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How does a chronic disease develop?
Through the air
According to the video, "How to Prevent Chronic Disease, tobacco
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What should you consider when trying to decide a healthy diet for
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Include a variety of foods from the major
Include foods that are easily accessible.
Fits your tastes, lifestyles, and budget.
A and C only
1. Complete the sentence. Cancer is.
caught from other people.
uncontrolled cell growth.
none of the above
Complete the sentence. The name or type of cancer is derived.
by a persons' age.
by who discovered i
1. What percentage of our life expectancy is determined by Genetics?
None of the above
1. What is the diet of people who live beyond average age predominately based upon?
A mix of the ab
1. How can an infectious disease spread?
Person to person
Exchange of body fluids
Ingesting a virus or bacteria
Drinking contaminated water
All of the above
1. What is the most important methods of preventing the spread of i
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1. From where does a women urinate?
None of the above
Her vas deferens
1. Which is not category of contraception (birth control)?
Juicing: What are the Health Benefits?
Juicing is said to be easier on the digestive system and allows the body to readily absorb nutrients, thus
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1. How much of an item needs to be contained in a food to be labeled a good source?
1. Buying "5 items for $5" or "10 for $10" etc. usually saves you money rather than just buying
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Dental Health Services Research Unit, Dundee, Scotland, UK
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Exercise and Health:
Define physical fitness
What are the 4 components of physical fitness?
Define cardiovascular fitness?
What are examples of cardio exercises?
How often should we do cardio each week? For how long?
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Introduction to Health:
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2. The different components of health and what each component means
3. Stages of change and what each stage entails and number of months
Dr. A. Salis
To describe Sternbergs Triangular Theory of
To discuss relationships
To describe violent relationships
To define and describe the significance of
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The Worlds Toilet Crisis
The Worlds Toilet Crisis, a Vanguard documentary made in 2010 and documented by
correspondent Adam Yamaguchi, addresses sanitation problems present in Indian slums and Indonesia,
where both countries lack access to safe water and
J Glob Infect Dis. 2011 Jan-Mar; 3(1): 9798.
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Rajan R Patil
Address for correspondence: Dr. Rajan R Patil, Email: [email protected]
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Ten Great Public Health Achievements - Worldwide, 2001-2010
June 24, 2011 / 60(24);814-818
Worldwide, a child born in 1955 had an average life expectancy at birth of only 48 years (1). By 2000, the
average life expectancy at birth had increased to 66 year
Ten Great Public Health Achievements - United States, 2001-2010
May 20, 2011 / 60(19);619-623
During the 20th century, life expectancy at birth among U.S. residents increased by 62%, from 47.3 years
in 1900 to 76.8 in 2000, and unprecedented improvements
PUBLIC HEALTH IN THE PAPERS
HEALTH LIFESTYLES &
What has the greatest impact on our health?
! Undividual behaviors
! Social & environmental factors
IMPACT OF BEHAVIOR ON
PUBLIC HEALTH IN THE PAPERS
CULTURE, SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS &
A system of thoughts & behaviors shared by a group of people
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Culture contributes to the richness
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at the Core of
Years from now, we may remember the fall of 2001 as the traumatic period in our countrys history when public health became
visible throughout society. While
the dust was still settling from