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An organism that can be seen only through a microscope. Can include Bacteria, Protozoa, algae and fungi.
Micro-organism
A specialized cell that transmits messages to different parts of the brain.
Neurone
A Drug which originates from the opium poppy. Includes codeine and morphine.
Opiate
A living thing that has (or can develop) the ability to act or function independently.
Organism
Too much of something.
Overdose
The treatment given to people suffering from chronic or acute pain.
Pain Relief
The most common type of painkiller.
Paracetemol
Virus, Fungi, Bacteria and Protozoa are types of these
Pathogen
The amount of time it takes to react.
Reaction time
A substance that slows reactions down when taken.
Sedative
AN example of this substance is GLUE
Solvent
When taken it speeds up the bodies response system and makes you alert.
Stimulant
Most commonly smoked in Cigarettes.
Tobacco
The act of sending a message causing a message to be sent
Transmission
A bacterial infection. Spread by droplet infection. Affect mainly the lungs. Can be treated with antibiotics
Tuberculosis
When a disease is passed on b y a living thing
Vector
An infection caused by a virus
Viral Infection
The cells in the body which make up most of our immune system. Produce antibodies
White blood cell
A gay idiot with white hair whose bald
Tom coe