Tropical Infectious Diseases

Tropical regions of the world were more seriously affected by infectious diseases in comparison to the temperate world. Principal reasons why infectious diseases can thrive in such regions of both environmental and biological factors that support high levels of biodiversity of pathogens, vectors and hosts, but also in social factors that undermine efforts to control these diseases. Such infectious diseases are known simply as tropical diseases disproportionately more prevalent than other non-infectious diseases. The most important part of the research is figuring out the relationship between humans and microorganism, and a vector that can move the pathogen between humans. Tropical diseases can be kept under the control by distributing medications, improving living conditions and building waste sanitation facilities.

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