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How Mind-Eating Parasites Found in Cat Poo Are Creating a Global Intelligence Gap

Jan 21, 2019 | Blog

Infectious diseases from third world countries can easily spread across borders through travel. Toxocariasis, for example, is a dangerous parasite found in cat and dog feces that has affected over 2 million people in the United States alone, with far more victims worldwide. Infectious diseases can have a profound impact on human intelligence and cognition, and could cause a global crisis in this area if left unchecked. Another culprit, the chlorovirus known as ACTV-1, also causes cognitive impairment in many victims. It is very important that public health organizations and ordinary people be aware of the threat these kinds of diseases can pose.

Key Takeaways:

    • The United States is not left out of the global warming phenomenon. Inconsistency in weather and climate changes have been reported.
    • Although the United States would love to, its great wealth, influence and power cannot put a stop to global warming.
  • Parasites that were common to third world countries are being carried by tourists due to global warming when they cross continental borders.

“The United States is rapidly becoming a breeding ground for Toxocariasis, Cysticercosis and Cytomegalovirus, health-hazardous parasites commonly found in third world countries.”

Read more: https://theheartysoul.com/how-global-warming-and-mind-eating-parasites-are-creating-a-global-intelligence-gap/

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