Talk:Waterborne diseases

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Allergic infection[edit]

What , it could just be included into the other tables as a separate column (so that instead of looking at an illness in one table and having to look it up in another, it would just be in the same table. am adding the kingdom names to each section also since the heading "Parasitic" is misleading considering there are parasitic protozoa.Matt.leeck (talk) 13:49, 10 March 2009 (UTC)

Under Construction[edit]

I am making my current primary objective to be fixing this page and making a decent article out of what was a vague, questionable list. The work is still in progress, sorry for the inconvenience if any...Matt.leeck (talk) 03:55, 11 March 2009 (UTC)

Errr... new here of course, but...[edit]

I had occasion to link to WBDisease, so I checked on the article, and frankly was dismayed. I don't think it has been well conceived. Needs full re-write. I don't mind having a go, but I am not a medic. If anyone is contemplating doing it properly, fine, but if not, is there a doctor in the house? I would prefer at least to bounce my outlines off someone competent before investing serious time. JonRichfield (talk) 14:54, 30 December 2011 (UTC)

Should this really be classified as a "list" type article? Could have great potential[edit]

I have been working on sanitation-related Wikipedia articles for the last six months but have only come across this one now, after seeing a link in the template on pollution template:Pollution. This article could have great potential (very important topic), and I don't think it should be classified as "list" type, as it contains much more than just a listing? It should actually be linked to from a number of other pages, e.g. sanitation, fecal-oral route, open defecation. It would be good if someone with a medical background could look over this article to see if it is any good. What is your opinion about this article, Doc_James? What aspects of it should be improved and how? EvM-Susana (talk) 07:16, 15 April 2015 (UTC)

I have changed it now from a list article to a class C article, as I think it's more than a mere list. I also linked to it from these three pages: sanitation, fecal-oral route, open defecation. Thoughts anyone? Doc_James? EvM-Susana (talk) 08:01, 9 July 2015 (UTC)