Introduction Food-borne infections have drawn substantial attention among medical practitioners and society at large. According to Todd (2020), an estimated 76 million Americans fall sick from various consumables every year. Fundamentally, forborne illnesses are caused by 200 different microbes, which increases the rate of disease occurrence (Camino Feltes et al.,...
In the United States, the cases of diverticulitis are frequent when patients suffer from pouches in their digestive system. Annually, about 180 out of 100,000 people are diagnosed with this condition, including those who are older than 50 years, women, and whites (Swanson & Strate, 2018). Its symptoms include abdominal...
Introduction The outbreak and prevalence of any disease in any part of the world arouse medical attention and research interests globally. Notably, before 1995, the outbreak, incidences, and the spread of Hepatitis A depicted an upward trend globally. For instance, in the US, the disease incidence rate was 6/100,000. However,...
Ulcerative colitis (UC) is a serious condition that triggers the development of ulcers in the lining of the colon. The ulcer then can affect the rectum and the sigmoid colon of the patient. UC is a chronic inflammatory disorder that is characterized by abdominal pain, bloody diarrhea, the increased frequency...