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diseases caused by

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waterborne and foodborne diseases
in wealthier areas, where sewage and food supply are better, these diseases are not as bad. But in developing countries this is a major problem.
vector borne diseases
Vector-borne infectious diseases are caused by the pathogens transmitted by arthropods. Mosquitoes and ticks are the main vectors.
Mosquitoes
some diseases caused by mosquitoes are malaria and the dengue fever
video
THe effects of global warming on infectious diseases
By Nathan Brown
cholera
a bacterial disease causing diarrhea and dehydration, usually spread in water.
example
in Bangladesh the number of cholera cases tripled because of low and high rainfall. the temperature has increased which caused more evaporation which has led to more rainfall and more diseases
malaria
malaria is the most dangerous vector born disease in the world multiple cases in Kenya were related to the increase in temperature and more rain fall
dengue(Da-n-key) fever
the number of mosquitoes in the world has increased and so has the amount of cases on the dengue fever, but they might not be related to global warming.
dengue fever

A mosquito-borne viral disease occurring in tropical and subtropical areas.
Ticks
bibliography
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2210909910000056
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