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Why were there major health problems in the British Caribbean between 1838-1876?

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    The major health problem was economic:Sugar collapsed, and the carribean was dependent on sugar plantations. The slaves suffered terribly. Colera was rampant. Hunger was rampant. Disease was rampant.

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