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Ebola is a rare deadly disease with no cure

According to a study that was published on Tuesday in the journal Nature Communications. The climate pressure is going to create the risk of Ebola that will spread further and reach the areas that were previously unaffected by the virus.

It was found in a study that climate pressure will bring a 1.75 to 3.2-fold increase in the rate at which the deadly virus scatter over from animals to humans by 2070.

When the temperature is higher and there is slower social and economic development which could lead to greater risk. In the areas of West and Central Africa, the outbreaks have classical clusters the outbreaks will occur very frequently and spread further. From a study it has been recommended that the Ebola virus is spreading in China, Russia, Europe, India and the United States.

 The first Ebola was diagnosed in the year 1976 and there has been 23 crash recognized. It is suspected by the scientist that the fruit bats which carry the disease. Scientist believes in contact between human, great apes, duikers and brown antelope may be connected to the epidemic.

Ebola is an uncommon deadly disease which has no cure and still now no vaccine has been approved for this deadly disease. The Ebola crash will increase due to the environmental conditions which occurred due to climate crisis like high temperatures. This disease can be carried by animals like a fruit bat. If there is more rainfall and there is a prediction of warm temperature, there will be more fruits available for bats to eat and in this way, the bats will come in contact with more animals as they gather together to take the food.

Scientists predict due to Ebola higher temperatures will bring more cases of malaria, diarrhoea, heat stress, heart defect, malnutrition and antibiotic-resistant diseases.

Luis Davidson
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Luis has always been driven to help people. Considering his interest in medical science, he is deeply interested in what is happening around the world in the health sector. Covering new breakthroughs in studies, research undertaken and writing to make the other aware of the lethal diseases, he adds his creative writing skills to make the information easier to process.

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