These new diseases are coming to destroy us.

  Today, about 7.3 billion people live on Earth. According to United Nations estimates, by 2050, the world’s population will expand to nearly 10 billion. All of these people need to live and eat food, which means that the trend of global urbanization, population migration and natural habitats becoming agricultural land is likely to continue to strengthen.
  However, for many experts studying diseases, these are terrible trends because they can bring many new diseases, and some are extremely scary. Below, we will list a few new diseases that may appear in the near future.
  Infected with drug-resistant E. coli
  in the 1940s, when antibiotics began to be used clinically, many people believe that humans against bacterial time has come. However, the reality is that many antibiotics have been reduced in efficacy after many years of application, because after multiple exposures to certain types of antibiotics, bacteria have evolved resistance mechanisms, making the antibiotics ineffective. The more antibiotics are used, the more resistant bacteria are produced. The problem is that antibiotics have long been abused in animal husbandry and human medicine.
  Once bacteria become resistant to all types of antibiotics today, humans lose an effective way to fight it. These bacteria are called super-resistant bacteria, and they have long appeared in the early 2000s. In 2017, approximately 23,000 people worldwide died of super-resistant bacteria. If the two common infectious bacteria, E. coli and Staphylococcus, are highly resistant, the death toll will rise sharply. Although this will not lead to the demise of human civilization, it will allow us to return to the era before the discovery of antibiotics – a time when a slight infection can easily take away human life.
  Developing new antibiotics or other alternatives is an urgent matter. The problem is that many pharmaceutical companies are not keen on researching the drug, mainly because of the money – developing a drug that is taken every day compared to developing a drug that takes 3 to 10 days every few years. Make money.
  Infected by ancient virus
  Global warming has caused the melting of icebergs on the north and south poles of the Earth, which in turn has led to an increase in sea level. In addition, the melting of the icebergs of the two poles will lead to another threat: the ancient virus that has been dormant for a long time in the polar permafrost will wake up. In 2014, researchers discovered a “giant” virus that had been dormant for more than 30,000 years in the frozen soil of Siberia. According to its appearance, the virus is named the broad-mouthed virus, which is currently the largest known virus.
  Although the virus found does not appear to be a threat to humans, deadly ancient viruses and other microorganisms may lurk in the polar permafrost. Every year, the polar permafrost will gradually melt, releasing the microbes buried inside, and the process is accelerating. And some mining and drilling operations can expose people to these released microbes, which may eventually lead to a new outbreak.
  A new deadly flu
  influenza is a contagious disease that is caused by the influenza virus, which caused great dating 250000-50 million deaths each year. Humans have yet to find the ultimate solution to defeat it, because the genetic material of the flu virus is RNA, which is prone to variability, making the newly developed vaccine the most effective only in the year.
  There have been several influenza pandemics in the past. For example, between 1918 and 1919, an influenza A (H1N1) virus killed up to 100 million people worldwide. A recent influenza pandemic broke out in Mexico in 2009 and was caused by a new variant of the H1N1 flu virus that killed more than 10,000 people worldwide. The emergence of a new type of deadly flu in the future is still very likely to happen.
  Longicornis disease
  many ticks carry a wide variety of deadly pathogens, popular in recent years is that Lyme disease ticks Ming Jiaobo the bacterium Borrelia passed to fatal disease caused by man. As climate change and land continue to be developed, the number of alfalfa is rapidly increasing and its distribution is becoming wider, which is likely to lead to new rumors.
  For example, long-horned blood clams were originally only found in East Asia, Central Asia, and Oceania. But in November 2017, people first discovered long-horned blood in New Jersey, USA. Researchers can’t figure out how they came here, but speculate that they have been here for several years.
  In addition to Lyme disease, long-horned blood stasis can cause fever, fever, and thrombocytopenia syndrome. Although the deadly pathogens they carry have not yet appeared in North American populations, experts predict that this will not last long. In addition, long-horned blood stasis may still lurk many unknown pathogens in the body, so they can also transmit new diseases to humans.
  A new mosquito-borne virus
  of global climate change for some areas become too much rain in some areas it becomes dry up, these changes may lead to mosquito migrate to new habitats. Changes in mosquito habitats also mean that they have to hunt new hosts, including humans, as well as wild and domestic animals.
  Different hosts carry different viruses that can mix and recombine new viruses in mosquitoes. All types of viruses can be recombined, and the reconstituted virus may suddenly be born in a mosquito, some of which may be highly contagious and spread quickly. Researchers are still unable to predict when and where highly contagious new recombinant viruses will emerge, but they are convinced that this is an inevitable.
  Inflammation caused nanoparticles
  nanoparticles are a very small natural or synthetic objects, they are now being used to manufacture the drug from all areas of the food dyes and the like. Although nanoparticles now play a life-saving role in certain medical treatments, studies have shown that they can interact with various organs, cells or substances in the immune system to enhance or inhibit their function.
  Studies have shown that one of the effects of nanoparticles is to induce inflammation in the body. Inflammation is what people usually call “inflammation”, a defensive reaction of the immune system to physical damage or pathological changes. For example, one study found that nanoparticles commonly used in food additives can exacerbate symptoms in patients with inflammatory bowel disease. As nanoparticles are widely used, humans may develop many new inflammations or are more susceptible to existing inflammations such as inflammatory bowel disease and arthritis.
  Virtual reality game addiction
  Nowadays, many children and young people like to play video games, because video games are very entertaining, but it is very addictive. In June 2018, the World Health Organization included game addiction in mental illness. Symptoms include: uncontrollably playing games, often placing the game before other life interests, and continuing or increasing the time of playing even if there are negative consequences. Wait.
  However, this decision of the World Health Organization has caused opposition from many scholars because there is not enough evidence to prove that game addiction is a mental illness. Despite this, the game has long affected the lives of many people around the world, and even ruined the lives of some people, especially teenagers. Some people speculate that with the continuous improvement of virtual reality technology, virtual reality games will become more and more real, and their immersion will become stronger and stronger, and the addiction and harm brought by it will be further aggravated.