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Water Borne Diseases

Waterborne diseases are caused by a spread of microorganisms, biotoxins, and toxic contaminants, which cause devastating illnesses like cholera, schistosomiasis, and other gastrointestinal problems. Outbreaks of water borne diseases often occur after a severe precipitation event (rainfall, snowfall). Because global climate change increases the severity and frequency of some major precipitation events, communities—especially within the developing world—could be faced with elevated disease burden from waterborne diseases. additionally, diseases caused by Vibrio bacteria like cholera and other intestinal diseases may pose a greater threat thanks to the effect that rising  temperatures will wear the expansion and spread of bacteria. global climate change is probably going to extend diarrheal disease incidence worldwide, and extreme weather can also complicate already-inadequate prevention efforts. Although the us has prevention and treatment strategies for waterborne diseases, surveillance remains spotty, diagnoses aren't uniform, and understanding of the impact of global climate change on these diseases isn't well established.

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