What diseases are called infectious? How does the body protect itself from infections?

Diseases caused by pathogenic microorganisms and viruses (measles, whooping cough, mumps, flu, etc.) and transmitted from an infected person to a healthy person are called infectious. The body defends itself against infections through the immune system.

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