INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL FITNESS AND WELLESS
CHAPTER 1 QUESTIONS
1. The leading causes of death in the United States are
The leading cause of death is cardiovascular disease, cancer, chronic lower
respiratory disease, accidents, and other things such as t
Chapter 2 Assessment of Physical Fitness
1. Define Cardiorespiratory Endurance. Give Examples.
Cardiorespiratory Endurance is the ability of the lungs, heart, and blood vessels to
deliver adequate amounts of oxygen to the cells to meet the demands of prol
Love: The Right Chemistry
The article starts out by talking about putting love under a microscope. It states that love
has a foundation of evolution, biology, and chemistry. Love helps people survive, I believe,
because it gives them somethin
Personal Health and Wellness
HPED 200.03, 200.04 and 200.05
Personal Health Assessment
Additional Credit AssignmentGo to this website: www.pearsonhighered.com/donatelle
A. Click on the cover of the textbook.
B. Click to enter the site.
C. On the LIVE IT p
I read an article about LGBT young adults and the effects of family acceptance on their health.
The article addressed the fact that LGBT students are at risk for compromised physical
The aim of this case based study, is to Promote Health and behaviour changes within the work
in order to sustain a healthier life style. This essay seeks to illustrate the impact of smoking on a
patient that has CHD, (Coronary Heart Disease) and ex
This research paper provides the history, demographics, epidemiological information about
older immigrants` mental health problem in Australia, analysis of the key health issue within a
country and gives clearly answer for how those problems could be impr
The article I chose to analyze is titled Coping in parents of children who are chronically ill:
strategies for assessment and intervention, which focused on psychosocial and physical health
related determinants in their strategy to confront caregiver burd
The forces which influence on the implementation of the program
External factors: Forces influencing external environment
Communicating with and providing equitable services to people in rural and isolated settings in
geographically dispersed countries wi
For several decades, the United States has been stereotypically considered as a nation that
continuously indulges in fast food and favors a sedentary lifestyle. Regrettably, this is an
assumption that a large portion of the American population has proven
At the start of 2007 the population of Finland was 5.3 million. Average life expectancy is 76
years for men and 83 years for women in 2005. The health of the Finnish population has
considerably improved, but socioeconomic inequality in mortality is increa
College Women and Birth Control
BY: CONNIE BRICHFORD
College Women and Birth Control article discusses young woman in college taking initiative
to be responsible if theyre sexually active. It is your responsibility as a young
The Truth About the Freshman 15
BY: DIANA RODRIGUEZ
The Truth About the Freshman 15 article indicated that late night pizza ordering, snacking
on unhealthy chips, or just not choosing the right portions of food is the typical lifestyle fo
15 ways to improve your fitness
By: Kristin Appenbrink
15 ways to improve your fitness article indicated that you shouldnt let excercise be the
first thing to fall off your busy schedule. You should learn how to work it out an
Cigarettes will carry grisly new warning labels
Cigarettes have been a major cause of illness in America for many years.
Cigarettes can rot your teeth and gums and cause disease in your lungs. Many
smokers go as far as smoking ou
Sexual Arousal and Response
ROLE OF SENSES
We use our available senses to understand and make sense of sex. Our senses plays a
role in our sexual experiences.
Vision People tend to be visually oriented when it comes to sexual attractions. Both
TYPES OF SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION Persistent or recurrent problems in becoming
sexually aroused or reaching orgasm. May cause significant distress, diminished selfesteem, guilt, shame, frustration, depression, and anxiety.
Attraction and Love-Binding Forces
ATTRACTION: THE FORCE THAT BINDS.
Attraction a psychological force, based upon a number of factors, which draws people
together. Physical attractiveness may be a major determinant of interpersonal and sexual
Relationships & Communication
Romantic relationships undergo stages of development reflecting the unfolding of social
exchanges. These exchanges have both positive and negative factors. We will consider a
fiv estage A
HPED 219 Human Sexuality Notes
Chapter 3- Female Anatomy and Physiology
EXTERNAL SEX ORGANS
Men have historically celebrated and exalted their genitals while women have
historically been taught to be ashamed of their genitals.
All of the external
Chapter 4 -Male Sexual Anatomy and Physiology
EXTERNAL SEX ORGANS
Male dominated societies elevate and celebrate men and their genitalia.
Although society may place high value on the size of a mans genitalia, his
abilities as a lover do not depend on the
HPED 219 Human Sexuality Notes
Chapter 1- What is Human Sexuality?
o The word sex has a variety of different meanings:
Gender state of being a male or female
Anatomy reproduction or sexual pleasure
Sexual activities such as kissing, intercourse, or mastu
During the time
are awake, the
consumes more of
their time than any
Question 2: Multiple Choice
Average Score 1.57895 points
What statement is
Feedback from Exam 4
Yellow questions are thrown out due to ambiguity. Each question was worth 1.5 points.
Childbirth for a woman infected with Herpes SimplexVirus is complicated because
cervical cancer may prevent a vaginal birth.
Average Score 0.81818 points
Which factor is
than the others for
the support of good friends
close family ties
a healthy sex relationship
Dail Comment: While people tend to think so, not all
Miranda just received the results of her HIV/AIDS screening
blood tests and it showed HIV antibodies and a T-cell count below 200. What
does this mean?
she is HIV + [This is true, but the answer below is more specific]
Independent Study Notes 10 Risks of Using Drugs Using drugs can lead to overdose Using drugs can cause accidents Using drugs increases the risk of HIV and STD's Using drugs can harm relationships Using drugs can prevent people from developing social skill
Independent Study Notes 9 Group of drugs that slow down the Central Nervous System Analgesics are drugs that relieves pain Types of Narcotics include: Morphine Codeine Heroin Oxycontin Group of drugs that interfere with senses and cause hallucinations A h