Similar Questions

  • Answer: Cold flu Swine flu measles, whooping cough, chickenpox, smallpox,cholera,typhoid,

    tuberculosis.leprosy,dirrheal disease,malaria etc.
  • Answer: 1. Tuberculosis
    2. Typhus Fever
    3. Chlamydia
    4. Anthrax
    5. Malaria
  • Answer: Cancer, diabetes, asthma, hypertension, osteoporosis, autoimmune, trauma, fractures, mental disorders, malnutrition, poisoning, and hormonal conditions.
  • Answer: chicken poxs

    small poxs
  • Answer: Tuberculosis, strep throat, flu, including swine flu, common cold, typhoid, hepatitis A, bacteria and amoebic dysentery, cholera, leprosy, scabies. The list can be very long.
  • Answer: Cancer or any other diseases contracted that cannot be transferred to another individual.
  • Answer: Communicable diseases are diseases that are passed from person toperson. Ten examples of communicable disease are the common cold,whooping cough, HIV, gastroenteritis, strep throat, gonorrhea,conjunctivitis, fifth disease, hepatitis, and rotavirus.
  • Answer: Diseases like the common cold, strep throat or mononucleosis are caused by bacteria or viruses that can spread from person to person, meaning they are COMMUNICABLE.
    Noncommunicable diseases are thing like diabetes, obesity or cancer. You can not get diabetes by holding someones hand if they have it.

    ANSWER: Some causes of noncommunicable diseases are genes, poor diet and exercise, and smoking tobacco products.
  • Answer: There are 5 very communicable diseases including Tuberculosis. Theother 4 communicable diseases are HIV, Chlamydia, Hepatitis A, andHepatitis B.
  • Answer: A disease spread easily between persins
  • Answer: Communicable diseases are diseases that are typically verydangerous and very contagious. Usually, diseases of this kind arespread by one person that catches the illness and unknowingly givesit to others.
  • Answer: poor choices on lifestlye likes drugs,alcohol,etc.
  • Answer: Four communicable diseases -1. Typhoid2.Tuberculosis3.Malaria4. cholera
  • Answer: a communicable disease is also known as an infectious disease, contagious disease, or a transmissible disease. a communicable disease is one which is clinically evident (shows characteristic signs and symptoms) and can result from infection/presence/growth of a pathogen. pathogens include bacteria, viruses, parasites, fungi etc. transmission of such a pathogen can occur via physical contact, contaminated food, body fluids (as with STIs), contaminated objects, airborne inhalation, or through vector organisms (as with malaria).
  • Answer: A communicable disease is HIV/AIDS. Communicable diseases can betransferred from person to person with ease. Sanitizing your handscan help you reduce contracting a communicable disease.

How communicable diseases spread?

  • .kissing and sneezing

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