Nature Communications have such a database.
Human symptoms–disease network
XueZhong Zhou, Jörg Menche, Albert-László Barabási & Amitabh Sharma
Published: 26 June 2014
They count the number of times a disease and a symptom keywords both appear on the same PudMed article, and assign a TF-IDF value to each pair.
In their words:
Acquisition of symptom and ...
I think the closest thing to a "standardization of drugs" are the pharmacopeia:
(just some examples)
As you will notice, these are not global standards, but each one defines the parameters by which a drug is of adequate quality and purity to be deemed that drug. To generate a global standard, it would be ...
The idea that the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems (ICD) forms an international standard on health problems is contentious within some groups of people when there is the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), which cross-references the ICD and there can sometimes be conflicting criteria ...
What you're looking for is used by AI or Bayesian networks for online diagnosis. These databases are commercially sensitive and likely only accessible by API rather than raw data. For example, ISABEL, has been around for 20 years
12-4-2020 84279 - 78891 = 5388
11-4-2020 78891 - 70272 = 8619
10-4-2020 70272 - 65077 = 5195
It looks like the PHE data is a day ahead of the ECDC data
The USDA database does provide detailed information about fatty acids in foods. Too detailed actually: for each food, you can get the amount of fatty acids with each number of carbon atoms. So in your specific case, you would have to get this data (for instance as .csv), and sum up the respective amounts of short- and medium-chain fatty acids (until 12 ...
According to the little number on the lower left, this is from 2012. The situation is worse than I expected in Europe. Also, there is a map from the states:
It will be so cool to ...