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Doctor insights on: What Are The Non Communicable Diseases

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What are the common non communicable and communicable diseases?

What are the common non communicable and communicable diseases?

See CDC website: Too many to name here...I suggest that you contact the center for disease control...They will have common listings for you. You might also reference the merk manual. ...Read more

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What are some examples of highly contagious diseases that are lethal?

What are some examples of highly contagious diseases that are lethal?

Smallpox: Smallpox is the most famous example. Measles is the most contagious disease and was deadly to the American Indians because it was new to them. Ebola has a high fatality rate but isn't super-catching. Pneumonia plague is very deadly but tends to vanish except during epidemics of ordinary plague. HIV untreated is deadly but is quite hard to catch. ...Read more

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What are the most common communicable disease?

Probably: rhinovirus, which is responsible for most colds. ...Read more

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What are the carriers of contagious disease?

What are the carriers of contagious disease?

Complicated: That depends upon which infectious disease to which you are referring. It may be through blood, inhaled droplets, sexual contact, and so on and so on. Be more specific about the illness and the question could be answered more precisely. ...Read more

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What is the difference between infectious diseases and non infectious diseases?

What is the difference between infectious diseases and non infectious diseases?

See below: An infectious disease is caused by microorganisms such as viruses, bacteria, fungi, protozoa and parasites. Infectious diseases can affect almost every organ in the body. Examples are boils, abscesses, influenza, colds, pneumonia, pyelonephritis, amoebic dysentery, hiv/aids, malaria, tuberculosis, histoplasmosis etc. Etc. All other diseases would be non-infectious diseases. ...Read more

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What are non-communicable diseases? What is an example of such a disease?

What are non-communicable diseases? What is an example of such a disease?

Non-communicable: Non-communicable diseases are those that you cannot transmit to another person - in other words, not contagious. Cellulitis. Rheumatoid arthritis. Coronary artery disease. Emphysema. There are many, many, many non-communicable diseases. ...Read more

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What are the types of Lyme desease and are they cureable?

What are the types of Lyme desease and are they cureable?

3 varieties: There are 3 variants of Borrelia, the spirochete associated with Lyme Disease. Stage 1 disease is treatable. The four components of Lyme Disease include the spirochete, accompanying parasites, coinfections, and biotoxins. Treating all four components in stage 1 will detox the disease. ...Read more

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What are the demerits of sexually transmitted disease?

What are the demerits of sexually transmitted disease?

Demerits?: You mean what's bad about them? Well...They're disease for one thing. And they're also sexually transmitted, which means you can give them to other people, including people you might care about. I could go on, but it doesn't seem necessary to specify why it's not good to have sexually transmitted diseases, and there's certainly nothing good about them. ...Read more

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How are an communicable disease and a non-communicable disease different?

Give to others,,,: Communicable diseases can be given to others while non-communicable diseases cannot. ...Read more

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What are the main modes of transmission of infectious diseases?

What are the main modes of transmission of infectious diseases?

Really variable: Please let us know the particular disease so that we can provide you with that information. Can re-ask. ...Read more

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What is the most common communicable and non-communciable diseases among kids?

What is the most common communicable and non-communciable diseases among kids?

Infection in kids: The most communicaable disease infection i would say is common cold. The most non communicable diseasae is hard to say, as children mostly have infections that are ommunicable but probably anemai form poor diet is the one that comes to my mind. ...Read more

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What are the common symptoms of niemann-pick disease?

What are the common symptoms of niemann-pick disease?

N-P Disease SYmptoms: Symptoms are related to the organs in which they accumulate. Just a few examples are enlargement of the liver and spleen, unsteady gait, slurring of speech and discoordinated swallowing. Bone marrow cavities may be enlarged and the cortical bone may be thinned. Reduced appetite, abdominal distension and pain as well as thrombocytopenia secondary to splenomegaly. ...Read more

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What are the most common symptoms of sexually-transmitted disease?

What are the most common symptoms of sexually-transmitted disease?

Varies with STD's: Pelvic pain, pain with voiding, increased temperature, and / or vaginal discharge are common with some std's. Painful sores and warts are associated with other std's. Some std's can affect the liver and the immune system with symptoms related to those organs. ...Read more

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What are the treatments for Hodgkin disease?

What are the treatments for Hodgkin disease?

Radiation and Chemo: the recommended therapy must be individualized on basis of age , extent of disease ,and histopathology of the lesions, Since surgery plays limited therapeutic role ,the mainstays of therapy have been radiation and chemotherapy. ...Read more

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What is transmissible spongiform encephalopathies what are the treatments?

What is transmissible spongiform encephalopathies what are the treatments?

Prion diseases. : Transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (tses) are disease that affect the brain and nervous system. They are caused by unique pathogens called prions, which are abnormally folded proteins. Scrapie, bovine spongiform encephalopathy ("mad cow disease"), and kuru are examples. There is no approved treatments, but vaccines, gene therapies, and custom peptides are being investigated. ...Read more

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What are the most common terminal diseases that affect children?

What are the most common terminal diseases that affect children?

Congenital & cancer: Terminal conditions in children are typically based on age range and best considered as 'causes of death' infants (less than 1 year old): congenital disorders, sids, premature birth children (1-14 years old): unintentional injuries, then cancers, cardiac abnormalities, and finally congenital disorders. ...Read more