How plagues have ravaged continents and shaped civilizations everywhere, and even changed the balance of political power in history, as well as geopolitics development, etc. Entering the era of farming, the high population density made infectious diseases a common occurrence. I remember a costume movie I watched when I was young, the protagonist was ready to die once he coughed up blood. When I was a child, I coughed too hard and there was blood in the phlegm, and I was scared to death.
I even confessed my last words to my bulk sms service classmates... But the costume movie is at this point. It’s not an exaggeration, because tuberculosis was really the cause of death for many people in the past, and it’s not surprising that people who are still alive are pockmarked in an era when smallpox was still raging. It is only thanks to the invention of antibiotics and vaccines that we all make a fuss about the fatalities of infectious diseases. No country can withstand the turmoil of mass casualties due to the plague. After reading "The World History of Infectious Diseases", you will find that we are not as far away from infectious diseases as we imagined. Viruses and germs evolve much faster than humans, and in this arms race, we can only outsmart. Therefore, infectious diseases
will always exist, and antibiotics and antiviral drugs will definitely screen out drug-resistant strains. At most, we can only temporarily lead. 1 2 » Read the full text Don't want to paginate? Try our new service you may also like FaceApp security concerns: Is it okay to upload photos? There are two risks of personal biometric leakage Myanmar's parallel government and the military continue to face armed and diplomatic confrontations, and Myanmar has not spoken at the UN General Assembly Can an employee be fired immediately for making mistakes? Severance and dismissal are not so simple under the current "Labor Base Law". Yang Zhijie's book review of Xiaoning As an ally of the Pan-Asian Democratic Front of the "Milk Tea Alliance", how can Taiwan support "Thailand's struggle for democracy"?