Pathogenic bacteria produce poisonous substances that can cause serious diseases. Discover seven scary diseases that are caused by bacteria.
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Bacterial disease, any of a variety of illnesses caused by bacteria. Bacterial diseases were once leading causes of death. Improved sanitation, vaccines, and antibiotics significantly decreased mortality rates. Learn more about types of bacterial disease and the mechanism by which bacteria cause illness.
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Treatment for overactive and underactive adrenal glands at Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin.
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The adrenal glands, located on the top of each kidney, are responsible for releasing different hormones. Adrenal gland disorders occur when the adrenal glands produce too much or too little of these hormones.
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Throat cancer describes an agglomeration of various kinds of cancer that affect the throat and adjacent areas. In many cases, symptoms only appear during more advanced stages, making it crucial for at-risk individuals to receive periodic exams to rule out possible tumors.
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A major cause of eye problems is allergic, bacterial or viral conjunctivitis (inflammation of the ‘wet’ surfaces of the eye). Find out what products are available for conjunctivitis.
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Occupational Therapy in Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNF) | Seniors Flourish
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Internal bleeding is bleeding that occurs within your body. An injury that damages the outside of your body is easy to see. Internal bleeding, however, isn’t as easy to see or diagnose. Although internal bleeding is often the result of trauma or an injury, it can also result from conditions like gastritis. Learn more.
— Read on www.healthline.com/health/internal-bleeding