"When people say
"There are more and more diseases all the time", is it because:
a) we couldn't identify them before
b) we truely are a sicker nation due to sicker foods.
c) we are living longer so as we get older we are more prone to other
d) previosly people were thought to die from "old age"(somewhat like
e) we have more diseases because people would have died from some of the
other more common diseases first.
f) all the above."
IMHO I don't hold much for (b), but I do agree with a,c,d,e. I would
add one other - an incresingly expanding, therefore crowded, population
makes available more hosts for diseases as well as more vectoring
Son of Richard
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