We’re all painfully aware of the terrifying, vector-borne pathogens that are threatening the health and happiness of our species—whether it’s Zika, Ebola, West Nile, malaria, or any number of others. So, with the intent to educate (not to frighten), let’s examine four diseases that might follow in Zika’s deadly footsteps.
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