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Names Of Diseases Caused By Bacteria
One: "Strep throat": Bacteria cause many diseases in humans. Some include: strep throat, gonorrhea, some forms of meningitis, some forms of pneumonia, and staph infections of the skin. Most bacterial infections are treated effectively by antibiotics, but antibiotics must be tailored to the specific infection and taken as prescribed in order to help guarantee that the drugs will work. Hope that this helps. ...Read more
No.: Not all bacteria are pathogenic (cause diseases in humans). There are many bacteria that live in the environment around us and do not cause us trouble. There are other types of bacteria that live with / in us and can even be helpful to us. We all have "normal" bacteria in our intestines that in most instances are helpful to us and do not cause diseases. Hope that this helps. ...Read more
NO: No; they assist us with digestion, produce b12, they produce natural antibiotics that keep other bacteria, fungus and parasites out of the systems. So keeping the gut well flourished with probiotics is ideal. I recommend 2 caps three times daily till gas, bloating and odor are eliminated then reducing to 1-2 caps daily for maintenance. Repeat as often as needed www. Medac4u.Com. ...Read more
No: Bacteria are ubiquitous. Our skin is covered with bacteria and the lining of our gastrointestinal tract harbor numerous strains of bacteria that coexist peacefully with us, their hosts. Some of them actually help us with processes like digestion, and fighting infections. Only a fraction of bacteria that exist on earth are harmful to humans. ...Read more
Here we go...: Many diseases can be caused by both bacteria and viruses - for instance you can have bacterial or viral pneumonia. However, common bacterial infections include strep throat, impetigo, some ear infections, sinusitis, pneumonia, and skin infections, especially in areas with open or injured skin. Then there are les common but more serious things like meningitis, sepsis (blood infection). ...Read more
Many different bacteria can cause "common" diseases in humans.
Infections of skin and soft tissue are commonly caused by staph bacteria and other types of bacteria.
While not as common in U.S., tuberculosis is a common infection in the world and is caused by bacteria.
Gonorrhea is a common sexually transmitted disease that is caused by bacteria.
There are many other diseases caused by bacteria. ...Read more
Too may to count: Cooci, bacilli, and spirochetes do a lot of things and cause a lot of disease. I suggest you look them up in your library. ...Read more
Causes of disease: There are many, many causes of infectious disease - bacteria and viruses, but also parasites, protozoa, fungi and infectious proteins. It's always good to try and protect oneself by following simple principles of good health - eating well, getting a good nights sleep, avoiding stress, and toxins such as alcohol and cigarette smoke. Talking to the doctor too about your individual health needs helps ...Read more
Wash and cook: Make sure you thoroughly wash all produce and remove the peel in unable to wash or water supply is questionable. Cook all meats thoroughly and do not use unwashed utensils used too handle raw meat to eat with. Also, ensure you store/refrigerate all left overs and don't let things sit out in the warmth for prolonged periods. ...Read more
Lab tests: Can help to differentiate as it isn't always obvious from symptoms alone. ...Read more
Yes, lots: Not to make you paranoid, but there are countless things that cause disease. Many factors interact with our bodies in a way that can lead to disease. For example, a high salt diet can lead to high blood pressure, which can lead to kidney and heart damage, and damage to other arteries (like stroke). Type 2 diabetes is another complicated disease that can have to do with weight gain. ...Read more
None...: To my knowledge, there are no diseases or specific bacteria associated with urinating in public. There could be unwanted social or legal ramifications associated with peeing in public, so think twice before doing so. Perhaps your question is worded incorrectly and I am not answering the question that are really asking... ...Read more
Home Toilet Paper is clean? I use to dry my face sometimes, but I read that may have bacterias that cause diseases.
Cleaner than most...: Toilet paper in the home bathroom is cleaner than most other things in the bathroom, because it gets used up, and thus is not sitting around collecting germs. Even recycled toilet paper is clean (they're not really recycling somebody's used toilet paper). ...Read more
What is a disease caused by a type of bacteria that grows in the body and produces a poison that affects the nervous system?
I have a constant chest infection caused by various bacteria. I have a low cd3 level but do not have a particular disease. What does it mean?
Other than crest/scleroderma what other virus/bacteria/disease can cause a positive ANA with centromere pattern?
A lab error: The evaluation of these things by an inexperienced technician / pathologist is fraught with possibilities for error. ...Read more
Hi, I suffer from urethritis. Is this diease linked to hiv? Or aids. I also have a internal genital cyst. What bacteria or viruses cause this? .
Can pinworms/ threadworms cause pelvic inflammatory disease by carrying bacteria to the vagina? Does this affect your fertility?
No: These do not carry stis.Get a more detailed answer ›
Acute heart failure/myopathy from an autoimmune disease or virus/bacteria... Wouldn't this cause an abnormal CBC, C-RP & ESR??
Not necessarily: All these are general tests, not specific to a certain disease, you can have all what you mentioned with normal values of the said tests, ...Read more
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