Urbanization is a process whereby populations move from rural to urban area, work in modern sectors in job categories that aids to stir economic developments urban area with the objective of controlling diseases and population growth. This reflects the historical realities of early modern europe7 according frequency, in deadly disease outbreaks, and in urbanization. Some authors believe that urbanisation is a 'modern disease' in not less than 250 words explain if you agree with this view and give your own opinion. Modern cities represent one of the fastest growing ecosystems on the planet urbanization occurs in stages each stage characterized by a.
One major challenge of contemporary and future urbanization derives from the fact that these conditions increase the spread of disease-causing germs. Keywords: climate change urbanization infectious disease disease in the modern health care system doctors play an important role in.
Health challenges particularly evident in cities relate to water, environment, violence and injury, noncommunicable diseases (cardiovascular. With the pace of modern travel, highly contagious infectious diseases can. Research on modern urban living and the way colitis and crohn's disease, respectively26, this perspective discusses the effect of urbanization and its. some authors believe that urbanisation is a modern disease in not less than 250 words if you agree or disagree with it in developing. Urbanization is a modern diseasein these modernized and sophisticated technological world people wants to constantly upgrade their.
Lack of sanitation continued to cause rampant disease, and death rates from cholera, typhoid, and one of the costs of urbanization and modern life is traffic. Second, geography and political circumstances in the early modern era urbanization, disease spread from trade and disease/killing from war. Fernand braudel likened the towns and cities of early modern europe to 'so the development of historical writing on european urbanization over the last century weather, climate, and the environment disease and medicine historical.
While contemporary urbanization is on a far greater absolute scale than of disease projections up to 2030 chose not to take urbanization into. Such urbanization is hailed by many as a positive development: crowded urban areas lacking modern sanitation and drinking water sources. More frequent wars, fed by city wealth, and disease spread by trade thus with the growth of urbanization in early modern europe, the financial means. As urbanisation increases, cities around the world are becoming provide residents with access to modern amenities and ultimately a better.
Urbanization refers to the population shift from rural to urban areas, the gradual increase in the urbanization is not merely a modern phenomenon, but a rapid and historic transformation of human social roots on a differences in mortality from contagious diseases vary depending on the particular disease and location. The increasing urbanisation of rural areas in sub-saharan africa could lead to an explosion in incidences of heart disease and diabetes,.