Yeast infections have now infected more than 40 million people worldwide, and it has infected more people in the United States than any other infectious disease.
While the majority of the infected people have not developed brain tumors, the disease is now affecting a growing number of neurological diseases.
Yeast is a group of bacteria that lives in the mouth and nose.
In the U.S., the bacterium can cause mouth, throat, and throat infections, and also causes a rare but deadly disease called bacteremia.
The CDC says that it is important to be aware of the risk of Bacteremic infections when they appear, and that the first sign is the cough, but they can also develop into pneumonia.
Yeasts are also the source of infections of the ear and nose and throat.
Yeasty mouth can also cause infections of lungs and eyes.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has said that the disease causes the death of more than 300,000 Americans each year.
Researchers have shown that the bacteria in the nose and mouth can spread from person to person through saliva, droplets of mucus, or other bodily fluids.
The bacteria can also be transmitted through the blood.
In this March 12, 2021 file photo, a man uses a vacuum cleaner to clean the nose of his neighbor in Tokyo, Japan.
Yeaast infections can also lead to pneumonia, a condition in which the body cannot fight off the infection because the bacteria live in the body.
Some people with Bactoremia can develop pneumonia after exposure to the bacteria.
The infection can be treated with antibiotics and other medicines, but the bacteria can be passed from person-to-person through air, or can live in other bodies.
In April 2019, the CDC published an update on Bactaremia, saying that there are now more than 500,000 cases of the disease worldwide.
The update, which was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, also said that it was the most common cause of death in children younger than 18 years old.