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Which diseases do not spread from person to person?

Which diseases do not spread from person to person?<br/>

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Asked by Jennife.urbaez, Last updated: Nov 23, 2020

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J.Spencer

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Answered Jul 03, 2018

C) Non-communicable diseases

Non-Communicable diseasesare non-transferable. In simple words, non-communicable diseases are the diseases that cannot be spread from person to person through physical contact or close proximity to each other. Almost all mental diseases are non-communicable.

C) Non-communicable diseases

Non-Communicable diseasesare non-transferable. In simple words,
Diseases like strokes, blood pressure, skin cancer etc are all non-communicable diseases. Non-communicable diseases are responsible for almost 70% of deaths in the world. That is an impressive number!

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Sophia Lee Ryan

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Answered Aug 18, 2017

(C) Noncommunicable Diseases

If a disease does not spread from person to person, it is called a non-communicable disease. These diseases are often related to genetic factors within the person, and so they are not contagious. A few examples of non-communicable diseases include:

• Alzheimer’s

• Asthma

• Cataracts

• Kidney disease

• Lung disease

• Diabetes

• Fibromyalgia

• Heart disease

• Hypertension (high blood pressure)

• Osteoporosis

• All types of cancer

• As well as other diseases

Many non-communicable diseases are also chronic diseases, which means they will affect a person for the rest of their life. If you know someone with a non-communicable disease, then you don’t have to worry about that condition spreading to you or others around the person. However, if you have a relative suffering from a chronic illness, it’s important to learn if you are also at an increased risk for that disease.

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John Smith

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Answered Aug 09, 2017

Noncommunicable Diseases
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