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Communicable and non-communicable diseases

This PREZI is about our PYP Topic "Communicable and non-communicable diseases"
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Rodrigo Gallo

on 11 November 2016

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Transcript of Communicable and non-communicable diseases

Central Idea
Humans actions can prevent diseases

Lines of Inquiry
1-Diseases spread around
the world.
2-Having healthy habits can prevent diseases.
Taking Action
Making Conclusions

Key Concepts
Diseases , Prevention
Causation , Reflection
Related Concepts
1.- line of inquiry:
Diseases spread around the world
Communicable Diseases
2.- Line of Inquiry:
Having a healthy body can help to prevent diseases
Going Further
The interview
Bibliography
Today we are going to present...
Finding ut
Topic :
"Communicable and
non-communicable diseases"

Members: Mateo Galvez, Rodrigo Gallo,
Special Thanks
-Carolina Gambini
-Karina Rodriguez
-Milagros Portugal
-Elihú Matto
-Paty Limón
-John Kapusta
Our first meeting with our mentors
Doing exercise
Globalization 101. Diseases Go Global
http://www.globalization101.org/diseases-go-global/
(retrieved on 2012)
PMC. Global Transport Network and Infectious Diseases Spread
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3145127/
(retrieved on July 28th, 2011
Karina rodriguez
milagros portugal
-Reduces your risk of Cardiovascular Disease
Guidelines and getting at least 2 hours and 30 minutes a week of moderate aerobic activity can put you at a lower risk for these disease.
eating healthy
medical care
Hygiene
aids
what is aids?
which are it's symtoms?
-Prolonged fevers
-Weakness
-Unintended weight lost
-Diarrhea
Is a spectrum of conditions caused by infection with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV).
-Reduces your risk of Virus' attacks
how we can prevent it?
-Using anticonceptives
-Avoiding contact with used syringes
-Making blood transfusions with without the virus
-Talk about it.
THANK YOU EVERYBODY
Better health channel personal hygiene
http://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/bhcv2/bhcarticles.nsf/pages/personal_hygiene
(RETRIVE JUNE 2011)
Our action was to talk to 4th grade children about how dangerous can diseases be and how they can prevent them.

Marialejandra Chumacero and Fernanda Valencia
Eating healthy makes your organism have a good digestion and also to have a stronger body
Hygiene helps to our body to get clean and prevent viruses, like when you wash your hands before eating.
TUnING IN
We chose this topic because we wanted to know how a person can be victim of diseases, and how to prevent them.
Making the souvenirs
Rest and Recreation

nON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES
Non-communicable diseases are the ones that can't be transmited from a person to another.
It means that the virus or bacteria can gets only in 1 organism.


Visit to doctors or dentists is important. They check our body organs or teeth to know if we have any virus, bacteria, etc.
Diabetes (type 1 and 2)
What is diabetes?
Diabetes mellitus type 1 is a chronic condition that is triggered when the body loses its ability to produce enought insulin.
- Frequently drink water
- Be very hungry
- Frequent urination
- Weight loss for no apparent reason
How we can prevent it?
-Eating healthy
-Doing exercises
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Which are it's syptoms?
here WE MADE AN INTERVIEW TO OUR sCHOOL'S NURSE
Are the ones that can be passed from person to another, it means that the virus or bacteria goes from an infected person to a non-infected person.

Experts recommend 8 hours of rest to obtain enoght energy. Relaxion is also important, it helps the brain to be calm and without stress.
We interviewed Doctor Brenda Caceres, that is specialist in epidemiology.
pyp Exhibition
2015

We made an interview to our school's nurse
And we made a survey

Our conclusion was that we have to talk people about how dangerous and lethal diseases are, how many types of diseases there are, and how to prevent them with healthy habits.
Interview with Brenda Caseres Mejia
Specialist Epidemiologie
Medicin in UPC
Lima , August 4 2015 .
Diabetes mellitus type 2 is a metabolic disorder that is characterized by hyperglycemia, in the context of insulin resistance and relative lack of insulin.
MONES XIOL, Juan

"Sintomas y enfermedades del intestino".

Amat, Barcelona, 2010. p.25.
Grupal conclusion:
Interview with Jackie
Lord Byron School's nurse
Lima, August 14 2015.

In the web
We inquired in books...

Diabetes (type 1 and 2)
What is diabetes?
Diabetes mellitus type 1 is a chronic condition that is triggered when the body loses its ability to produce enought insulin.
- Frequently drink water
- Be very hungry
- Frequent urination
- Weight loss for no apparent reason
How we can prevent it?
-Eating healthy
-Doing exercises
Which are it's syptoms?
Diabetes mellitus type 2 is a metabolic disorder that is characterized by hyperglycemia, in the context of insulin resistance and relative lack of insulin.

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