Brainstorm with parents or guardians ways your family

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Brainstorm with parents or guardians ways your family can practice health- ful behaviors to maintain the health of your cardiovascular and respiratory systems. Find ways to incorporate low-fat, low-cholesterol foods, including fresh fruits, into your family’s daily eating plan. School and Community A Smoke-Free Community. Find information about the Great American Smoke Out. What does your community do to participate in this event? Share the information you learn with your classmates, and brainstorm ideas about how your school can become involved with this event. HS_HEALTH_U05_C16_CR 12/8/03 4:58 PM Page 437
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Use your Foldable to review what you have learned about the structure and function of the cardiovascular system. Make a similar Foldable to note what you have learned about the respiratory and lymphatic systems. After You Read Chapter 16 Review 438 Chapter 16 Review 1. Compare and contrast red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. 2. Differentiate between B cells and T cells. 3. What is the purpose of the lymphatic system? RECALLING THE FACTS Use complete sentences to answer the following questions. EXPLORING HEALTH TERMS Answer the following questions on a sheet of paper. Identify each statement as True or False. If false, replace the underlined term with the correct term. anemia Hodgkin’s disease blood pressure leukemia congenital 5. Leuk emia is a condition in which the ability of the blood to carry oxygen is reduced. 6. A cong enital condition is present at birth. 7. Anemia is a type of cancer that affects the lymphatic system. Match each definition with the correct term. asthma pneumonia bronchitis sinusitis emphysema tuberculosis pleurisy 13. An inflammation of the lungs commonly caused by a bacterial or viral infection. 14. An inflammatory condition in which the trachea, bronchi, and bronchioles become narrowed, causing difficulty breathing. 15. An inflammation of the lining of the lungs and chest cavity. Replace the underlined words with the correct term. bronchi pharynx diaphragm respiration larynx trachea 8. The exchange of gases between the body and the environment is known as bronchi . 9. The phar ynx is a muscle that separates the chest from the abdominal cavity. 10. The diaphragm are airways that connect the trachea and the lungs. 11. The windpipe is also referred to as the phar ynx . 12. The voice box is the trachea . Match each definition with the correct term. arteries lymphocytes capillaries plasma hemoglobin platelets lymph veins 1. The fluid in which other parts of the blood are suspended. 2. The oxygen-carrying protein in blood. 3. Cells that prevent the body’s loss of blood. 4. Blood vessels that carry blood to the heart. HS_HEALTH_U05_C16_CR 12/8/03 5:00 PM Page 438
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Chapter 16 Review 4. What are some possible causes of congenital heart disease?
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