In a Harvard University study conducted in 2013, data showed that Americans are living longer and healthier before. The study concluded that declining tobacco use and medical advancements. However, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization, 14 diseases have been cropping up recently and becoming more and more prevalent.
The sexually transmitted disease (STD), chlamydia is a bacteria, and it’s increased by 58.8 percent in the last 10 years. Chlamydia particularly affects the female reproductive system.
Gonorrhea, another STD is also on the rise. Reports of it have increased 17.8 percent in the last five years.
Cases of the STD syphilis have increased by over 150 percent in the past five years. It’s dangerous because it can be asymptomatic for a long time, but can end up damaging organs in the long run.
The bubonic plague wreaked havoc on Medieval Europe, and it was thought to be all but gone. However, 15 cases surfaced in 2015.
Autism is a developmental disorder that has increased by 63.3 percent in the last five years.
The bacteria are contracted through contamination and causes constipation and droopy eyelids. At its worst it can cause paralysis.
E.coli is a gut bacteria that has several harmless strains, but it can turn dangerous. The past 10 years have shown a 472 percent increase.
There is a vaccine available for whooping cough, but despite the medical community’s best efforts, reports of the disease have increased by over 145 percent over the last 10 years.
The most common type of skin cancer experienced an 18.3 percent rise in the last 10 years.
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