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.
- 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.”
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