Chagas disease is a clear growing rapidly across the world. So be careful. Chagas disease is transmitted by parasites, the one-celled animal parasite Trypanosoma cruzi. We know that T. cruzi, especially in South American countries such as Peru and Bolivia, but the area of distribution seems to expand. The infection occurs via the blood.
Think of a blood transfusion with contaminated blood or transfer of a mother on an unborn child. Note: where you travel and observe the symptoms. The well-known malaria and dengue fever has been a great competitor.
Chagas disease is named after its discoverer in 1909, Carlos Ribeiro Justiniano Chagas. Relatively new is that we know this disease especially in Latin America on further outbreak seems to stand to the United States of America, Canada, but also some South European countries. What a relatively local, but very serious problem, may be represented by the greatly increased mobility in the world, spreading further.