Infectious Disease Chapter 28 Lessons 1-3 Group 9. By: Doug Pokorny, Ashley Trammell, Joseph Javier, Jacqueline Smith, Ryan Johnson. Who we are Presenting to. Age : 6 th Grade Students Sex : Equal boys and girls
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By: Doug Pokorny, Ashley Trammell, Joseph Javier, Jacqueline Smith, Ryan Johnson
Age: 6th Grade Students
Sex: Equal boys and girls
Socioeconomic status: Primarily white middle class with other students from mixed backgrounds
Infectious disease is something that everyone comes in contact with.
We need to know how to protect ourselves and those around us!
An infectious disease is a disease caused by organisms that enter and multiply within the human body
Direct and Indirect methods from:
Mother to unborn baby
Touching something that is infected
Drinking after someone with an infectious diseaseHuman to Human
Bugs biting you
Getting scratched by an animal
Petting animals then touching your mucous membrane
Drinking water after an infectious animalAnimal to Human
How does your body fight off infectious disease?
Your Immune System!
Store and prepare food safely
Avoid sharing food
Treat illnesses and cover mouth when sneeze
Throw tissues in trash can
Shower every dayCommon Sense
This is what I always do.
I cover my mouth with a tissue,
So my germs won't get on you!Common Sense
No matter how many precautions you take, you can still get a disease.
Its not your fault!
Or contact Gainesville’s Health Department at (352)334-7900
For more information!