Q- (a) Write two differences between Acute and Chronic diseases.
(b) Give one example of each.
|Acute Diseases||Chronic Diseases|
|Acute illnesses are illnesses that come on quickly but end after a short period of time.||Chronic illnesses are those that come on slowly but end very late|
|Acute illnesses are caused by viruses or microbes.||Chronic illnesses are spread by poor diet, malnutrition, poor hygiene, etc.|
(b) One of the most commonly known examples of acute diseases is asthma while one of the most commonly known examples of chronic diseases is obesity.
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What is the difference between Acute and chronic diseases give example?
Acute diseases are those diseases that come on quickly but end after a short period of time. Example- Asthama etc. On the other hand, Chronic diseases are those diseases that come on slowly but end very late. For Example- Obesity
Which is an Acute disease?
Acute disease is a disease that causes very quickly but also gets treated easily using normal medicines. These diseases are very common and less dangerous as compared to chronic diseases.