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5 th grade Disease Prevention Unit Lesson 1 Activity #1 Disease Cards For lesson plan, refer to “Teacher’s Guide”. Cold- YES Communicable Allergies- NO Non-communicable Flu- YES Communicable Asthma- NO Non-communicable Cancer- NO Non-communicable Strep Throat- YES Communicable

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5th grade Disease Prevention UnitLesson 1Activity #1 Disease CardsFor lesson plan, refer to “Teacher’s Guide”


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Cold- YES Communicable

Allergies- NO Non-communicable

Flu- YES Communicable

Asthma- NO Non-communicable

Cancer- NO Non-communicable

Strep Throat- YES Communicable

Lice- YES Communicable

Heart Disease- NO Non-communicable

Pink Eye- YES Communicable

Diabetes- NO Non-communicable

Ear Infection- NO Non-communicable

Mumps- YES Communicable

AIDS- YES Communicable

Chicken Pox- YES Communicable

Stroke- NO Non-communicable

Rabies- YES Communicable

Pneumonia- YES Communicable

Tuberculosis- YES Communicable

Measles- YES Communicable

Ulcers- NO Non-communicable

Cystic Fibrosis- NO Non-communicable

Epilepsy- NO Non-communicable

Appendicitis- NO Non-communicable

Alzheimer's NO Non-communicable

ANSWER KEY




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ALLERGIES viruses.



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INFLUENZA substances.(FLU)



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ASTHMA tract.



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CANCER narrow.



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STREP THROAT not normal.



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LICE not normal.



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HEART skin.DISEASE


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Heart disease is a disease of the heart and blood vessels in which fatty materials build up in the blood vessels and blocks or narrows them.

HEART DISEASE


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PINK which fatty materials build up in the blood vessels and blocks or narrows them.EYE


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Pink eye is an inflammation of the membrane of the eye. Pink eye can be viral, bacterial, or allergic.

PINK EYE


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DIABETES Pink eye can be viral, bacterial, or allergic.



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EAR cannot use insulin.INFECTION


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An ear infection is usually caused by an infection of the nose and throat and passes into the ear cavity.

EAR INFECTION


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MUMPS nose and throat and passes into the ear cavity.


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An infectious disease caused by a virus causing glands to swell, fever, diarrhea and a general feeling of being ill.

MUMPS


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AIDS swell, fever, diarrhea and a general feeling of being ill.


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AIDS is the breakdown in the body’s ability to fight infection after the HIV virus enters the body.

AIDS


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CHICKEN infection after the HIV virus enters the body.POX


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Chicken pox is an infectious disease caused by a virus. Chicken pos affects the skin and the lining of the mouth and throat with a rash.

CHICKEN POX


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STROKE Chicken pos affects the skin and the lining of the mouth and throat with a rash.


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A stroke occurs when part of the brain is damaged because its blood supply is disturbed.

STROKE


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RABIES its blood supply is disturbed.


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Rabies is a viral disease of animals and humans that can be spread through a bite or scratch.

RABIES


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PNEUMONIA spread through a bite or scratch.



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TUBERCULOSIS infection.


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Tuberculosis is an infectious disease caused by bacteria that causes coughing, fever, fatigue, poor appetite and weight loss.

TUBERCULOSIS


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MEASLES that causes coughing, fever, fatigue, poor appetite and weight loss.


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Measles is a highly contagious disease caused by a virus that spreads throughout the body. Measles affects mostly the skin and respiratory tract.

MEASLES


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ULCERS that spreads throughout the body. Measles affects mostly the skin and respiratory tract.


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An ulcer is a raw spot that develops in the lining of the stomach or elsewhere, causing burning and pain.

ULCERS


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CYSTIC stomach or elsewhere, causing burning and pain.FIBROSIS



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EPILEPSY clogs the lungs.


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A chronic disease in which nerve messages in the brain are disturbed for brief periods of time.

EPILEPSY


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APPENDICITIS disturbed for brief periods of time.


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A condition where the appendix becomes swollen and inflamed and fills with pus. The cause is not fully understood.

APPENDICITIS


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ALZHEIMER’S and fills with pus. The cause is not fully understood.


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An incurable disorder of the brain in which there is a progressive loss of memory and other intellectual functions.

ALZHIEMER’S


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