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The left of the poster shows where the hookworm affects the body and the right shows the hookworm's effect on the body and evidence of the disease in feces
Development and spread of hookworm disease, 1957.
There are pictures of mosquitoes on the left in bubbles and the main image is a boy sick in bed
Meningitis B and its symptoms, 1952.
A lady reports information to a health official who is writing it down
Report the illness if you spots someone getting sick, 1952.
There is an image of men getting water from a well at the top part, there are images of snail fever below, and then there are prevention methods, such as seeing a doctor, shown at the bottom
To prevent snail fever, 1954.



There are men consulting a doctor on the top part, below there are images of black fever, and there are people spraying houses and covering windows at the bottom
To prevent black fever, 1954.
There's an image of people covering up water holes at the top part, below there are images of elephantiasis and malaria, and there are people using mosquito nets and cleaning out rivers at the bottom
To prevent malaria and elephantiasis, 1954.
There is a picture of men working in the fields, then one man uses the field as a bathroom, the dogs then sniff the feces, and there is finally a picture of hookworm eggs
How the hookworm eggs become little hookworms in the soil, 1957.
There are three pictures of people working the fields and gathering vegetation, barefooted
How baby hookworms get into human bodies (1), 1957.



The top image shows a man eating fruit in the fields and the bottom picture shows a family eating a meal at home
How baby hookworms get into human bodies (2), 1957.
The pictures of men working in the fields and one image has a man with itches in his hand at the top, another with stomach pain and one who is tired at the bottom of the poster
What symptoms do you have when you have hookworm disease, 1957.
There are pictures of peopel wrapping up their crops, using proper sanitation for human waste, and a man using the outhouse as a bathroom
Methods to prevent hookworm (1), 1957.
The top portion shows the field workers washing their feet and the lower picture shows them wearing shoes to work in the fields
Methods to prevent hookworm (2), 1957.



The top picture shows a mother washing vegetables for her children and the lower picture shows people being checked for hookworms at a clinic
Methods to prevent hookworm (3), 1957.
There are images of women cleaning the house, mopping the floor, people cleaning up livestock, using fly traps, and filling up holes
To prevent gastrointestinal diseases by eradicating flies, ca. 1960.
There are images that show a woman collecting water from a well, then carrying it home, then boiling it, and finally people drinking the clean water
To prevent gastrointestinal diseases by paying attention to water hygiene, ca. 1960.
There are pictures of people buying fresh foods, cooking food, washing their hands, eating, and talking to a health official
To prevent gastrointestinal diseases by paying attention to food hygiene, ca. 1960.



There is a large image of a health official with a loudspeaker and there are small images of a little girl receiving a vaccination
Come and have BCG vaccine inoculation fast, ca. 1965.
There is a woman holding up Mao's little red book, images of a girl being coughed on and falling ill, an image of a girl having a headache, and images of children receiving vaccination treatment
Take actions to prevent respiratory diseases, 1970.
There is an image of a man vomiting and defecating with an image of cholera nearby
Cholera, 1951.
There is an image of a sick old woman lying in bed withi an image of typhoid nearby
Typhoid fever, 1951.



There is an image of a man trying to defecate in an outdoor latrine with a close-up image of bacteria seen in a microscope
Diarrhea, 1951.
A cartoon of a family going to a smallpox vaccination clinic, the father leads his family in while a mom and her treated son stand above the clinic
Go to have smallpox vaccination, ca. 1956.
There is a cartoon doctor fithing cartoon SARS germs with his fists
Declaration of war on SARS! 2003.
A group of people smiling to a dentist who is smiling back
Parents and teachers should pay attention to children's teeth health in cooperation with doctors, 1957.