Question 1. Which one of the following diseases is not due to contamination of water?
Question 2. Due to unsafe drinking waterand lack of Sanitation, three main communicable diseases in developing countries are __________.
(A) Rheumatism, Malaria, AIDS
(B) Orchociasis, White blindness, Arthritis
(C) Malaria, Acute diarrhoea, Schistosomiasis
(D) Diarrhoea, Cancer, Gout
Question 3. BCG vaccine is given in_______.
(C) Whooping cough
Question 4. The BCG vaccine must be proculated to a newborn baby within________.
(A) 48 days
(B) Just after the birth
(C) Seven days
(D) 6 months
Question 5. Which one of the following is an antibiotic drug?
(D) None of the above
Question 6. Bright’s disease affects human body in the part ___________.
Question 7. Pneumoconiosis affects the workers who work mainly in ____________.
(A) Glass Industry
(C) Coal mining industry
Question 8. Ramu injects an injection in an excess amount. As resultants, he suffers from spasm, apoplexy and faintness and dies later. The reason is_______.
(A) Lack of calcium ion in blood
(B) Lack of glycogen in blood
(C) Highly glucose concentration in blood
(D) Unusual glucose concentration in blood
Question 9. The factor of madcow disease is_______.
Question 10. Foot and Mouth disease in animals, a current epidemic in some parts of the world, is caused by ________.
Question 11. ‘Foot & Mouth’ disease is mainly found in_______.
(A) Cattle and sheep
(B) Sheep and goat
(C) Cattle and pig
(D) All of the above
Question 12. The year 2011 has been marked by the livestock disease named _________.
(D) Foot mouth disease
Question 13. Leprosy is caused by_______.
Question 14. In a patient of Thalassemia, the body is unable to synthesise ___________.
(D) Vitamin D
Question 15. Thalassemia is a hereditary disease which affects _________.
(D) None of these
Question 16. Interferon is used for the control of_______.
Question 17. Leander Paes was forced off the Court of Tennis in 2003 after a problem was defected in his brain. What was the problem?
(A) A cyst
(B) Some spinal fluid
(C) A haemorrhage
(D) A tumour
Question 18. All of the following diseases are caused by virus except________.
Question 19. The disease in which high levels of uric acid in the blood are characteristic is________.
(A) Rheumatism heart
Question 20. Which one of the following diseases cannot be controlled by vaccination?
(B) Whooping cough
Question 21. Diabetes is caused due to malfunctioning of_______.
(A) Gall bladder
Question 22. Which one of the following seeds can benefit a patient of diabetes mellitus by normalizing his blood sugar level?
(A) Fenugreek seeds
(B) Cumin seeds
(C) Mustard seeds
(D) Coriander seeds
Question 23. Curry leaf tree, a native of India has the potential of a multibillion-dollar production for the pharmaceutical companies as revealed by British researchers, a cure for which disease is claimed for the curry leaf?
(D) Blood pressure
Question 24. The hormone insulin which is used in treating diabetes was discovered by ________.
(C) Schleiden and Schwann
(D) F.G. Banting
Question 25. A commonest side effect of Cu-T ___________.
(A) Pelvic inflammatory disease