TOP 10 Important Things You Must Know about HPV : Symptoms , Vaccine

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TOP 10 THings you must know about HPV

1. It is a type of human papillomavirus

2. It causes cancer and can cause genital warts

3. It can affect the mouth, anus, and cervix

4. There are two types: high-risk and low-risk HPV

5. The vaccine for cervical cancer does not exist yet. That is why there is no national vaccination program in China. However, some provinces in China have organized programs to vaccinate people against HPV, but it is still very difficult for many people to get a vaccination.

6. Many people think that the only vaccine against cancer is sex education. But this virus can affect any part of the body. If you do not go out and get vaccinated, you will be more likely to develop cancer later. So people need to receive sex education and practice safe sex.

7. Human papillomavirus (HPV) is one of the most common viruses that have caused so much damage to our world in the past decades. When we talk about this virus, people often hear other terms like “cervical cancer” “cervix cancer’ or just “cervical cancer.” It actually refers to many diseases.

8. There are 2 types of Human papillomavirus

9. In China they are named High-risk HPV and Low-risk HPV. And in America, they are called Differentiated or Trivalent.

10. Some studies have found that the development of cervical cancer is highly correlated with the infection of HPV at an early age. Therefore, the patients who receive treatment after being infected by HPV at young ages, when their body is still developing, might be better able to fight off HPV disease.

There are around 300 million new cases annually across the globe from HPV. More than half of all cervical cancer cases occur in people under 40 years old. However, now the cure for that is not easy. People need to undergo treatment for cervical cancer, which is very expensive. At present, few medical institutions treat cervical cancer in the whole country and the number is increasing year by year.

1/4/2017

The United Nations Population Fund has started its first project to provide vaccines to poor countries and low-income families. Since last December it has been operating a small clinic in Shanghai. The main purpose of this project is to help young girls to have access to vaccines. This is done by providing them affordable health care. And also to promote women’s empowerment. From my side, I think it’s not too late for those in desperate situations that want to protect themselves and for others that want to eradicate poverty.

2/4/2017

This story originally appeared on Global Dialogue.

The U.S. government has issued guidance for local public health leaders to implement prevention, screening, testing, and surveillance measures to combat HPV. For US public health officials to meet these requirements, a range of information products must be released and shared. One such example includes educational resources and guides for schools, community-based organizations, parents, doctors, healthcare professionals, and researchers.

 As we continue to face global threats and challenges, the time is right for policymakers to ensure effective, accessible, and useful tools for meeting these goals and protecting our children. This means moving beyond telling mothers to take their children to urgent care centers and waiting until they can return home before reaching out to their child’s school; now it is even important to tell parents and caregivers what kind of information they need and how this may be relevant to their child’s health.

3/4/2017

Human papillomavirus (HPV) is not just cancer, it is also a serious threat to healthy lives. With millions of Americans suffering from various kinds of HPV-related cancers, it is crucial to provide essential information to help prevent and manage these illnesses. Early detection of HPV can lead to long-term control of related diseases, such as cervical cancer, and prevention of other cancers.

The best way to achieve a national-level goal like this is through a public awareness campaign to prevent the spread of HPV. Unfortunately, despite the widespread availability of available preventive and curative methods of prevention, many Americans keep the threat of HPV at bay and continue to have untreated diseases. It is vital to ensure that everyone is aware of ways to stop the transmission like avoiding sexual intercourse with partners who have had different types of HPV and who haven’t been vaccinated. We must all make sure that we raise awareness of HPV and make it as simple as possible to prevent this deadly illness.

4/4/2017

The World Health Organization has estimated that in 2016 around 18.8 million people died as a result of communicable diseases including HIV and malaria. To put it into perspective, it’s about the same as dying from flu per year. In addition, more than 700 million adults are at least 20 years old.

According to WHO, most of these deaths were linked to communicable diseases, especially HIV and other diseases. For instance, each person dies every three seconds due to HIV and more than 4 million children worldwide die before turning 9 years old. These diseases also cause a lot of pain and damage to families and communities.

It was reported that it costs $17.6 billion annually to address communicable diseases in low-income countries. By comparison, it would cost only $3.3 billion to treat communicable diseases in rich countries, according to a study from Global Citizen. This difference shows us that one disease can significantly impact another. It can also lead to greater dependency and ultimately lower life expectancy.

 Thus, the more communicable diseases are tackled, the longer-term effect might be positive. It’s therefore vital that those making plans for future policies make decisions based on realistic objectives rather than short-term gains. An example to consider could be the United States’ ambitious Goal 16 which aims to improve the quality of life for all by 2030, and it would be extremely helpful for US policymakers to assess whether a similar effort could benefit individuals in poorer regions.

5/14/2017

One thing I really miss is traveling during the holidays and seeing friends and family members whom I have been unable to see in the past year because of Covid-19. Recently I wrote about how to enjoy Christmas without spending $1,072 this year, or $1,700 in 2018, to buy presents for kids who weren’t in your class at all this year. Then last week I learned how to make the perfect gingerbread house instead and made it myself. Now there are online videos to teach me how to mix the dough with sugar and butter. I love baking things, which makes me feel happy and calm. Plus, thanks to YouTube, I have discovered new recipes that are delicious and fun!

 Last week I learned about How to Make a Gingerbread House. I know it’s pretty hard to start something new when everyone else seems to already know everything. Hence I created my own recipe, using the tips you’ve read here. My hands are shaking from making the whole process so much easier. Next week I will share tutorials on how to make the icing on top of the cookies!

6/14/2017

It’s crazy because just recently I was reading a magazine and a video came out saying that “the pandemic won’t end, then I will be having dinner with my loved ones and I’ll hug them!”. Well, last week I watched a video on Youtube by Dr. Tom Li from UCLA Health that mentioned they are going to test a vaccine for Covid-19. Now I don’t know how long it will take to find a potential vaccine for Covid-19.

 Until then, it’s up to each individual to take precautions. Even though vaccines are needed, it takes many months to produce effective doses. Still, we must all try to limit our exposure to Covid-19 and follow the directions given by the authorities. Besides the current vaccinations, there are still many risks we must accept this winter to protect ourselves.
 While there are still uncertainties surrounding the effectiveness of the vaccine in reducing Covid-19 spread, we should be prepared for all possibilities. After all, we have seen during the recent outbreaks, that people are reluctant to travel because they don’t want to leave their houses until they can return back to a normal routine. Of course, there have also been infections in foreign countries where the virus has brought a second wave.

7/14/2017

We can use mobile phones to avoid getting coronavirus. The CDC has stated that several strategies can reduce the chances of infecting someone with COVID or SARS. A major step is wearing masks and a social distance. Scientists in Taiwan have developed a mask that allows full visibility.

They say it’s the safest option so far. Another device uses a camera to allow users to see and identify people and objects. Furthermore, scientists have invented a smartphone app that allows anyone to track the location of one’s the phone. Such devices are supposed to reduce the chances of spreading corona, especially in crowded areas. Apart from that, social distancing is necessary every time you walk on the street.

8/14/2017

Amazingly, at the moment many cities around the world are empty and people are having less desire to travel. Maybe the majority will have forgotten about this news, or maybe they are just tired of traveling. Nevertheless, even though there is little chance we can hug people we still need to stay away from crowded places.

9/14/2017

My husband was born to British parents and grew up in Hong Kong, which is why he knows so much about the culture and history of the UK. Because of his background in geography, my husband wanted to learn more about these historical facts. He decided to search

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