When someone has diarrhea and the underlying cause is not known, then the person is said to have a disease.
How can we define the term 'Disease'?
Both a and b
Bholu suddenly caught cold and fever. The doctor gave him some medicines and asked him to take good rest. Bholu asked a curious question to the doctor as to why do we all fall ill? Choose the correct option that would have been the doctor's answer.
- We fall ill because few microbes enter our body and make us uncomfortable
- We fall ill because surrounding environment affects us
- We fall ill because our body behaves strangely
- We fall ill because we eat unhealthy food
Which of the following factors are responsible for causing diseases?
Malfunction of body organs
All of the above
Nutritional deficiencies in diet
Which of the following is/are an example of a chronic diseases?
Which of the following is a direct transmission of infection?
Transmission by blood
Entry through skin
Which of the following are factors responsible for diseases?
Malfunctioning of organs or body parts
Living in an unhygienic environment
Consumption of alcohol, tobacco or drugs
Taking a balanced diet
Any physical or functional change in the body from a normal state which causes discomfort or disability is called a disease.
On the basis of whether the diseases are spread from one person to another or not, the diseases are of two types: infectious and non-infectious diseases.