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White Health Miss Barnes Disease Review
A:B: soilwater 1. Most protozoans live in ___________. C:D: leavesanimals
A:B: pink eyestrep throat 2. A virus causes ______________. C:D: malariathe common cold
D. the common cold
A:B: hairantibodies 3. Vaccines are made from ____________. C:D: dead or weak germs blood
C. dead or weak germs
A:B: monomumps 4. The Epstein-Barr virus causes ___________. C:D: the common coldchicken pox
A:B: cancermono 5. Which is an example of a non-communicable disease? C:D: The flu Pink eye
A:B: Exercise, rest, eating healthy Age, high blood pressure, not exercising 6. What are three risk factors of heart disease? C:D: Check-ups, taking vitamins, drinking water None of these
B. Age, high blood pressure, not exercising
A:B: protozoan viruses 7. Antibiotics kill which type of germs? C:D: bacteriafungus
A:B: first animalreservoir 8. Pathogen means ______________. C:D: how a germ is passed germ
A:B: AIDS the chain of infection 9. When a person is protected against a disease for life, it means they have ___________. C:D: immunity a non- communicable disease
A:B: transmission source 10. The place where pathogens lives is called the ______________. C:D: entryhost
A:B: bacteriaviruses 11. Dots, rods and spirals are the shapes of which germ? C:D: protozoan fungus
A:B: Kill and weaken germs Chase them until they get tired 12. Select 2 ways antibodies work. C:D: Push them out of the body Clumps germs together
A.Kill and weaken germs
D. Clump them together
A:B: Eat a healthy dietGet enough sleep 13. How does someone get immunity? Choose 2 ways C:D: Get vaccinated Recover from disease
C. Get vaccinated
D. Recover from disease
A:B: cilia skin 14.What is the body’s first defense against germs? C:D: blood tears
A:B: Teens and young adults Babies 15. Who is most likely to get mono? C:D: The elderlyMoms and dads
A. Teens and young adults
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