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4 hours ago The deadliest disease in the world is coronary artery disease (CAD). CAD, also called ischemic heart disease, occurs when the blood vessels that supply blood to the heart become narrowed. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that about 7.4 million people died of ischemic heart disease in 2012.

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9 hours ago Read on to see the top 10 diseases causing the most deaths worldwide, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). 1. Ischemic …

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9 hours ago 2010-2019, 10,075. Yemen cholera outbreak. 2016–2021, in Yemen. 3,886 (as of 30 November 2019) 4. Smallpox. Luckily, we don’t hear about smallpox these days, as it has been completely eradicated due to vaccination. But once, it …

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2 hours ago 1. The Black Death: Bubonic Plague. The Black Death ravaged most of Europe and the Mediterranean from 1346 until 1353. Over 50 million …

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3 hours ago Deadliest infectious diseases in the world, ranked. COVID-19 has spread to nearly every corner of the Earth, save Antarctica, forcing border closures and stay-at-home orders and triggering a

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5 hours ago 6. Cholera. Cholera is one of the most infectious diseases and is easily passed through contaminated food and water. Historically it has ripped through communities leaving half dead, even now it is estimated to kill …

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1 hours ago 71 rows · Includes Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease and all its variants, fatal familial insomnia, kuru, Gerstmann–Sträussler–Scheinker syndrome and others. Preventable with vaccine and PEP but, once the symptoms manifest, the CFR is almost always 100%. 150 cases worldwide, only < 10 survivors have been identified.

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2 hours ago Mosquito-borne diseases kill millions of people each year. One of the most devastating diseases affecting the world is Dengue. The deadly infection claims the lives of 50,000 people each year. The

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7 hours ago Coronary Artery Disease. This is ranked as the number one deadliest disease in the world now. Over 8.8 million of people died due to this disease only in 2015. This is also known as the ischemic heart disease and this is caused when the blood vessels that supply blood to the heart get narrowed. High blood pressure, high cholesterol, smoking

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2 hours ago The global problem of infectious and deadly diseases caused by bacteria is becoming one of the major scientific and medical issues at present. Here are the world’s top 14 most infectious and deadliest bacterial diseases

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7 hours ago 252 rows · This is a list of the largest known epidemics and pandemics caused by an infectious disease.Widespread non-communicable diseases such as cardiovascular disease and cancer are not included. An epidemic is the rapid …

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2 hours ago Ranking 8 th in the list of deadliest diseases are diarrheal diseases. These are the second leading form of infections associated with global mortality and the 2 nd most common cause of death among children below 5 …

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8 hours ago But, the older diseases in the world have been scarier and more deadly. There is a lot we can learn from those and understand how to survive this pandemic. Here is a list of some of the Most Deadly Diseases in History. 1. HIV/ AIDS Pandemic (2005 – 2012 {At its peak}) 2. Hong Kong Flu Pandemic (1968) 3.

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5 hours ago Lower respiratory infections remained the world’s most deadly communicable disease, ranked as the 4th leading cause of death. However, the number of deaths has gone down substantially: in 2019 it claimed 2.6 million lives, 460 000 fewer than in 2000. Neonatal conditions are ranked 5th. However, deaths from neonatal conditions are one of the

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6 hours ago Rotavirus, the most common cause of viral gastroenteritis (inflammation of the stomach and intestines), is a diarrheal disease that can be deadly. In 2013, rotavirus killed 215,000 children under

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8 hours ago Let’s get in to the top 10 deadliest diseases in the world. 10. Cirrhosis. Cirrhosis is a late stage of scarring (fibrosis) of the liver caused by many forms of liver diseases and conditions, such as hepatitis and chronic alcoholism. Each time your liver is injured — whether by disease, excessive alcohol consumption or another cause — it

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6 hours ago Hypertension. Hyperlipidemia. Neonatal jaundice. Chickenpox. In addition to these diseases, the following are some of the most widespread conditions of affecting the vital organs/ organ systems of the body- brain, heart, liver, kidneys, lungs, endocrine system, and blood – that have high DALYs. Brain diseases.

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  1. Tuberculosis. About 10 million people fell ill with tuberculosis (TB) in 2018, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
  2. Measles. Measles is a highly contagious, serious disease, caused by a virus and spread through coughs, sneezes and close contact.
  3. Malaria. History has shown malaria can be effectively managed. ...
  4. Influenza. ...
  5. Diarrhoeal disease. ...

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Risk factors for diarrheal diseases include:

  • living in an area with poor sanitary conditions
  • no access to clean water
  • age, with children being the most likely to experience severe symptoms of diarrheal diseases
  • malnourishment
  • a weakened immune system

What is the most deadly disease in history?

World's Deadliest Diseases in the History

  1. Bubonic Plague. The bubonic plague is a serious infectious disease that is caused by the bacillus Yersinia pestis. ...
  2. Influenza. Influenza (also called the flu) is a highly contagious disease that attacks the respiratory system and is caused by a number of types of influenza viruses.
  3. Cholera. ...
  4. Smallpox. ...
  5. Typhus. ...
  6. HIV/AIDS. ...
  7. Dengue fever. ...
  8. Malaria. ...
  9. Coronavirus. ...

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