Wednesday, 27 May 2009

The Six Worst Killer Plagues in History

They killed - and some still are - millions of people and they scare the living daylights out of us. So, why do we find killer diseases so fascinating. Possibly for that very reason. Here, with some pretty full on photographs, are six of the worst killer plagues in history. If you are squeamish then it would be advisable for you to narrow your eyes a little after you have clicked on the read more list below...

From the article
Malaria is one of the most common infectious diseases caused by a protozoan transmitted by infected anopheles female mosquitoes, and resulting in intermittent chills and fever or any foul of unwholesome air. It results in about one to two million deaths annually; most of which are young children. Malaria originated from Africa and eventually spread through in other places in Asia and some parts of America.
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