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Physiological Epidemiology

Physiology varies with diseases

It is not only the disease affect physiology (weight loss) the physiology affects the course of a disease. For example Tuberculosis cause a large weight loss wheres as the obese diabetes patients has an elevated risk of Tuberculosis. Thus physiological epidemiology plays a significant role in understanding the disease.

The Physiological epidemiology such as height, weight, BMI and Gender plays a significant role in diseases. Exploring the relationship will clarify the mechanism and enable us to understand disease heterogeneity.

Spatial Epidemiology

Knowing the east and west of a diseases serves you better

The geographical distribution of the diseases plays a significant role in understanding the disease. For example the autoimmune disorder like Type 1 diabetes and Multiple sclerosis is high in Polar countries and low in equatorial countries. Such pattern is attributed to vitamin D deficiency which is essentially synthesized from sunlight. Studying the spatial epidemiology will provide us a clue on factors which drive the disease development.

Exploring the spatial epidemiology such as country, rural vs urban and place of birth will enable us to understand factor that play a significant role in disease

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Migrational Epidemiology

The geographical distribution of the diseases in migrants can ascertain the role of genetics and explore the role of environment in driving the development of type 1 diabetes.  For example the autoimmune disorder like Type 1 diabetes and Multiple sclerosis is high in Polar countries and low in equatorial countries. Such pattern is attributed to vitamin D deficiency which is essentially synthesized from sunlight. Studying the spatial epidemiology will provide us a clue on factors which drive the disease development.

Exploring the spatial epidemiology such as country, rural vs urban and place of birth will enable us to understand factor that play a significant role in disease

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