Paragraph Dengue Fever

Dengue fever is a sickness that spreads when mosquitoes bite people. It's caused by a virus. The mosquitoes that carry this virus are called "Aedes" mosquitoes. This illness is more common in warm, tropical places like where we live. When someone gets dengue, they have a high fever for a while, and they might feel pain in their eyes, throw up, have a sore tummy, diarrhea, muscle pain, and red rashes all over their body.

There are two kinds of dengue: one is regular dengue, and the other is dengue hemorrhagic. The first kind gets better faster, but the second kind can cause problems like bleeding, organ failure, or even death if the blood's platelets go down a lot. There aren't any shots to stop dengue, so it's really important to stop it before it starts.

The "Aedes" mosquitoes grow in water that doesn't move, like in puddles and old tires with rainwater. So, we need to make sure our homes are clean and there's no water sitting around. Don't let water stay in flower pots, vases, tires, or puddles. Also, we should keep ourselves safe from mosquito bites. Wear long clothes like pants and sleeves, and use things like nets or sprays that keep mosquitoes away. 

Lately, in Bangladesh, many people got sick with this bad illness, and a lot of them even died. So, if someone has a fever that won't go away, it's important to talk to a doctor to be sure it's not dengue.
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