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diseases, plural;
  1. A disorder of structure or function in a human, animal, or plant, esp. one that produces specific signs or symptoms or that affects a specific location and is not simply a direct result of physical injury
    • - bacterial meningitis is a rare disease
    • - a possible cause of heart disease
  2. A particular quality, habit, or disposition regarded as adversely affecting a person or group of people
    • - departmental administration has often led to the dread disease of departmentalitis

  1. an impairment of health or a condition of abnormal functioning
  2. (diseased) caused by or altered by or manifesting disease or pathology; "diseased tonsils"; "a morbid growth"; "pathologic tissue"; "pathological bodily processes"
  3. A disease is an abnormal condition affecting the body of an organism. It is often construed to be a medical condition associated with specific symptoms and signs. ...
  4. Disease is the second studio album by the industrial/horror techno band G.G.F.H.. This album saw the band take a more techno approach, pushing aside the sludgier sound of their earlier material. ...
  5. "Disease" is the first single from Matchbox Twenty's third album, More Than You Think You Are. It was co-written by Matchbox Twenty lead singer Rob Thomas and The Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger. ...
  6. This article is a list of diseases of grapes (Vitis spp.).
  7. An abnormal condition of the body or mind that causes discomfort or dysfunction; distinct from injury insofar as the latter is usually instantaneously acquired; Any abnormal or harmful condition, as of society, people's attitudes, way of living etc; To cause unease; to annoy, irritate; To ...
  8. (diseased) Affected with or suffering from disease
  9. (66. diseases) Europeans brought diseases with them to New World - the diseases killed off the Native American population (especially small pox)
  10. (Diseases) "Finally, it should be observed that those whose illness is communicable, such as the scrofulous, the scorbutic, the herpetic, the syphilitic, and so on, will not be able to marry, or will be permitted to marry only women past fifty, who might be willing to expose themselves to the ...
  11. (Diseases) Because it's funny to laugh at people who are hurting…and Wikipedia tries to keep a straight face.
  12. (Diseases) Like other animals, fish can suffer from a wide variety of diseases and parasites. To prevent disease they have a variety of non-specific defences and specific defences. ...
  13. (Diseases) Sjogren's syndrome is an autoimmune disorder whose symptoms include dry mouth and dry eyes
  14. (Diseases) The skeleton can be affected by many diseases, affecting physical mobility and strength. These range from minor to extremely debilitating. Bone cancer and bone tumors[?] are extremely serious and often require amputation of the affected limb. ...
  15. (Diseases) are but the result of impinged nerves. 95 per cent of these are caused by vertebral sub-luxations which impinge nerves. ...
  16. (Diseases) do not have formal latin names like organisms, but most do have common names. These names may be taken from the host, symptoms, pathogen, and/or the kind of disease. Sometimes, part of the latin name of the pathogen is included in the disease name. ...
  17. Inflammatory bowel diseases, such as Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, are the leading causes of anorectal, enteroenteral, and enterocutaneous fistulas. A person with severe stage-3 hidradenitis suppurativa will also develop fistulas.
  18. A condition of an organic being or of one of its parts that impairs normal living functioning.
  19. An interaction between a grass plant, pathogen and its environment that results in abnormal growth and/or appearance.
  20. To dream that you are diseased, denotes a slight attack of illness, or of unpleasant dealings with a relative. For a young woman to dream that she is incurably diseased, denotes that she will be likely to lead a life of single blessedness.
  21. A deleterious change in the body’s condition in response to destabilizing factors, such as nutrition, chemicals, or biological agents.
  22. A process that is a hazard to health and/or longevity.
  23. a pathological condition that is cross-culturally defined and recognized.
  24. is a “pathological condition or abnormal entity with a characteristic group of signs and symptoms affecting the body and with known or unknown aetiology.” [36]
  25. A failure of the adaptive mechanisms of an organism to counteract adequately, normally or appropriately to stimuli and stresses to which the organism is subjected, resulting in a disturbance in the function or structure of some part of the organism. ...