Friday, April 16, 2010

Measles Causes

Children Measles Causes, Children Contagious Diseases

(1) Measles is one of the most contagious diseases, caused by a virus.

(2) The measles virus is so infectious that in cities, children catch this disease before they reach the age of five years.

(3) Mothers generally pass their antibodies to their children which immunize them passively.

(4) This protection, however, does not last beyond the six months. Measles is easily transmitted in the early stages through the invisible droplets of moisture which are discharged from a patient’s nose or mouth when he coughs or sneezes.

(5) The real cause of this disease, like other diseases of childhood, is, however, wrong feed and unhygienic living conditions.

(6) Measles is thus a natural healing crisis aimed at cleansing the infant organism of the toxins and deleterious and products resulting from the assimilation of the vast excess of starchy and sugary foods consumed by young children today.

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