Lycamobile on the App Store
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Download the free Lycamobile app today and take control of your account on the go. Check your balance, buy bundles or credit, check your usage and history all from one secure, easy-to-use app.
The newly launched Lycamobile app is the safest and most accessible way to manage your Lycamobile account. You can buy plans on the go, top-up your balance whenever you wish, check out the latest rates to call abroad, see your transaction history and make all payments securely within the app.
• Quick bundle purchase & top-up
• Hassle-free & secure payment
• Detailed history of calls, activated bundles, data usage & more
• Special bonus, offers and special discounts
• Easy registration and navigation
• Buy a bundle or a top-up for friends and family
Things to remember:
• You must be a Lycamobile customer to use the app.
• The Lycamobile app is free, but any data you use to access the features and functions will be taken from your monthly allowance or credit.
• If you use the app abroad, you’ll pay our standard international data charges. Still the app is free.
So, don’t waste a minute. Get started and download the new Lycamobile app today!
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Types of Communicable Diseases
Communicable diseases can be spread through bodily fluids, contaminated surfaces, air or food. Some spread during particular seasons, and others may be prevalent year-round in certain locations. Communicable diseases have a variety of symptoms and can be caused by bacteria, viruses or parasites.
If you are experiencing serious medical symptoms, seek emergency treatment immediately.
West Nile Virus
West Nile Virus (WNV) is spread by mosquito bites. It is generally a mild disease causing few, if any, symptoms, but in some cases, symptoms can be severe—even leading to death. Mild symptoms of WNV include fever, headache, body aches, skin rash and swollen lymph node glands. Severe symptoms include:
According to the New York State Health Department, about one in 150 people will experience severe symptoms 123.
Tuberculosis (TB) is a bacterial lung disease by definition, although it can affect other parts of your body. TB is spread when the cough droplets of a person with untreated pulmonary TB are inhaled. Being around a person with untreated pulmonary TB for long periods of time is usually what causes transmission. A person with pulmonary TB is contagious and will continue to be until they have received treatment for many weeks. According to the New York State Health Department 1,300 cases are reported every year in New York State alone 123.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) include more than 25 to 30 infectious bacteria or viruses that are spread through sex. STDs are spread from person to person, through anal or vaginal intercourse and oral sex. STDs such as AIDS or HIV can also be spread through blood transmission or shared needles used for injecting drugs. Most people with STDs have no symptoms at all, and symptoms vary according to which STD you have.
Ringworm is a fungal skin infection that is highly contagious. Ringworm can appear on the scalp, toenail or any part your skin. Ringworm is spread through direct skin-to-skin contact with the infected person, animal or by direct contact from touching infected objects, such as:
Symptoms generally consist of a pimple-like bump that grows in size. Over the course of the infection, this bump becomes scaly. If the infection happens to be in your hair, it may cause alopecia areata (patchy hair loss). Although ringworm is highly contagious it is easily treatable, your doctor may prescribe you antifungal creams, tablets or powders.
Influenza, commonly referred to as «flu,» is a highly contagious respiratory infection affecting five to 20 percent of the US population. According to the New York State Health Department, each year more than 200,000 people are hospitalized from complications arising from flu and more than 36,000 people die from these complications 123. Flu is transmitted from inhaling droplets coughed or sneezed out by a person with flu. It can also be transmitted through a person touching contaminated items then rubbing their eyes, mouth or nose. Common flu symptoms include, fever, headache, extreme fatigue, dry cough, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, achy muscles and stomach upset.include:
- Common flu symptoms include
- extreme fatigue
- dry cough
- sore throat
- runny or stuffy nose
- achy muscles
- stomach upset
Older people, people with pre-existing heart and lung illnesses and children are among the most susceptible to flu.
Communicable diseases can be spread through bodily fluids, contaminated surfaces, air or food. Communicable diseases have a variety of symptoms and can be caused by bacteria, viruses or parasites. It is generally a mild disease causing few, if any, symptoms, but in some cases, symptoms can be severe—even leading to death. Severe symptoms include: headache, fever, neck stiffness, muscle weakness, disorientation, tremors, paralysis, convulsions, coma. A person with pulmonary TB is contagious and will continue to be until they have received treatment for many weeks. If the infection happens to be in your hair, it may cause alopecia areata . According to the New York State Health Department, each year more than 200,000 people are hospitalized from complications arising from flu and more than 36,000 people die from these complications23.