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true or false: the definition to health is linked ONLY to emotional well-being.
true or false: keeping your health triangle in balance will help you function at your highest level.
true or false: of all the factors that determine health, heredity is the most important one.
true or false: on of the traits of a health-literate individual is having effective communication.
"i" messages are a form of...
an ___ _____ is a multi-step strategy for identifying and achieving goals.
a goal that you plan to reach over an extended period of time.
a person with high standards usually exhibits good....
people use this to manage the body's reactions to every demand.
the ideas, beliefs, and attitudes about what is important that help guide the way you live.
combination of physical, mental/emotional, and social well being.
an overall state of well being.
a nationwide health promotion and disease prevention plan designed to serve as a guide for improving the health of all people in the united states.
health people 2010
four tools an individual needs to become health literate.
a critical thinker and problem solver; a responsible, productive citizen; a self-directed learner; an effective communicator.
steps to the decision-making model
state the situation
list the options
weigh the possible outcomes
make a decision and act on it
evaluate the decision
true or false: tricking consumers into buying defective or useless products is fraud
true or false: a clinic is a facility that provides care for people who are terminally ill.
true or false: one way to advocate for public health is by wearing a helmet while biking.
true or false: in a convectional insurance plan, the insured person pays for a doctor visit and is the reimbursed by the insurance company for the entire cost of the visit.
true or false: getting a second opinion from another health care provider for any major health concern can help ensure the you are getting the best possible health care.
true or false: if a product has a warranty that means you can always return it for a free refund if you decide you don't like it.
true or false: state health departments work to project heath at the national level.
true or false: a doctor should know your medical record to provide the best possible care.
true or false: important information on product labels included directions for use, precautions and warnings, and the amount in the container.
true or false: local health departments oversee water and sewage systems, waste disposal, and the sanitation of restaurants.
a ____ lifestyle can lead to unhealthful weight gain.
_____ exercise strengthens the heart and increases lung capacity.
each activity should include...
a warm up, a work out, a cool-down
eating nutritious foods, _______, and getting plenty of rest are all important for becoming physically fit.
drinking plenty of fluids
minor injuries from activities can include muscle cramps, strains, and _____
a measure used to determine whether your weight is within a healthy range
body mass index
factors that influence appropriate weight include gender, age, height, body frame, activity level, and...
eating disorders can be caused by a number of mental, emotional, and....
people who fallow fad diets may experience a repeated pattern of weight loss and gain known as
drinking fluids is important during physical activity to avoid heatstroke, and ....
consuming more calories than the body burns leads to weight...
_____is a disorder in which some form of purging or clearing of the digestive tract follows cycles of overeating.
true or false: anorexia nervosa is a disorder in which an irrational fear of becoming obese results in severe weight loss from self starvation.
true or false: the use of anabolic steroids can cause dangerous side affects.
true or false: vegetarians eat mostly or only foods that come from plant sources
regular physical activity provided lifelong benefits to...
physical and social health
five areas of health related fitness that effect overall health...
overworking the body more than it is normally worked
when participating in activities, risks to safety can be reduced by:
using the correct equipment
weather related risks while engaging in physical activities may include
eating habits and food choices are effected by hunger and
the form of carbohydrate that helps move waste through the digestive system
a waxy substance produced by the body and found in the blood
food borne illness can be caused by food contaminated with
viruses and bacteria
six groups of nutrients
making excuses to explain a situation or behavior rather than directly taking responsibility for it
reverting to behaviors more characteristic of an early stage of development rather than dealing with conflict in a mature manner
non hostile comments that point out problems and encourage improvement
signals that tell your mind and body how to react
attributing your own feelings or faults to another person or group
making up for weaknesses and mistakes through gift giving, hard work, or extreme efforts
conscious intentional pushing of unpleasantness from ones mind
the ability to imagine and understand how someone else feels
seeing someone else as perfect, ideal, or more worthy than anyone else
involuntary pushing of unpleasant feelings out of conscious thought
the building blocks of development the help people become responsible, caring, adults.
observing and learning from the behaviors of those around you
unconscious lack of acknowledgment of something that is obvious to others
a chemical secreted by your glands the regulates the activities of different body cells
real or imagined fears are associated with...
phobia, post-traumatic stress disorder, and obsessive compulsive disorder
types of anxiety disorders
true or false: bipolar disorder is an anxiety disorder
clinical is a type of
a mental illness in which a person thinks and behaves in ways that makes it hard for them to get along with other people is...
children and adolescents who act out their impulses toward others in destructive ways may have...
a conduct disorder
a condition that may develop after exposure to a terrifying event
post-traumatic stress disorder
the strongest relationship bonds are with _____
when you babysit, your role is...
the greatest influence in your relationship with others is your
the three c's of healthy relationships
compromise, co-opperartion, communication
true or false: consideration is one of the three c's of healthy relationships
doing your share to keep your school and community safe
being talked into volunteering in a homeless shelter
positive peer pressure
a person who flatters another person to get he or she wants is using
it is important to use ____ skills when dealing with a high pressure situation
true or false: people who are assertive stand their own ground and remain true to who they are
true or false: dating gives people chances to interact with and feel comfortable with the opposite gender
true or false: an important decision facing teens that begin dating is to remain abstinent
true or false: one way to avoid risk behaviors is to plan ahead
rape, sexual harassment, and sexual assault are all forms of
the process in which trained students help other students to find fair ways of resolving conflicts and setting differences
making direct eye contact or walking with a deliberate and confident stride
examples of body language
physical or mental strategies used to protect oneself from harm
unlawful attack on a person with the intent to harm or kill
protect yourself by clearly stating your intentions and displaying confidence
person who commits any rape, sexual harassment, and or sexual assault is known as
if a person is killed during a assault, the crime is known as
the system involved in producing offspring
one of the main functions of this system is to regulate growth and development
male hormone that regulates production of sperm
these help the body recover from stress and respond to emergencies
the process of releasing a mature ovum each month in the female reproduction system
condition in which the stools ate usually hard and dry
an inflammation of the bladder
swollen veins in the anal area
an inflammation of the appendix
symptoms of an uncomfortable feeling in the stomach
three main processes of digestive system
three main parts of the cardiovascular system
these carry blood away from the heart
these carry blood to the heart
exchange of gases between the body and the environment
this respiratory system extends from the nose the the pharynx
the upper respiratory system
the respiratory system extend from the larynx to the lugs
the lower respiratory system
your skeletal system consists of 206 bones that can be classified in two main groups which are
identify the three types of connective tissues
tendon, ligament, cartilage
flexible joint types:
ball and socket
identify three types of muscle tissue
name three common degenerative diseases of the nervous system
describe three functions of the skin
produces perspiration, serves as physical barrier between outside world and your internal organs, acts as first line of defense against pathogens entering the body
list three behaviors that will help keep your eyes healthy
follow well balanced diet, protect eyes, have regular eye exams
part of the ear that is responsible for balance
vestibule and semicircular canals
according to us census bureau, how many people expect to marry in their life time?
nearly nine or every ten people
health care offered to people of 65 years of age and older
health care offered to people with low incomes and limited resources
true or false: after infancy,adolescents is the bodies slowest period of growth.
true or false: an adolescent boys voice cracks because the larynx is growing
true or false: about 60% of marriages in teens end in divorce
true or false: girls tend to start their growth spurts later than boys do.
true or false: after your body reaches physical maturity, you wont grow any taller
true or false: a mature individual does not change his or her mind after settling on a career
true or false: Eriksons final stage of development, late adult hood, occurs after age 65
true or false: the male gametes are sperm and the female gametes are the ova
true or false: today life expectancy in the united states is almost 77 years
true or false: females experience menopause between ages 35 and 45
during _____ childhood, children ask many questions and imitate adult behaviors, learning creativity, initiative, and the ability to start something on their own.
substances that are harmful to the developing embryo pass through the
true or false: a mutation in a gene sometimes results in birth defects or other health problems,
________ results in a cell called a zygote.
in early child hood, children begin to develop a sense of autonomy, which is the confidence that a person can control the impulses in his or her own environment.
true or false: the condition called preeclampsia in pregnant women can cause high fetal birth weight
false; low birth weight
true or false: the amniotic sac insulates the embryo from temp changes
ectopic pregnancies result when. the zygote implants in the _____, the abdomen, the ovary, or the cervix.
true or false: using tobacco or drugs during pregnancy increases a female's chances of experiencing a miscarriage or stillbirth.
true or false: most if the cells in the body contain 46 chromosomes arranged in pairs
_____ twins develop from the same fertilized egg
_____ twins are much more common than identical twins.
true or false: all drugs are medicines, but not all medicines are drugs.
true or false: someone who suddenly begins to gain muscle mass and becomes moody, paranoid, and aggressive, may be using anabolic androgenic steroids.
true or false: depressants can be dangerous because they slow heart and respiration rates and lower blood pressure
true or false: symptoms of withdraw can include nervousness, severe nausea, and euphoria
true or false: tolerance is a condition in which the body becomes used ti the effect of the medicine
true or false: over the counter medicines must only be used with a doctors supervision
true or false: antibiotics have no affect on viruses
true or false: antivirals are drugs that reduce the sneezing, watery eyes, and runny nose that often accompany allergies
true or false: intentionally taking more than the recommended dose of a prescribed pain reliever is an example of substance abuse
living without alcohol
second step to recovery
babies born with ______ may have heart, liver, and kidney defects
fetal alcohol syndrome
2/3 of the the victims of _____ report that alcohol was a factor in the crime
an addict who is dependent on alcohol
a disease in which a person has physical or psychological dependence on drinks that contain alcohol
process of learning to live an alcohol free life
person who may not drink much or often but whose use of alcohol affects his or her life in a negative way
nicotine is a _____
true or false: carbon monoxide deprives the bodies tissue of cells and oxygen
true or false: smokeless tobacco irritates that mouth's sensitive tissues and can cause oral cancer
true or false: selling tobacco products to people under the age of 18 is illegal in some states
smoking rates among teens have fallen in recent years
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