Thursday, February 4, 2016

Global Warming Weather Changes Make Hawaii More Susceptible To Dengue and Zika

Hawaii and the Zika Virus


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Unless the public health concerns that result from a change in the Earth's temperatures due to global warming are met with realistic and productive protective measures we in Hawaii are in for a hard time. The Hawaii economy is built on the travel and food service industries which are predicted to diminish in 2016 and a epidemic featuring Zika or Dengue Fever could deal the islands a serious blow.