Top 10 deadliest diseases in the world (No.1-5)... Covid-19 is not one of them


High blood pressure is a risk factor for both heart disease and stroke – the top two conditions on this list. — TNS

When we think of the “deadliest diseases”, we might be inclined to imagine the ones with visually severe symptoms that grab the headlines for their rapid spread and lives lost.

On the contrary, many of the diseases that have those characteristics don’t kill as many people as we believe, not even ranking among the top 10 causes of deaths worldwide.

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