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Global Warming: Dengue Introduction: The recent decades have witnessed an outbreak of a range of infectious diseases in various parts of the globe. Examples include: the Haiti Cholera outbreak in 2010 following the earthquake in January in the same year; Salmonella Enteritidis on account of contaminated Salmonella and eggs in the United States in August 2010; Multistate E…
Approximately 50 million people worldwide were affected by the Dengue fever leading to 19,000 deaths in the year 2002 according to statistics made available by W.H.O. Experts, researchers and scientists have attributed this phenomenon to global warming claiming that it has led to a substantial rise in the amount of water including sea water as well as fresh water bodies - which are predominantly considered as breeding grounds for mosquitoes. Furthermore, some scientists also believe that the sudden change in temperatures and shift in seasons could also be attributable to the rise in incidences of such outbreak of vector-borne diseases such as dengue and malaria (msnbc, 2007). Various factors are and could be held accountable for such an occurrence. This includes the sudden increase in urban population, increased incidence of international tourism, as well as exchange of goods and products across several countries, as a result of globalization. (NRDC, 2011). ...
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