- Cardiovascular diseases. Cardiovascular diseases account for the most non-communicable disease deaths.
- Preventable cancers.
- Chronic respiratory diseases.
- Mental health conditions.
How infectious diseases are caused?
Infectious diseases are caused by organisms (germs) such as bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasites. Germs are a part of everyday life and are found in the air, soil, water and in and on our bodies. Some germs are helpful and even help us to stay healthy, while others are harmful and cause infection.
What are 5 ways diseases are spread?
- Nose, mouth, or eyes to hands to others: Germs can spread to the hands by sneezing, coughing, or rubbing the eyes and then can be transferred to other family members or friends.
- Hands to food:
- Food to hands to food:
- Infected child to hands to other children:
- Animals to people:
What are the different types of diseases and their causes?
|List of Diseases|
|Whooping cough||Bordetella pertussis|
|Human papillomavirus infection||Human papillomavirus|
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