European travellers to Kenya bring home cholera
Four British tourists returning unwell from Kenya in Jan 1998 have been confirmed as cholera cases. Another four cholera cases were reported in the same month in German tourists who also visited the same area in Kenya and who returned to Germany between Christmas and New Year. Three of the four cases have been identified as infection with Vibrio cholerae O1 el tor Ogawa. Kenya is one of several African countries where a number of cholera outbreaks have been reported. Tourists to the country must be reminded of preventive measures such as ensuring the safety of drinking water and food.
Publication Name: World Disease Weekly Plus
The glory of Keats
John Keats is probably one of the greatest of the Romantic poets and the works he produced during his tragically short life remain as classics in English literature. A brief narrative of Keats' life and career is presented.
Publication Name: Reader's Digest (Canadian)
Subject: General interest
A description is presented of the technique which should be used when dribbling the ball during a game of soccer. The importance of keeping the head up and of using any part of the foot are discussed.
Publication Name: Soccer Jr.
Subject: Sports and fitness
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