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Infectious Diseases

Infectious Diseases

Infectious Diseases: We Wish We Had Some Chicken Soup For This Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Infectious Diseases? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. Which of the following is NOT a pathogen?


Bacteria
Cancer
Parasite
Virus
Fungi
Q. A group of bacteria living together for a common purpose is called a _________________.


Biogroup
Bug clot
Bacteria pod
Bionetwork
Biofilm
Q. What is a superbug?


A pathogen that is larger than a cell.
A pathogen that causes a pandemic.
pathogen that is resistant to two or more drugs.
A pathogen that can survive radiation.
A bug that wears a cape.
Q. The bacteria in your gut are usually_________________.


Painful
Helpful
Drug resistant
Different after you eat
Comprised of two species
Q. Which of the following is a treatment for Ebola?


Antifungals
Antibiotics
Antiviral drugs
All of above
None of the above
Q. The common cold is usually caused by_________________.


Rhinovirus
Influenza
Norovirus
Rotavirus
African eyeworm
Q. Which is the first disease to be eradicated by human efforts?


Influenza
Tuberculosis
Smallpox
Bubonic plague
Cholera
Q. Which letter correctly ranks the diseases from least deadly to most deadly?


Yeast infection, malaria, HIV, tuberculosis
Malaria, tuberculosis, HIV, yeast infection
Yeast infection, malaria, tuberculosis, HIV
Malaria, tuberculosis, yeast infection, HIV
Tuberculosis, malaria, yeast infection, HIV
Q. What is a symptom of Rabies?


Fear of water
Excess saliva
Paralysis
Hallucinations
All of the above
Q. How many people are infected with a brain-eating amoeba each year in the United States?


Less than 1
3-5
50-100
1000-2000
More than 3000
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