Soil-transmitted helminth infections associated with wastewater and sludge reuse: A review of current evidence.

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ascariasis 1 infectiousdiseases
diarrhea 1 infectiousdiseases

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ascariasis 13028 1.50 for hookworm infectionsHabbari et al. 61ChildrenWastewaterSignificant increase in prevalence of ascariasis for exposed childrenBouhoum and Schwartzbrod 124ChildrenWastewaterHigher prevalence among exposed of
diarrhea 13628 (13.5)Cifuentes et al. 125Agricultural workers and their family membersWastewaterHigher prevalence of diarrhea l disease (30% vs. 23%) and Ascaris infection (15% vs. 3%) for exposed childrenAmoah et al. 54Agricultural

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