What is the Bubonic Plague?

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August 16, 2014

 

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The number of reported human cases of this plague in the United States has increased since the 1960s because the environment isn't staying clean. How do you get this disease? When a rat is infected, the flea bites the rat then the flea gets infected. The disease fills the stomach of the flea making it so the flea can't digest any more blood...
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The flea then becomes so hungry that it bites the human. Now the human is infected. The first symptoms are headaches, nausea, vomiting and aching joints. Some others are fever, chills, the most horrible: the skin turns black. In the 1300s the plague spread so quickly in cities for many reasons. There were no regular garbage pick-ups...
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