Gabriel Castro health study final
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What is a complete fracture?
Bones are completely seperate
What is an incomplete fracture?
Bones are still joined
Where are the pectorals muscles located?
What is your calf muscle called?
How many steps does conflict resolution have?
How many steps does problem solving have?
How many forms of mental illness are known?
What is the most common type of mental illness?
What percentage of the US population has depression?
What are neurotransmitters?
Help send messages from brain
What neurotransmitter are involved in depression?
What neurotransmitter is involved in schizophrenia?
What neurotransmitter is involved in anxiety and anxiety disorders?
How many brain cells do you have?
What is the most common form of dementia?
How many STDs are known today?
What is scabies?
A mite that burrows into the skin
What pathogen is hepatitis caused by?
How effective are condoms for adults?
How effective are condoms for teens?
What pathogens cause communicable diseases?
Bacteria, virus, fungus, parasite
What is the only pathogen that does not need a living host to survive?
How long does it take bacteria to double their number?
Guard cells are also called
How long can a virus survive outside its host?
What does cardiovascular mean?
Related to the heart
What animal spreads the Zika virus?
What happens to your body with prolonged stress?
muscles become fatigue
How long do symptoms last for someone to be diagnosed with Clinical Depression?
Longer than 2 weeks
What is bi-polar disorder?
Disorder that includes episodes of major depression and mania
What is psychosomatic disorder?
Disorder caused by emotional reason
What is Seasonal Affective Disorder?
Brought on by dark days, and lack of sunlight
What macronutrient contains the most energy?
What is a communicable disease?
A disease that can be transmitted
In the US, Cancer has the 1st or 2nd fatality rate?
What is a non-communicable disease?
A disease that cannot be passed from person to person
What is adrenaline?
A hormone that prepares the body to react
What is the name for good stress?
What is the name for a bad stress?
What age does depression commonly start at?
How many symptoms does a person need to be diagnosed with Clinical Depression?
5 or more
How likely is a person to acquire depression if their parents has it?
What STDs can be cured, not just treated?
Chlamydia, syphillis, Gonorrhea
How can the organisms that cause STDs enter the body?
Are STDs a recent problem?
What does your immune system do?
Keep you from getting sick
What does letter B in BING stand for?
What does letter I in BING stand for?
What does letter N in BING stand for?
What does letter G in BING stand for?
What does fatigue mean?
What do carbohydrates do?
Provide energy for all cells
How are foods classified into food groups?
Which of the food groups are under consumed?
What is the definition of empty-food calories?
Non nutritional calories
What is the best idea to improve your food choices?
Making small changes
What tool is used to evaluate your overall health?
Body mass index
When does your body require less food?
Where does flavor come from?
What food is made up of
Why do people need a constant supply of nutrients?
Body processes use nutrients all of the time
What carbohydrates include fiber?
Fruits, vegetables, whole grains
What macronutrient helps the nerves function?
Bone health in older adults depends on how much calcium you consumed when ______
What nutrient is under consumed?
What food groups supply Vitamin C?
Fruits and vegetables
What is anemia?
Lack of iron
What nutrients help bone health?
Calcium and vitamin D
What is weight bearing exercise?
Exercise that your own body carries you're weight
What macronutrient helps absorb iron?
Lack of what micronutrient can cause muscle cramps?
What happens when you skip breakfast?
Slump and energy levels
Foods that are high in ______ keep you full longer?
How is sleep related to nutrition?
Less sleep means late night snacking
Tiny organism that causes you to get sick
What are antibiotics?
Where would you find bacteria in the body?
Is bacteria in your intestine good or bad?
What are two common types of chronic respiratory disease?
Asthma and COPD
What does your adrenal gland do?
What is a compound fracture?
Go through the skin
What is a simple fracture?
Stay within the skin