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Malaria:  Malaria is caused by a parasite which is spread by the anopheles mosquito.

Typhoid: Typhoid is caused by a bacteria found in urine or faeces.

Cholera: Cholera is caused by a bacteria found in contaminated water and food.

Dysentery:Dysentery is caused by protozoa (amoeba) found in human faeces.

Scabies: Scabies is caused by mites found in places where there is poor personal hygiene.

 

Bilhazia: 

Bilhazia is caused by parasitic snails found in fresh water.

Ringworms: 

Ringworms are caused by fungi which affects the skin.

Tuberculosis (TB): 

Tuberculosis is caused by bacteria which affects different parts of the body such as the lungs.

 

See also:

ENVIRONMENT

HUMAN DISEASES – BACTERIAL DISEASES

SYNTHETIC FIBRES

BURNS

CUTS AND BRUISES

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