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Chapter 19 Jeopardy Non-Communicable Diseases Causes of Non- Communicable Disease CancerHeart & Circulatory Problems Diabetes & Arthritis Allergies & Asthma 10 20 30 40 50
Diseases that are present either continuously or on and off over a long period of time Chronic Disease
Name of 3 causes of non-communicable diseases Lifestyle choices Diseases present at birth, Environmental factors
Diseases that are present at birth Congenital Disease
What is an example of an environmental factor that can cause disease Landfills Carbon Monoxide Smog
What is an example of a chronic disease? Asthma
A mass of abnormal cells Tumor
When cancer signs and symptoms disappear Remission
Give an example of a carcinogen Tobacco smoke, UV rays from the sun, alcohol
Explain the difference between a benign and malignant tumor Benign=not cancerous Malignant=cancerous
What is the most common type of cancer? Skin Cancer
High blood pressure Hypertension
How many chambers does the heart have? 4
What is a group of disorders in which arteries harden and become rigid Arteriosclerosis
What heart disease occurs when fatty substances in the blood build up on the walls of the arteries? Atherosclerosis
What are 2 symptoms of a heart attack? Chest pain & tightness, pain spread in the left arm, abdominals, back, & jaw, cold skin, nausea, lightheadedness
Diabetes is a disease that is caused by a problem with what protein? Insulin
The immune system attacks insulin producing cells in the pancreas for which type of diabetes? Type 1
What is the most common type of diabetes? Type 2
A disease characterized by pain, inflammation, swelling, and stiffness in the joints that leads to deformities in joints Rheumatoid Arthritis
Name 3 ways to manage arthritis Joint protection, rest, massages, heat & cold treatments, eating healthily, staying physically active
Substances that cause an allergic reaction Allergens
What are the red bumps that might appear on your skin during an allergic reaction? Hives
What are chemicals in the body that cause the symptoms of the allergic reaction Histamines
Name 3 common allergens Pollen, insect bites/stings, food, plants
What area in the lungs tightens during an asthma attack making breathing difficult Bronchial Tubes
Diseases a disordered or incorrectly functioning organ, part, structure, or system of the body resulting from the effect of genetic or developmental errors,
Noncommunicable Diseases Journal Do you know anyone who has suffered from heart disease or cancer?
Tuesday, October 9, Diseases that do not spread (not contagious) Chronic, or long- lasting.
Chapter 19, Section 4 Noninfectious Disease Thursday, April 29, 2010 Pages
Communicable and Chronic Disease - Day 3
What You Will Do Identify changeable risk factors that can lead to diseases of the heart and lungs. Explain diseases that can result from certain lifestyles.
Allergies, Asthma, Diabetes, and Arthritis. Allergies Allergy- specific reaction of the immune system to a foreign and frequently harmless substance Sneezing.
Chapter 12: Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes, and Cancer $100 $200 $300 $400 $100$100$100 $200 $300 $400 Cardiovascular Disease CancerDiabetesRisk Factors.
Chapter 19 Noncommunicable Diseases Next >> Click for: Lesson 4 Diabetes and Arthritis >> Main Menu >> Chapter 19 Assessment Teacher’s notes are available.
NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES December 1, Non-communicable Disease that is not transmitted by another person, a vector, or the environment. Cardiovascular.
Bell Ringer: Pick up off the chair
Cancer. What is Cancer? An uncontrollable growth of abnormal ________________ There are many types/stages of cancer Cancer can affect many different ______________.
Noncommunicable Disease A Noncommunicable Disease is a disease that is not spread through contact. –Are caused by how people live, conditions they are.
In this chapter, you will Learn About… What allergies and asthma are and how they’re treated. What cancer is and how it’s treated. Different types of heart.
Chapter 14 Noncommunicable Diseases Lesson 4 Diabetes and Arthritis Next >> Click for: Teacher’s notes are available in the notes section of this presentation.
Practicing self-management strategies can help reduce the severity of allergies, asthma, diabetes, and arthritis.
BELL WORK Do you know anyone with diabetes? What changes do you think you would need to make if your life if you had diabetes?
Noncommunicable Disease Noncommunicable disease-disease that cannot be spread from person to person. Many noncommunicable diseases are chronic, or.
Fitness Injuries Health.
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