Class 5 My Science, Health and Physical Education Guide Part 2 - Health Education Lesson 7 - Communicable Diseases Solution

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Class 5 My Science, Health and Physical Education Guide

Part 2 - Health Education

Lesson 7 - Communicable Diseases

1. Match the diseases with their symptoms.

Answer 👉 

Diseases ----------Symptoms

(a) Measles ( ) red spots appear.

(b) Whooping cough ( ) having continuous cough.

(c) Tuberculosis ( ) blood appears in phlegm.

(d) Chickenpox ( ) bubbles with water appear.

(e) Cholera ( ) having stool like ‘rice water’.

2. Answer the following questions.

a. What is communicable disease?

Answer 👉  A communicable disease is an illness caused by a pathogenic microorganism, such as a virus, bacterium, or parasite, that can be transmitted from one person to another or from animals to humans.

b. Write the names of any five non-communicable diseases.

Answer 👉 Examples of non-communicable diseases include diabetes, cancer, heart disease, Alzheimer's disease, and osteoporosis.

c. What are the symptoms of tuberculosis?

Answer 👉  The symptoms of tuberculosis can include a persistent cough that lasts three weeks or longer, chest pain, coughing up blood or sputum, fatigue, fever, chills, night sweats, and loss of appetite.

d. Write any five causes of being affected by disease.

Answer 👉  Five causes of being affected by disease include poor hygiene, exposure to infectious agents such as bacteria or viruses, weakened immune system, environmental factors such as pollution, and genetic factors.

e. Write the symptoms and preventive measures of whooping cough.

Answer 👉 The symptoms of whooping cough (also known as pertussis) include severe coughing fits, followed by a high-pitched "whoop" sound when the person breathes in, vomiting, and exhaustion. The preventive measures for whooping cough include vaccination, avoiding contact with infected individuals, washing hands regularly, and covering the mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing.

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