Why were diseases such a threat in cities during the Industrial Revolution?

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Because everyone lived in such close quarters and they didn't understand the nature of bacteria and viruses so their lifestyle wasn't very sanitary as well as the lack of vaccines and proper medicine.
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Why did cities grow during the Industrial Revolution?

The Industrial Revolution saw the birth of factories, which started making many goods that people from the countryside made by hand, and the factories made them cheaper and fo

What were cities like during the Industrial Revolution?

Overcrowded and Unhealthy. The poor lower class lived in slums on the outskirts of the city. No sewer systems, and a low amount of running water in these areas. Harsh life for

What diseases were prevalent during the Industrial Revolution?

Howdy. The diseases that were most commons during the IR were cholera, typhoid and tyfus. Living conditions in industrial towns were often poor; waste was left exposed, people

City life during the industrial revolution?

During the industrial revolution, urban life began to develop. Thecity's were often cramped and dirty. Several generations would livein one, small home. There were also large

How did cities change during the Industrial Revolution?

The Industrial Revolution caused a sharp shift from most peopleliving in rural areas to many living in cities due to the increasedjob opportunities at factories, etc. The extr
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What were the diseases during the Industrial Revolution?

Disease accounted for many deaths in industrial cities during the Industrial Revolution. With a chronic lack of hygiene, little knowledge of sanitary care and no knowledge as
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Why were diseases such a threat in cities during Industrial Revolution?

During the industrial revolution: - the populations in cities increased, attracted by the job opportunities in factories - the general public lacked education in hygiene a