|Sterilising water||Cholera||Chemicals or UV light kill pathogens in unclean water.|
|Suitable hygiene - food||Salmonella||Cooking foods thoroughly and preparing them in hygienic conditions kills pathogens.|
|Suitable hygiene - personal||Athlete's foot||Washing surfaces with disinfectants kills pathogens.
Treating existing cases of infection kills pathogens.|
|Vaccination||Measles||Vaccinations introduce a small or weakened version of a pathogen into your body, and the immune system learns how to defend itself.|
|Contraception||HIV/AIDs||Using barrier contraception like condoms stops the transfer of bodily fluids and sexually transmitted diseases.|
|Avoid overcrowding||Powdery mildew||Keeping organisms away from one another reduces the chance of the pathogen being close enough to spread from one organism to another.|