How did ideas about causes of disease change after 1900?

In this lesson your will learn about three key developments in the understanding of disease; DNA, lifestyle factors and advances in diagnosis.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.What was the 'Enlightenment'?

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Q2.Why were ordinary people more interested in finding out about the cause of disease?

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Q3.Which individual held back progress in the understanding of the cause of disease?

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Q4.Were the British government significant in changing ideas about the cause of disease?

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Q5.Which of the following was NOT a technological development from the industrial period?

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.What was the 'Enlightenment'?

1/5

Q2.Why were ordinary people more interested in finding out about the cause of disease?

2/5

Q3.Which individual held back progress in the understanding of the cause of disease?

3/5

Q4.Were the British government significant in changing ideas about the cause of disease?

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Q5.Which of the following was NOT a technological development from the industrial period?

5/5

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How did ideas about causes of disease change after 1900?

End of lesson quiz for Lesson 12 - Medicine Through Time

Q1.Why was Rosalind Franklin important for the discovery of DNA?

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Q2.What year did Crick and Watson publish their findings of the structure of DNA?

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Q3.When was the Human Genome Project set up?

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Q4.Which of the following does NOT allow you to see inside the human body?

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Q5.Which disease was smoking first linked to in the 1950s?

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How did ideas about causes of disease change after 1900?

End of lesson quiz for Lesson 12 - Medicine Through Time

Q1.Why was Rosalind Franklin important for the discovery of DNA?

1/5

Q2.What year did Crick and Watson publish their findings of the structure of DNA?

2/5

Q3.When was the Human Genome Project set up?

3/5

Q4.Which of the following does NOT allow you to see inside the human body?

4/5

Q5.Which disease was smoking first linked to in the 1950s?

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Lesson summary: How did ideas about causes of disease change after 1900?

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