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Insect Borne Diseases Have Tripled Heres Why

This post categorized under Vector and posted on June 9th, 2019.
Vectors Disease Transmission Climate Change: Insect Borne Diseases Have Tripled Heres Why

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Even if scientists dont agree on whats causing the uptick of vector-borne diseases you can still fight back. A Taste For Mammal Blood. Deer ticks have been spreading Lyme disease for decades.The year 2004 was a simpler time to be an infectious disease doctor in the US. Zika and chikungunya hadnt yet emerged. Mystery RNA viruses werent spreading by tick bite around Americas heartland killing farmers and ranchers.Between 2004 and 2016 about 643000 cases of 16 insect-borne illnesses were reported to the CDC27000 a year in 2004 (the year in which the agency began requiring more detailed reporting) rising to 96000 by 2016. At least nine such diseases have also been discovered or introduced into the US in that same timeframe. Most of them are found in ticks. Many of them are potentially life-threatening.

And dont shy away from insect repellant. It doesnt have to be DEET eucalyptus oil will do the trick too. Just do something. Even if scientists dont agree on whats causing the uptick of vector-borne diseases you can still fight back. A Taste For Mammal Blood. Deer ticks have been spreading Lyme disease for Autor GizmocrazedBetween 2004 and 2016 about 643000 cases of 16 insect-borne illnesses were reported to the CDC27000 a year in 2004 (the year in which the agency began requiring more detailed reporting) rising to 96000 by 2016. At least nine such diseases have also been discovered or introduced into the US in that same timeframe. Most of them are found in ticks. Many of them are potentially life-threatening.Between 2004 and 2016 about 643000 cases of 16 insect-borne illnesses were reported to the CDC27000 a year in 2004 (the year in which the agency began requiring more detailed reporting) rising to 96000 by 2016. At least nine such diseases have also been discovered or introduced into the US in that same timeframe. Most of them are found in ticks. Many of them are potentially life-threatening.


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