That's not what you asked for. You asked for the names of diseases. You can find supportive facts all over the internet or at your library.
But I didn't find names of diseases in the articles either, just non-specific references to viral and bacterial infection. I'd hoped that a backing medical journal article might provide names, or statistics that could be examined more critically, but there were none. I didn't just come up with a new request because I like being demanding - you are seeing something in those articles that I don't see, and I was hoping I might get at it by pressing for something more substantial.
I'm dropping it - I think this discussion has run its course.
Here are the diseases listed in the first article:
The disease associated with the second article is breast cancer.
-Alice, SAHM to dd (2001) and ds (2004) each of whom was a , who each self-weaned at 4.5 years , who both 'd, who were both, and both: . Also, , and !