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Vaccine is a making ready of dead or
weakened germs that cause the
immune system to produce antibodies.
What is Communicable Disease? Types of germs What is immune system?
Communicable diseases spread from Bacteria are tiny, simple one-celled. They Immune system made up of special cells,
one person to another, object to person, or live everywhere. Bacteria creatures that proteins, tissues, and organs to against germs and
an animal to a person. For example, get nutrients from their environments in microorganisms in the body.
common cold, influenza, and flu. order to live. Some bacteria are dangerous Immunity is your bodys ability
to health but not all bacteria are bad. to fight germs which cause a
specific disease.
Viruses need to be inside living cells to
grow and reproduce. Virus cause upper 3 of 5 Major Barriers to keep germs away
respiratory infections, flu, and colds. Skin acts as a protective barrier.
Saliva contains chemicals to destroy many
injurious organisms.
Tears wash away germs and contain chemicals
to kill some injurious organisms.

How do Pathogens (Germs) Spread??

Direct contact
What are germs? Example: touching, kissing, sexual
Germs or pathogens are tiny contact, or contact with oral secretions
microorganisms that exist around us Indirect contact
and are invisible to the human eye that Example: an infected person sneezes or
can only be seen by a microscope. coughs, sending infectious droplets into
the air.