A disease is a particular abnormal condition that negatively affects the structure or function of all or part of an organism, and, not due to any immediate external injury. Diseases are known to be medical conditions that are associated with specific symptoms and signs. A disease may be caused by internal dysfunctions. For example, internal dysfunctions of the immune system can produce a variety of different diseases, including various forms of immunodeficiency, hypersensitivity and autoimmune disorders. In humans, disease is used more broadly to refer to any condition that causes pain, distress, social problems, or death to the person afflicted, or similar problems for those in contact with the person. In this broader sense, it sometimes includes injuries, disorders, infections, isolated symptoms, deviant behaviors, atypical variations of structure and function, while in other contexts and for other purposes these may be considered distinguishable categories. Diseases can affect people not only physically, but mentally, as contracting and living with a disease can alter the affected person's perspective on life.

Death due to disease is called death by natural causes. There are four main types of disease: infectious diseases, deficiency diseases, hereditary diseases, physiological diseases. Diseases can be classified in other ways, such as communicable versus non-communicable diseases; the deadliest diseases in humans are coronary artery disease, followed by cerebrovascular disease and lower respiratory infections. In developed countries, the diseases that cause the most sickness overall are neuropsychiatric conditions, such as depression and anxiety; the study of disease is called pathology, which cause. In many cases, terms such as disease, morbidity and illness are used interchangeably. Disease The term disease broadly refers to any condition that impairs the normal functioning of the body. For this reason, diseases are associated with dysfunctioning of the body's normal homeostatic processes; the term is used to refer to infectious diseases, which are clinically evident diseases that result from the presence of pathogenic microbial agents, including viruses, fungi, multicellular organisms, aberrant proteins known as prions.

An infection or colonization that does not and will not produce clinically evident impairment of normal functioning, such as the presence of the normal bacteria and yeasts in the gut, or of a passenger virus, is not considered a disease. By contrast, an infection, asymptomatic during its incubation period, but expected to produce symptoms is considered a disease. Non-infectious diseases are all other diseases, including most forms of cancer, heart disease, genetic disease. Acquired disease An acquired disease is one that began at some point during one's lifetime, as opposed to disease, present at birth, congenital disease. Acquired sounds like it could mean "caught via contagion", but it means acquired sometime after birth, it sounds like it could imply secondary disease, but acquired disease can be primary disease. Acute disease An acute disease is one of a short-term nature. Congenital disorder or congenital disease A congenital disorder is one, present at birth, it is a genetic disease or disorder and can be inherited.

It can be the result of a vertically transmitted infection from the mother, such as HIV/AIDS. Genetic disease A genetic disorder or disease is caused by one or more genetic mutations, it is inherited, but some mutations are random and de novo. Hereditary or inherited disease A hereditary disease is a type of genetic disease caused by genetic mutations that are hereditary Iatrogenic disease An iatrogenic disease or condition is one, caused by medical intervention, whether as a side effect of a treatment or as an inadvertent outcome. Idiopathic disease An idiopathic disease has source; as medical science has advanced, many diseases with unknown causes have had some aspects of their sources explained and therefore shed their idiopathic status. For example, when germs were discovered, it became known that they were a cause of infection, but particular germs and diseases had not been linked. In another example, it is known that autoimmunity is the cause of some forms of diabetes mellitus type 1 though the particular molecular pathways by which it works are not yet understood.

It is common to know certain factors are associated with certain diseases. Incurable disease A disease that cannot be cured. Incurable diseases are not terminal diseases, sometimes a disease's symptoms can be treated sufficiently for the disease to have little or no impact on quality of life. Primary disease A primary disease is a disease, due to a root cause of illness, as opposed to secondary disease, a sequela, or complication, caused by the primary disease. For example, a common cold is a primary disease, where rhinitis is a possible secondary dis

Louisa Krause

Louisa Noel Krause is an American film and television actress. After studying drama in college, Krause appeared in numerous Off-Broadway productions while appearing in episodes of New York-based network television series, her first film role was in The Babysitters. In 2017, Krause appeared in the lead role of Anna Garner in the television series The Girlfriend Experience. Krause was born May 1986 in Falls Church, Virginia, her father is of half-Japanese descent and her mother is American. She has a younger brother named Nathaniel, a director, she began her interest in the arts at a young age by studying dance at the Washington School of Ballet in Washington D. C. Once Krause entered high school, dance took a back seat when she started performing in a variety of plays and musicals including Side Show as Violet Hilton, Gypsy as Mama Rose, Equus as Dora Strang. After high school, she enrolled in the Carnegie Mellon Drama School. Soon after, Krause felt, she earned her Equity card by performing in a summer-stock production of Aida.

Krause began her career in theatre. In 2006, Krause appeared in the Huntington Theatre Company's production of Les Liaisons Dangereuses. In 2007, she starred in the Signature Theatre Company's production of Iphigenia 2.o, in the lead role of Iphigenia. That same year, Krause starred in the world premiere of In a Dark Dark House, at the Lucille Lortel Theatre, June 7 – July 7, 2007, she has continued working on stage, appearing in 2013 as Rose in the world premiere of Annie Baker's The Flick at Playwrights Horizons, a role she reprised two years for a second run at the Barrow Street Theatre and the National Theatre. Her first film credits came in 2007 with supporting roles in The Speed of Life and The Babysitters. In 2009, she appeared in the films Taking Toe to Toe, she has appeared in several short films. Krause gained more prominence with a small role in the 2011 feature film Young Adult, in which her scene as the clerk at the hotel where Charlize Theron's character is staying was used for promotional purposes and played in the trailer and TV spots for the film.

Krause made an appearance as a cult member in the 2011 film Martha Marcy May Marlene – a film she became involved with through her work with the Sundance Film Festival. In 2012, Krause played a role in the film Return and played the lead role in the independent film King Kelly, which opened at South by Southwest. In 2012 she filmed a supporting role in the indie film Bluebird, released in 2015. Krause has appeared in several television roles, including in the Law & Order episode "Angelgrove" in 2008 as Brenda Tannerman, in Law & Order: Criminal Intent in the episode "Loyalty: Part 1" in 2010 as Jolie, in Blue Bloods in the 2011 episode "Silver Star" as Kimberly. In 2017, Krause played Anna Carr / Garner, one of the lead roles, in the second season of the anthology television series The Girlfriend Experience. Louisa Krause on IMDb

Tikri Border metro station

Tikri Border is a station on the Green Line of the Delhi Metro and is located in the West Delhi district of Delhi. It is an elevated station and opened in 24 June 2018. List of available ATM at Tikri Border metro station are List of Delhi Metro stations Transport in Delhi Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Delhi Suburban Railway List of rapid transit systems in India Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Ltd. Delhi Metro Annual Reports "Station Information". Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Ltd.. Archived from the original on 19 June 2010. UrbanRail. Net – descriptions of all metro systems in the world, each with a schematic map showing all stations