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Introduction to Public Health and Health Services Yontii Wheeler Professor Rick Mauery 1/10/11 A Day in The Life This morning, I woke up and saw a smoke detector on the wall above my bed. I went to the bathroom and used the toilet, washed my face, and brushed my teeth with clean water. I then took a shower with clean water that had a temperature regulator. I walked into the kitchen, passing by a space heater given to my room by the University. It has many safety precautions regarding how hot it can get, how long it can stay hot, and what it smells like when you turn it on. In the kitchen I took my vitamin C pill and a multivitamin. I had a breakfast of cold cereal with milk from the refrigerator. The
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Unformatted text preview: refrigerator is one of the many tools that helps keep our food safe for us to eat. After breakfast, I left my room and walked outside passing by a garbage truck and an ambulance turning into the ambulatory care center of George Washington University Hospital. I walked on clean streets to my first class, obeying the traffic lights that allow cars and pedestrians to cross the road safely. I walked through campus and was able to breath fresh air, void of cigarette smoke. I arrived at my first class in Ross Hall and swiped my Gworld card to enter the building and go to Public Health 101: Healthy People- Healthy Populations....
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This document was uploaded on 10/30/2011 for the course PUBH 10006 at GWU.

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