What’s the difference between bacterial and viral infections?

Bacteria or viruses are the major causes of most human illnesses. Some experts think bacteria, which are minuscule single-celled creatures, are connected to plants. They live in a range of environments, from deserts to icy slopes, and are among the most successful organisms on the world. While certain bacteria are beneficial to our stomach, such as those that aid in healthy food digestion, others can cause a range of diseases. We call these microorganisms that cause sickness pathogenic. Learn more about viral infections and bacterial diseases at IMC Hospital.