Lab4598E - Which of the following lifestyle factors is the leading preventable cause of death for Canadians excess alcohol consumption cigarette

Lab4598E - Which of the following lifestyle factors is...

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Which of the following lifestyle factors is the leading preventable cause of death for Canadians? excess alcohol consumption cigarette smoking obesity The terms health and wellness mean the same thing. True or false? Which of the following health-related issues affects the greatest number of university/college students each year? stress colds/flu/sore throat sleep problems concern for a friend or family member ANSWERS B. Smoking contributes to more than 37 000 deaths per year; poor diet and inactivity are responsible for about 21 000 deaths; and alcohol contributes to about 4300 deaths. FALSE. Although the words are used interchangeably, they actually have different meanings. The term health refers to the overall condition of the body or mind and to the presence or absence of illness or injury. The term wellness refers to optimal health and vitality, encompassing all the dimensions of well-being. A. About 27% of university/college students suffer so much stress that it affects their academic performance. High stress levels affect overall health and

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