Being Healthy By Andrew hollar

In this presentation we will be talking about communicable and noncommunicable diseases.
Communicable diseases can be transferred from the host to another person. Examples of these are Flu, Ebola, and many more.
There are some things that you can do that can prevent communicable diseases. Such as vaccines and antibodies if its an bacteria infection. Don't drink after anyone either.
A noncommunicable disease is a disease that cannot be transferred from one person to another. They generally last for a long time and you usually live with them.
The main ways to prevent a noncommunicable disease is to eat healthy and exercise daily. This also lower you risk of diseases too.
These diseases can do horrible things to you so it's important that you try to prevent them.

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