With Peru and Colombia already under this plague, Rio de Janerio braces itself for a potential outbreak of chikungunya. This incurable virus is transmitted by two different types of mosquitoes and causes headache, muscle and joint pain, fever, and other symptoms. With the close proximity that people live in Rio, and the constant contact with each other, this could well be an epidemic in the hands of the Brazilian government. What steps should be taken to avert catastrophic outcomes? For the full article follow the link below.