What is Typhus
How typhus affects the body
Bacteria in living things can be affected by certain viruses that can succumb to this disease. Typhus can affect the body by traveling through the body and turn floating particles to be more typhus infections. A sign of symptoms that assist the diagnoses is chest pain. Also a not normal heart rate can also be a sign that can lead to typhus. If you ever get any of those side affects tell your parent/guardian that you have typhus.
How typhus spreads from person to person
The bugs give people this infectious disease that they get from rodents, rats, cows, and other animals that carry dirty bugs (especially rhinos that carry ticks feeding on the rhinos blood that are very dirty, so advice never touch rhinos) carrying typhus. The main important type of typhus is called epidemic typhus (by lice). Murine, endemic, typhus, scrub typhus, and tsutsugamushi disease (mite borne) are the other forms of typhus. People that have typhus stay away from them and if you do touch them WASH YOUR HANDS to keep the typhus from infecting your body and off of you.