Mighty Munchers Tribe, David, Julian, and Megan


Tribe Members:

David, Megan, Julian

Leader Summary of Challenge3 :We have to take many notes about our body system.One of our major problems are that none of us are fully skilled in technolegy.I hope we won't be the losers again.

Dr. David (Disease Specialist):

I am a gastroenologist. I treat people with problems affecting the esophegus,stomach,small intestent,large intestant(colon),and some other parts of the digestive system.i am 27.I gradguated Hardverd.It was in the year of 2000.I am happy to be on this version of serviver MD because I would like to experience working with others.

Dr. Megan (Medical Illustrator/Technician):
My name is Dr. Megan I am a Gastroenterologist. I went to college in Harvard Medical School in Japan for a good medical education. I also love to help with whatever I can! I am 36 years old. I am happy to be a survivor so I can help with diseases to people who need it.

Dr. Julian (Science Writer):
My name is Dr. Julian. I am 28 years old. I am a Gastroenterologist. A Gastroenterologist is a person who specializes in diseases from the digestive system.
I studied at a hospital called prinston in California.

I am so excited to be in the survivor MD and I can’t wait until I win this game! My skills are strength skill and speed.


The digestive system isnt running smoothly the body cant run. Our bodies disign is even more better then our most complicated machines. Could the digestive system get clogged up and cause major problems in your body?

All Systems Go. 12 Mar. 2009. Body Systems. Brain Pop . 12 Mar. 2009 http://www.brainpop.com/health/bodysystems/humanbody/.

Challenge 4

CHALLENGE 5- Diseases
Diagnose your patient

This challenge was to diagnose out patient, Pepe roni. We had to find out what our patient had and why he got this. We found out that he had GERD-
Gastroesophagel reflux disease.

Patient, Pepe Roni

Diagnosis, GERD is a burning sensation in your chest, sometimes going to the throat, also with a sour taste in your mouth. Chest pain, difficulty swallowing, dry cough, and gastro esophageal reflux disease
One way to treat GERD is to block acid from going to the stomach. It can also be blocked by medication. Most of all the patients get better acid suppression therapy.
Stop drinking, eat less, and go on a diet. This might help you go to sleep and you may have to stop drinking 4 beers after you have pizza.

The good thing about this was that you had to search in different places to find out what our patient had. The bad thing about that is that i wish my team could of worked better together as a team and got more done in less time.