Why do we Fall ill?
Q1: Which one of the following is an infectious disease?
Q2: Elephantiasis disease can have
(a) short-term affect on our health
(b) no effect on our health
(c) long term affect on our health
(d) sometimes bad effect on our health
Q3: Ascaris worm lives in which part of human body?
(c) small intestine
(d) large intestine
Q4: Microbes which enter the body through nose most likely affect
Q5: Which of the following is a viral infection?
Q6: HIV virus when active in body mainly attacks on
Q7: An Organism which carries pathogens is termed as
Q8: Diseases which are always present in certain location are called?
(a) epidemic diseases
(b) endemic diseases
(c) acute diseases
(d) chronic diseases
Q9: DPT vaccines are administered to develop immunity against
(d) All of these
Q10: Anti-viral drugs are difficult to make because, viruses
(a) live outside the host cells
(b) live inside the host cells
(c) live in consumed food particles
(d) live in blood stream
Q11: BCG vaccine is used to develop immunity against
Q12: Which of the following is a communicable disease?
Q13: The causative organism for malaria is a:
Q14: Vaccination helps in controlling diseases because
(a) it develops resistance against the pathogen attack
(b) it kills the pathogens causing disease
(c) it blocks the food supplied to pathogens
(d) it does not allow pathogens to multiply in hosts
Q15: ORS is given in
Q16: Which of the following is an example of nutritional deficiency disease?
1: (a) diptheria
2: (c) long term affect on our health
3: (c) small intestine
4: (d) lungs
5: (b) Influenza
6: (c) immunity
7: (b) vector
8: (a) epidemic diseases
9: (d) All of these
10: (a) live outside the host cells
11: (d) tuberculosis
12: (d) Cholera
13: (b) protozoa
14: (a) it develops resistance against the pathogen attack
15: (a) diarrhoea
16: (b) Rickets