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The Good, Bad, and Ugly
Transcript of The Good, Bad, and Ugly
- Bacteria can be present in the human respiratory system and digestive system which help to protect those systems from other bad bacteria.
- Bacteria can also be attributed with thehelping of fermentation. They are used in baking and cheese making.
- Nitrogen Fixing is a process that bacteria administers to create nitrogen.
- Bacteria is one factor that helps to digest food and gain nutrients from food absorbed.
3 Types of Bacteria
Streptococcus Pyogenes: Strep Throat
- This is a highly contagious illness that can be transferred via air or touch. People coughing and the bacteria getting on hands and other limbs touching the face could open up the possibility of contracting strep.
- Symptoms include: Throat Pain, Rash, Fever, Headache, Swollen Tonsils
- Can be treated via medications such as antibiotics.
- This can be prevented by staying clean, washing hands, covering your mouth when sneezing and coughing.
Klebsiella Pneumoniae: Pneumonia
- Can be contracted following the flu or any kind of cold. People with respiratory diseases and other problems are also open to infection. Old age is also an easier way of contracting it.
- Symptoms include: Sharp pain in the chest, Fever, Coughing, dehydration, fatigue
- This illness can be treated by antibiotics and oxygen therapy
- This illness can be prevented by vaccines staying clean avoiding bacteria
Lists of Malicious Bacteria:
1. Staphylococcus Aureus: Staph Infection
2. Streptococcus Pyogenes: Strep Throat
3. Mycobacterium Tuberculosis
4. Neisseria Gonorrhoeae
5. Escherichia coli: E-coli
6. Klebsiella Pneumoniae: Pneumonia
7. Neisseria Meningitidis
8. Clostridium Perfringens: Food poisoning
9. Clostridium Tetani: Tetanus
10.Chlamydia Trachomatis: Chlamydia
List of malicious viruses
3. Hepatitis C
5. Small Pox
9. Yellow Fever
10. Rhino Virus
- Ebola can be contracted by touching someone with the disease or coming into contact with an infected person’s body fluids.
- Symptoms include: fever, fatigue, vomiting, pain,
- The illness can be treated by a blood transfusion, and intensive care
- The Illness can be prevented by not coming into contact with infected people and not eating infected meat.
The Good, Bad, and Ugly by Kabir Grover and Niko Oseland
- Bacteria can be used to fight other malicious bacteria. I.e. antibiotics.
- Bacteria can produce things in the human body. Drugs and Vitamins are just two examples.
- Tuberculosis is an airborne disease that can be transferred from person to person via coughing or sneezing. People are more likely to contract it from lots of exposure to a certain person.
- Symptoms include: Coughing, Coughing blood, Fever, Fatigue
- This illness can be treated by antibiotics
- This illness can be prevented by staying in clean environments and wearing a mask is also recommended.
Escherichia coli: E-coli
- E-coli can be contracted through foods such as ground beef and other meats. Unpasteurized milk and some fresh products can also give this illness to people
- Symptoms include: Diarrhea, abdominal cramping, nausea, vomiting
- This illness can be treated by rest and fluids to prevent the dehydration that comes with the illness
- This illness can be prevented by avoiding risky foods. Vaccination does not help with this illness.
Chlamydia Trachomatis: Chlamydia
- Chlamydia can be contracted through any type of sexual contact through an infected person.
- Symptoms include: Permanent damage to reproductive tract, vaginal discharge, urinary tract infection
- This illness can be treated by antibiotics
- This illness can be prevented by being test and careful with protection
- Cause of Hepatitis C come from the blood. Infected blood that comes into contact with a person would infect that person.
- Symptoms include: Fatigue, Weight Loss, Bleeding and Bruising, Itchy Skin
- Illness can be treated by a liver transplant, avoiding all types of alcohol, and an antiviral drug
- Illness can be prevent by not using drugs where you inject them, tattoos are also meant to be taken precautioned of, Protection during intercourse
- Influenza can be contracted through the air or skin to skin contact. The same ways that a cold can be contracted transfer over to the flu.
- Symptoms include: Fever, chills, fatigue, runny nose, headache
- Illness can be treated by an antiviral drug, Fluid replacement, and rest/sleep
- Illness can be prevented by handwashing, avoiding infected people.
- HIV can be contracted by blood and bodily fluids or sexual contact.
- Symptoms include: Fever, fatigue, body aches, vomiting
- Illness can be treated by an antiviral medication which does not really cure anyone of the disease.
- Illness can be prevented by staying away from blood and body fluids.
- Rhino Virus can be contracted during the seasons of Summer, Fall, and Winter. It is usually contracted with another flu that transfers the Rhino Virus with it.
- Symptoms include: Sneezing, Coughing, Headache, facial and ear pressure, etc
- Illness can be treated by just resting and hydrating yourself. The virus can only be removed naturally by your own body’s immune system.
- Illness can be prevented by coming into contact with people who appear to be sick during the ¾ seasons. Also, not exchanging bodily fluids with other people can also prevent the virus