Man-made climate change is increasing tummy bug outbreaks in Europe, claim scientists

Zambia Daily Mail: Climate change is driving the growth of a group of water-borne bacteria in northern Europe that can cause illnesses from cholera to gastroenteritis. An international team examined sea surface temperature records and satellite data, as well as statistics on Vibrio cases in the Baltic. Vibrios is a group of bacteria which usually grow in warm and tropical marine environments. The bacteria can cause various infections in humans, ranging from cholera to gastroenteritis-like symptoms from eating......

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