Bronchitis—Inflammation of the air passages of the lungs.
Colitis—Inflammation of the colon (large bowel).
Gonorrhea—A sexually transmitted disease (STD) that causes infection in the genital organs and may cause disease in other parts of the body.
Inflammation—Pain, redness, swelling, and heat that usually develop in response to injury or illness.
Phenylketonuria—(PKU) A genetic disorder in which the body lacks an important enzyme. If untreated, the disorder can lead to brain damage and mental retardation.
Pneumonia—A disease in which the lungs become inflamed. Pneumonia may be caused by bacteria, viruses, or other organisms, or by physical or chemical irritants.
Sexually transmitted disease—A disease that is passed from one person to another through sexual intercourse or other intimate sexual contact. Also called STD.
Staph infection—Infection with Staphylococcus bacteria. These bacteria can infect any part of the body.
Strep throat—A sore throat caused by infection with Streptococcus bacteria. Symptoms include sore throat, chills, fever, and swollen lymph nodes in the neck.
Tonsillitis—Inflammation of a tonsil, a small mass of tissue in the throat.
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