Chapter 2 Online Assignment0

Chapter 2 Online Assignment0 - your life expectancy. DO NOT...

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Chapter 2 Online Assignment 1. Go to the Discussion tab- on the left side of your WEBCT homepage 2. Click on the topic titled “Living to 100- Family Health History 3. Follow directions to complete the assignment 4. You can find the Living to 100 Calculator at this site http://www.livingto100.com/ 5. You will also find this weblink under the WEBLINK section on the right side of the WEBCT  homepage. 6. I’m copying the Discussion topic below, but please go to the Discussion tab to post your  response. No one, other than me, will see your response. 7. THIS IS DUE BY TUESDAY at MIDNIGHT!! Take the Living to 100 Life Expectancy Calculator at http://www.livingto100.com/ (Do not send me a copy of  your answers or total results . .. this is your private information and none of my business.) Please look over your  report (at the end of the test) and select three things (that you don't mind sharing) that you can do to extend 
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Unformatted text preview: your life expectancy. DO NOT select "take an aspirin daily." This is OLD medical information . .. which was found to be effective in white males post heart attack, but not as effective for women post heart attack or for anyone prior to heart attack. Experts state that no one should be on daily aspirin without a doctor's order. All other medical advice given on this site is credible and up-to-date. Then, discuss what additional health factors you should address knowing your family health history. (Again, select those things you do not mind sharing with me and the rest of the class.) If you are adopted or you do not know of poor health factors in your family, then address how you can lower your risk of injury....
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This note was uploaded on 09/16/2011 for the course HLTH 1113 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at University of Central Oklahoma.

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