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Health and Hygiene

What I need to know for my Personal Health and Hygiene Test.

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disease condition that interferes with body or mind
communicable disease disease that can be spread
germs tiny organisms that are everywhere
pathogens germs responsible for causing a disease
infection when pathogens enter, multiply and the body can't fight it
example of a virus mumps
example of a bacteria strep
example of a fungi ringworm
three types of pathogens virus, bacteria, fungi
four ways pathogens spread direct contact, indirect contact, animals and insects, contaminated food and water
five barriers of the immune system tears, saliva, mucus, skin, stomach acid
noncommunicable disease disease that cannot be spread
causes of noncommunicable diseases birth, behavior choices, environmental factor, unknown causes
three types of noncommunicable diseases allergies, asthma, cancer
hygiene daily practices to keep clean and healthy
three ways to care for hair wash, brush, cut
three ways to care for teeth brush, mouthwash, floss
three ways to care for face and body shower, moisturize, sun-tan lotion
Created by: edenbreslauer