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By Andrés Fernández Expósito 6ºA
1. Health and ilness
Your health is a state of physical, mental and social well-being.
• Dermatologist, cardiologist…
Types of ilnesses
2. Infectious diseases
Bateria, viruses, protozoans and fungi are common
microorganisms. Some of then are not harmful to humans, but
others can cause infectious diseases.
Bacteria: (Tuberculosis, tetanus, salmonellosis) Antibiotics.
Viruses: (Flu, measles, rubella, AIDS) Antiviral medicines.
Protozoans: (Malaria, cholera) Anti-protist medicines.
Fungi: (Diseases of skin, hair and nails) Antifungal medicines.
How are infectious diseases
3. Preventing infectious diseases
To prevent infectious diseases, we must keep healthy lifestyle habits and
follow a schedule of vaccinations.
Wash your hands
Brush yor teeth
Keep your pets
A vaccine is a substance that contains weak or dead
microorganisms. These organisms can’t make you ill, but they
help your body to resist the same disease in the future.
4. Preventing non-infectious