Your alarm goes off, but something doesn't feel right. Your eyes are red and puffy, your throat is sore, and you feel more tired than you did the night before. You call in sick to work and go back to bed. For most of us, getting sick happens a few times a year, but just because it's common doesn't mean it's fun.
There are over 200 types of viruses that cause the common cold, which is why it seems like you can get the same sickness over and over. Getting a cold might make you miserable for a couple of days, but unless you have a compromised immune system, it's probably not going to kill you.
Hopefully, you haven't had most of the diseases in this quiz. If you have, you must be very unlucky! Some of these diseases are genetic, while other's are transmitted through viruses, fungi and bacterial infections. The good news is for many of these ailments, you can only get them once before your body builds up immunity.
Do you think you can name all 35 of these diseases? Grab your lab coat, gloves, and facemask and let's dissect these sick questions. We're aching to see see how you'll do. *cough*