Resurgent outbreaks of infectious diseases are sickening thousands, and the causes are societal
Rising rates of hepatitis A, Legionnaires’ disease and other scourges carried by viruses, bacteria and parasites are scarring U.S. cities.
Infectious diseases, once thought to be on the wane, are making a comeback, driven by widening economic inequality and microbe-vulnerable buildings.
Not only the poor but the well off are at risk, as disease transmission crosses lines of health and wealth.
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