Chapter 10 Worksheet
1. Discuss the impact of economic development on health and the environment.
There are positive and negative impacts. Development can damage environment, but
development is a good thing as it offers improved conditions of life to the
Chapter 2 Assignment
1. Three determinants of health:
Employment and working conditions
Access to health services
2. Life expectancy at birth is:
The average number of years a newborn baby could expect to live if
Early historical times
Development of Civilization Cyclical or irregular, migrating, visiting: P3
Impact on health- Promoted distribution of genes, diseases, and ideas: P3
Early Medical Influences: P3
Greece-Basic elements, Body Humors, Traits:
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CHAPTER 8: Maternal Health: P39
Maternal Mortality P39
Where is this a problem? P39
Maternal Mortality Magnitude P39
Global Problems P39
Among women 15-44 in developing countries P39
Chapter 6 Worksheet
1. List 3 causes of childhood death.
Lack of immunization leading to infectious diseases
2. Describe malnutrition in developed versus developing nations.
Lack of nutrients in developing nations, and overabundance
Chapter 12 Worksheet
1. Identify 5 general risk factors for infectious diseases.
Poor access to clean drinking water
Inability to dispose properly of human waste
Lack of access to medical care
2. Define and differentiate be
Chapter 2 Worksheet
1. Define epidemic, pandemic, and endemic.
Epidemic- The occurrence of cases of illness in a community clearly in excess of normal
Pandemic- An epidemic occurring over a very wide area (worldwide)
Chapter 7 Worksheet
1. Describe how diarrheal disease is typically a sign of another illness and could lead to
It is usually a sign that the body contains bacteria, coli, shigella, fecal contaminated
water or food, environmental toxins, or non-ente
Chapter 9 Worksheet
1. Discuss Health for All as a global challenge.
A universal health for all value system
Health is central to development
Sustainable health systems
2. Describe primary health care.
The essential health care made universally accessible
Chapter 14 Worksheet
1. Discuss the concerns about terrorism.
Public panic: destroy routines and fear: people could spread contamination and disease
if choose to flee
Terrorism is likely to become an increasingly popular mode of conflict
Chapter 11 Worksheet
1. Define and identify 8 major non-communicable diseases (NCDs).
Chronic or degenerative diseases.
Cardiovascular diseases: Overshadow all other diseases in industrialized nations
Stroke: More common in Asian countries and in elderly.
Chapter 13 Worksheet
1. Identify the two types of disasters and give examples of each.
Natural disasters: Earthquakes, droughts, tornadoes, forest fires, hurricanes and floods
Human made disasters: Refugees, Chernobyl, dam failures, land mines, 9/11
Chapter 8 Worksheet
1. Define maternal mortality.
The death of a woman while pregnant or within 42 days of termination of pregnancy,
irrespective of the duration and the site of the pregnancy, from any cause related to or
aggravated by the pregnancy or it
Chapter 1 Worksheet
1. Explain the effects of human movements, such as migration and visiting on
When we move from country to country, we can bring with us diseases and
illnesses. However, we can also teach the other nations of our health
Chapter 3 Worksheet
1. Identify the types of data or records needed for functioning health services.
Number and type of facilities and services available
Utilization rates of the service
Cost and payment
Ratios of physicians to population
Ratios of hospit
Chapter 5 Worksheet
1. Describe how infant mortality is the most sensitive indicator of health and
development in a population.
High infant mortality rates reflect underlying inadequacies in socioeconomic and
hygienic conditions that promote life-threaten
Chapter 4 Worksheet
1. List 7 characteristics of people who live under poverty.
Lack of education, knowledge, and skill
Poor health status and lack of access to health care
Lack of access to safe water and sanitation
Chapter 1 Assignment
1. The World Health Organization defines health as:
Health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and
not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.
2. Public health is:
The science and art of preventing disea