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The History of Disease. Aboriginals. 10,000 years ago Aboriginals discovered mouldy bark off trees healed wounds quicker when used as bandages. 5,000 years ago the Mesopotamians realised that a clean water supply and the removal of waste was essential for good health. Egyptians. Dung Beetle.

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aboriginals

Aboriginals

10,000 years ago Aboriginals discovered mouldy bark off trees healed wounds quicker when used as bandages.

Kevin Quigley

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5,000 years ago the Mesopotamians realised that a clean water supply and the removal of waste was essential for good health

Kevin Quigley

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Egyptians

Dung Beetle

  • 4,000 years ago the Egyptians also believed in hygiene, clean water but they also developed surgery and medicines

Kevin Quigley

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Chinese

  • 3,000 years ago the Chinese understood that hygiene and clean water were essential for good health and that wells were good sources of clean water.

Kevin Quigley

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Hebrews

2,000 years ago not only were clean water and personal hygiene considered important but there are many bible references to isolating the sick (Lepers) and the preservation and preparation of food (kosher and no pork)

Kevin Quigley

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Asians and Europeans

700 years ago the Bubonic plague or “Black Death” killed three quarters of the population and was eventually stopped by eradicating rats and their fleas (vector).

Kevin Quigley

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English

200 years ago Cholera was killing the poor of London. It was discovered that the water supply had become contaminated with human waste. This lead to the building of the first modern sewage system.

Kevin Quigley

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Explain how the following Chinese and Hebrew

practices assist in the control of disease:

CLEAN WATER

CLEAN FOOD

PERSONAL HYGIENE

Kevin Quigley

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