Module 2 Food and Health

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1. What is the difference between a parasite and pathogen?

  • A parasite lives in or on another living thing causing harm to its host whereas a pathogen doesnt
  • A pathogen lives in or on another living thing causing harm to its host whereas a parasite doesn't.
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2. Why can bacteria infect someone quickly?

  • They are able to reproduce rapidly in the right conditions
  • They belong to the kingdom prokaryote
  • They are small

3. What causes Tuberculosis (TB)?

  • Bacteria
  • Virus
  • Fungi

4. A mosquito sucks blood from an infected person and bites an uninfected person and transfer the infectious plasmodium What is this an example of?

  • A disease being transferred
  • A disease being transmitted
  • A disease being migrated

5. How is HIV/AIDS transmitted, what are the most common ways of it being transmitted?

  • Drinking a toxic drink
  • Unprotected sexual intercourse,sharing unhygienic needles (drug use)
  • A insect biting you

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