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39 terms
Health Chapter 14
enamel
cementum
dentin
pulp
The material, which is harder than bone, that covers a tooth'…
The hard material that covers a tooth's root
The living material beneath enamel and cementum that makes up…
The soft tissue that fills the center of each tooth
enamel
The material, which is harder than bone, that covers a tooth'…
cementum
The hard material that covers a tooth's root
41 terms
Health Chapter 14
cornea
pupil
iris
lens
Clear tissue that covers the front of the eye.
The opening through which light enters the eye.
The structure that surrounds the pupil and regulates the amou…
A flexible structure in the eye that focuses light on the ret…
cornea
Clear tissue that covers the front of the eye.
pupil
The opening through which light enters the eye.
34 terms
Health Chapter 14 Vocabulary
Acne
Audio Doctors
Bad breath
Body Time
An Excess of oils and dead cells plug a hair follicle.
PROFESSIONALS who are TRAINED to EVALUATE hearing and treat h…
Lacking the amount of times you brush your teeth
The body's internal system for regulating behavior patterns i…
Acne
An Excess of oils and dead cells plug a hair follicle.
Audio Doctors
PROFESSIONALS who are TRAINED to EVALUATE hearing and treat h…
29 terms
Health Chapter 14
noncommunicable disease
chronic disease
allergy
allergens
a disease that cannot be spread from person to person
present continuously on and off over a long period of time
an extreme sensitivity to a substance
substances that cause allergic responses
noncommunicable disease
a disease that cannot be spread from person to person
chronic disease
present continuously on and off over a long period of time
8 terms
Health chapter 14
Side effect
Stimulant
Depressant
Withdrawal
Reaction to a medicine other than what it is intended
A drug that speeds up the central nervias sestem
A drug that slows down the centrial nerviose sestem
A physical rection to not having a drug in the body
Side effect
Reaction to a medicine other than what it is intended
Stimulant
A drug that speeds up the central nervias sestem
18 terms
Health Chapter 14
epidermis
dermis
melanin
sebaceous glands
the outer, thinner layer of the skin that is composed of livi…
the thicker layer of the skin beneath the epidermis that is m…
a pigment that gives the skin, hair, and iris of the eyes the…
structures within the skin that produce an oily secretion cal…
epidermis
the outer, thinner layer of the skin that is composed of livi…
dermis
the thicker layer of the skin beneath the epidermis that is m…
53 terms
Health Sciences Chapter 14
Plague
Filoviruses
Anthrax
Botulism
Caused by bacteria called Yersinia pestis
An infectious disease that causes hemorrhagic fever
Spores of bacteria called Bacillus antracis
A paralytic illness caused by a nerve toxin
Plague
Caused by bacteria called Yersinia pestis
Filoviruses
An infectious disease that causes hemorrhagic fever
5 terms
Total Health - Chapter 14
agape
eros
marriage
dementia
The Greek word used in Scripture which expresses love from Go…
The Greek word used in Scripture which expresses intimate aff…
An intimate personal union to which man and woman consent, co…
A disease that interferes with the normal working of the mind.
agape
The Greek word used in Scripture which expresses love from Go…
eros
The Greek word used in Scripture which expresses intimate aff…
30 terms
Health Chapter 14
Cementum
Enamel
Malocclusion
Orthodontist
covers a tooth's root and helps anchor the tooth to the jaw b…
hardest material in the body, covers tooth crown
improper bite
specialist who corrects position of jaw or teeth
Cementum
covers a tooth's root and helps anchor the tooth to the jaw b…
Enamel
hardest material in the body, covers tooth crown
26 terms
Health Chapter 14
Cartilage
Tendonitis
Hernia
Cerebrum
a strong, flexible connective tissue that can act as a cushio…
the imflammation of a tendon
an injury that occurs when an organ or tissue protrudes throu…
the largest, most complex part of the brain
Cartilage
a strong, flexible connective tissue that can act as a cushio…
Tendonitis
the imflammation of a tendon
9 terms
Chapter 14: Health
Carbohydrate
Diet
Fat
Habit
the nutrient that provides the biggest energy source for your…
all the food you eat, whether healthy or unhealthy.
the nutrient that provides a concentrated energy source for y…
something you do so often that it becomes a regular part of y…
Carbohydrate
the nutrient that provides the biggest energy source for your…
Diet
all the food you eat, whether healthy or unhealthy.
5 terms
Total Health - Chapter 14
agape
eros
marriage
dementia
the Greek word used in Scripture which expresses love from Go…
the Greek word used in Scripture which expresses intimate aff…
an intimate personal union to which man and woman consent, co…
a disease that interferes with the normal working of the mind
agape
the Greek word used in Scripture which expresses love from Go…
eros
the Greek word used in Scripture which expresses intimate aff…
Health Chapter 14
drug
prescription medicine
(OTC) over the counter medicines
drug missuse
a substance other than food that changes the structure or fun…
medicines that can be sold only with a written order from a p…
medicines that are safe enough to be taken without a written…
taking or using medicine in a way that is not intended.
drug
a substance other than food that changes the structure or fun…
prescription medicine
medicines that can be sold only with a written order from a p…
27 terms
Health Chapter 14 terms
cartilage
ossification
ligament
tendon
strong, flexible connective tissue
the process by which bone if formed, renewed, and repaired
band of fibrous, slightly elastic connective tissue that atta…
a fibrous cord that attached bone and muscle
cartilage
strong, flexible connective tissue
ossification
the process by which bone if formed, renewed, and repaired
20 terms
Lifetime Health: Chapter 14 Vocabulary
Lifestyle disease
Cardiovascular disease(CVD)
Stroke
Blood pressure
a disease that is caused partly by unhealthy behaviors and pa…
a disease or disorder that results from progressive damage to…
a sudden attack of weakness or paralysis that occurs when blo…
the force that blood exerts against the inside walls of a blo…
Lifestyle disease
a disease that is caused partly by unhealthy behaviors and pa…
Cardiovascular disease(CVD)
a disease or disorder that results from progressive damage to…
21 terms
Chapter 14 health
nicotine
gateway drug
tars
carcinogens
an addictive drug present in tobacco
drug whose abuse is likely to lead to abuse of other, more po…
chemicals present in tobacco. burning this can release many c…
cancer-causing agents.
nicotine
an addictive drug present in tobacco
gateway drug
drug whose abuse is likely to lead to abuse of other, more po…
16 terms
health chapter 14
drug
prescription drug
over the counter medicines (otc)
drug misuse
a substance other than food that changes the structure or fun…
medicans that can be sold only with a written order from phys…
medicines that are safe enough to be taken without a written…
taking or using medicine in a way that is not intended
drug
a substance other than food that changes the structure or fun…
prescription drug
medicans that can be sold only with a written order from phys…
23 terms
Health Chapter 14
prescription medicines
over-the-counter medicines
drug misuse
side effect
medicines that can be sold only with a written order from a p…
medicines that are safe enough to be taken without a written…
taking or using medicine a way that is not intended
any effect of a medicine other than the one intended
prescription medicines
medicines that can be sold only with a written order from a p…
over-the-counter medicines
medicines that are safe enough to be taken without a written…
9 terms
Health Chapter 14
drug abuse
marijuana
amnesia
narcotics
intentionally using drugs in a way that is unhealthy or illegal
dried leaves and flowers of the help plant, called Cannabis s…
partial or total loss of memory
specific drugs that are obtainable only by prescription and a…
drug abuse
intentionally using drugs in a way that is unhealthy or illegal
marijuana
dried leaves and flowers of the help plant, called Cannabis s…
13 terms
Health Psych Chapter 14
Health promotion
Behaviour change approach
Community development approach
Evaluation
Any event, process or activity which facilitates the protecti…
An approach to health promotion that targets behaviour change…
An approach to health promotion that recognizes the close rel…
The assessment of the efficacy or effectiveness of an interve…
Health promotion
Any event, process or activity which facilitates the protecti…
Behaviour change approach
An approach to health promotion that targets behaviour change…
65 terms
Public Health: Chapter 14
Define Symbiosis.
What are the different types of Symbio…
What is any parasite that causes disea…
Define Infectivity.
"to live together"
• Mutualism - both members benefit (Bacteria in gut)... • Paras…
Pathogen
The ability of a biological agent to enter and grow in a host
Define Symbiosis.
"to live together"
What are the different types of Symbio…
• Mutualism - both members benefit (Bacteria in gut)... • Paras…
17 terms
Mental Health Chapter 14 Vocabulary
affect
Anergia
anhedonia
bereavement exclusion
The external manifestation of a feeling or emotion that is ma…
Lack of energy; passivity. (Halter 672)
The inability to experience pleasure. (Halter 672)
A stipulation in which people who have experienced the loss o…
affect
The external manifestation of a feeling or emotion that is ma…
Anergia
Lack of energy; passivity. (Halter 672)
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Glencoe Teen Health 7 - Chapter 14 Vocabulary
noncommunicable disease
chronic
allergy
allergens
A disease that cannot be spread from person to person.
Present continuously on and off over a long period of time.
An extreme sensitivity to a substance.
Substances that cause allergic responses.
noncommunicable disease
A disease that cannot be spread from person to person.
chronic
Present continuously on and off over a long period of time.
34 terms
Chapter 14 Health: Vocab
Enamel
Cementrum
Dentin
Pulp
The tooth's root, helps anchor the tooth into the jawbone.
covers the tooth's root and helps to anchor tooth to jawbone
A living thing that makes up the majority of the tooth
fills in the center of the tooth
Enamel
The tooth's root, helps anchor the tooth into the jawbone.
Cementrum
covers the tooth's root and helps to anchor tooth to jawbone
20 terms
Chapter 14-15 health
Nicotine
Carbon monoxide
Tar
Chronic effect
A highly addictive drug found in all tobacco products
A gas that makes it hard for the blood to carry oxygen
A sticky substance that can coat the airways and can cause ca…
A consequence that remains with a person for a long time
Nicotine
A highly addictive drug found in all tobacco products
Carbon monoxide
A gas that makes it hard for the blood to carry oxygen
11 terms
Chapter 14: Stress and Health
Behavioral medicine
General Adaptation Syndrome
Coronary heart disease
Type A Personality
an interdisciplinary field that integrates behavioral and med…
Selye's concept of the body's adaptive response to stress in…
the clogging of the vessels that nourish the heart muscle; th…
Friedman and Rosenman's term for competitive, hard-driving, i…
Behavioral medicine
an interdisciplinary field that integrates behavioral and med…
General Adaptation Syndrome
Selye's concept of the body's adaptive response to stress in…
35 terms
Health Chapter 14 Vocab
enamel
cementum
dentin
pulp
the hardest material in your body; covers a tooth's crown
covers the tooth's root and helps anchor the tooth to the jaw…
a living material that makes up the majority of a tooth
fills the center of each tooth
enamel
the hardest material in your body; covers a tooth's crown
cementum
covers the tooth's root and helps anchor the tooth to the jaw…
41 terms
Health Chapter 14
cartilage
ossification
ligament
tendon
a strong, flexible connective tissue that can act as a cushio…
the process by which bone is formed, renewed, and repaired
a band of fibrous, slightly elastic connective tissue that at…
a fibrous cord that attaches muscle to the bone
cartilage
a strong, flexible connective tissue that can act as a cushio…
ossification
the process by which bone is formed, renewed, and repaired
17 terms
Chapter 14 Your Health
Wellness
Grooming
Acne
Dandruff
a positive approach to life based on healthy attitudes and ac…
personal care routine you follow to keep yourself clean and w…
a skin problem that develops when glands below the pores in t…
scales and flakes on the scalp
Wellness
a positive approach to life based on healthy attitudes and ac…
Grooming
personal care routine you follow to keep yourself clean and w…
23 terms
Chapter 14 health
medicines that can be sold only with a…
a substance other than food that chang…
medicines that are safe enough to be t…
is taking or using medicine in a way t…
prescription medicines
drug
over-the-counter medicines
drug misuse
medicines that can be sold only with a…
prescription medicines
a substance other than food that chang…
drug
30 terms
health chapter 14
contraction
spinal cord
280 mph
ligaments
shortening of muscles
neurons transmit messages to & from the _______
impulses can travel at
elastic connective tissue that attaches bone to bone
contraction
shortening of muscles
spinal cord
neurons transmit messages to & from the _______
35 terms
Health chapter 14
Enamel
Cementum
Dentin
Pulp
The material which is harder than bone covers the tooths crown
Covers the tooth's root and helps it anchor the tooth to the…
A living material that makes up the majority of a tooth
Fills the center of each tooth
Enamel
The material which is harder than bone covers the tooths crown
Cementum
Covers the tooth's root and helps it anchor the tooth to the…
209 terms
Health Science Chapter 14
The purpose of handwashing is to _____…
Regularly handwashing with ___________…
Antiseptic handwashing with __________…
Antiseptic hand rub with _____________…
Prevent and control spread of pathogens... Disease and illness
Plain soap and water
Antimicrobial soap and water
Alcohol - based cleaner ... Waterless
The purpose of handwashing is to _____…
Prevent and control spread of pathogens... Disease and illness
Regularly handwashing with ___________…
Plain soap and water
32 terms
Health - Chapter 14
Healthy teeth allow you to ___ your fo…
what are the four types of teeth
what are the three parts of the teeth
define orthodontist
chew; speak
incisors, premolars, molars, and canines
crown, neck, root
doctor who specializes in correcting the position of the teet…
Healthy teeth allow you to ___ your fo…
chew; speak
what are the four types of teeth
incisors, premolars, molars, and canines
23 terms
Health chapter 14
Gateway drug
Tars
Carcinogens
Emphysema
A drug whose abuse is likely to lead to abuse of other, more…
Chemicals present in (among other things) tobacco. Burning ta…
Cancer-causing agents
A disease of the lungs in which many small, flexible air sacs…
Gateway drug
A drug whose abuse is likely to lead to abuse of other, more…
Tars
Chemicals present in (among other things) tobacco. Burning ta…
31 terms
Chapter 14- Stress and Health
Findings of Thomas Holmes and Richard…
chronic stressors
perceived control
flight-or-fight respnse
Adding up the stress ratings of each life challenge can predi…
sources of stress that occur continuously or repeatedly ... - s…
believing you have control over an event actually makes it le…
emotional and physiological reaction to an emergency that inc…
Findings of Thomas Holmes and Richard…
Adding up the stress ratings of each life challenge can predi…
chronic stressors
sources of stress that occur continuously or repeatedly ... - s…
11 terms
Health chapter 14 Vocabulary:/
cancer
lymphoma
leukemia
carcinoma
group of diseases characterized by abnormal, uncontroled cell…
immune system cancer
blood, bone marrow cancer
cancer of the skin and lining or organs
cancer
group of diseases characterized by abnormal, uncontroled cell…
lymphoma
immune system cancer
Chapter 14 - Health
scoliosis
brain stem
tendon
extensor
lateral or side-to-side curve of the spine
controls involuntary functions (heartbeat, breathing, temp.)
connects bone to muscle
opens a joint
scoliosis
lateral or side-to-side curve of the spine
brain stem
controls involuntary functions (heartbeat, breathing, temp.)
19 terms
Health Chapter 14 Vocab
Cartilage
Ossification
Ligament
Tendon
A strong, flexible connective tissue
The process by which bone is formed, renewed, and repaired
A band of fibrous, slightly elastic connective tissue that at…
A fibrous cord that attaches muscle to the bone
Cartilage
A strong, flexible connective tissue
Ossification
The process by which bone is formed, renewed, and repaired
20 terms
Health chapter 14
Nicotine
Gateway drug
Tars
Carcinogens
An addictive drug present in tobacco
A drug whose abuse is likely to lead to abuse of other
Chemicals present in tobacco
Cancer-causing agents
Nicotine
An addictive drug present in tobacco
Gateway drug
A drug whose abuse is likely to lead to abuse of other
41 terms
Chapter 14 Health
Drug
Prescription Medicines
Over-the-Counter Medicines
Drug Misuse
substance other than food that changes the structure or funct…
medicines that can be sold only with a written order from a p…
medicines that are safe enough to be taken without a written…
taking or using medicine in a way that is not intended
Drug
substance other than food that changes the structure or funct…
Prescription Medicines
medicines that can be sold only with a written order from a p…
51 terms
Chapter 14- Health and Stress
History of Major Causes of Death
Health Psychology
Health Psychologists
Stress
1900:... ● Major causes of death were influenza, pneumonia, and…
● Subfield of psychology concerned with how psychological and…
● Develop programs to reduce levels of risk factors related t…
● Nonspecific response of body to demands to adjust to wide r…
History of Major Causes of Death
1900:... ● Major causes of death were influenza, pneumonia, and…
Health Psychology
● Subfield of psychology concerned with how psychological and…
23 terms
Health Chapter 14
Drug
Prescription Medicines
Over-the-Counter Medicines
Drug Misuse
A substance other than food that changes the structure or fun…
Medicines that can be sold only with a written order from a p…
Medicines that are safe enough to be taken without a written…
Taking or using medicine in a way that is not intended
Drug
A substance other than food that changes the structure or fun…
Prescription Medicines
Medicines that can be sold only with a written order from a p…
24 terms
Chapter 14- Health
aging
gerontology
osteoporosis
urinary incontinence
the patterns of life changes that occur in members of all spe…
the study of individual and collective aging processes
a degenerative bone disorder characterized by increasingly po…
inability to control urination
aging
the patterns of life changes that occur in members of all spe…
gerontology
the study of individual and collective aging processes
26 terms
Health Chapter 14 Vocabulary
Cartilage
Tendonitis
Hernia
Cerebrum
a strong, flexible connective tissue that can act as a cushio…
the imflammation of a tendon
an injury that occurs when an organ or tissue protrudes throu…
the largest, most complex part of the brain
Cartilage
a strong, flexible connective tissue that can act as a cushio…
Tendonitis
the imflammation of a tendon
13 terms
Health Chapter 14 vocab
lifestyle diseases
cardiovascular disease
stroke
blood pressure
diseases that are caused partly by unhealthy behaviors and pa…
(CVD) a disease or disorder that results from progressive dam…
a sudden attack of weakness or paralysis that occurs when blo…
the force that blood exerts against the inside walls of a blo…
lifestyle diseases
diseases that are caused partly by unhealthy behaviors and pa…
cardiovascular disease
(CVD) a disease or disorder that results from progressive dam…
42 terms
Health Chapter 14
cartilage
ossification
long bones
short bones
strong connective tissue throughout the body... Major Functions:…
the process of minerals and depositing and hardening the bones
give body its height and length (humerus, femur)
in small places (wrist and ankle)
cartilage
strong connective tissue throughout the body... Major Functions:…
ossification
the process of minerals and depositing and hardening the bones
43 terms
Health Chapter 14
Lifestyle diseases
Examples of lifestyle diseases
Controllable risk factors for lifestyl…
Uncontrollable risk factors for lifest…
diseases caused partly by unhealthy behaviors and partly by o…
cardiovascular, many forms of cancer, two forms of diabetes
diet and body weight... amount of exercise... levels of sun exposur…
age ... race... gender... heredity
Lifestyle diseases
diseases caused partly by unhealthy behaviors and partly by o…
Examples of lifestyle diseases
cardiovascular, many forms of cancer, two forms of diabetes
11 terms
Health Chapter 14 Vocabulary
Cartilage
Ossification
Ligament
Tendon
A strong, flexible connective tissue that can act as a cushio…
The process where the bone is formed, renewed, and repaired.
a band of fibrous, slightly elastic tissue that connects one…
Fibrous cord that attaches muscle to the bone.
Cartilage
A strong, flexible connective tissue that can act as a cushio…
Ossification
The process where the bone is formed, renewed, and repaired.
19 terms
Health Chapter 14 Vocab
cartilage
ossification
ligament
tendon
a strong, flexible connective tissue
the process by which bone is formed, renewed, and repaired
a band of fibrous, slightly elastic connective tissue that at…
a fibrous cord that attaches muscle to the bone
cartilage
a strong, flexible connective tissue
ossification
the process by which bone is formed, renewed, and repaired
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