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Mountain Dew or Mountain Dont?: A Pilot Investigation of Caffeine Use Parameters and Relations to Depression and Anxiety Symptoms in 5thand 10th-Grade Students
AARON M. LUEBBE, MAa DEBORA J. BELL, PhDb
BACKGROUND: Caffeine, the
Most common eye disease among elderly Americans Affects almost 70% of those 80+ Surgery is over 99% successful
2nd most prevalent eye disease among the elderly
> 35% of those 80+ No Tx
The macula is an area of the retina -at the back of
A geriatrician is a medical doctor who is specially trained to meet the unique healthcare needs of older adults.
How many medical students from U.S. medical students went into geriatric medicine training in 2008-2009?
Are men and women really that different?
What is sexual dimorphism?
It refers to the general phenomenon in which male and female forms of an organism display distinct morphological characteristics or features.
Lets find out.
Males and females hav
Miscellaneous information: What was mentioned? How many new energy drinks came on the market in 2006? What foods are high in antioxidants (so can help protect skin cells from sun exposure)? What are the 3 forms of skin cancer? Which is the most
Ten keys that make up a good survival kit for working with adolescents
adolescence 1. Remember your own . 2. Give adolescents a good . model role independence 3. Give them .and a chance to show what they can do 4. Show appreciation for their uniq
Important Reminder: Be sure to study the readings on Blackboard about meningitis and HPV vaccine answer the questions on these slides Read What College Students Need to Know About Depression (by a Student) pages 91-93 and answer questions Lets t
Founder of Unite for Sight. Unite for Sight is a non-profit organization with the mission to eliminate preventable blindness worldwide.
Founded Unite for Sight when she was a 19-year-old college
Mental and Emotional Health Nutrition
Personal Health & Physical Activity Family & Social Health Growth and Development Communicable and Chronic Diseases
These are the 10 traditional content areas taught in school health education
Alcohol & othe
peer pressure school
alcohol friends choices
What are the leading causes of death in teenagers?
Deaths in 2005
Other Unintentional lnjuries
Motor Vehicle Crashes Other Unintentional Injuries
6,616 MV Crashe
2 of 3 older adults* report good or excellent health
What proportion of seniors report their health as good or excellent?
*over age 75
80% of seniors have at least one chronic condition 50% have at least two
Ask the person sitting next to you?
% of 18-24 year olds (USA) who are enrolled in college who completed high school who completed high school that are enrolled in college who dropped out of high school % of 18-24 year olds (USA) were enrolled in college in 1974 were enrolled
MRIs- normal teen brains @2yr intervals
discovery-frontal overproduction cortex? just before puberty overproduction, overproduction, gray, thinking mistakenly, incorrect By age 6? 95% of adult size compares thickening to
Who has the highest life expectancy men or women?
What is projected life expectancy for men and women in 2010?
U.S. Men 75.1 years of life expectancy (2010) U.S. Women 80.8 years of life expectancy (2010)
Which countries have the highest life exp
Considerations for Teaching and Working with Older Adults
What does research show about the human minds ability to learn new things through the elderly years?
Has the ability to learn new things through the elderly years.
Educational programs ca
The hallmark of adolescence is change
What You Should Know About Adolescent Development and Characteristics
The obvious changes are the physical changes we associate with adolescence
The Wonderful World of Puberty
The hallmark of adolescence is
The nations population of people 65 or older is expected to almost double in the next 20 years.
Before class starts look at page 79. Try to fill in the blanks on these quotes and sayings.
To be 70 years young is sometimes fa
Six Categories of Risk Behavior
CDC has identified that a high proportion of deaths, illnesses, and injuries in the U.S. result from six categories of risk behavior. Some of these cause mortality or morbidity during the school-age years. Other
What are you going to do to mark your 100th b-day?
Where is Crooks Peak and how did it get its name?
Peggy McAlpine (Britain) marked her 100th birthday by setting what is believed to be a new world record by paragliding from the top of a mountain
Aging Globalization Technological development
These are some of the megatrends toward 2020 identified by the Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies. There will be relatively more elderly than youths the next decades. Today's elderly are in b
Introduction In 1960, Volkswagen shook up the car world with a full-page ad that had just two words on it: Think Small. It was a revolutionary ideaa call for the shrinking of perspective, ambition, and scale in an era when success was all about accumulati
2010 Annual Status Report
National Prevention, Health Promotion and Public Health Council
July 1, 2010
National Prevention, Health Promotion and Public Health Council
Chair Regina M. Benjamin MD, MBA VADM, USPHS Surgeon General
Members Secretary Kathleen
Determinants of Health - Healthy People 2020
Home > About Healthy People > Foundation Health Measures > Determinants of Health
In This Section:
History & Development Whats New for 2020
Determinants of H
Marjorie Cypress, MSN, C-ANP, CDE
Editors note: This article is adapted from the address Ms. Cypress delivered as the recipient of the American Diabetes Association (ADA) Outstanding Educator in Diabetes Award for 2004. She
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Reinventing public health: A New Perspective on the Health of Canadians and its international impact
Heather MacDougall J Epidemiol Community Health 2007;61;955-959 doi:10.1136/jech.2006.046912
Powerful trends are at work all around the world forcing changes in how health care will be conceived and delivered in the decades ahead. The editors of HBR have compiled a list of 12 megatrends that will dramatically change how we must think about the is
What is public health?
Continuing Promise 2009
AN EXAMPLE OF A BIOMEDICAL MODEL BIOMEDICAL APPROACH TO HEALTH PROMOTION
AN EXAMPLE OF A BEHAVIORAL MODEL BEHAVIORAL APPROACH TO HE
Good health promotion programs not created by chance
product of systematic planning
Where are we now? Where do we want to go?
How will we get there?
How will we know when we get there?
PRECEDE-PROCEED Predisposing, Reinforcing, and Enabling Cons