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In epidemiology, an epidemic (from Greek epi- upon + demos people) is a classification of a disease that appears as new cases in a given human population, during a given period, at a rate that substantially exceeds what is "expected," based on recent experience (the number of new cases in the population during a specified period of time is called the "incidence rate"). (An epizootic is the same thing but for an animal population.)

ClassificationEdit

Defining an epidemic can be subjective, depending in part on what is "expected". An epidemic may be restricted to one locale (an outbreak), more general (an "epidemic") or even global (pandemic). Because it is based on what is "expected" or thought normal, a few cases of a very rare disease like rabies may be classified as an "epidemic," while many cases of a common disease (like the common cold) would not.

Endemic diseasesEdit

Common diseases that occur at a constant but relatively high rate in the population are said to be "endemic." An example of an endemic disease is malaria in some parts of Africa (for example, Liberia) in which a large portion of the population is expected to get malaria at some point in their lifetimes.

Non-infectious disease usageEdit

The term "epidemic" is often used in a sense to refer to widespread and growing societal problems, for example, in discussions of obesity, mental illness or drug addiction.

Factors stimulating new epidemicsEdit

Factors that have been described by Mark Woolhouse and Sonya Gowtage-Sequeria to stimulate the rise of new epidemics [1] include:

  1. Alterations in agricultural practices and land use
  2. Changes in society and human demographics
  3. Poor population health (e.g. malnutrition, HIV, ...)
  4. Hospitals and medical procedures
  5. Evolution of the pathogen (e.g. increased virulence, drug resistance,)
  6. Contamination of water supplies and food sources
  7. International travel
  8. Failure of public health programs
  9. International trade
  10. Climate change

In addition, several other factors have also been mentioned in different reports, such as the report by professor Andy Dobson [2] and the report by professor Akilesh Mishra [3].These include :

  1. Reduced levels of biodiversity (e.g. through environmental destruction)
  2. Bad urban planning

Pre-emptive measuresEdit

To protect us against the emergence of new epidemics, several preemptive measures have been proposed by professor Nina Marano [4], and Andy Dobson. These include:

  • To eat less food containing animal protein (eg meat, milk, milk-derivates)
  • To eat local food
  • To eat crops according to the season
  • To make agriculture more efficient
  • To avoid destruction of the rainforest
  • To be prepared to pay a higher price for meat

In addition, certain other measures are known to reduce the beneficial factors found above. As such, the measures would also decrease the possible emergence of new epidemics. These measures are:

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