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ANS: (Answers may vary. Typical examples are listed.)Physical: Body size, composition, and fitness levels, along with immune system and other bodilyfunctioning and recuperative abilities and ability to perform activities of daily living (ADLs).Intellectual: Clear and critical thinking ability, objective reasoning, and responsible decision-making tomeet life's challenges.Social: Healthy interaction with others, satisfying interpersonal relationships, and adaptability to varioussocial situations and daily behaviors.Emotional: Appropriate control and expression of emotions, self-esteem, efficacy, and confidence, as wellas the ability to trust, love, and respond with other emotions.Environmental: Playing a role in preserving, protecting, and improving environmental conditions.Spiritual: Belief in a supreme being, including living according to religious beliefs, feelings of unity andoneness with nature, and/or the environment, including care and respect for all living things, concepts ofmeaning and purpose in life and other existential beliefs and concepts, participation in life's experiencesthrough love, joy, pain, sorrow, peace, contentment, and wonder.
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If any of the dimensions are low, it creates an imbalance among all of the dimensions. All dimensions areimportant for overall health, and one dimension can't compensate for what's lacking in another dimension.Rather, it detracts from all other dimensions.REF: 3OBJ: 1.1.2MSC: Remembering/Understanding91. Describe five gender differences that affect health in men and women.
REF: 6OBJ: 1.3.1MSC: Remembering92. Compare and contrast the medical model and public health model.
REF: 2OBJ: 1.1.1MSC: Evaluating93. Andrew is considering starting an exercise program sometime within the next six months. Accordingto the transtheoretical model, what stage of change is he in currently and, if he continues with his intent,what other stages will he follow?

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