Infectious diseases, also known as transmissible diseases or communicable diseases, comprise clinically evident illness (i.e., characteristic medical signs and/or symptoms of disease) resulting from the infection, presence and growth of pathogenic biological agents in an individual host organism. 

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The NEA HIN and USDA have created The Stomach Bug Book, which is a booklet designed to inform and educate school personnel on norovirus, the spread, the prevention and provide helpful resources for the school community. It is important that students and school personnel, such as custodians, food service workers, bus drivers and school nurses, understand the importance of hand washing and cleaning during a norovirus outbreak.Megan just threw up, and kids are calling for help. As a school employee, what do you need to know about stomach illnesses in order to protect yourself and others at school? This handbook provides basic information and resources about how to deal with stomach bugs – particularly norovirus – in schools.
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The NEA HIN and USDA have created The Stomach Bug Book, which is a booklet designed to inform and educate school personnel on norovirus, the spread, the prevention and provide helpful resources for the school community. It is important that students and school personnel, such as custodians, food service workers, bus drivers and school nurses, understand the importance of hand washing and cleaning during a norovirus outbreak.Megan just threw up, and kids are calling for help. As a school employee, what do you need to know about stomach illnesses in order to protect yourself and others at school? This handbook provides basic information and resources about how to deal with stomach bugs – particularly norovirus – in schools.
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This popular booklet addresses how to manage blood on the job, the steps to take to protect yourself, and information on HIV and hepatitis.James has cut his finger and there is blood everywhere. As a school employee, what do you need to know about blood and disease to make sure that both you and others are safe from infection? This handbook provides basic information and resources about how to deal with blood and other body fluids in schools.
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