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Water polluted by various human activities causes a number of water-borne diseases. Which of the following is not a waterborne disease?

Options

  • Cholera

  • Typhoid

  • Asthma

  • Dysentry

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Solution

Asthma

Explanation:

Asthma is an airborne respiratory disease. It is caused due to an allergy to dust, pollen grains or any other allergen present in the air.

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Chapter 18: Wastewater Story - MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS [Page 93]

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