Global Warming invite new disease

There is a positive side of a long-term increase in temperature in the prevention of disease encephalitis, also hatavirus mice disseminated disease that can lead to lung failure and death.

The incidence of influenza throughout the year will also increase area around the equator, there is no influenza season. Thus, with increasing temperature, so that the tropics were widespread influenza cases during the year will be more and more.

Another study in Ausralia showed similar results. Life in outback Australia will be increasingly hard by the effects of global warming. This is caused by extreme weather and widespread tropical diseases.

The driest continent in the world is predicted to be the region hardest hit by climate change, and began a prolonged drought, which according to some researchers associated with global warming. In addition to drought, inland Australia is forecast to face floods and storms with increasing temperature.

Changing weather patterns could affect the distribution of mosquitoes and other stars who became inter-human disease transmission media. Various tropical diseases could move to places unforeseen.

Aboriginal Australia is expected to be the group most affected, because most of them live in remote areas and have little access to health care.

While in Tibet, global warming makes the weather becomes drier so many people who experience nosebleeds or bleeding from the nose. Levels of moisture in Lhasa, capital of Tibet, located 3,700 meters above sea level, is very low while the temperature continues to rise. According to an official from the Meteorological Bureau of Tibet. â? These people do not dare to rub their noses, for fear of bleeding .. â? Tibet, which lies far above sea level, is more sensitive to the effects of global warming.

Mosquito vectors of chikungunya and dengue fever in Europe which causes fever, headache and muscle pain, initially only in East Africa, Southeast Asia and India. But last year, for the first time reported an outbreak of chikungunya outbreak in non-tropical countries, specifically in Italy, then followed to France and Spain.

Makin Requires Real Step

Experts believe, the earth’s temperature is likely to rise as much as 1.8 to 4 degrees Celsius by 2100. they also believe that global warming exacerbated disease that until now has caused the death of 150 thousand to 5 million people each year. In addition to an increase in cases of malaria and dengue fever, global warming is also increasing cases of diarrhea, heat waves droughts, floods and malnutrition.

The issue of global warming is increasingly urgent, and fortunately more and invite the attention of many parties.