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hpr3185 :: Pandemics In History

Infectious disease is one of the most important factors influencing human history

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Hosted by Ahuka on 2020-10-16 is flagged as Clean and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: Health, Infectious Disease, History, Pandemics.
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Part of the series: Health and Healthcare

A open series about Health and Healthcare

This is a look at how infectious diseases have changed the course of human history. It is admittedly a bit Euro- or Western-centric since that is what I know best. But I think the point of its importance applies more broadly.


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Comment #1 posted on 2020-10-16T16:49:48Z by brian-in-ohio

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Good show. but I'm a bit confused, people tell me there are to many people on planet earth, to much man made global climate change. Isn't disease a good thing? Doesn't it thin the herd? What should I be afraid of today? Too many people? Too much C02? Capatalism?

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