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The answer, unfortunately, is possible. There are four types of dengue virus. If a person is infected by any one of those four types, though it is not entirely impossible to die from it, it very rarely happens. It can even act like a vaccine, providing some immunity from the same type of virus to the infected person. However, if the same person (already infected by one of the four types some times before) gets infected from a different type, - any other of the remaining three, -dengue fever could develop into a more severe form, - earlier known as Dengue Haemorrhagic Fever, presently called as Severe Dengue Fever. That severe form could be fatal. There is neither vaccination nor specific treatment against either Dengue Fever or its more dangerous form, the Severe Dengue Fever. However, prompt medical care could often save life even in the case of the severe form. Since Severe Dengue Fever patients are loosing serious amounts of body fluids, - including blood -, the most vital treatment is keeping the fluid level to optimal, thus diminishing the complications which could have lead to death. More detailed information can be found in the related links.

Dengue has become a global problem since the Second World War and is endemic in more than 110 countries.

Dengue has become a global problem since the Second World War and is endemic in more than 110 countries.

69.9 million people have been infected with HIV/AIDS since the pandemic began.

There were over 1.2 million cases of chlamydia reported in the US in 2009. Since many people are infected without knowing, it's likely that even more were infected that year.

It went from no electronics to electronics

Famous People of the 1960's include Marilyn Monroe, the beach boys, the beatles, 8martin Luther king, and many more!!!!

Things have changed in many ways since the 1960s. The Vietnam war has ended, and the Cold War is no longer discusses. The housing market has gone down, unemployment is high, and prices have gone way up. Mobile phones and computers are now owned by most people.

Yes. Bicycles have been around since about 1885.

since the 1960s, the south has voted mostly for what party?

It has had 8 US Representatives since the 1960s.

Since denque fever is a communicable disease which spreads through the air, it is advisable not to permit kids to mingle with a person affected with the disease. but basically, we should try to protect ourselves from the mosquitoes which cause the disease, rather than keepin a distance with the affected.

since there is destruction of the platelets, the red blood cell production in the bone marrow will increase since the platelet production will not compete with it.

They have developed 39 years since 1960.

AnswerThere is a whole lot less segregation between African-American's and White people. For the most part, America is a safer and more peaceful place in more ways than one.

The 1960s unemployment rate varied from one country to another. Since you have not bothered to specify which country your question refers to, it is not possible to give a more helpful answer.

the answer is "greatly increased ethnic diversity in American society."

computer games existed since the 1960s before the PC

Check out poets listed by the decade they were born.

Audi have more than 35 series of cars since 1960s.

Childrens' games of the 1960s are, for the most part, the same as those played today with the exception of electronic gaming, which did not become commercially viable until roughly the 1970s. Additionally, few new major athletic sports have developed since the 1960s.

- Starvation - Malaria - Dengue - Hypothermia - Measles - Polio - Cancer - Hypertension - Diabetes

Wikipedia lists less than 1,000 people who have died either in the Southern Ocean around the continent or on Antarctica since 1810 -- in 'disasters'. About 15 people are listed as having died on Antarctica in expeditions since 1899. There have also been accidental deaths of temporary workers since the 1960s, but the numbers are not readily available.

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