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Number to call in case of an emergency
What is: 911
Lack of insurance, lack of transportation, long distances, high cost, etc…
What is: barriers to health care
Family doctor or nurse practitioner vs. Cardiologist, or pediatrician
What is: primary vs. specialty care
EMT stands for?
What is: Emergency Medical Technician
Hospitals, clinics, emergency rooms, doctors
What is: local health care services
Gestures, smiles, eye contact, etc
What is: non-verbal communication or body language
Show interest in how the speaker feels, show support, rephrase what you heard the speaker say
What is: active listening
Good or bad influence from your classmates or friends
What is: peer pressure
Home, school, community, hot lines, etc
What is: places where you can ask for help when needed
Knowing the difference between keeping a secret and telling the secret to somebody that can help to keep them safe
What is: being a good friend
Carbohydrates, lipids and proteins
What is: three major sources of energy
Name three parts of the food pyramid
What is: dairy products, fats, meats, vegetables
Saturated, polyunsaturated, monounsaturated
What is: types of fats (fatty acids)
High blood pressure, diabetes, heart problems
What is: health problems associated with obesity
Name two ways to maintain healthy weight
What is: balanced diet and exercise
Epstein Barr virus
What is: the virus that causes Infectious Mononucleosis
What is: mode of transmission of infectious mononucleosis
HIV stands for?
What is: Human immunodeficiency virus
Presence of HIV vs. presence of symptoms and diseases caused by having the virus
What is: difference between being HIV positive and having AIDS
Microorganism that uses the hosts cells to reproduce and cause diseases
What is: virus
Transmitted through contaminated food or water. Oral- fecal route
What is: Hepatitis A
Transmitted through body secretions and also considered STD
What is: Hepatitis B
Abnormal and uncontrolled growth of cells (may cause tumors)
What is: cancer
Lack of insulin or ineffective insulin
What is: diabetes I and diabetes II
Scar tissue in the liver replaces the healthy tissue. Most common cause in the US is chronic alcoholism
What is: Cirrhosis of the liver
Bloodborne Pathogens HIV, AIDS, and Hepatitis Unit 1.
A healthy diet is the diet that keeps the body in balance, or homeostasis.
Presentors: Terry Chhour Noel Kwok. What is Nutrition? Nutrition is the study of food, their nutrients and their effects of health.
What is Cholesterol? Cholesterol is a fatty substance (lipid), which is essential to healthy life. It is found in the brain, nervous tissue, skin and adrenal.
AIM: What NUTRIENTS do our bodies need to function properly?
Nutrition. Nutrition is eating foods the body needs to grow, develop, and work properly.
What countries come under the “western” category e.g. USA What is a Western Diet? What are the stereotypical meals western countries eat? e.g. McDonalds.
Fats. Fat Fat is a necessary part of the diet, it is not a food group, but they do provide essential nutrients Fat is one of the most concentrated sources.
What Is Nutrition? - Is defined as all body processes relating to food including: digestion, absorption, metabolism, circulation and Elimination -These.
Adipose Tissue II EDDIE SMITHLEAH WAGNER LEAH SANDERSJONATHAN GRIMWOOD FWS.
Eat healthy Grow healthy Eat healthy Grow healthy Eat healthy Grow healthy Eat healthy Grow.
NUTRITION What is it? ?.
Nutrition The science or study of food and the ways in which the body uses food Nutrients – substances in food that provide energy or help form body.
By: Kevin Filewich. in liver, whole milk, and fortified foods key role in maintaining healthy vision comes from animal food sources maintains.
Lifestyle Diseases. Two biggest killers in Australia (70% of deaths) Heart DiseaseCancer.
The Importance of Nutrition
Health and Food.
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