Diseases can be grouped into two types: communicable, which can be transferred from one person to another, or from one organism to another, eg in humans, these include measles, food poisoning and malaria.
non-communicable, which are not transferred between people or other organisms.
What do you mean by communicable and noncommunicable diseases?
Communicable diseases are the diseases which passes from one individual to another individual. They are generally caused by some bacteria, viruses or any other pathogens. Non-communicable diseases are the diseases which does not spread from one person to another person.
What are the examples of communicable and noncommunicable diseases?
Examples of non-communicable diseases include diabetes, Alzheimer’s, cancer, osteoporosis, chronic lung disease, stroke, and heart disease. Almost four-fifths of all deaths from non-communicable diseases occur in developing countries.
What is communicable diseases with examples?
If you caught that disease from another person or animal, it is called a communicable disease. These illnesses are usually caused by viruses or bacteria and are passed through the air, through contact with contaminated surfaces, or through contact with bodily fluids. Examples include colds, the flu, or HIV.
What are the 10 non communicable diseases?
The four main types of noncommunicable diseases include cardiovascular disease, cancer, chronic respiratory disease, and diabetes.
Chronic respiratory disease
- chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
- occupational lung diseases, such as black lung.
- pulmonary hypertension.
- cystic fibrosis.