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Doctor insights on: Names Of Diseases Caused By Bacteria

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Are most diseases caused by bacteria?

Are most diseases caused by bacteria?

Diseases may be: caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi, toxins, parasites or prions. There are many types of pathogens. ...Read more

Bacteria (Definition)

Are omnipresent single celled organisms which are the both the simplest form of life and the original form of life on earth. The are ...Read more


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What are a few 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

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What are examples of diseases caused by bacteria?

What are examples of diseases caused by bacteria?

Here are all of: the bacterial diseases that you could ever want to know about: http://www.health.ri.gov/diseases/infectious/ ...Read more

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Can you please list the most common human diseases caused by bacteria of the bacillus genus?

Can you please list the most common human diseases caused by bacteria of the bacillus genus?

Several diseases...: The genus bacillus includes several gram positive spore forming bacterial types. These can cause many forms of infections including but not necessarily limited to "anthrax", gastroenteritis, blood stream infections, and infections of the heart called endocarditis. ...Read more

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Are there skin diseases caused by bacteria?

Are there skin diseases caused by bacteria?

Bacteria: Some skin diseases are totally caused by bacteria, such as an infection of the skin (impetigo or cellulitis). Some diseases have several contributing causes and bacteria can be one of these contributing causes (acne). ...Read more

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Do all bacteria cause diseases?

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

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Can good bacteria cause disease?

Can good bacteria cause disease?

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

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Do all bacteria normally cause disease?

Do all bacteria normally cause disease?

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

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What 're diseases children often get caused by bacteria? Thanks

What 're diseases children often get caused by bacteria? Thanks

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

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Could you tell me what are some common diseases in humans cause by bacteria?

Could you tell me what are some common diseases in humans cause by bacteria?

Many diseases: 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

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Does the pneumonia bacteria cause any other diseases?

Does the pneumonia bacteria cause any other diseases?

Yes, there: are many types of bacteria that can cause pneumonia, and most can cause infections elsewhere in the body under the right conditions. ...Read more

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What diseases are caused by Cocci, Bacilli, and SpirillaSpirilla bacteria?

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

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How do you eliminate bacteria that cause food borne disease?

How do you eliminate bacteria that cause food borne disease?

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

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How can I tell if a disease is caused by a virus or bacteria?

Lab tests: can help to differentiate as it isn't always obvious from symptoms alone. ...Read more

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What are common other things, besides bacteria and viruses, that cause disease?

What are common other things, besides bacteria and viruses, that cause disease?

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

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Can you please describe the diseases and bacteria that is caused by public urination?

Can you please describe the diseases and bacteria that is caused by public urination?

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

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Home Toilet Paper is clean? I use to dry my face sometimes, but i read that may have bacterias that cause diseases.

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

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Hi, is there a water borne bacteria that can cause a liver diasease?

Hi, is there a water borne bacteria that can cause a liver diasease?

Not that I am aware: To my knowledge, water-borne bacteria do not cause liver disease. Hepatitis A and E, which are viruses, can be transmitted through water. There is also a parasitic infection called schistosomiasis that affects the liver and is water-borne. ...Read more

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If some disease is contagious doesa that mean it has to be caused by a bacteria or virus?

If some disease is contagious doesa that mean it has to be caused by a bacteria or virus?

Both are possible: Both bacteria and viruses can be contagious. Always practice good hygiene. Washing you hands is the best prevention. Wishing you the best. ...Read more