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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
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