The Spread of Dengue Fever

Cases and spread of dengue fever is still worrying, the World Health Organization (WHO) stated the incidence of dengue fever has grown dramatically around the world in recent decades. Some 2.5 billion people – two fifths of the world's population – are now at risk from dengue fever. WHO currently estimates there may be 50 million dengue infections worldwide every year. In 2007 alone, there were more than 890 000 reported cases of dengue in the Americas, of which 26 000 cases were DHF. Its Really concern about the spread of dengue fever
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This dengue fever is associated with poorer tropical third world countries. the Cambodian government felt it only right to focus on prevention instead of a cure. Cambodia has one of the most numbers of people infected by the Dengue fever Leaders in Thailand warned his countrymen of the dengue epidemic that took the lives of six Thais and infected 6000 more. The dengue prevention organization also believes that educational programs are not prioritized seeing that resources to implement them are not evaluated on a regular basis.

In Africa the mosquito also breeds extensively in natural habitats such as tree holes, and leaves that gather to form "cups" and catch water. In Asia and the Americas, Aedes aegypti breeds primarily in man-made containers like earthenware jars, metal drums and concrete cisterns used for domestic water storage, as well as discarded plastic food containers, used automobile tyres and other items that collect rainwater.

Dengue casualties were reduced significantly with the advent of vaccines and anti-biotic along with deadly viruses such as smallpox, poliomyelitis, and acute rheumatic fever. Hopefully spread of dengue fever can be quickly overcome by the experts.

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