You can't get HIV from eating fruit handled by someone with HIV. HIV isn't transmitted by this sort of casual or household contact.
no, it can be if it the infected eye has been touched.
No it does not.
Not if the woman is not infected with HIV.
Amoebiasis is spread by infected and unclean hands, through flies, through contaminated water. Malaria is spread through infected mosquitoes.
Still others are spread by eating the flesh of infected animals. Tapeworms are spread this way. Other diseases are spread by insect vectors. An insect, such as a flea or tick, feeds on an infected animal, then feeds on a human.
Hepatitis C is spread by exposure to blood that is infected and through sexual activity. It is also be spread by sharing needles with someone who is infected.
From droplet transmission spread through the coughing and sneezing of an infected person.
Through the bodily fluids of the infected.
Ringworm is a fungus spread by skin contact with an infected person, animal, or object. It is not spread by food.
Yes, pinworms is very contagious and can spread very fast. You become infected by unintentionally ingesting pinworm eggs that can be on any surface that was touched by a person who is already infected.
Diseases can be airborne and spread through sneezes or coughing.They can be blood borne and transmitted by exposing an open cut or membrane tissue to the blood of an infected person.They can be sexually transmitted by the exchange of sexual fluids.Some can be transmitted by touching a surface that has been touched by an infected person.Some can be transmitted by an insect vector; mosquitoes for example can spread infections of malaria and other illnesses.
Chlamydia can be transmitted through vaginal, anal, or oral sex with an infected partner. Chlamydia is spread by coming in contact with the dischargeIt is certainly possible, but highly unlikely.You can not get Chlamydia if someone had it but they only touched you.