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  • Answer: Diseases can be spread sexually (kissing, sharing bodily fluidsetc), airborne(when you cough or sneeze into the air), physicalcontact (germs on your hands, skin diseases, etc). Diseases can bespread in many ways.
  • Answer: Some do but mostly to animals but yes... i think
  • Answer: cancer, DYERIA AND trampitas
  • Answer: Cockroaches crawl all over the place. So they will crawl on thingsthat are quite unsanitary and carry the germs to other areas andeven food. Plus, like a number of insects, roaches my crawl in yournose or mouth in your sleep.
  • Answer: There are several different diseases that cockroaches can spread tohumans and other animals. Some of these diseases include dysentery,typhoid, poliomyelitis, and gastroenteritis.
  • Answer: microorganisms spread diseases. They spread very harmful diseases. If microorganisms land on our food and if we eat it we may get food poisoning.
  • Answer: Schistosomiasis (also known as bilharzia, bilharziosis or snail fever).
  • Answer: diseases are spread when a infected person sneezes or coughs.
    which means the germs will invade your baody and you will end up psick.
  • Answer:
    • There is direct contact: person to person, animal to person and mother to unborn child
    • There is indirect contact: doorknob, phone, etc.
    • There is droplet transmission: sneezing, coughing, etc.
    • There is particle transmission: air particles can transfer infectious diseases
    • There is Bites and Stings: mosquitoes, lice, ticks, etc.
    • There is Food Contamination: food, beverages, ice. I.E.-> A person may sneeze in the ice tray at their work, scoop the ice to put in your soda and you drink it. Ice is just as easily contaminated as any food!

  • Answer: diseases spread after flood because chemicals of factories and dirty thinks mixes into water and as a result choler, typhoid like diseases spread also when the water dries up the pollution is carried through the air which is more harmful.
  • Answer: Jaundice is one of the Diseases.
  • Answer: spread diseases that leave painful sores but are not fatalspread by bite, physical contact, or feces
  • Answer: Through lots of ways person to person if you touch somehting that is dieseased not washing hands... THROUGH THE AIR
  • Answer: Flood water is not just overflow from streams - flooding often causes sewers to overflow, which of course are very unhygienic places. Since all flood water (from various sources) tends to mix together in areas of flooding, a huge amount of germs can be spread very efficiently over a large vicinity. A secondary issue is that bacteria, molds etc... require water and dampness in order to multiply effectively; flooding allows them not just to spread, but also to multiply.

How do houseflies spread diseases?

  • Yes a whole host of elements

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  • Answer: Yes a whole host of elements
  • Answer: Houseflies may carry pathological organisms (e.g. from feces to the kitchen counter). In this manner, they may transmit disease.
  • Answer: Pathogens, such as Bacteria, Viruses, Prions, Viroids, etc.
  • Answer: Diseases can be spread ten ways that I know of:

    1. Through the air, i.e. by people coughing, sneezing or breathing on you. This is called droplet infection since their breath contains tiny water droplets, containing the harmful microbe. e.g. the flu and influenza.

    2. Eating contaminated food, such as chicken i.e. food poisoning.

    3. Drinking contaminated water. For example, if sewage has gotten into your drinking water you could catch Salmonella and E-Coli.

    4. During sexual intercourse diseases can be passed from one person to another, i.e. syphilis (bacterial); yeast; HPV (viral).

    5. Through a cut. For example, if you punctured your foot by stepping on a rusty nail, you could catch Tetanus which is fatal if untreated.

    6. From mother to baby through the placenta, i.e. Rubella.

    7. Through blood. For example, drug addicts sharing needles could catch HIV. (Human Immunodeficiency virus) Although the USA blood donor supply is scrutinized through massive pre-testing, recipients of donor blood can contact hepatitis, HIV, etc.

    8. By touching people. e.g. fungus or bacterial infections. Or by stepping barefoot in public shower areas, i.e. Athletes Foot which is caused by a fungus.

    9. Animal bites can spread diseases. for example mosquitoes can carry malaria and dogs can carry rabies.

    10. Depressed auto-immune systems or an existing condition which makes a person susceptible to many infections. For example, diabetes can lead to urinary infections and skin or vaginal yeast infections.
  • Answer: The reason why is also answered by How, desieses spread through bodily fluids, theres no real reason "Why"
  • Answer: Mostly by not washing hands.
  • Answer: Most diseases are spread by germs.
  • Answer: Communicable diseases are most often spread by microrganisms which are transferred from individual to individual by droplet contact (sneezing, kissing, etc.), sexual (bodily fluid) contact, foodborne contact, and water source contact. Sometimes skin to skin contact is sufficient, as well.
  • Answer: With a flytrap. These are available commercially or you can makeyour own. The picture shows a simple cardboard flytrap used tocatch fruit flies (the small hole in the inwards pointing "funnel"allows the flies in but they get stuck trying to get out).
    One flytrap that is easy to make yourself uses a glass jar with alittle sugar water (bait) in the bottom and an inward pointing"funnel" lid.
  • Answer: There are tons of ways to stop the spread of diseases that are communicable (meaning they pass from one person to another). Listed below are the most common:

    • Washing your hands
    • Using hand sanitizers
    • Wearing masks when sick
    • Washing door knobs, dishes, hard surfaces with bleach
    • AND most importantly, get vaccinated. If you are prone to infections such as the Flu or Pneumonia you can benefit from being vaccinated.

  • Answer: Rabies, lyme disease, etc.
  • Answer: two diseases spread by the activity of a vector
  • Answer: mosquitos mostly
  • Answer: it depends on the disease. different diseases can be spread differently.