More than normal health problems in an area, respiratory conditions. Is it a bacteria from soil?
I,M WONDERING IF THERE ARE BACTERIA IN THE SOIL THAT ARE CAUSING HEALTH PROBLEMS .T HE RETIREMENT VILLAGE IS BUILT ON AN OLD SWAMP .EVEN ALLOWING FOR THE FACT THAT WE ARE AN AGEING POPULATION THERE SEEMS TO BE MORE THAN NORMAL HEALTH PROBLEMS HERE . iE 5 CASES OF SHINGLES WITHIN A RADIUS OF 50 M ,RESPIRATORY CONDITIONS +++ HOPE YOU CAN PROVIDE AN ANSWER THANKS RAY COLLIER
Harmful bacterias are present in soil and they can infect people in the given condition are favourable. Good example is tetanus infection. Respiratory diseases spreads through droplet infection and not through soil contamination.
Answered: Tue, 11 Jun 2013
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