Based on the World Health Organization, a lot more than nine million people around the global world become sick with TB, and nearly one million to two million die every year. In some areas, the condition is epidemic, with hundreds of thousands affected in nations such as China, India, and Vietnam, and in many countries of sub-Saharan Africa. Tuberculosis is usually a communicable disease that may be fatal if not treated. TB affects the lungs, but can affect other areas of the body also, such as the brain, kidneys, or backbone.The extensive research, from the Division of Psychology at the University of Otago in New Zealand, also discovered that when religious people consider death, their religious beliefs may actually strengthen at both mindful and unconscious levels. The experts believe the results help explain why religious beliefs is such a long lasting feature of human culture. In three research, which included 265 university students altogether, religious and nonreligious individuals were randomly designated to loss of life priming and control groupings.