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अन्तर्राष्ट्रिय मित्रता दिवस Schmidt, E.L. (१९९१). The Commercialisation of the Calendar: American Holidays and the Culture of Consumption, १८७०-१९३०. "The Journal of American History", Vol ७८, No. ३. pp. ८८७–९१६.
रोगशास्त्र "Pathological" is used to describe a person's actions in such a way as to credit the action to a disease process, e.g. pathological purchasing or pathological consumption, pathological narcissism, pathological liar, pathological gambling, pathological jealousy. "Pathological" is also used casually, to signify an abnormal state, e.g. a "pathological attitude" or a "pathological woman hater".
खाद्य जनित रोग The delay between consumption of a contaminated food and appearance of the first symptoms of illness is called the incubation period. This ranges from hours to days (and rarely months or even years, such as in the case of Listeriosis or Creutzfeldt-Jacob disease), depending on the agent, and on how much was consumed. If symptoms occur within १–६ hours after eating the food, it suggests that it is caused by a bacterial toxin or a chemical rather than live bacteria.
खाद्य जनित रोग The term alimentary mycotoxicoses refers to the effect of poisoning by Mycotoxins through food consumption. Mycotoxins sometimes have important effects on human and animal health. For example, an outbreak which occurred in the UK in १९६० caused the death of १००,००० turkeys which had consumed aflatoxin-contaminated peanut meal. In the USSR in World War II, ५००० people died due to Alimentary Toxic Aleukia (ALA). The common foodborne Mycotoxins include:
पानी UNESCO's World Water Development Report (WWDR, २००३) from its World Water Assessment Program indicates that, in the next २० years, the quantity of water available to everyone is predicted to decrease by ३०%. ४०% of the world's inhabitants currently have insufficient fresh water for minimal hygiene. More than २.२ million people died in 2000 from diseases related to the consumption of contaminated water or drought. In २००४, the UK charity WaterAid reported that a child dies every १५ seconds due to easily preventable water-related diseases.
खाद्य जनित रोग Even in industrialized countries, up to ३०% of the population of people have been reported to suffer from foodborne diseases every year. In the U.S, around ७६ million cases of foodborne diseases, which resulted in ३२५,००० hospitalizations and ५,००० deaths, are estimated to occur each year. Developing countries in particular, are worst affected by foodborne illnesses due to the presence of a wide range of diseases, including those caused by parasites. Foodborne illnesses can and did inflict serious and extensive harm on society. In १९९४, an outbreak of salmonellosis due to contaminated ice cream occurred in the USA, affecting an estimated २२४,००० persons. In १९८८, an outbreak of hepatitis A, resulting from the consumption of contaminated clams, affected some ३००,००० individuals in China.
खाद्य जनित रोग In २००१, the Center for Science in the Public Interest petitioned the United States Department of Agriculture to require meat packers to remove spinal cords before processing cattle carcasses for human consumption, a measure designed to lessen the risk of infection by variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease. The petition was supported by the American Public Health Association, the Consumer Federation of America, the Government Accountability Project, the National Consumers League, and Safe Tables Our Priority. This was opposed by the National Cattlemen's Beef Association, the National Renderers Association, the National Meat Association, the Pork Producers Council, sheep raisers, milk producers, the Turkey Federation, and eight other organizations from the animal-derived food industry. This was part of a larger controversy regarding the United States' violation of World Health Organization proscriptions to lessen the risk of infection by variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease.