physical or mental illness Babies born to teenage mothers in the United States

Physical or mental illness babies born to teenage

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d. physical or mental illness Babies born to teenage mothers in the United States are at-risk for many of the same problems as their young mothers. These include school failure, poverty, and physical or mental illness. DIF. Cognitive Level: Knowledge REF . p. 770 Question 5 6.67 / 6.67 pts Factors leading to the growing number of persons in poverty in the United States include: (Select all that apply) a. an abundance of employment opportunities b. inadequate education and job skills c. a growing number of households headed by women d. reduced Social Security payments to children Factors leading to the growing number of poor persons in the United States include: inadequate education and job skills, a growing number of households headed by women, and reduced Social Security payments to children. DIF . Cognitive Level: Knowledge REF . Pg. 735 Question 6 6.67 / 6.67 pts Consumer advocacy movements for people with mental illness came about to fulfill unmet needs and to attempt to decrease the stigma associated with mental illness. (True or False) True False
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Consumer advocacy movements for people with mental illness came about to fulfill unmet needs and to attempt to decrease the stigma associated with mental illness. DIF. Cognitive Level: Knowledge REF . Pg. 784 Question 7 6.67 / 6.67 pts Objectives of Healthy People 2020 that address tertiary prevention and are targeted to persons with serious mental illness are to: (Select all that apply) a. reduce the proportion of homeless adults who have serious mental illness b. increase their employment c. decrease the number of adults with mental disorders who are incarcerated d. advocate for stronger penalties for mentally ill persons who cause community disturbances Objectives of Healthy People 2020 address tertiary prevention and are targeted to persons with serious mental illness are to reduce the proportion of homeless adults who have serious mental illness, to increase their employment, and to decrease the number of adults with mental disorders who are incarcerated. DIF. Cognitive Level: Knowledge REF. Pg. 796 Question 8 6.67 / 6.67 pts Poverty has a direct effect on health and well-being across the lifespan. Persons in poverty have: (Select all that apply) a. higher rates of chronic illness b. longer life expectancy
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c. simple health problems
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