Pathogens are micro-organisms, such as bacteria, that cause disease by entering directly to cell/tissues, or by producing toxins that can affect the body.
Toxins are harmful substances that affect our body negatively. Depending on what kind of toxin, it affects on different part of body system. For example, smoking inhales nicotine, that causes addiction, and lung cancer (see more on nicotine slide).
H1N1 is a virus that came out of bird and human flu- and it infected pigs, and that is called ‘ swine flu ’. When this virus infects human, it’s really hard to recover because it has three influenzas. Under the microscope, H1N1 is circular, like a ball out of air.
Unlike normal cold, it can not be cured by normal cold medicine; needs Tamiflu medication. That is why people are very aware of H1N1.
Symptoms are very similar to cold symptoms: Fever +1 or more:
Once H1N1 virus invades respiratory system, it causes respiratory disease, such as asthma . If it is not cured properly, it can have second bacterial infections, like bronchitis , and respiratory failure .
Also, infected person’s urine system (urine, bladder) and fluid balance won’t function properly
What happens to my defense system if I get infected by H1N1?
Your body’s defense system will try very hard to get rid of H1N1, but even tertiary system will fail; and then the body gets invaded by H1N1
To prevent from getting infected by H1N1 as much as possible: