By: Matt Bird
To the average person, the difference between a virus and a bacteria is probably just a matter of spelling. Bacteria is longer, so use virus instead. That's about all they know, medically speaking, that separates the two. In reality, however, there's a world of difference...
By: Jenna Pope
People toss around the words, bacteria, bacterial infection, and virus, all the time. But most don’t understand the differences between the two. While it is true that both bacteria and viruses cause illness, their structure, reproduction method, and function are very different. Differences in...
Difference between a virus and bacteria
By: Ann Johnstone
In everyday life, and from a practical viewpoint, the only significant difference between a virus and a bacterium is its effect on the human body. Yet in both structure and function, these microscopic entities have little in common. For example, the virus is not actually...
Difference between a virus and bacteria
By: Dr. Manura Nanayakkara
Viruses and bacteria cause around 90% of the all serious infectious diseases around the world. Millions of people suffer from these diseases. However, some scientists believe, without viruses or bacteria helping the process of evolution, the world we see may be a totally different place...
By: Suzanne Rose
Viruses and bacteria often cause the same symptoms in people such as cough and fever. Because of this, many assume that they are very similar to each other, and yet they differ greatly. It is important for people to understand the differences between viruses and...
Difference between a virus and bacteria
By: Sandra Piddock
Viruses and bacteria have a major common feature. They are both capable of inflicting serious damage and even death on the human. plant or animal kingdom. For this reason, many people tend to use the terms interchangeably. However, there are distinct differences between the two...
By: Colette Georgii
Due to remarkable advancements in DNA technology during the 1990s, it is now possible to more closely identify suspects in criminal cases. DNA analysis has become the best way to eliminate suspects, therefore making it easier to pinpoint the perpetrator of a crime. If the...
Health officials: Test gets almost 1 in 5 syphilis cases wrong
By: Philip Lop
A feature on the MSNBC web site warns that health officials in the US have issued a press release to say that a fifth of cases diagnosed positively for syphilis since the 1980s were, in fact, negative. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)...
By: Amanda Mittra
Florence Nightingale played a prominent role in the creation of the nursing model of treatment. The Crimean War in the nineteenth century witnessed Nightingale's compassionate and dedicated care that changed the face of the nursing environment. Although it wasn't widely adopted until 1960, it was...
Features of nursing models
By: Effie Moore Salem
Nursing models, far from being anything tangible such a car or truck, or even a computer, that runs on fuel and human interaction, are only theories and notions. These intangible methods and applied means of educating nurses are nursing models and they are driven by...

 

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