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9 hours ago 1. Ischemic heart disease, or coronary artery disease. The deadliest disease in the world is coronary artery disease (CAD). Also called ischemic heart disease, CAD occurs when the …

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2 hours ago Leprosy is still prevalent today, but usually goes by the name Hansen's disease. Globally, nearly 200,000 cases of Hansen's disease are reported to the World Health Organisation (WHO) …

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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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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 …

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7 hours ago As the death toll of COVID-19 rises, we explore the world's other infectious diseases and the effect they have. COVID-19 5 of the world’s deadliest infectious diseases Apr 9, 2020. …

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9 hours ago Taking septicaemic and pneumonic forms the deadly disease can have a case-fatality ratio of 30% - 100% if left untreated. Countries like the Democratic Republic of Congo, Madagascar, …

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8 hours ago Through this article we show you the top 10 deadliest diseases in the world. In 2021, the top 10 causes of death accounted for 55% of the 55.4 million deaths worldwide. The top global …

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1 hours ago Includes Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease and all its variants, fatal familial insomnia, kuru, Gerstmann–Sträussler–Scheinker syndrome and others. Preventable with vaccine and PEP …

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5 hours ago Ischaemic heart disease and stroke are the only causes of death in the top 10 for which the total numbers have gone down between 2000 and 2019, by 16% (or 327 000 deaths) and by 21% …

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Just Now The 5 Deadliest Diseases Impacting South Sudan. Pneumonia. In 2019, UNICEF reported that one child dies every hour from pneumonia, leading to 7,640 deaths of children under 5. In …

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Just Now Many of these diseases can be minimized or prevented through education, public health practices, prevention and adequate treatment. Here is my list of the top 10 deadliest

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2 hours ago The top two deadliest, heart disease and stroke, have been the two leading causes of death in the world since 2000 and account for 65 percent of the 23 million deaths. The world’s

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Just Now Here is my list of the top 10 deadliest diseases of the world. 10. Malaria. Malaria is a deadly disease caused by a parasite which is carried by the female Anopheles mosquito. This …

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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 …

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2 hours ago Professor Dave Wagner ’s research focuses on some of the deadliest diseases known to the human race—including plague, melioidosis, and tularemia (rabbit fever). Many of the diseases

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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 …

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1 hours ago Nature journal (and other places) reported that global excess deaths during the worst covid times were 2-3 times more than the reported covid deaths. That potentially brings us up to 15 million

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Top 10 most deadly diseases in human history

  1. Corona. Now no one is unfamiliar with this epidemic that recognizes as COVID 19. ...
  2. AIDS. HIV is a common type of virus that leads to AIDS. ...
  3. Lung Cancer. ...
  4. Pneumonia. ...
  5. Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) is a viral epidemic that suffered many people in the past. ...
  6. Ischemic Heart Disease. ...
  7. Ebola. ...
  8. Influenza. ...
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What are the top five killer diseases?

  • Heart disease.
  • Cancer.
  • Unintentional injuries.
  • Chronic lower respiratory disease.
  • Stroke and cerebrovascular diseases.
  • Alzheimer’s disease.
  • Diabetes.
  • Influenza and pneumonia.

What are the worst diseases in history?

Top 5 Worst Diseases Of History Smallpox (430 BC- 1979). One of the worst and most deadly of all diseases in history is smallpox. This destructive... Typhus (430 BC – today). The term “Typhus” is derived the Greek word typhos, meaning smoky or lazy, describing the state... Malaria (1600 – today). ...

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Top 5 Worst Diseases Of History

  • Smallpox (430 BC- 1979)
  • Typhus (430 BC – today)
  • Malaria (1600 – today)
  • AIDS (1981 – today)
  • Cholera (1817 – today)

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