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WHERE DO NEW DISEASES COME FROM?

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WHEN SCIENTIST FIND A NEW DISEASE THEY HAVE TO ANALISE IT. THEY HAVE TO FIND OUT WHERE IS STARTED, WHEN IT STARTED, AND THEN FIGURE OUT WHY.
FIVE OF THE DEADLIEST DISEASES EVER!
THE ANTONINE PLAGUE
THE PLAGUE OF JUSTINIAN
HIV/AIDS
THE SPANISH FLU
THE BLACK DEATH
WHY NOW?
Scientist believe that more and more people are getting sick for a couple of reason. One, people are fighter more and which causes injury which leads to diseases. Two, global warming is making bugs who like warmer temperature come out more so there is more of them and they are getting more people sick. Three, the interaction be humans and animals are causing new diseases to start.
THREE TYPES OF PEOPLE DEAL WITH NEW DISEASES. THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION, THE CENTER OF DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION, AND NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ALLERGY.
DISEASES FROM THE OLD WORLD
SCIENTIST SAY THAT DISEASES FROM THE OLD WORLD, SUCH AS MEASLES, INFLUENZA, AND CHICKEN POXS, WERE BROUGHT TO THE NEW WORLD. THE NATIVE AMERICANS DIDN'T KNOW WHAT TO CURE THE PEOPLE WHO GOT SICK, SO LOTS OF NATIVE AMERICANS DIED.
TOP TEN INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN HISTORY
1. HIV/AIDS
2. Ebola Fever
3. Rabies
4. Antibiotics-resistant bacteria
5. Naegleria
6. Mad-cow disease
7. Leprosey
8. Botulism
9. Elephantiasis
10. Polio
WHERE DO NEW DISEASES COME FROM?
IN THE SECOND HALF OF THE 20TH CENTERY SOME PEOPLE THOUGHT THAT VIRUSES AND BATERIA WERE GONE
The World Health Organization
THERE HAVE BEEN A GREAT DEAL OF NEW DISCOVERYS IN THE PAST FEW YEARS ABOUT NEW DISEASES
New disease discovery
Flu is transmitted by birds not humans
Yale researchers found a new tic born disease
A unknown disease in China killed 360 people and scientist are still trying to discover more about the disease
Some people say people flying in airplanes have a higher risk of getting sick but scientists have proven them wrong
Diseases will always be around we just have to make sure that science is always ahead.
By Ellison Brown
Refuge Camps are a big reason why lots of people are getting sick because they are to many people cramped into a tiny space.
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