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Polio Helen Gibbar Mrs. Gibbars class 1 st Period/March 12, 2010
Objective #1: General General description of disease What causes it? Who gets it
Objective #2: Symptoms What body systems are involved? How often does it occur? Does it affect a certain age group? Does it affect a certain ethnic group?
Objective #3: Diagnosis What tests do the doctors run to determine a person has the disease?
Objective #4: Treatment Is there a cure? If so, what is it? Can medicines cure it or just treat it? What medicines are used to control or cure it?
Terms Antibiotics: Vaccines: Infectious disease: Noninfectious disease?
1 Research A Disease/Disorder 7 th Grade Science.
Type in the name of the disease Created by:. Description Type in your description of the disease here.
Title of Presentation Your Name Class period Date.
Title: Your name, period, date Picture of someone affected by the disease Description of picture. Why did you choose this picture?
Journal 1/16 What do you know about infectious and non- infectious diseases? What do you think the difference is? How could a person prevent getting the.
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Biotechnology in the Medicine World. Personalized Medicine Medicine use to be able to treat a certain symptom but now they are able to treat those symptoms.
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Your Name: ____________________________________ Disease: ____________________________________.
How can we prevent the spread of infectious disease? Immunity: body’s ability to destroy pathogen’s before they can cause disease.
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Preventing Infectious Disease. 1. Immunity Immunity is the body’s ability to destroy pathogens before they can cause disease A person has active immunity.
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What body systems are affected by the plague?
Disorder: Name: Date:. Description 0 Describe the disorder: 0 How it’s caused 0 What it does to the animal 0 What species/age/sex is affected 0 What part.
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BODY SYSTEM PROJECT 3 SLIDES MUST BE ED BY Thursday 2/4/2016
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SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE STD. THE RISK Of the top 10 infectious diseases reported to the CDC, 4 are STDs.
By Sam DeMore. Bone spurs do not show most of the time any signs of symptoms They are usually found while getting and x-ray for another condition.
Disease Test Vocabulary Terms Essay/Short Answer Question Review Challenge Questions.
Brucellosis By: Leah Kasheta. Brucellosis is: An infectious disease that occurs from contact with other animals carrying the Brucella bacteria. Can.
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How the body interacts is the study of Anatomy and Physiology…
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A-Z Disease Project Topic: ______________________________________ Partner’s name: _______________________________ Class Block: __________________________________.
Immune System Review. Prevention Diagnosis Treatment Cure.
Be Aware. WHAT IS IT? Rosacea is a very common disease among people over the age of 30 It causes redness of the nose, cheeks, forehead, chin, and sometimes.
Meningitis is a serious inflammation of the meninges, the thin, membranous covering of the brain and the spinal cord. Two types: Viral; flu like.
Peter Soellinger. Cause Rabies is a zoonotic disease (a disease that is transmitted to humans from animals) that is caused by a virus. The disease affects.
SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES. BELLRINGER What provides 100% protection against STDs?
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By: Emily Pitman and Billierose Tacher. There is currently no yellow fever treatment that can kill the virus. Therefore, treatment is focused on.
COPD Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease By: Jesse and Courtney.
(pertussis). Whooping cough was discovered in 1906 by two French scientists and they found the pertussis bacteria. 5,000 to 10,000 people died due to.
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