Micro Monster Mayhem
Stand to Win Attractive Prizes
It is easy to get confused between bacteria and viruses because they are both microorganisms that can make us fall sick. While antibiotics are effective against bacterial infections, they are totally helpless against viruses. And, in fact, using antibiotics to combat the wrong type of microorganism can lead to unpleasant side effects and added discomfort.
Identify and Win – New Prizes Every Fortnight!
Now, the menacing Micro Monsters are threatening the healthy folks of the world and it is up to YOU to save the day! Can you correctly identify the Micro Monsters below and take the right action to squash the bug?
If the Micro Monster is a bacteria, destroy it with antibiotics. If it is a virus, check back with “The Doc”.
Make your decision and submit your answer for a chance to win attractive prizes.
New Micro Monster will be popping up every two weeks and we will need your help to destroy them – plus there will be new prizes to be won too!
This week, answer the question below for a chance to win:
$100 Swensen’s Voucher
Double your chances of winning by liking and sharing this Facebook post.
All entries for this giveaway must be submitted by Monday, 21 October 2018.
Micro Monster of the Moment
Micro Monster Name: E Coli
Is E Coli a bacteria or a virus? Should you use antibiotics or consult your doctor for the treatment needed to stop the Micro Monster?
Not sure? Sleuth out the answer here.
Here is a chart to help you out.
|Bacterial Infections||Viral infections|
|Staph Infection (Staphylococcus)||Flu (Influenza virus)|
|Strep Throat (Streptococcus)||Common Cold (Rhinovirus)|
|Intestinal infection – resulting in diarrhoea and vomiting (E. Coli)||Gastroenteritis – inflammation of the stomach and intestines (Rotavirus)|