4 Diseases That Can Ruin Your Summer Vacations

Rising temperature, sweltering heat and humid environment gives rise to a myriad of diseases and infections, threatening your summer vacations – sometimes even your life. Soaring mercury levels facilitate the incubation and spread of several pathogens; the process being amplified by factors like excessive filth, water contamination and uncontrolled pollution. Defending oneself from hordes of bacteria and viruses should be a top priority to survive the dry months of summer. Children and older people are highly vulnerable to a plethora of infections as they possess sub-normal levels of immunity. Keeping yourselves well informed about certain common summer diseases can help in taking appropriate precautions and prevent the spread of infections to an epidemic proportion. In this blog, we shed light on a few commonly seen diseases during the months of summer in India.

1. Chicken Pox

Chicken pox





2. Typhoid





3. Dengue Fever





4. Cholera 



– By Dr. Mohammed T Ahmed


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