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what is organ specific and tissue specific manifestations????can any1 xplain abt dis???????
What are the difference between Acute and Chronic disease.
what is the full form of AIDs and full form of HIV plz help
draw a neat diagram of hydra label mesoglea and gasltovascular cavity.Name the group of animals it belonngs to.
any 2 differences between infectious diseases and non infectious diseases pls
What is the difference between vaccination and injection?
prevention is better than cure. explain
does the growth of adam's apple effect a persons height? I have heard it from lot of people that if a person has fully matured adam's apple his height stops growing is it true
why is AIDS considered as a syndrome and not a disease?
what are the differences between congenital and acquired diseases ? give examples
What is the difference between health and disease
what is the difference between healthy and disease free
EXPLAIN THE LIFE CYCLE OF MOSQUITO
Full form of BCG, MMR ,TT, DT and TAB
why making antiviral medicine is harder than antibacterial medicine?
what is called vector? give example.
name the diseases caused by bacteria,virus,protozoa,fungi and disease causing agent
what do you mean by cellular machinery?
Name two groups of microorganisms from which antibiotics could be extracted.
A baby is
not able to tell her/his caretakers that she/he is sick. What would
help us to find out
the baby is sick?
is the sickness?
State the Principal of Immunisation.
explain prevention is better than cure
1) balanced diet is necessary for maintaining healthy body.
2) health of an organism depends upon the surrounding environmental conditions.
3) our surrondings area should be free of stagnant water.
4) social harmony and good economic conditions are necessary for good health.
what are the basic five principles of treatment for diseases?
how do microorganisms enter our body??explain...
What is the basis of principle of immunisation?
difference between signs and symptoms
How would a person develop those diseases that don't spread by contact with sick person?
What is the difference between signs and symptoms of disease ? Please explain in detail .
What is the difference between Vector and carrier?
in a cluster of hutments many people are suffering from malaria. mention the conditions that must be prevailing in that locality . how does a doctor confirm malaria
Please give me a short summary/ notes of the chapter ' why do we fall ill' .
write the name of the casual organisms of the following disease malaria, influenza, rabies, tuberculosis and typhoid
Write the principles of treatment of diseases.
why is cell called a "dynamic place"?
difference between notochord and nerve chord
what are the 1st , 2nd & 3rd level cause of the diseases? why are they classified so ?
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN FOMITE AND VECTOR
how can we prevent a disease?
what are principles of prevention of diseases
when antibiotics do not harm virus then why do doctors prescribe antibiotics in case of common cold
What is an antibiotic? Also, give three examples.
Why are antibiotics not effective for viral disease?
a survey in your neighbourhood to find out what the three most common
diseases are. Suggest three steps that could be taken by your local
authorities to bring down the incidence of these diseases.
explain AIDS. give the full form of HIV AIDS.
How do microbes select different parts of the body? Give examples.
what are water borne diseases? give examples
WRITE TWO DISEASES CAUSED BY BACTERIA, VIRUS, FUNGI,PROTOZOA ALONG WITH SYMPTOMS
why do we fall iLL !!!!!!
state any two conditions essential for being free of disease.
what is immunisation?
The cause fo AIDS.How does AIDS spread. what happen to a person affected with AIDS
the immunization programmes available at the nearest health centre in
your locality? Which of these diseases are the major health problems
in your area?
Why are antibiotics effective against bacteria but not against virus?
public cleanliness is important for individual health ? comment
difference between health and disease
Why is cell called a 'dynamic place' ?
What is the basic principle for vaccination?
state 3 limitations faced in dealing with infectious diseases
NAME THE TARGET ORGANS FOR THE FOLLOWING DISEASES.
(A) HEPATITIS TARGETS _
(B) PNEUMONIA TARGETS _
(C) FITS (OR) UNCONSCIOUSNESS TARGETS _
(D) FUNGAL DISEASE TARGETS
how do bacteria protect themselves?
Why a person suffering from AIDS cannot fight even very minor infections?
write a short note on organ specific and tissue specific manifestation
difference between personal and community health ?
why male anopheles mosquito does not spread malaria?
mention two means of physical contact by which AIDS doesnot spread.
why are overcrowded and poorly ventilated areas a major factor in tje spread of air brone diseases ? [for 1 mark]
why antibiotics do not work against viral infections?
Why is AIDS called a SYNDROME and not a DISEASE ?
what are the differences between pathogens and vectors.give 2 examples...plzz reply fast
What is inflammation? Write the symptoms of this in human body
precautions can you take in your school to reduce the incidence of
what are the basic conditions of good health
Name two diseases against which infants below one year are vaccinated?
What are the differences between symptoms and signs of a disease ?
write a short note on polio programme
are the different means by which infectious diseases are spread?
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