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Communicable and Noncommunicable Diseases Test

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Immune System
spleen, white blood cells, skin, antibodies
Fight off germs
wash hand, enough sleep, right foods
Most important thing fight off disease
wash hands
tobacco products
can get lung cancer and throat cancer
good bacteria
stomach acid
good fungus
makes penicillin with this kind...
Germs
bacteria, viruses, fungi, parasites
enough sleep
8 hours of sleep
limit
junk food
parasites
found in places where there is poor sanitation
stomach and intestine bacteria
break down food
fungi
over 70,000 species
False
a virus is alive
true
eating a balanced diet can help fight off germs
True
A fungus is used to make penicillin
False
Bacteria is slow to multiply
false
the immune system is one large organ
false
athlete's foot and ringworm are caused by virus
germs
bacteria, fungi, parasites, viruses
immune system
spleen, white blood cells, antibodies, skin
fungi
mold, mushroom, ringworm, rust, yeast
Diseases caused by germs
flu, lice, malaria, ringworm, strep throat
diseases prevented by vaccines
measles, mumps, polio
bacteria, fungi, viruses, parasites
types of germs (four)
spleen, white blood cells, skin, antibodies
4 parts of your body immune system and first line of defense
find and destroy germs
white blood cells
makes a barrier
antibodies
sleep, vaccines, washing hands
prevent getting sick
wash hands, refrigerate, cook it, seperate
handling food properly 4
germ
bacteria
germ
fungi
germ
parasite
germ
virus
immune system
spleen
immune system
white blood cells
immune system
antibodies
immune system
skin
fungi
mold
fungi
mushroom
fungi
ringworm
fungi
rust
fungi
yeast
disease caused germ
flu
disease caused germ
lice
disease caused germ
malaria
disease caused germ
ringworm
disease caused germ
strep throat
disease disease prevented by vaccines
measles
disease disease prevented by vaccines
mumps
disease disease prevented by vaccines
polio
germ
bacteria
germ
virus
germ
fungi
germ
parasite
immune system
spleen
immune system
white blood cells
immune system
skin
immune system
antibodies
find and destroy germs
white blood cells
makes a barrier
antibodies
prevent sick
sleep
prevent sick
vaccine
prevent sick
washing your hand
handle food
wash hands
handle food
refrigerate
handle food
cook it
handle food
separate knives
immune system
spleen
immune system
white blood cell
immune system
skin
fight germs
wash hands
fight germs
enough sleep
fight germs
right foods
most important thing prevent disease
wash hands
lung cancer
tobacco products
throat cancer
tobacco productss
stomach bacteria
good bacteria
fungus makes penicillin
good fungus
germ
bacteria
germ
viruse
germ
fungi
germ
parasite
8 hour sleep
how much sleep
junk food
limit what u eat
parasites
found in areas where there is poor sanitation
stomach and intestine bacteria
good break down food
fungi
over 70,000 species
false
virus is alive
true
balanced diet help fight germs
true
fungus is used 2 make penicillin
false
bacteria slow multiply
false
immune system is one large organ
fasle
athlete's foot and ringworm are caused by a virus
avoid infectious disease
wash hand frequently
avoid infectious disease
proper immunizations
avoid infectious disease
stay away people sick
communities
free flu shots are one way that some __________ protect people from disease
polio
commonly prevented by vaccine
can help your body fight disease
getting plenty or rest and excersize
vaccines, antibiotics, and other methods
infectious diseases can be controlled
vaccination programs for children
stop spread pathogens health departments 1
enforce curfew laws
stop spread pathogens health departments 2
virus
not living
AIDS
not caused by bacteria
Athlete's foot
caused by fungus
malaria
a parasite
Antibodies
your immune system produces ____________ in response to a vaccine
plasmodium, protozoa, giardia
example of a parasite
strep throat
caused by a pathogen
characteristic of chronic diseases
last a long time
non infectious disease
cystic fibrosis
infectious
chickenpox
infectious
hepatitis
lungs
tuberculosis
body's first line of defence
stomach acid
body's first line of defence
mucous membranes
body's first line of defence
skin
part of immune system
white blood cells
communicable disease
disease passed from person to person
Noninfectious diseases can be
congenital
Noninfectious diseases can be
genetic
Noninfectious diseases can be
triggered by environmental factors
Cancer
noninfectious disease
genetic
down syndrome
genetic disease
a disease that is passed from parent to child
noninfectious disease
any disease or disorder not caused by a virus or living organism
congenital disease
a disease that is present at birth, but not inherited
arthritis
a group of diseases that cause swelling and severe pain in the joints
Alzheimer's disease
an incurable brain disease
cancer
a group of diseases in which cells grow uncontrollably and invade healthy tissues
disease
any harmful change in the health of your body or mind
pathogen
virus, or a microorganism or another angent that causes disease
infectious disease
any disease that is caused by pathogens that invade the body
Noninfectious disease
disease that is not caused by a pathogen
Immune system
tissues, organs, and cells that fight pathogens make up your
virus
tiny, disease causing particle that invades a health cell and instructs that cell to make more viruses
bacteria
extremely small single celled organism that do not have a nucleus
protozoa
small, single celled organisms that have a nucleus
fungi
complex organisms that cannot make their own food
infectious
flu
Infectious
strep throat
infectious
communicable
communicable
passed from one to another
communicable
flu
pathogen
malaria
noncommunicable
pathogen
noninfectious
asthma
noninfectious
cancer
chronic disease
disease last a long time
immune system
white blood cells and spleen
first line of defense
skin
skin
protective wall-keep organism out...wall include tiny hair (eye brow, eye lash)
first line of defense
mucous membranes
mucous membranes
mucous nose mouth
first line of defense
sweat, saliva, tears
sweat, saliva, tears
kill bacteria
first line of defense
stomach acid
stomach acid
kills pathogens
first line of defense
helpful microorganisms
helpful microorganism
eats food so virus bacteria can't eat it, mouth
communicable disease
also called infectious diseases, are illnesses caused by pathogens that enter the body through direct or indirect contact. ex) common cold, HIV, hepatitis, chickenpox
pathogens
disease causing organism
noncommunicable disease
illness that are not caused by a pathogen. Also called noninfectious disease. Examples are heart diseases, cancers and diabetes
communicable disease
common cold
communicable disease
HIV
communicable disease
hepatitis
communicable disease
chicken pox
noncommunicable disease
heart disease
noncommunicable disease
cancer
noncommunicable disease
diabetes
immune system
the body system that fights disease everyone is born with this system
lymphatic system
part of the immune system that also helps protect the body from pathogens
Helper T-Cells
white blood cells that signal B cells to make antibodies
B Cells
are blood cells that produce antibodies
antibodies
proteins produced by Bcells that help destroy pathogens inside the body
keeping immune system health
avoid alcohol, tobacco, and drugs
keeping immune system health
reduce stress levels
keeping immune system health
get enough rest
keeping immune system health
good nutritional practices
keeping immune system health
getting appropriate immunizations
Cancer
group of diseases where there is uncontrolled multiplication of abnormal cell in the body. Often with cancer there is a growth or malignant tumor
malignant tumor
cancerous tumor
benign tumor
a non cancerous tumor
Causes of Cancer
heredity
heredity
a person's genetic makeup, common are breasts, ovary, pancreatic and colon cancer
heredity cancer
breast cancer
heredity cancer
ovary cancer
heredity cancer
pancreatic cancer
heredity cancer
colon cancer
Causes of Cancer
viruses
virus
example is leukemia
Causes of Cancer
tobacco
tobacco
carcinogens in cigarettes
tobacco use
lung cancer
tobacco use
throat cancer
Causes of Cancer
Ultraviolet Radiation
Ultraviolet Radiation
the sun's ray or tanning beds lead to skin cancer
Ultraviolet Radiation cancers
skin cancers
Cancer symptons
change in bowel or bladder habits
Cancer symptons
a sore does not heal
Cancer symptons
unusual bleeding or discharge
Cancer symptons
thickening or lump in a breast or somewhere else
Cancer symptons
Indigestion or difficulty in swallowing
Cancer symptons
Obvious change in a wart or mole
Cancer symptons
nagging cough or hoarseness
mammogram
procedure in helping detect breast cancer
Cancer Treatment
Radiotherapy
Radiotherapy
use of radiation, x-rays used to kill cancer cells
chemotherapy
use of various drugs to kill the cancer cells