Linked with the social disease
present before the disaster, this distrust of the government has served as an impetus to bring some youth out of their reveries, inspiring them not only to participate in the cleanup efforts but also to actively take part in anti-nuclear protests held throughout the nation.
To the same extent to which TB has been regarded a social disease
(8, 9), we contend that TB prevention and control should also be viewed as a paradigmatic example of why health matters for economic growth: a TB-free workforce adds to the human capital of a nation, and a healthier society, in turn, results in growth (40, 41).
-Alzheimer's is a social disease
: every day you meet people you don't know.
Well, they had just performed a blues classic related to a social disease
Hawken describes what we are witnessing as humanity's response to social disease
. In an era of people growing up in more lateral, less linear ways, it is simply people saying 'enough' by default.
The real truth is that the social disease
called "homophobia" is actually what Rich Bohler of Jacksonville, Florida has termed "Theophobid'--the fear of God, religion and morality, calling out to warn us that following the path of "sexual freedom" could lead to the loss of one's immortal soul.
The pathology of the social disease
known as nationalism has for long been under examination by mysophobic liberal social scientists.
This episode made me think of the quote from police chief officer Krupkie from the show, West Side Story, when he said "These folks have a social disease
Underlining need of active role of media and civil society, she said that the social disease
is to be fought at all levels including individual, parental, community, societal, administrative, legal and educational.
Only 28 doctors knew that leprosy in addition to Hansen's disease is also known as social disease
. About 62% doctors knew that cell-mediated immunity provides defense against leprosy.
In Europe, the heartland of football, football hooliganism had been a social disease
over the past four decades; but efforts by both the federations and the football clubs have succeeded to a great extent in curbing this violence, through the wise management of matches and efficient crowd control,.
. "Ringworm is the bane of animal shelters and catteries," says Dr.