Which is a communicable disease?
Communicable diseases, also known as infectious diseases or transmissible diseases, are illnesses that result from the infection, presence and growth of pathogenic (capable of causing disease) biologic agents in an individual human or other animal host. i.e. Chicken pox
Animal dung and other decaying matter can be used to produce:
Germs present in water can be killed by:
Loss of excess water and salt from the body is called:
Which of the following diseases is caused because of unclean surroundings and bad food habits?
Organic waste can be disposed of by:
To protect ourselves from diseases, sewage should be disposed off in: