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By Andy Lee Grade8<br />Pathogens and Toxins<br />
H1N1 is a virus which made of human influenza, bird influenza and pig influenza. It’s a new virus, the virus is spread fro...
Your body’s defense system will try hard to get rid of H1N1, but even tertiary will fail, and your body gets invaded by H1...
Botulism is a rare but serious paralytic illness caused by botulinum toxin which is produced by the bacterium clostidium b...
Take care when canning foods with low acid an content like corn beets, green beans, and asparagus. <br />Take care when ca...
Nicotine Figure of nicotine in ourbody<br />Nicotine is a highly addictive substance. It occurs naturally in tobaco. Nicot...
Identify the smoke allergy triggers in your home. <br />Take steps to prevent them from aggravating your condition.<br />H...
E.coli (Escherichia Coli) are member of a large group of germs that inhabit intestinal tract of human or warm blooded anim...
If we got E.Coli, immunes system tell our body to produce more white blood cells and antibody. White blood cells attack E....
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  1. 1. By Andy Lee Grade8<br />Pathogens and Toxins<br />
  2. 2. H1N1 is a virus which made of human influenza, bird influenza and pig influenza. It’s a new virus, the virus is spread from person-to person. <br />It causes fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose, body aches, headache, vomiting, tiredness and diarrhea.<br />It causes respiratory disease such as asthma. It can have second bacteria infections like bronchitis and rarely pneumonia of respiratory failure. Urinary(kidney, bladder) system can not control fluid balances.<br />H1N1 Figure of H1N1 influenza virus<br />
  3. 3. Your body’s defense system will try hard to get rid of H1N1, but even tertiary will fail, and your body gets invaded by H1N1. <br />To prevent H1N1 ,we should wear mask. <br />Wash hands use soap.<br />Don’t go to crowded places.<br />Don’t touch your face.<br />How to prevent H1N1<br />
  4. 4. Botulism is a rare but serious paralytic illness caused by botulinum toxin which is produced by the bacterium clostidium botulism of bacteria.<br />It causes respiratory failure. It leal to paralysis of the breathing muscles. It also releases acetyl sholineso which prevent the nerves from stimulating the muscles to contract. <br />Botulism can effect our muscles and respiratory system. Eventually it can effect our whole system because our body stops functioning.<br />Take care when canning foods with low acid an content like corn beets, green beans, and asparagus. Also be aware that there are foods that are at high risk of spreading botulism. These include cannot juice, tomatoes, chili peppers, and cheese sauce.<br />Botulism Figure of botulinum<br />
  5. 5. Take care when canning foods with low acid an content like corn beets, green beans, and asparagus. <br />Take care when canning foods with low acid an content like corn beets, green beans, and asparagus. Also be aware that there are foods that are at high risk of spreading botulism. These include cannot juice, tomatoes, chili peppers, and cheese sauce.<br />How to prevent Botulism<br />
  6. 6. Nicotine Figure of nicotine in ourbody<br />Nicotine is a highly addictive substance. It occurs naturally in tobaco. Nicotine which occurs in tobaco leaves ranges from 2% to 7%. Each cigarette contains about 10 milligrams of nicotine. Nicotine plays on essential role in increasing a user’s risk of Coronary Heart Disease in lung function including shortness of breath nagging rough and a lower life expectancy by seven years.<br />Smoking can decrease lung capacity, shortness of breathing, nagging cough, blood pressure higher, lower life expectancy and neurological toxin.<br />There are differences between someone who smokes and someone who doesn’t smoke. The immune system lower down and causes cancer. <br />If we smoke, our blood vessels became thinner and it effects our internal functioning of organs. Also out eyesight will get bad and for pregnant the baby can be a deformed child.<br />Identify the smoke allergy triggers in your home and take steps to prevent them from aggravating your condition.<br />
  7. 7. Identify the smoke allergy triggers in your home. <br />Take steps to prevent them from aggravating your condition.<br />How to prevent Smoking<br />
  8. 8. E.coli (Escherichia Coli) are member of a large group of germs that inhabit intestinal tract of human or warm blooded animals such as birds.<br />If there are too many E.Coli then it produces a toxin that can cause chills, fever, and other potentially fatal symptoms such as diarrhea.<br />E.Coli causes urinary tract infection, gastrientententis, neonatalnening, neomolyticuremic(name of the disease that related with digestive system.. It also causes negative effects to our digestive system.<br />If we got E.Coli, immunes system tell our body to produce more white blood cells and antibody. White blood cells attack E.Coli if we get it. To prevent E.Coli, just wash hands regularly.<br />E.Coli(Escherichia Coli) Figure of E.Coli<br />
  9. 9. If we got E.Coli, immunes system tell our body to produce more white blood cells and antibody. White blood cells attack E.Coli if we get it. To prevent E.Coli, just wash hands regularly.<br />Ddd<br />White blood cell<br />How to prevent Escherichia Coli<br />

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