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Individuals \
a) were exposed to a virus b) swim in cold water c) go outside without a jacket d) went to bed with wet hair
Which of the following would NOT help you remain healthly?
a) smoking tobacco regularly b) maintain a healthy diet c) exercise several times a week d) wash your hands frequently
Organisms that cause disease are
a) pathogens b) symptoms c) genetics d) toxins
Exposure to a weakened of mild form of a pathogen to produce immunity is a(n)...
a) vaccine b) fever c) interferon d) antibiotic
How do viruses cause damage to organisms?
a) destroy cells as they multiply b) release toxins as they carry out life processes c) remove nutrients from the digestive system d) grow and block the flow of blood
Immunity is the body\'s ability to...
a) destroy pathogens before they cause disease b) produce antigens c) distinguish one pathogen from another d) fight disease with the inflammatory response
The molecules on pathogens that enable the immune system to distinguish one kind of pathogen from another are called...
a) antigens b) antibodies c) B molecules d) T molecules
Which illness is always caused by a pathogen?
a) flu b) heart attack c) diabetes d) cancer
Viruses are considered non-living because they...
a) cannot multiply b) use energy to grow c) produce wastes d) are not cells
A virus needs energy to
a) multiply b) make cells c) grow and develop d) make food
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