The best method of reducing the risk of disease is through hygiene. Many illnesses are spread from person to person, so cleanliness can help minimize transmission of infectious agents.
The cause of measles is a very contagious virus, which is called as a paramyxovirus. It lives in the mucus in the nose and throat of an infected child or adult. It transmitted to a healthy person by sneezes, coughs or breathes of the measles victims.
Smoking is a habit, not a disease, but it may result in increasing the likelihood of a person becoming vulnerable to a lifestyle disease.
When a disease is spread from one person to another they are called communicable diseases.
A disease or condition can be hereditary or genetic, passed from mom or dad to child. An illness can be contagious or communicable, passed from one person to another but not necessarily your family. If the person already had the illness and are immune, they won't catch the illness from you.
A vaccine also protects the unvaccinated, because the vaccinated person is one less person they can get the sickness or disease from. By the time about 90% of a population is immune to a particular disease, the disease dies out because it does not have enough bodies to infect, thereby protecting the 10% non-vaccinated.
Yes, it is very possible that he could contract measles without being protected with a vaccine.
you might get the disease
yes they can the vaccination is when they put some of the germs in your body and your body fights them.
its not in body you just get from person who has a disease
If most of the population is vaccinated for a disease and some are not, there is a good chance that those not vaccinated will not come across a person with the disease. This is called "herd" immunity.
None. Measles is a virus and no vitamin will control the disease. It may help the person with immunity, but not stop them from getting it or help when they do have the disease.
It is a contagious disease- you can catch it.
A very contagious disease, called measles, is caused by the measles virus. You can get measles by the coughing or sneezing of an infected person. If a person is infected, 90% of their close contact will be infected with the virus as well. There is an effective immunization for measles, generally administered when children are very young.
Because there is a population that has not been vaccinated against it. It is a viral disease, spread person to person. Vaccination prevents transmission of the disease.
Measles is very communicable. It is so contagious that if one person has it, virtually everyone around them will become infected. This is to assume they are not immune.