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Identify & then describe some controversies that exist as we have studied youth health issues Vaccination to vaccine or not vaccinate the kids when they are born? How does not vaccinating 1 kid affect the rest of his peers in a classroom? What is a legitimate reason to not vaccinate a kid-is religion answer enough? Abuse of technology/Media literacy skills Being 13 says that children are not being mindful and r stressed & depressed about their own body image constantly on their phone not to communicate necessarily but to c if any1 has said anything bad about them etc. Smartphone addiction= Can inc. a variety of impulse control probs: virtual relationships, online compulsions, information overload Stress Ties in with technology and teenagers. Self-concept = how we think ourselves Self-esteem = how we value ourselves Healthy eating & physical activity Mental Health- Adolescent mental health (2008): experience emotional distress 1/10 = emotionally impaired Most common mental health disorders: Depression Anxiety disorders Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder Subst. use disorder List the 8 National Health Education Standards(CAAI DG SA) Standard 1 : Comprehend concepts dealing with health information Standard 2 : Analyze internal and external influences Standard 3 : Access valid information Standard 4 : Interpersonal communication Standard 5 : Decision-making
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