English reading test

Travel medicine expert Phyllis Kozarsky says foods abroad that Americans consider bizarre point out cultural differences and may not be more dangerous to one’s health than foods commonly eaten.

“If something is cooked and steaming, most likely it’s going to be pretty free of bacteria,” says Kozarsky, a doctor and a professor of medicine and infectious diseases at Emory University.

Paul Sanders, a doctor who founded a Dallas-based company called The Travel Doctor/Corporate Health Management, says it may be wise to not eat too much of a bizarre food.

1. Question 1
Who is Phyllis Kozarsky ? (Choose 2 answers)

 
 
 
 

2. Question 2
What does Phyllis Kozarsky say about cooking and steaming food? (choose 2 answers)

 
 
 
 

3. Question 3 (choose one answer)
What did Paul Sanders establish ?