - FAQs
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