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The 6 Most Common Infectious Diseases in The World.

In the world has many disease, and we are always worry about infectious disease.

So we should know clearly about the most common infectious disease over the world.
So now i will show you the most common infectious disease and we are literally talking about billions of people that will contract an infectious disease.
1. Hepatitis-B
According to current statistics, hepatitis-B is the most common infectious disease in the world, the Hepatitis B are characterized by an inflammation of the liver that leads to jaundice, nausea, and fatigue, can lead to long-term complications such as cirrhosis of the liver or even liver cancer.

2. Hepatitis-C
Hepatitis-C is a less common and less severe form of hepatitis, but it almost always develops into a chronic, not acute, condition, unlike hepatitis-B. Although only 3 million to 4 million new cases are reported each year, some 180 million people worldwide suffer from this chronic condition, which can lead to liver cancer or cirrhosis of the liver over time.

3. Malaria
Malaria is a mosquito borne disease that tends to affect children the most in tropical and subtropical climates, it is affects more than 500 million people annually and results in anywhere between 1 million and 3 million deaths. Behind hepatitis-B, it appears to be the second most-common infectious disease, and it certainly is one of the most deadly on an annual basis. We should be careful of mosquito.

4. Dengue
we should be careful of mosquitoes for adult and especially baby. So the doctor curse mosquitoes, because a very specific type of mosquito (Aedes aegypti) is responsible for the transmission of dengue to approximately 50 million people each year. Dengue is most common in Africa and Asia and thankfully occurs in only mild to moderate forms, which can cause high fever, severe headaches, and joint and muscle pain, but rarely leads to the death of the infected patient.

5. Tuberculosis
estimating new and ongoing cases for some of these diseases can be downright difficult, and perhaps none more so than tuberculosis. TB is caused by a bacteria found in the lungs that can cause chest pain and a bad cough, as well as lead to a number of other nasty side-effects. According to WHO, it’s also the second-leading global killer behind AIDS as a single infectious agent.
death rates on a global basis are falling; however, there were still 8.6 million new cases of TB reported last year, and roughly one-third of the world’s population carries a latent form of TB, meaning they’ve been infected but aren’t ill and can’t transmit the disease yet.

6. HIV, AIDS, Sexually Transmitted Infections Disease.

Every day, an estimated 5,400 people become infected with HIV globally, and more than 1 million contract a sexually transmitted infection (STI). Currently, an estimated 37 million people are living with HIV, more than two-thirds of whom live in Sub-Saharan Africa. While new cases have been reported in all regions of the world.Women account for more than half the total number of people living with HIV in sub-Saharan Africa. Clearly, the need for quality HIV, AIDS, and STI services is more important than ever.

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