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as part of social environment, 13 relationships in, 249 as role models, 40 roles in, 250 strategies for health in, 294–295 strengthening relationships in, 278–279 technology and health of, 16 Family therapist, 297 Fasting, 152 Fat-soluble vitamins, 117, 119, 120 Fatigue (in stress response), 201 Fats, 117–118, 126, 132, 145. See also Body fat Fatty acids, 117 Fear, 184, 186, 190, 226 Federal Trade Commission (FTC), 63, 65 Feedback, 260, 518 Feelings. See Emotions Females chromosomes for, 500 eating disorders in, 153 reproductive system, 474–479 Fermentation, 562–563 Fertilization, 469, 475, 486 Fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS), 494, 576, 697 Fetal development, 487, 488–489, 499–500 Fetus, 475, 486 effect of alcohol on, 575–576 effects of tobacco on, 552 HIV transmission to, 661 nutritional needs of, 162 Fiber, 115, 449, 450 “Fight-or-flight” response, 184, 200, 201 Financial problems, family, 283 Fire extinguishers, 708 Fire prevention, 707–708 Firearm safety, 710 HEALTH_2004_BACKMATTER_2 1/9/04 12:17 PM Page 821
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822 Index First aid, 736–759 for animal bites, 752 for bleeding, 739–740 for burns, 740, 741 for choking, 747–748 for concussion, 752 CPR for adults, 743, 744 CPR for infants and children, 745, 746 for muscle, joint, and bone injuries, 749–750 for nosebleeds, 753 for objects in eye, 754 for poisoning, 756–757 for poisonous bites and stings, 758–759 for poisonous plants, 759 for shock, 747 for unconsciousness, 751 universal precautions for, 737 Fitness. See Physical fitness F.I.T.T. formula, 90–91 Flash floods, 727 Flashbacks, 226 Flexibility, 81–83, 85, 86, 88 Flexors, 395 Floods, 727 Flossing, 368 Flu, 636 Fluoride, 370 Folate, 162 Foldables. See each chapter Folic acid, 493 Food additives, 131 Food allergies, 133–134 Food and Drug Administration (FDA), 61, 63, 65, 152 Food choices, 6, 111–113, 123, 125–126, 129, 159. See also Nutrition Food Guide Pyramid, 123–125, 129, 147, 160 Food intolerances, 134 Food poisoning, 134 Food safety, 123, 134–136, 625 Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS), 65 Food sensitivities, 133–134 Foodborne illness, 134–137, 625 Foods, nutrient-dense, 148, 157, 158 Foreskin, 469 Foster care, 292, 527 Fractures, 103, 391, 750 Fraud, 61 Frequency (of workouts), 91 Friends and friendships, 249, 303–306 choosing, 305 consequences of drug use for, 596 expression of emotions by, 188 good character in, 253 influence on food choices, 111 as part of social environment, 13 peer pressure and, 309 physical inactivity and, 78 platonic, 303 roles with, 250 seeking help from, 189 self–concept and, 249 social health and, 11 Frostbite, 100 Fructose, 115, 132 Frustration, 75, 341, 343 Functional mental disorders, 225 Fungi, 623, 624 G Gallbladder, 156, 445 Gallstones, 450 Gametes, 515 Gangs, 174, 216, 337, 342 Gas, 448 Gastric juices, 444 Gastritis, 451 Gender stereotyping, 260 Gene therapy, 503 Genes, 499, 500 Genetic counseling, 502 Genetic disorders, 500–502, 697 Genetics, 499–500 Genital herpes, 472, 654 Genital warts, 653 Gerontologist, 535 GHB, 351, 608 Glands, 361–362, 443, 464–466, 470 Glaucoma, 375, 696 Global health, 7, 777 HIV/AIDS and, 665 impact of technology on, 16 public health services, 66 Glucose, 115 Glycogen, 115 Goal setting, 8, 34–36, 89, 92, 121, 165, 183, 217, 398, 452, 523, 533 emergency survival kit, 726 for healthful food choices, 121 to improve weaknesses, 181 for nutritional health, 165 for physical activity, 87–89 for weight control, 148 Goals, 34–36, 519 Goiter, 467 Gonads, 466 Gonorrhea, 472, 655 Graduated driver’s license (GDL), 720–721 Grandparents, 40 Graves’ disease, 467 Great American Smoke Out, 437 Grief, 239–241, 281, 282
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