Chapter 1 assignment

Chapter 1 assignment - HEALTH BEHAVIOR SELF-ASSESSMENT...

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HEALTH BEHAVIOR SELF-ASSESSMENT Directions: Answer the following questions about your health and behavior. After answering these questions, use the information to write a narrative description about yourself and your health risk. Be honest about your answers. FAMILIY HEALTH HISTORY: Check any health problems that your parents or biological siblings have had. Place a “Y” for yes and an “N” for no in each blank. __y__Allergies __n__Alcoholism _n___Asthma __n__Angina __n__Breast Cancer __n__Colon Cancer __n_Lung Cancer __n__OvarianCancer __n__Prostate Cancer __n__Prostate Cancer __n__Testicular Cancer __n__Other Cancer __n__Diabetes __n_Emphysema __n__Endometriosis __n__Fibromyalgia __n__Gout __y__High blood pr. __n__High Cholesterol _n__HIV __n__Leukemia __n__Mononucleosis __n__Neurological __n__Rheumatoid arthritis Others: __________________________________________________________________________________ PERSONAL HEATH HISTORY: 1. List any chronic health problems you have. allergies 2. List any surgeries you have had. None 3. List any disabilities you have. none 4. List any medications you take on a regular basis. none 5. List any allergies you have. Cats, grasses GENERAL HEALTH: Age: _20__ Height: _5’11 Resting heart Rate: _55__ Gender: ___m_ Weight: _200_ Calculate your ideal body weight by using the following formula: For females, add 100 lb for the first 5 feet in height and 6 lb per inch after For males, add 125 lb for the first 5 feet in height and 6 lb per inch after My ideal body weight is __196
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Subtract 5 lbs if you are small framed: add 5 lbs if you are medium framed To measure frame size, grasp your wrist around the wrist bones with your thumb and forefinger. If your thumb and forefinger overlap, you are small framed. If your thumb and forefinger touch, you are medium framed. If your thumb and forefinger do
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course PE 101 taught by Professor Drye during the Spring '08 term at Mississippi State.

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