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Micro-organisms: useful microbes

Description: This section highlights to students that not all microbes are harmful by examining beneficial microbes.

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Spread of infection: respiratory hygiene

Description: In this section students observe on a large and fun scale how far germs are carried when they sneeze, and that covering your mouth with a tissue, or your sleeve (not your hand) can prevent the spread of infection.

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Prevention of infection: oral hygiene

Description: In this section students explore how to prevent dental decay (caries). Students will look at the sugar in their own diets and the amount of sugar contained in common drinks. They are introduced to looking after their teeth and mouths to keep them healthy and prevent infection.

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Spread of infection: sexually transmitted infections

Description: Sexually transmitted infections are on the increase, particularly amongst the young adult population. This section aims to teach students how sexual activity can lead to the spread of microbes and disease. Students observe how easily potentially harmful microbes can transfer to the people you care about without either of you knowing.

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Spread of infection: respiratory hygiene

Description: This section aims to teach students how poor respiratory hygiene can lead to the spread of microbes and disease. Students observe how far microbes are carried when they sneeze and how many people can be affected.

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