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Names of the most 100 common diseases of human body?

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  • Answer: Some common diseases that are serious include the following. I have included the top five most common.
    1. Cancer, (malignant neoplasm).
    2. Heart disease.
    3. Diabetes.
    4. Asthma.
    5. Obesity. (this is now considered a disease).
  • Answer: Epidermis (skin), hair, finger nails, and toe nails.
  • Answer: Parts of the human body include the head, torso, arms, legs, hands,and feet. Internal organs include the brain, heart, and stomach.
  • Answer: only one:



    the human condition.


    its like a disease all of its own encompasing all other diseases
  • Answer: For the immune system to work properly, two things must happen: first, the body must recognize that it has been invaded, either by pathogens or toxins or by some other outside threat. Second, the immune response must be activated quickly, before the invaders destroy many body tissue cells. For the immune system to respond effectively, several conditions must be in place, including the proper interaction of non-specific and specific defenses. The nonspecific defenses on the skin do not identify the antigen (a substance capable of stimulating an immune response or reaction) that is attacking or potentially attacking the body; instead, these defenses simply react to the presence of what it identifies as something foreign. Often, the nonspecific defenses effectively destroy microorganisms, but if these defenses prove ineffective and the microorganisms manage to infect tissues, the specific defenses go into action. The specific defenses function by detecting the antigen in question and mounting a response that targets it for destruction.antibody
  • Answer: The common way to examine human body is to do inspection, palpation, percussion and auscultation.
  • Answer: Certain diseases such as AIDS can weaken the bodies immune systemmaking it more susceptible to infections and other conditions.actually once the immune system is destroyed, all kinds of diseaseswill knock your door.
  • Answer: The skin and mucous membranes play a major role in protecting the body from diseases by keeping out foreign agents. There are also phagocytes, which are cells that "eat" pathogens which are harmful to the body. Another line of defense that our body has are the T lymphocytes, and the B lymphocytes which recognize foreign agents or particles called antigens and responds to them accordingly. The human body will also raise the temperature from 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit which is a perfect environment for bacteria to thrive, to a higher temperature of at least 100 Fahrenheit. This makes it harder for the bacteria to survive, this defense is most commonly known as a fever.
  • Answer: if your bidy cannot beak down food, you wont the nutrients you need , plus its hard for ur body to elimante waste products.. so u die.
  • Answer: what are the first most common type of infection in the body
  • Answer: It varies ... from a few minutes to the rest of your life.
  • Answer: The hundreds of different viruses responsible for causing a common cold all make their attack on the human body in the upper respiratory tract. The virus particles attach to the cells of the mucous tissue in sinuses, nose, mouth, eyes, throat and trachea first. The bronchial tubes and lungs also can be affected. In addition to the respiratory system and eyes, the immune system is triggered to work to rid your body of the invader with an immune response, which will employ resources from the circulatory system and blood forming organs.