A condition of physical, intellectual, emotional, and social well-being.
A state of well-being.
Physical traits received from your parents.
The study of factors that cause an illness to determine their chance of occurring again.
To weigh or judge information.
Your beliefs and standards that you believe are important to live by.
One's view or image of yourself and one's role in life.
Confidence, pride, and respect you have for yourself.
A method of calling your attention to a product.
Helps you make responsible decisions about products and services that can affect your health.
A hormone released by the adrenal glands in response to danger, excitement, or stress.
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
A condition resulting from a traumatic event.
Your body's response to physical or mental demands or pressures.
A feeling of sadness, worthlessness, helplessness, or isolation.
The act of taking a general remark as if it was meant for one person.
A waxy, fatty substance that can block the flow of blood through arteries.
A physical disorder caused stress rather than by disease or injury to the body.
Drawing a broad conclusion from too little information.
The use of logic and knowledge, not emotions or limited information.
Chemicals released by the brain for pain.