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5 ways to prevent the spread of the HIV virus from mother to child

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Possible ways to prevent the spread of the HIV virus from the mother to her child is another important question of unit 5 ' Life Skills Education '. This question was asked many times already in the SSLC examination conducted as per the MBOSE syllabus. Q1. What is HIV? What prevention can an HIV positive mother take to ensure that the infection is not passed on the child?          (2+8=10) Ans. Human Immuno-Deficiency Virus (HIV) is a deadly viral disease that attacks the immune system and weakens the defense system against diseases. 5 ways to prevent the spread of the HIV virus from mother to her child HIV positive mother has a high chance of spreading the HIV virus to her newborn baby. That happens because of the mother-fetus relationship which is too much attached. To prevent a child from contracting the HIV virus of its mother, the following things need to be remembered: 1.       Prevent HIV infection in women, also,  preventing unwante

3 things to prevent all forms of HIV transmission

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Routes of HIV transmission and 3 things to prevent all forms of HIV tran smission is one of the most frequently asked questions at the Meghalaya Board of School Education, MBOSE both in the old and new syllabus patterns. Structure of an HIV virus       |     Photo - 123RF The questions may come as - What is HIV? What are the main routes of HIV transmission? Describe three things that can be done to prevent all forms of HIV transmission. Answer Human Immuno-Deficiency Virus (HIV) is a deadly viral disease that attacks the immune system and weakens the defense system against diseases. ROUTES OF HIV TRANSMISSION: The main routes of HIV transmission include – Unprotected penetrative sex with someone who is infected with the HIV virus. Infection or transfusion of contaminated blood or blood transplants is taken from someone who is infected. From infected mother to her baby, which, can occur during pregnancy, at birth, and through breastfeeding. Sharing of unsterilized

Importance of International Health - MBOSE syllabus full enotes

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The importance of international health is felt more and more as a result of the increase in the traffic flow of people and as the common interest of countries across the world is more clear. HQ | World Health Organization | Geneva IMPORTANCE OF INTERNATIONAL HEALTH    UNIT IV  |   Class X   | Full Notes Objectives/ short answer questions Q1. The World Health Day is celebrated on 7th March                             7th May 7th April                                 7th January Q2. The theme of the World Health Day ‘Foresight Prevents Blindness’ was adopted in 1966                           1976 1956                         1986 Q3. The Secretariat of the UNICEF is in Rome (Italy)                     Geneva (Switzerland) Quebec (Canada)           New York (North America) Q4. The Head Quarters of the FAO (Food and Agricultural Organization) is in New Delhi                       Rome Geneva                             New York Q5. The

What is the main objective of the WHO? Explain 6 important functions of the WHO

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What is the main objective of the WHO? Explain any six important functions of the World Health Organization. WHO Logo  Answer The objective of the WHO The main objective of the World Health Organization (WHO) is the attainment of the highest possible level of health by all people. Important functions of the World Health Organization (WHO) Following are the important functions of the World Health Organization (WHO). The Who plans and coordinates health activities on a global basis. When the member countries request her help, it assists them to plan health programs, strengthening their health services and training the health workers. The WHO promotes medical research and exchange of scientific information which can be very useful for all member countries. WHO makes health regulations for international travel. It formulates special measures for the international transportation of cargo, goods baggage and mail. WHO keeps a constant watch on communicable diseases, c

What is quarantine?

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Quarantine is a period during which persons (especially travelers) who might spread the infectious disease are kept isolated. Ships suspected of carrying infection are kept in isolated on its arrival at a port. Hence, quarantine places a restriction on the entrance to and exit from the place premises where a case of communicable exists. *** Helps Us  to do  better  by *** Follow ,  likes  and  shares  our   FACEBOOK   page   below or click   Subscribe   at the top  to get new e-notes whenever we published

Download Previous year questions papers MBOSE syllabus from 2013

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Previous year questions papers are like priceless pointers which help not only for the students of Meghalaya Board of School Education, MBOSE but for all of us. At Fembose we have a directory of previous year questions papers of the last MBOSE syllabus dated since 2013. We know that it may be irrelevant for the students who study with the latest MBOSE syllabus because they are following the new syllabus pattern from 2018 onwards. But, it can be immensely important for the students who follow the old syllabus pattern. Previous years questions papers MBOSE syllabus Standard - 10 Past Question papers of Meghalaya Board of School Education, Tura English:                   2013  |  2014  |   2015   |    2017  |   2018                                 2019 -  New Syllabus          Old Syllabus Ad-English:             2019 -  New Syllabus          Old Syllabus Khasi:                      2013  |  2014  |   2015   |    2017  |   2018                                 2