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  1. The physiological perils
  2. The others hazards which affecting our plane

Regularly the general news reminds us that a pandemic could befall us at anytime. There is no time and stage at which we could be attacked by a pandemic. This biohazard such as the swine flu is one such case which points us to the entry of new illnesses which spread panic, turmoil and anxiety within humankind. During this course, one danger might overlook another danger. Thereafter, the human genetic tendency to overlook the overall picture of other hazards which affect our planet. The physiological perils have always accounted for a serious problem all over the world. For instance, the Black Death, which raged everywhere throughout Europe during the 14th century, had caused the death of millions of people. Presently, we are more than ever under the knife of diseases. To site a few examples, the sexually transmitted disease (such as AIDS), the breath taking flu's (like the H5N1 and henceforth his little brother H1N1) or the chikungunya are some of the propelling diseases surrounding our planet over the last few decades.

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