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What is Cholera?

Cholera is a disease that affect the small intestine. It's often caused by bad hygiene and dirty drinking water, and even seafood that hasn't been fully cooked. Cholera was at a peak of people infected in the 1800's, and was spread by contaminated water. Symptoms can take from five hours to five days after infection to show. Cholera is extremely common in dirty areas and places with poor sanitation.