The somatic nervous system controls behavioral responses to stressors. Poor behavior responses to stressors can impair wellness, while effective responses can promote wellness. Smokers exhale mainstream smoke, while sidestream smoke comes from the end of a burning cigarette, pipe, or cigar.Mainstream smoke and sidestream smoke create secondhand smoke The smoke that rises from the ash of a burning cigarette or cigar is sidestream smoke. Mainstream smoke is ex- haled by smokers. Secondhand or passive smoke is smoke in the environment that is inhaled by nonsmokers. Common sources of nonionizing radiation include cell phones and sunlight, while sources of ionizing radiation include nuclear reactors and medical X-rays. Radon is emitted from soil and rocks Anaphylaxis is an allergic reaction that may cause low blood pressure, swelling of the throat, and seizures.Epinephrine is injected into a person who has an anaphylactic reaction. Which of the following has been linked to petting zoos, alfalfa sprouts, lettuce, and unpasteurized juice? ......... E. Coli (Escherichia coli) is typically transmitted through contaminated food and results in bloody diarrhea and kidney damage. SARS is a type of pneumonia, West Nile is spread through birds and mosquitoes, and Ebola re- quires direct contact with infected blood. A simple phobia, which is also called a specific phobia, is the most common type of anxiety disorder. Examples of simple phobias include fears of lightning, dogs, snakes, or heights. A health care proxy, or durable power of attorney for health care document, is a legal document that designates who will make medical decisions for people who cannot make their own decisions. Such documents assist ter-
Here's to Your Health DSST minally ill or incapacitated individuals who cannot communicate their health care wishes. A living will docu- ments a person's wishes for health care. Cognitive distortion occurs when a person's pattern of thinking makes events seem worse than they are. Focus- ing on negatives and expecting perfection are examples of cognitive distortion. Indirect or passive euthanasia may occur if a physician receives orders not to resuscitate a patient. Indirect eu- thanasia occurs more frequently in hospitals and nursing homes as a result of living wills that clarify patient wishes. Physician-assisted suicide is a direct form of euthanasia. Current estimates of the world's population indicate 6.5 billion people live on the earth. The world's population increases at a rate of 78 million each year, and experts believe the population in 2050 will be 9.1 billion. Creativity and intelligence are characteristics of adults with attention deficit disorder. Although attention deficit disorder was once thought to be a childhood disorder, the diagnosis is now being applied to numerous adults.
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