15 Diseases That Are Not Taken Seriously Enough

Diverticulitis is an infection or inflammation of gut pouches called diverticula.Antibiotics can treat it, but more extreme instances may require surgery.


Systemic sclerosis, a chronic illness, replaces normal tissue with thick collagen-based tissue, making the skin stiff and tight.


Even though poliovirus occurrences have dropped 99 percent since 1988 due to immunizations, it remains a threat.


Tooth decay may not seem like a huge concern, but if left untreated, it can cause discomfort, difficulty biting, fractured teeth, and abscesses.

Tooth decay

While not disregarded, cardiovascular disease risks are significant.

Cardiovascular disease

Depression is a complex condition with numerous causes, including illness, grieving over a loved one, psychological issues, and heredity.


Infected blacklegged ticks spread Lyme disease. Fever, headache, and weariness are common. Untreated, it can cause persistent joint inflammation and heartbeat abnormalities.

Lyme illness

One million Americans have hereditary hemochromatosis (HH), a prevalent genetic condition.Despite its ubiquity, few people know about the disease.


The most prevalent learning problem is dyslexia, which affects one in five persons. It's commonly caused by phonological processing issues.


In endometriosis, tissue comparable to the endometrium that borders the uterus grows outside it.Painkillers, hormone therapy, or laparoscopic surgery are usually prescribed.