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How would you group the diseases below? What are the similarities and differences between these diseases?

coronary heard disease [CHD],
obesity and
common cancers [lung, prostate, breast and cervical]

Is there a word or words that would mean these diseases?
Are there other diseases you would add to this group?

I am not sure if I remember it correctly but seeing your list, the words "Deadly Orchestra" and "Diseases of Lifestyle" come to mind. We discussed these somewhere in Medical/Surgical Conditions.  (+ info)

What are the causes of aids and sexually transmitted diseases and where did the diseases?

I don't think gay people are the cause of those diseases.

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What kind of diseases can you get from smoking ciggaretes off the ground?

One of my friends has this disgusting habit, and I would like to know what kind of diseases you can get from this. He says nothing will happen to him, but besides lung cancer, what illnesses/diseases can you get from smoking used ciggaretes off the ground?

Depends on how old the cigarette and existing saliva is. Most diseases and viruses cannot like outside the body for extended period of time. Some Hepatitis strains can survive for several days, as can some worse strains of the flu. Honestly, I'd be more worried about the germs it has picked up off the ground than diseases. While it's not THAT big a risk, it is a risk and it's just plain gross. Try to talk him out of it.  (+ info)

How much percent is the possibility of catching sexual diseases even if you wear a condom?

I want to know how much percent is the chance of catching sexual diseases (AIDS etc.) for men when you wear a condom and have a sexual intercouse with a prostitute or woman who has a sexual disease ?

if the condom is used correctly you have a 98-99% Chance of not getting a STD.  (+ info)

What diseases affect the pituitary gland?

I am doing a science project and wanted to know what diseases affected the pituitary gland.

hormonal diseases.  (+ info)

What diseases affect the male and female reproductive system?

what are some diseases that actually affect the male and female reproductive system? i need 5.

sexually transmitted diseases
high blood pressure  (+ info)

What diseases can cause the same symptoms as anxiety disorder?

I was doing some research (helping a friend) who complains of being constantly dizzy and disoriented. He had a panic attack in his car a few months ago and now everytime he gets into his car he comes close to suffering another one. However, the dizziness and disorientation (he also has problems sleeping) are constant, car or not. His parents think it's anxiety but I'm not quite sure.

What other diseases or disorders can cause those symptoms?

Hyperthyroidism?  (+ info)

What diseases does the doctor check for during a checkup?

I had to go to the doctor for a checkup and various immunizations before college. I wanted to also get tested for STDs. The thing is, I'm pretty sure I don't have any (I'm not sexually active) but I don't want any surprises like HPV from sharing lip gloss. Anyway, I went to the doctor last week for a checkup and I wanted to know what diseases the doctors check for.

They dont check for diseases they check for symptoms.

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What diseases and disabilities are linked to chromosome 17? I need a full list please.?

Can someone please make a list of all the diseases, disabilities and conditions linked to chromosome 17?

Genetics Home Reference includes these conditions related to genes on chromosome 17:

Alexander disease
Amish lethal microcephaly
Andersen-Tawil syndrome
Birt-Hogg-Dubé syndrome
bladder cancer
breast cancer
campomelic dysplasia
Canavan disease
Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease
Ehlers-Danlos syndrome
epidermolysis bullosa simplex
familial atrial fibrillation
hereditary folate malabsorption
hereditary neuropathy with liability to pressure palsies
hyperkalemic periodic paralysis
hypokalemic periodic paralysis
Job syndrome
Li-Fraumeni syndrome
N-acetylglutamate synthase deficiency
neurofibromatosis type 1
nonsyndromic deafness
osteogenesis imperfecta
pachyonychia congenita
paramyotonia congenita
Pompe disease
potassium-aggravated myotonia
pyridoxal 5'-phosphate-dependent epilepsy
short QT syndrome
Smith-Magenis syndrome
tetra-amelia syndrome
Usher syndrome
very long-chain acyl-coenzyme A dehydrogenase deficiency
Chromosome Trisomy 17 p 11.2- Down's Syndrome

GeneCards provides a table of genes on chromosome 17 and disorders related to those genes.  (+ info)

Why are older people more vulnerable to diseases and illnesses?

Why is it that the older you get, the more vulnerable you are to diseases and illnesses?

Everything begins to wear out as we grow older, including our immune systems. The same thing happens to our eyes with cataracts, our joints with arthritis, and our hearing with age-related deafness. Stuff just wears out.  (+ info)

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