Wednesday, May 18, 2011

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  1. How Zapper can help people infected with the Plague

    Alexandre Yersin first discovered the plague disease bacteria and for this reason this bacteria is called Yersinia pestis. According to a WHO news release, the plague is one of the three most common epidemic diseases in Bangladesh. The plague bacteria are transmitted to human body by several different methods, such as undercooked food, air, animal bite. The main cause of plague in Bangladesh is wild rats which carry the plague bacteria.
    Recently this disease has spread out to China, carried by rats. WHO published that Bangladesh is taking immediate steps to prevent the spread of this disease. However, the plague is rapidly increasing in China, especially Qinghai province near Ziketan Town. Several people have died in that town.
    Plague bacteria can be easily transmitted from human to human by coughing according to WHO. IEDCR director said plague can quickly turn into epidemic form. This bacteria directly infects the glands.
    Everyone needs to drink fresh water for prevent and eliminate the disease. While a zapper ( link to ) such as Hulda Clark Zapper can help to make fresh water within 1 hour, it is not sold for that purpose. It is also good at killing many microbes such as bacteria and may be of value in stopping Yersinia pestis infections.

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