Yoga does not contribute in which form of health
D. Both A and B
What is not that important to MAINTAIN good health as other options are?
A. Balanced Diet
B. Personal hygiene
C. Regular exercise
D. Proper disposal of kitchen waste
What is necessary for ACHIEVING good health?
A. Vaccination against genetic disorders, Awareness about diseases and control of vectors
B. Vaccination, awareness about diseases and proper disposal of waste
C. Control of vectors and maintenance of hygienic food and water resources only
D. Self care and awareness along with immunization.
Among non-infectious diseases, what is the major cause of death?
D. Rheumatoid arthritis
Pathogens are not
A. Most of the parasites
B. Result in morphological and functional damage
C. Have to adapt to life within the environment of host
D. They are of four types- bacteria, fungi, viruses and protozoans
A. Caused by bacterium which infects only small intestine by means of food and water that is contaminated
B. Caused by protozoan which infects small intestine by means of contaminated water and food and then migrates to other organs through blood
C. Caused by bacterium which infects small intestine by means of contaminated water and food and then migrates to other organs through blood
D. Caused by protozoan which infects only small intestine by means of food and water that is contaminated
Following are some symptoms, find the disease associated with it.
Sustained high fever, weakness, stomach pain, constipation, headache, loss of appetite
Intestinal perforation is the ultimate symptom of the extreme stage of which disorder?
A cook, carrier of a disease and spread the disease for many years by the food she prepared. This information is associated with a classic case on medicine, that of
A. Mary Melon nicknamed Typhoid Mary
B. Typhoid Mary nicknamed Mary Mallon
C. Mary Mallon nicknamed Typhoid Mary
D. Mary Melon nicknamed Typhoid Melon
Infection of alveoli of lungs, alveoli become fluid filled and lead to severe problems in respiration are characteristic feature of
A. A bacterial disease
B. A viral disease
C. A fungal disease
D. A helminth disease