Climate change may cause unavoidable infectious and parasite diseases in the future, as per the recent research. The study reveals that emergence of new virulent disease, such as Ebola and West Nile, are a result of climate change.
Daniel Brooks, an eminiets zoologist from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, performed a short research in order to understand the affect of climate change on human health. They observed that migration of animal is the major cause of infectious diseases.
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