Dengue Fever Eassay

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If you ever think about getting away from cold weather to sunny land, you might have to reconsider again because the risk of dengue fever is in your dream plan. According to World Health Organization, dengue fever is mosquito-borne viral disease that has been spreading so rapidly in the world, especially in the tropical areas. Every year, there are about 100 million people in the world were infected by dengue virus, and it causes 22,000 deaths mostly are children and young adults. It is about half of the whole world’s population are at risk of dengue fever. In 2010, there were close to two million people were infected by the dengue virus in the US alone. Dengue fever can’t transmit from one infected person to other person. It transmits by a tiger stripe female mosquito that normal feed during the day. Yet, there are no cures for dengue virus, so it is very essential to know symptoms, treatments, and prevention the spread of dengue virus. Dengue fever is a mosquito-borne viral illness that begins with headache, fever, prostration, severe muscle pain, swollen glands, and rashes. Dengue fever also goes by the other name calls dandy fever because of the slaves from West Indies who were infected by dengue virus said that they had dandy fever. It also has known as three-day fever or break bone fever because the Victims of dengue fever often have contortions due to the severe joint and muscle pain. In addition, there are four types of dengue virus such as dengue 1, 2, 3, and 4. Dengue fever is most likely occurring in tropic, and subtropics area. It transmits by tiger stripe female mosquitoes call Aides Aegypti. The virus was first identified in 1940 on the armies while they were fighting in the Indochina. The origin of dengue viruses is uncertain when some people have thought that dengue virus was originated in Africa and moved out of there due to the slavery

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