Can epilepsy be transmitted?

Answer Epilepsy cannot be directly transmitted, but it can develop from diseases that can be transmitted such as AIDS, meningitis and viral encephalitis. There is also a genetic predisposition. Other caus... Read More »

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How can HPV be transmitted?

HPV, genital human papillomavirus, is transmitted through skin to skin contact. The most common form of transmittance is by unprotected sexual intercourse with an infected person. There are more th... Read More »

Can hiv be transmitted by touch?

Some still believe that HIV can be transmitted through touch, but HIV is transmitted only through the exchange of blood and other bodily fluids. HIV cannot be transmitted through hugging, shaking h... Read More »

How is rabies transmitted?

Rabies can be transmitted through bite and non-bite contact with infected subjects. Common forms of transmission are canine to human, bat to human and human to human. Rabies can also be transmitt... Read More »

How is heartworm transmitted?

Heartworms are thin, white worms that can grow up to 14 inches long and produce thousands of baby worms, all of which live in an infected dog's heart and blood vessels. This can lead to extreme ill... Read More »