This is a list of common, well-known or infamous diseases. This list has been collated from various sources in the Wikipedia, and public domain resources.

  1. Acne
  2. AIDS
  3. Alcoholic hepatitis
  4. Alopecia
  5. Alzheimer's disease
  6. Anemia
  7. Aneurysm
  8. Anthrax
  9. Appendicitis
  10. Arthritis
  11. Aseptic meningitis
  12. Asthma
  13. Atherosclerosis
  14. Athlete's foot
  15. Atrophy
  16. Autism
  17. Bacterial meningitis
  18. Bipolar disorder
  19. Bladder infection
  20. Botulism
  21. Bubonic plague
  22. Cancer
  23. Cardiac arrest
  24. Chagas disease
  25. Chalazion
  26. Chancroid
  27. Cherubism
  28. Chickenpox
  29. Chlamydia
  30. Cholera
  31. Chordoma
  32. Chorea
  33. Chronic fatigue syndrome
  34. Cleft lip
  35. Coccidioidomycosis
  36. Cold sore
  37. Colitis
  38. Color blindness
  39. Common cold
  40. Condyloma
  41. Congestive heart disease
  42. Coronary heart disease
  43. Cowpox
  44. Cretinism
  45. Cystic fibrosis
  46. Dermatophytosis
  47. Diabetes mellitus
  48. Diaper rash
  49. Diphtheria
  50. Ebola
  51. E. coli poisoning
  52. Encephalitis
  53. Foodborne illness
  54. Genital warts
  55. Gonorrhoea
  56. Glandular fever
  57. Hepatitis A
  58. Hepatitis B
  59. Hepatitis C
  60. Hepatitis E
  61. Herpes
  62. Huntington's disease
  63. Hypertension
  64. Ichthyosis
  65. Infectious mononucleosis
  66. Influenza
  67. Interstitial cystitis
  68. Iritis
  69. Iron-deficiency anemia
  70. Irritable bowel syndrome
  71. Jaundice
  72. [edit]
  73. K
  74. Keloids
  75. Keratosis pilaris
  76. Kuru
  77. Kwashiorkor
  78. Lazy eye
  79. Lead poisoning
  80. Legionellosis
  81. Leishmaniasis
  82. Leprosy
  83. Leptospirosis
  84. Listeriosis
  85. Leukemia
  86. Loiasis
  87. Lupus erythematosus
  88. Lyme disease
  89. Lymphogranuloma venereum
  90. Lymphoma
  91. Malaria
  92. Marburg fever
  93. Measles
  94. Melioidosis
  95. Ménière's disease
  96. Meningitis
  97. Migraine
  98. Mono
  99. Multiple myeloma
  100. Multiple Sclerosis
  101. Mumps
  102. Muscular dystrophy
  103. Myasthenia gravis
  104. Myelitis
  105. Myoclonus
  106. Myopathy
  107. Myopia
  108. Myxedema
  109. Meninggococemia
  110. Neoplasm
  111. Non-gonococcal urethritis
  112. Obsessive-compulsive disorder
  113. Obesity
  114. Osteoarthritis
  115. Paratyphoid fever
  116. Parkinson's disease
  117. Pelvic inflammatory disease
  118. Peritonitis
  119. Periodontal disease
  120. Pertussis
  121. Phenylketonuria
  122. Pityriasis rosea
  123. Plague (bubonic, septicemic, pneumonic and pharyngeal)
  124. Pneumonia
  125. Polio or Poliomyelitis
  126. Porphyria
  127. Progeria
  128. Prostatitis
  129. Psittacosis
  130. Psoriasis
  131. Pubic lice
  132. Q fever
  133. Rabies
  134. Raynaud's disease
  135. Repetitive strain injury (RSI)
  136. Rheumatic fever
  137. Rheumatoid arthritis
  138. Rickets
  139. Rift Valley fever
  140. Rocky Mountain spotted fever
  141. Rubella
  142. Rheumatic heart disease
  143. Salmonella poisoning
  144. Salmonellosis
  145. Scabies
  146. Scarlet fever
  147. Sciatica
  148. Schizophrenia
  149. Scleroderma
  150. Scrapie
  151. Scurvy
  152. Sepsis
  153. SARS
  154. Shigellosis
  155. Shingles
  156. Shock
  157. Sickle-cell disease
  158. Siderosis
  159. Silicosis
  160. Smallpox
  161. Stevens-Johnson syndrome
  162. Strabismus
  163. Strep throat
  164. Streptococcal infection
  165. Synovitis
  166. Syphilis
  167. Taeniasis
  168. Tay-Sachs disease
  169. Teratoma
  170. Tetanus
  171. Thalassaemia
  172. Thrush
  173. Thymoma
  174. Tinnitus
  175. Toxic shock syndrome
  176. Trichinosis
  177. Trichomoniasis
  178. Trisomy
  179. Tuberculosis
  180. Tularemia
  181. Tungiasis
  182. Typhoid or Typhoid fever
  183. Typhus
  184. Ulcerative colitis
  185. Uremia
  186. Urticaria
  187. Uveitis
  188. Varicella
  189. Vasovagal syncope
  190. Vitiligo
  191. Von Hippel-Lindau disease
  192. Warkany syndrome
  193. Warts
  194. Whooping cough
  195. Yeast infection
  196. Yellow fever
  197. Yaws