The term "communicable disease" refers to a disease that can be transmitted:
a. From one person to another.
b. From an animal to a person.
From a person to an animal.
d. From one animal to another.
e. By one or more of the above methods.
A communicable disease that is spread by sneezing is called a(n):
a. Arthropod-borne disease.
b. Intestinal disease.
d. Venereal disease.
Most parasitic worms found in raw meats can be destroyed by cooking meat at
proper temperatures for the proper amount of time.
a. The statement is true.
b. The statement is false.
Antibiotics started to be used to successfully treat diseases in the: