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Let’s Play! (Click Here). FINAL JEOPARDY. Press Esc to Quit. $100. The flu. Click Here For Answer. What is a virus?. Next. $200. Strep throat. Click Here For Answer. What is bacteria?. Next. $300. Chicken pox. Click Here For Answer. What is a virus?. Next. $400. Malaria.

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Let’s Play!

(Click Here)

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FINAL

JEOPARDY

Press Esc to Quit

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$100

The flu

Click Here

For Answer

What is a virus?

Next

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$200

Strep throat

Click Here

For Answer

What is bacteria?

Next

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$300

Chicken pox

Click Here

For Answer

What is a virus?

Next

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$400

Malaria

Click Here

For Answer

What is a protist?

Next

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$500

Athlete’s Foot

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For Answer

What is a fungus?

Next

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$100

Organisms that infect/attack and live off ofother organisms are called this

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For Answer

What are parasites?

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$200

These invade cells, using the DNA to make copies of itself

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For Answer

What are viruses?

Next

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$300

These prokaryotic organisms release toxins that make us sick

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For Answer

What are bacteria?

Next

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DAILY DOUBLE

These are animals that carry and transmit disease

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For Answer

What are vector?

Next

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$500

Deer ticks transmit this disease

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For Answer

What is Lyme disease?

Next

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$100

Located on the surface of germs, these trigger an immune response

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For Answer

What is an antigen?

Next

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$200

This is the most important part of our 1st line of defense

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For Answer

What is the skin?

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$300

This response results in swelling and possibly fever

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What is inflammation?

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$400

Humoral immunity relies on the production of these

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What are antibodies?

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$500

Killer T-cells are produced due to this type of immunity

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For Answer

What is cell mediated?

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$100

Your body produces antibodies due to this type of immunity

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For Answer

What is humoral or active immunity? (It means you have been exposed and cannot get it again!)

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$200

These cells produce antibodies

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For Answer

What are B-Cells?

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$300

These work only on bacterial infections

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For Answer

What are antibiotics?

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$400

These type of cells are our body’s “look outs”

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For Answer

What are T-cells?

Next

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$500

This is how a vaccine works in 3 steps

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For Answer

What is 1. Vaccine is made from weakened form of pathogen 2. Injected into patient which triggers immune response 3. Immune response is super quick if exposed to real pathogen?

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$100

This is an overreaction of the immune system

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What is an allergy?

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$200

Something that triggers an allergic response is called this

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For Answer

What is an allergen?

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$300

These are released during an allergic reaction

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For Answer

What are histamines?

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$400

This is the definition of autoimmune disease

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For Answer

What is when the immune system makes a mistake and attacks its own cells?

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DAILY DOUBLE

Name two autoimmune diseases

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For Answer

What is juvenile (Type 1) diabetes and multiple sclerosis (MS)?

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$100

HIV infects these cells of this body system

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For Answer

What are helper T-cells of the immune system?

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$200

One of three ways it is possible to contract HIV

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For Answer

What is unprotected sex, sharing needles, or blood transfusions?

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$300

This is when doctors tell someone they now have AIDS

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For Answer

What is when their T-cell count drops below a certain number?

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$400

True or False: HIV symptoms appear almost immediately after you contract the virus

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For Answer

What is false?

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$500

This is the leading cause of death amongst AIDS patients

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For Answer

What is pneumonia?

Next

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FINAL JEOPARDY

DISEASE BASICS

THE THREE WAYS IT IS POSSIBLE TO GET A DISEASE

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For Answer

What is by pathogens, toxins, or inherited?

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