(UNIFOR 2019) Após a leitura do texto, é possível concluir que

Texto para as questões 58 e 59.

Nurse Anthea answers your questions.
This week’s topic is bacteria.

Question - “I’m worried about my baby. She is crawling around on the floor and putting all sorts of things into her mouth.”

Nurse Anthea - Don’t worry. Children who live in spotlessly clean houses do not have much exposure to bacteria, so their immune systems don’t get the practice of fighting bacteria. Research shows that children living in houses that are not spotlessly clean, who have contact with animals and faecal matter, get fewer illnesses than children living in spotless homes.And there’s evidence that children who live with pets get fewer allergies.

Question - Is there a cure for MRSA (methicillinresistant Staphylococcus aureus)?

Nurse Anthea - There’s an antibiotic called Vancomycin. This is our last weapon against MRSA, but in time it will be useless too. One type of Staphylococcus aureus is now resistant to Vancomycin – so it is VRSA- Vancomycin resistant. There is a possibility of a bacterium which will be resistant to all antibiotics.

We have been winning the war against bacteria for about fifty years, but soon bacteria will make a comeback and we will be where we were in the nineteenth century – with no protection from bacteria.

(UNIFOR 2019) Após a leitura do texto, é possível concluir que

(A) antibióticos matam todas as bactérias.

(B) Vancomycin terá sempre 100% de efeito.

(C) VRSA é uma bactéria mais poderosa que MRSA.

(D) estamos perdendo a guerra contra as bactérias.

(E) o homem venceu a guerra contra as bactérias há cinquenta anos.

(UNIFOR 2019) Após a leitura do texto, concluímos que

(C) VRSA é uma bactéria mais poderosa que MRSA.

- (UNIFOR 2019) No texto, há uma afirmação que as caixas de sugestões fizeram mais para estimular a eficiência corporativa ao longo dos anos do que o mais poderoso computador. Elas

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