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What doctors didn't know.
Most of our modern disease epidemics have arisen for the same reason as the Bubonic Plague epidemic of the 1300s that wiped out approximately one quarter of Europe's population. The Bubonic plague arose from an overpopulation of rats. The animal world is kept in balance by numerous natural mechanisms. An overpopulation of animals can cause nature to respond with a disease to cull excess animal numbers and restore the balance between animal populations and their environment. These diseases are called "zoonotic" because they arise from the animal world and can transfer into the human population. In our modern high tech world we certainly don't have to worry about the human ignorance that caused the Bubonic plague of the 1300s, or do we?
In the early 1970s doctors in southwestern Connecticut struggled with hundreds of new cases of "Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis" in young children, but the cause of this crippling disease always remained a mystery. Then in 1975, a sudden increase in cases in the small town of Lyme, Connecticut caused doctors to launch an investigation into finding a cause for this epidemic. Doctors first noticed that most of the cases were occurring in children who played near wooded areas. It was soon determined that in all cases, the children had been bitten by a tick just prior to the development of the disease. Lyme disease is caused by a microbe known as a "spirochete" that also causes similar diseases like Syphilis, Yaws, and Leptospirosis which can lie dormant within the body for many years and damage the body's organs over time.
Lyme Disease was mistakenly labelled as "Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis" for many years because doctors failed to take notice of changes taking place within the natural ecology around them. These changes were the result of the irresponsible actions of New York City animal activists imposing their will upon the natural system. In spite of many advances in the field of medicine, most modern medical professionals still fail to understand that nearly all modern diseases result from ignorance of natural laws. If the doctors in southwest Connecticut had taken better notice of changes taking place in natural system around them, they would have identified the host animal for Lyme disease and been able to advise government officials on how to correct the problem. Most modern medical professionals still don't understand the important role that disease mechanisms play in God's perfectly balanced natural system. We need to realize that any alteration made to the natural environment will result in a corrective action by nature that could have negative effects upon the human population. If you'd like to learn the identity of the original host animal for Lyme disease, simply click on one of the secure book links on this webpage to purchase your book by Edward Oliver and learn how Lyme disease first began, and how it could easily have been prevented.
HOW DID WEST NILE VIRUS BEGIN?
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