Early walk w/ Fred
Diet - The Culture and Programs
Nick Carr, Ted Chung,
Evan Myar, Jake Snyder
limit calories and sodium
smart carbohydrates - limit high Glycemic Index food
o Pricey $
o taste of the food/how fillin
Department of Exercise Science
HLWL 1114.11 Spring 2014
Personal Health & Wellness, 3.0 credits
M/W 11:10 12:25, 2020 K St. Room 17
Christina Russo, M.S.
Associate Director, Health and Wellness
2301 G Street N.W., Suite 217
Department of Exercise & Nutrition Sciences
HLWL 1114.12 Fall 2015
Personal Health & Wellness
Mondays & Wednesdays
950 New Hampshire Ave, NW
Nichole Danraj, M.S.
Phone message: 202-994-9412
950 New Hamp
CAM- categories of CAM
Know the income that makes America the 1% of the world, what is the global
median income in a year.
Causes of death 0-40, for unintentional injury for college students and teenagers=
Definition of health litera
Chapter 18 Personal safety
In the first 40 years of life, what is the leading cause of death? Injury
Leading cause of death for teenagers? Motor vehicle crashes
Facts about teen driving
Risk is highest ages 16-17, fatal crashes
Most victims of fatal accid
Personal health and wellness
How did your run go on Tuesday?
What did you learn from this goal from not doing it?
Did it make a change?
In the brain that is especially critical. Brain only accounts for 2% of the bodys mass.
Every cell produces wast
Chapter 12 Addictions:
Definition of Addiction by: American Society of Addiction Medicine
Addiction: a primary, chronic disease of brain reward, motivation, memory, and
related circuitry. This is reflected in an individual pathologically pursuing reward
Essential Body Fat
Body fat that is considered necessary for good health and to keep your body
Its stored in small amounts in your
Central nervous system
Highlights of the chapte
Lead in their water
What is CDC?
Center for Disease Control and Prevention
What is WHO?
World Health Organization
Interested in public health around the world
What is UNICEF?
Helps children around the world in third world countries
Chapter 16 Infectious Illnesses
The immune system is a system of biological structures and processes within an
organism that protects against disease.
To function properly an immune system, must detect a wide variety of agents,
known as pathogens
Chapter 13 Alcohol:
What is the median age for first alcohol use? 15
Which race drinks the most? White
American Indian or Alaska Native Men
American Indan or Alaska Native Women
Chapter 15: Major Diseases
- Americans are developing more serious illnesses at younger ages
- why? (growth of technology, lack of exercise, food proportions, diet)
- we smoke less, and have fewer heart attacks, but higher rates of obesity, diabetes and