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Cholera Deaths Up in Haiti, With Worst to Come

• NY Times
The death toll in Haiti’s cholera epidemic has reached more than 900, the government reported Sunday, as aid groups rushed soap and clean water to a disaster-wracked population to fight the disease.

The Ministry of Health reported that as of Friday, there had been 917 deaths and more than 14,600 were hospitalized with cholera-like symptoms. That is up from the 724 deaths and 11,125 hospitalizations reported a few days before.

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Comment by Anonymous
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Did you notice someone said the people dying by the thousands in this badly stricken Caribbean country is caused by immigration and overpopulation diarrhea ?

Diarrhea is loose, watery, and frequent stool of the cholera epidemic. It is considered chronic (long-term) when you have had loose or frequent stools for more than 4 weeks. At you have him for more than 4 weeks -- with this "frequent stool" of written immigration and overpopulation discharges caused by the loose movement of the bug carrier named Frosty, a.k.a. Frostytute [yeah, you pronounced it right].

Comment by Anonymous
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Hygiene is expensive to the people especially to the poor, and cholera is a dreaded disease that claims lives of thousands and as of the United Nations' count to hundreds of thousands in the days ahead. This alarming death toll is caused by cholera, not by immigration and population explosion mentioned in Frosty a.k.a. Frostytitute's trashy articles. That's another form of disease.

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