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A disease is condition of the body in which certain parts/functions of the body become impaired or abnormal.

Communicable Disease
A communicable disease is a disease which is contagious or can be passed on from one person or animal to another. Most communicable diseases are caused by small life-forms or micro-organisms called pathogens or germs. Ex. bacteria, viruses, fungi. You may have experienced common flu or cold which are not serious. But there are more serious diseases like the measles and rabies, but they are not so common. Vaccines, or cures are available for some of these illnesses.

Here is a list of communicable diseases. Every disease has specific symptoms.

  1. Chickenpox
  2. Measles
  3. Cholera - Vomiting, diarrhea, leg cramps.
  4. Typhoid - Fever, bodyache, headache, stomachache.
  5. Ringworm - Round or oval, itchy rash on the skin.
  6. Common Cold - Nasal stuffiness, sneezing, sorethroat, cough.
  7. Swine Flu - Fever, cough, headache, fatigue.
  8. Malaria - Fever, chills, bodyache, headache.
  9. Tuberculosis - Fever, dry cough, loss of weight & energy.
Non-Communicable Disease
A non-communicable disease is a disease which is not contagious or which cannot be passed from one person or animal to another.

Here is a list of non-communicable diseases.

  1. Parkinson
  2. Diabetes
  3. Asthma
  4. Cancer
  5. Osteoporosis
  6. Hypertension
  7. Alzimers
  8. Heart diseases