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Emergency rooms, 56 Emergency survival kit, 726 Emerging infections, 639–641 Emotional abuse, 287, 349 Emotional changes during adolescence, 517 in middle adulthood, 531 Emotional health. See Mental/ emotional health Emotional intimacy, 523 Emotional maturity, 520, 525 Emotional needs, 276 Emotional trauma, 321 Emotions. See also Mental/emotional health associated with abuse, 289 in dating, 313 food and, 111 healthy expression of, 31 identifying, 185–187 managing, 188–191 sexual activity and problems with, 20 strategies for communicating, 188 strategies for responding to, 189 suppressing, 189 understanding, 184–187 Empathy, 186, 257, 258 Emphysema, 435, 543 Empty-nest syndrome, 531 Encephalitis, 640 Encouragement, 240, 257, 306 Endocrine glands, 464 Endocrine system, 200, 464–467 Endometriosis, 478 Endometrium, 475, 476 Endurance, 80–82, 84–86 Energy, 10, 115–117, 778 Energy equation, 145 Environment, 13–14 advocating for, 777–781 air quality, 766–770 cultural, 14 expansion and development in, 773–774 food choices and, 111–113 health influences of, 13–14 noise pollution, 770–771 personality and, 175 smoke-free, 551–555 waste disposal, 772–773 water quality, 774–775 Environmental engineering technician, 783 Environmental hazards, 496, 552 Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), 65, 541, 766 Environmental protection programs, 766, 780, 781 Environmental stressors, 199 Environmental tobacco smoke (ETS), 433, 551–555 Enzymes, 116 Ephedra, 152, 161, 425 Epidemics, 648 Epidemiologist, 643 Epidemiology, 65 Epidermis, 360 Epiglottis, 431 Epilepsy, 409 Epiphysis, 387 Equipment, safety, 96–97 Erikson, Erik, 521 Esophagus, 443 Essential amino acids, 116 Essential fatty acids, 117 Estrogen, 514 Ethanol, 562 Ethnic background, 112 Euphoria, 605 Evaluation criteria in decision-making process, 34 for health information, 9, 15–16, 32 Exercise, 83–86 Exercise equipment, 61, 81 Expansion and development, 773–774 Exploring Issues AIDS research costs, 666 benefits of counseling, 288 bottled water, 455 change, 203 concert noise levels, 378 dating, 314 drug testing, 614 escalation of conflict, 265 genetic testing, 502 graduated driver’s licenses, 721 learning styles and teaching methods, 176 random drug testing of athletes, 95 required CPR courses, 745 school safety, 339 service learning requirements, 40 start time for high school classes, 518 tax on soft drinks and snacks, 112 tobacco warning labels, 544 vending machines in schools, 149 Extended family, 277 Extensors, 395 External auditory canal, 376 External developmental assets, 180, 215 External factor, media as, 49 External influences, 31 External respiration, 428 Extracurricular activities, 566 Eyes care of, 373–375 foreign objects in, 754 poisons in, 756 structure and function of, 371–373 UV damage to, 101 vision, 373 F Fad diets, 61, 151, 153 Fainting, 751 Fairness, 38, 252, 260 Fall prevention, 709 Fallopian tubes, 475, 475 Family counseling, 294 Family counselor, 43 Family(-ies), 274 abuse in, 286–290 changes in circumstances of, 283 changes in structure of, 281–282 community help for, 291–295 consequences of drug use for, 596 coping with changes in, 284–285 demonstrating good character in, 41 domestic violence in, 286–290 drug resistance and, 594 dynamics of roles/responsibilities in, 277, 278 effects of alcoholism on, 578 expression of emotions by, 188 extended, 277 healthful behaviors of, 7, 274 influence on alcohol use, 563 influence on food choices, 111 needs met by, 275–276
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