Climate Change and Spread of Vector-Borne Diseases

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The effects of climate change, including rising global temperature, human migration, and increased rainfall, have led to an increase in vector borne diseases in previously unaffected areas. Zika, malaria, and Lyme disease each show how the increased range of disease domains can wreak havoc on millions more people worldwide, every year.

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