Human beings are the most dominant and strongest creature on this planet. We have done a lot of marvelous things in the past that shapes our society today. But there are actually things that can overpower us which are called diseases. Throughout history, humans acquired a lot of deadliest diseases.
That’s why today, we will look at that list of deadliest diseases that afflicted mankind.
This an infection in our small intestine that can be transmitted through drinking or eating food that contains the feces of an infected person.
Almost 5 million people are getting infected by this disease each year and 100,000 dies from it every year.
Most people have their vaccines for smallpox, but some countries are still afflicted by the disease. Around 500 million people have died because of this disease.
This disease is transmitted by the bite of a female mosquito. It is mostly found in Africa and South America.
There are millions of people who have died after feeling the fever-like effects including chills, headache, nausea, and more.
It is a disease that generally attacks the lungs when it affects a person. Someone can acquire this if he has contact with the airborne saliva of a patient. Almost one-third of the world today suffers from tuberculosis.
This disease is commonly known as the common flu which is transmitted in the same manner as tuberculosis. But the virus can be stopped from spreading by frequent hand washing.
It is a viral respiratory disease in mankind. The last outbreak of this disease was in June of 2003. SARS was not eradicated completely that’s why there is still a chance that it can occur again.
Leprosy is a disease that deforms the skin. There are some treatments that have been discovered, but there are still people who are suffering from it which can lead to death.
It is a disease that can be spread through respiration. That’s why the 90-percent of people who are living in one house will most likely to be infected.
Most victims of Measles survive, but when problems occur such as bronchitis, it can be deadly.
HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) which causes AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome) is a progressive failure of the human immune system.
It can have life-threatening infections and it can increase the risk for the infected person to have cancer. AIDS has caused over 30 million deaths since it was discovered.
It is a mosquito-borne infectious disease that may cause symptoms like fever or headache. However, if not treated immediately, this will lead to a comatose or even death. As of now, there is still no vaccine for it.