(a) AIDS – Infectious
(b) Tuberculosis – Infectious
(c) Cholera – Infectious
(d) High blood pressure – No- Infectious
(e) Heart disease – Non-Infectious
(f) Pneumonia – Infectious
(g) Cancer – Non-Infectious
Diseases have immediate and contributory causes. Immediate causes belong to two different groups. In one type of cause, microbes are responsible for bringing about a disorder in a healthy entity. They are called infectious diseases wherein microbes are immediate causes. This is because microbes have the potential to communicate and spread diseases in a community.