Mumps may be a infection that primarily affects saliva-producing (salivary) glands that ar situated close to your ears. Mumps can cause swelling in one or both of these glands.




  • Pain in the swollen salivary glands on one or both sides of your face
  • Pain while chewing or swallowing
  • Fever
  • Headache
  • Muscle aches
  • Weakness and fatigue
  • Loss of appetite







Pneumonia is an infection in the lungs. It can be mild or serious. Pneumonia is usually a lot of common in youngsters younger than five years previous.
Pneumonia is AN infection that inflames the air sacs in one or each lungs.

The air sacs might fill with fluid or pus (purulent material), inflicting cough with phlegm or pus, fever, chills, and problem respiratory.
A variety of organisms, as well as bacterium, viruses and fungi, will cause respiratory disorder.

Pneumonia will target seriousness from delicate to grave.
It is most serious for infants and young kids, human older than age sixty five, and other people with health issues or weakened immune systems.



Chest pain when you breathe or cough
Confusion or changes in mental awareness (in adults age sixty five and older)

Cough, which may produce phlegm
Fever, sweating and shaking chills
Lower than traditional temperature (in adults older than age sixty five and other people with weak immune systems)

Nausea, vomiting or diarrhea
Shortness of breath







Poliomyelitis, also referred to as infantile paralysis, may be a extremely contagious infectious disease caused by 3 forms of poliovirus.

The enterovirus may be a virus most recognized for its destruction to the system inflicting paralysis.

The majority of people who area unit infected with polio, however, haven't any symptoms and some have gentle symptoms.

According to the CDC and the World Health Organization (WHO), of those people who do acquire the infection, Polio is a very contagious disease caused by a virus.




  • high Fever,
  • Sore throat,
  • Headache,
  • Vomiting & nausea
  • Fatigue,
  • Back pain or stiffness,
  • Neck pain or stiffness
  • Pain or stiffness in the arms or legs, Muscle weakness or tenderness,







Tuberculosis (TB) could be a doubtless serious infectious disease that principally affects your lungs.

The bacterium that cause TB ar unfold from one person to a different through little droplets released into the air via coughs and sneezes.

Once rare in developed countries, TB infections began increasing in 1985, part because of the emergence of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. HIV weakens a person's system thus it cannot fight the TB germs.




Signs and symptoms of active TB include,

Coughing that lasts 3 or a lot of weeks,

 ejection, blood, Chest pain,or pain with respiration or coughing,

Unintentional weight loss,



Night sweats,

Chills, Loss of appetite,




urinary tract infection,



A tract infection could be a bacterial infection of the bladder (cystitis), the kidneys (pyelonephritis), or both. Normal urine contains no bacteria (germs).

Sometimes, however, bacteria from outside the body gets into the tract and cause infection and inflammation.

This is a tract infection (UTI), which may involve the channel (a condition referred to as urethritis), kidneys (a condition referred to as pyelonephritis), or bladder (a condition referred to as cystitis). Cystitis is that the most common style of tract infection.




  • High Fever,
  • Abdominal fullness,
  • Foul (Bed) smelling urine,
  • low  growth, Weight loss or not  gain weight,
  • Irritability, Vomiting,
  • Poor feeding,
  • Urgency to urinate (having "to go"),
  • Wetting during day and/or night,
  • Frequent urination, Painful or difficult urination,
  • Blood in the urine,
  • Foul smelling urine,
  • Chills,




Whooping cough,



Whooping cough (pertussis) may be a highly contagious tract infection.

In more Children it's marked by a severe hacking cough  sounds like "whoop." Before the vaccine was developed, whooping cough was considered a childhood disease.

Now whooping cough primarily affects youngsters too young to possess completed the total course of vaccinations and teenagers and adults whose immunity has light. Deaths related to whooping cough area unit rare however most typically occur in infants.

That’s why it is so necessary for pregnant girls — and people who can have shut contact with an kid — to be immunized against respiratory disease.




Runny nose,

 Nasal congestion,

 Red, watery eyes,

 Fever, Cough,

 Provoke puking,

 end in a red or blue face, Cause extreme fatigue, finish with a high-pitched "whoop" sound during consequent

breath of air,