This haplotype represents a major, presumably highly transmissible MDR-associated clonal complex epidemically
spreading across Eurasia (13).
According the WHO Global InfoBase, the prevalence of obesity between American adults in 2010 was 44.2% in men and 48.3% in women, and epidemically
increases the worldwide.10This disease is more common among the world population and important contributors to poor health.11 This is a very difficult and multi-factorial disease arising from unnecessary storage of fat, resulting from the contribution of social, behavioral, cultural, psychological, metabolic and genetic factors.12
(17) Ex ante contractualists could reply that there is one important difference between V2 and V3* that I have overlooked--namely, that while in V3* it is merely epidemically
uncertain who will die, in V2 it is objectively (or physically) uncertain who will die.
There is nothing of fatal character about the sickness but it completely knocks up those it attacks, for at least two or three days.'  Four summers later, in March 1878, the port town's district surgeon reported that 'this is the first time dengue has shown itself epidemically
in this Colony,  and The Natal Mercury observed that 'at least every other person has suffered'.
rotavirus activity has substantially declined since the introduction of rotavirus vaccine, rotavirus disease continues to occur sporadically throughout the year and epidemically
in a biennial winter-spring seasonal pattern, affecting even vaccinated persons (3).
The numbers are epidemically
high: one in five children in Pakistan are sexually abused.
, the implication is that the concept of whenever the basic reproduction number is less than unity, the ability to control the disease is no longer sufficient.