Epidemics -- Connecticut -- Hartford -- Poetry. : A lamentation in memory of the distressing sickness in Hartford, from November 5th. 1724. to February 20th, 1724,5. [electronic resource] : Which took away more that fifty persons, hereafter named.
Epidemics -- Connecticut -- Woodbury. : A few lines on the happy reduction of Canada: [electronic resource] : as also, the great fire in Boston, and sickness at Woodbury, in the year 1760. : To which is added, some lines on the remarkable providence of God, in the year 1761 as also relections on the sins of the times, and some notorious acts of sin.
Epidemics -- Control. : Observations on the prevalence of fever, in various parts of the United Kingdom, and on the eminent utility of houses of recovery exhibiting the great advantages that would result from such an institution for the reception of the sick-poor of Bristol and Clifton / by D.J.H. Dickson.
Epidemics -- Cuba. : Cuban blindness : diary of a mysterious epidemic neuropathy / Gustavo C. Román.
Epidemics -- Cuba -- Havana. : A short account of the origin, symptoms, and most approved method of treating the putrid bilious yellow fever, [electronic resource] : vulgarly called the black vomit: which appeared in the city of Havanna, with the utmost violence, in the months of June, July, and part of August, 1794. / As practised by Mr. John Holliday, an English surgeon, resident in that city.
Epidemics -- England -- 19th century. : Sketch of an epidemic varicella : which prevailed at Carlisle in the summer and autumn of 1826 ...preceded by observations on the relative state of small-pox and vaccination during the seven years previous / by Thomas Barnes.
Epidemics -- Environmental aspects. : Global climate change and extreme weather events : understanding the contributions to infectious disease emergence: workshop summary / Rapporteurs: David A. Relman, Margaret A. Hamburg, Eileen R. Choffnes, and Alison Mack ; Forum on Microbial Threats, Board on Global Health, Institute of Medicine of the National Academies.
Epidemics -- Europe -- History -- Early works to 1800. : An historical account of the plague : And other pestilential distempers which have appear'd in Europe, but more especially in this kingdom, from the birth of christ to the present time: with their nature, causes and cure; as also the best preservatives against them; and several remarkable cases and experiments relating thereto. By R. Goodwin, M.D.