epidemiology - the study of the distribution and determinants of health-related states or events in specified populations and the
application of this study to control health problems
Analytical epidemiology (experimental/observat
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Opth? Int MedInf DisLab workEpid.resp dzvaccines-BangladeshDDKenyaEmory !
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Contemporary Reviews in Sleep Medicine
Central Disorders of Hypersomnolence
Focus on the Narcolepsies and Idiopathic Hypersomnia
Zeeshan Khan, DO; and Lynn Marie Trotti, MD
The central disorders of hypersomnolence are characterized by severe daytime s
60 Original Paper
Non-Medical Use of Prescription Stimulants and Illicit
Use of Stimulants for Cognitive Enhancement in Pupils
and Students in Germany
A. G. Franke1, C. Bonertz1, M. Christmann1, M. Huss2, A. Fellgiebel1, E. Hildt3, K. Lieb1
Editors Note: In violation of our conflict of interest policy, Dr. Pagel failed to disclose
relationships he developed with two pharmaceutical companies after submitting this
article and before it was published. See the related Letter to the Editor and Ed
Is Sleep Essential?
Chiara Cirelli*, Giulio Tononi
verybody knows that sleep is
important, yet the function of
sleep seems like the mythological
phoenix: Che vi sia ciascun lo dice,
dove sia nessun lo sa (that there is
one they all say, where it m
A JOB Neuroscience
ISSN: 2150-7740 (Print) 2150-7759 (Online) Journal homepage: http:/www.tandfonline.com/loi/uabn20
Just How Cognitive Is Cognitive Enhancement?
On the Significance of Emotions in University
Students Experiences with Study Drugs
NIH Public Access
Behav Sleep Med. Author manuscript; available in PMC 2013 August 16.
NIH-PA Author Manuscript
Published in final edited form as:
Behav Sleep Med. 2010 ; 8(1): 4861. doi:10.1080/15402000903425769.
Restless Legs Syndrome
The value of sleep deprivation as a
diagnostic tool in adult sleepwalkers
Steve Joncas, BSc; Antonio Zadra, PhD; Jean Paquet, PhD; and Jacques Montplaisir, MD, PhD, CRCPc
AbstractObjective: Adult somnambulism can result in injury to the sleeper and to
American Medical Association Journal of Ethics
September 2008, Volume 10, Number 9: 571-577.
Role of the Expert Witness in Sleep-Related Violence Trials
Michel A. Cramer Bornemann, MD
Parasomnia refers to unusual behavior, especi
HLTH 100 CASE STUDIES
Case studies will be randomly assigned during week 10 of HLTH
100. Your case study assignment may NOT be switched with
another case. Please note the completed SAMPLE case study can be
HLTH 220 Lecture Notes Unit 1
Lecture 8/31: Digestion and Absorption
Digestion has two parts
Mechanical- chewing, grinding of food into smaller parts
Chemical- enzymes and digestive juices break chemical bonds to
form absorbable nutrients tha
HLTH 220 Unit 3 Book Notes
Chapter 10: Water Soluble Vitamins
There are nine water soluble vitamins: 8 are B-complex vitamins and the 9 th is
Water soluble: excreted through the urine, generally not stored in the body (need
HLTH 220 Study Guide Exam 2
Lecture 1: Energy Metabolism
Metabolism- the process of generating ATP from nutrients
o It is the sum of all chemical reactions/energy processes in the body
Two types of reactions
o Anabolic reactions- use energy to combine sim
Study Guide: Exam 3
Lecture 1: B vitamins
B vitamins help:
o Convert carbs into glucose, which is used to produce energy
o Metabolize fats and protein
o Maintain healthy skin, hair, eyes, and liver
o Support proper function of the nervous system
Case Study Answers
Calculate Lanas body mass index. What category does she fall in?
Lanas BMI is 22.6. Her BMI falls within the normal category.
2. Consider Lanas diet. Do you think her diet contains too much or too little of any
Exam 2 Review Sheet
1. Mechanical vs. chemical contributors to digestion, examples,
functions, gastric and intestinal (including accessory organs)
o Gastric juice:
Review Exam 1
1. Definitions of Nutrition.
Nutrition: a science that studies how nutrients and compounds in foods
nourish and affect body functions and health.
2. What factors can affect Food Choices.
* Taste and culture
* Social reasons and trends
WELCOME TO INTRODUCTION TO NUTRITION SCIENCE
1. Define the terms nutrition and nutrients.
Nutrition is the science of food, the nutrients and the substances therein, their
action, interaction and balance in relation to health and disease and the process
March 2, 2015
Midterm Study Guide
Content Areas: exercise, nutrition, life balance, energy management
o Exercise: 150 min/week of moderate activity, 75 min/week of vigorous
activity, people who exercise more sleep bet
Who is likely to see a bigger difference in their health based on their exercise routine?
A person who goes from not working out at all to working out 30 minutes per day
A person who goes from working out 30 minutes per day to 1 hour per
Health 100 section: _
TIME MANAGEMENT SKILLS WEEKLY SCHEDULE
This pre-work assignment is due before your week 2 class (Sept 7-11). You will need to
download this file, fill in your activity data, save the file, upload the file to Blackboard for
Health 100: Its Your Health
Administered by the Center for the Study of Human Health, Health 100 (HLTH100) is a required course for first year students in Emory College.
This course is only offered fall semester, and fulfills
Finding your Balance
Stress (Mind-Body Connection)
Techniques for Alleviating Stress
4 Pillars of Wellness Personal
Small Group Project
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