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QuestionAnswer
what cures viruses? Nothing, treat symptoms
what cures bacteria Antibiotics/rest
what cures fungus Ant fungal spray, keep the area clean, and possibly antibiotics for the infection
What is food borne and is in raw poultry? Campylobacter infection
what is viral and transmitted through food air and person to person 1-4 days incubation Flu, influenza
a fungal infection cause a painful red ring on the foot Ringworm
Fever Chills Cough Rapid breathing or difficulty breathing Chest pain Weakness Fatigue Pneumococcal pneumonia
High fever (as high as 105 °F) Cough Runny nose Red, watery eyes Tiny white spots inside mouth Rash of flat red spots on face, neck, trunk, arms, legs, and feet Ear infections Lung infections Encephalitis Mesellze
What is the purpose of a control group? To have something to compare the test to
What is the independent variable? what you control.
what is the dependent variable? What you are studying.
Created by: Zackm005