Healthy people 2010-healthy people are more productive at school and work-Costs a lot of money to pay for someone when they are ill -the leading cause of death in 2010 for children was related to behavior, not wearing a seat belt.Prevention -taking action to avoid diseases, injury, and other health outcomes. A healthy you-you can have easy goals, such as wearing a seat belt, or more challenging goals such as cutting fat from your diet. -When you think that something is out of the ordinary, like a place is hurting where it usually does not, then you should see a doctor to get it checked up on. -Once you find out what the problem is, you then gain the knowledge of what not to do, and how to prevent it in the future. Building health skills -I order to be healthy, you need to get good at and know these skills; - analyzing influences- you are recognizing the influence culture, media, and friends have on your health habits. - accessing information- you need to know how to find and evaluate health information.