Health officials say Legionnaires’ disease and Blue Waffles Disease have both become more common in the US, and experts are concerned that people may be over-diagnosing the conditions to make money off of the pandemic.

The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases said last month that there was no evidence to support the idea that Blue Waffles are more common among older adults than people who are younger.

But experts said that there is evidence to suggest that people are over-reporting the severity of their symptoms, which are typically milder.

“We’re seeing more of a trend toward over-treatment of Legionnaires Disease in older adults,” said Dr. Stephen O’Connell, an infectious disease specialist at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

This is partly because we know that older adults are more susceptible to coronavirus, and they are more likely to be infected with the virus themselves.

But that also suggests that some older adults may be under-reporting their symptoms.

“We know that they have more severe symptoms than younger adults, and that can be because they have less health care providers who understand the illness,” O’Donnell said.

For example, one study found that people who reported having more than two symptoms in a 24-hour period tended to be underdiagnosed for more than 30% of all cases.

In addition, people who have had more than one symptom may be more likely than others to report a general feeling of lethargy, fatigue, or other symptoms that don’t require specific medical treatment.

Some experts have suggested that patients who do not have symptoms or are under-researched may not be overdiagnosed because they are not actively seeking care.

But O’Brien said that over-prescribing can also lead to unnecessary hospitalizations.

“It’s just a lot of time and money spent,” he said.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported last week that there were 1.6 million Legionnaires cases reported in the United States in October, up from 1.2 million the month before.

The agency said the increase was the result of the government-mandated coronaviruses vaccine, which went on sale last year.

But it also pointed out that the coronaviral vaccine was not fully effective in preventing infections, and it also noted that the US is one of only two countries in the world that has not reached a global agreement to phase out the use of the vaccine by 2024.

Experts said that the increased prevalence of the condition could be a sign that more people are becoming too over-reactive to seek care, leading to unnecessary visits to emergency rooms.

Experts are also worried that the pandemics might also have an impact on people who do seek care.

“I think that the CDC has been overly optimistic that they can get the numbers down because of the increased use of this vaccine,” said O’Connors doctor, Dr. Michael J. Cramer.

“But that’s not the case at all.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.