In the Article "Zika can damage the brains of even adults" Megan Rosen explains how Zika is deadly and dangerous to your brain cells. She does this by explaining how adults are most at risk of getting the Zika virus and that a mosquito is responsible for spreading the disease. she also tells you that the Zika virus is a threat to the pregnant woman and their babies. this information is important because Zika spreads faster it could be more of a threat in the future. in conclusion, this article should be read third because it has the most amount of information and it is a complex topic. this article also addresses subtopics that vaguer articles wouldn't address
in the article "The Black Death: Bubonic Plague" History for kids explains how the bubonic plague is deadly and how it was a big problem. they do this by explaining how fleas were responsible for the spread of the disease and that the disease spread quickly. in one part of the article, they also tell you how doctors tried working for a cure and tried weird methods to get rid of the disease. this information is important because it talks about how the bubonic plague was a problem and how it spread fast. it also was a problem because there was not a problem for a long time and when doctors did devolve a cure some of them didn't work. to conclude, this article should be read second because it has more information than the first one but it is a solid article to gain background information from.
in the article Newsela "Explainer: What is a virus" Newsela explains how viruses are dangerous and how vaccines help. they do this by explaining how viruses are very complicated. they also tell you how viruses can cause deadly disease like cancer. this information is important because if in the future viruses adapt then they could become more dangerous and they could start attacking more vulnerable parts of our bodies like the brain. in conclusion, this article should be read first because it has the most information about diseases and it is very vague.