Imagine you somehow developed a chronic disease. How would you gather information that would help you cure your illness? How could you tell if the information you had gathered was accurate and credible?
Then, I would check with the societies/organizations that were dedicated to this particular disease, but I would double check who started the organization, too. I know of one where the website support site for a disease was started by the pharmaceutical company that made drugs for it, so all the advice was to take their drugs.
Your friend wants your advice about his new transformation fitness plan. He has found a plan that sounds promising to him, but he wants to know what you think before he gets started. The plan is backed by several celebrities. It requires people to buy expensive, pre-packaged, microwavable food and supplements and some workout equipment. Their website promises people can lose up to 30 pounds with minimal exercise. What should you tell your friend? A.This is a good plan, but he should find a coupon online to reduce the cost. B. There is not enough information to determine whether this plan is good or not. C.This is not a good plan because the best bet is always healthy eating and regular exercise. D.This is not a good plan unless he is going to add a 100% fruit juice with his breakfast.
C.) This is not a good plan because the best bet is always healthy eating and regular exercise.
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The correct answer is D. heart disease.
Heat exhaustion is caused by overheating from being exposed to the heat from the sun. Elevation sickness is caused by thinning of the oxygen in the air at high altitudes. Skin cancer is caused by over exposure to UV rays from the sun. These are all clearly climate related whereas heart disease is either genetic or lifestyle related.
risk factor is something that can increase your chances of developing a disease.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10Lucas has a muscular disorder, making it difficult for him to play sports that require accurate muscle control. Which of the following does he have?A.impairmentB.activity limitationC.participation restrictionD.none of the above
Match each disease with the body system it affects. Tiles cardiovascular system digestive system endocrine system immune system match with these v Pairs cirrhosis Addison disease mononucleosis arteriosclerosis
Julianne does not smoke, but several of her friends do. They respect Julianne's choices and don't pressure her to smoke, but Julianne wants to ask them to stop smoking when they're with her. What should she let them know? Secondhand smoke has no negative effects. Secondhand smoke can cause liver damage. Secondhand smoke can cause lung disease. Secondhand smoke can cause birth defects
An outbreak of a disease occurs, and a scientist at the Center for Disease Control (CDC) is in charge of determining the cause. She is studying the microorganism that is believed to be responsible for the disease. Which of the following would be the most helpful to the scientist? A. Pasteur's germ theory of disease B. Koch's postulates C. Redi's experiment D. John Snow's map
Which of the following factors influence a person's social health? A.environmental conditions B.bodily illness C.chemical imbalances in the brain D.serious head injuries E.all of the above Chemical imbalances in the brain can influence a person's social health.
all of the above is the answer
Harry has always been a vital and active individual, but recently he has begun having difficulty remembering newly learned information after brief periods of time. what disorder are his symptoms indicative of?
Which one of the following choices is most accurate in terms of cross training? A. It tones fewer muscle groups than most other exercises. B. It decreases the likelihood that you'll stick with your exercise program. C. It completely eliminates the risk of overuse injury. D. It better prepare muscles for new exercises
With that being said, the best answer choice is D. It better prepare muscles for new exercises
What does a job candidate’s reference do? (Health Science) A-Writes a formal letter about how he or she knows the candidate so the candidate will be able to take the letter to a job interview B-Responds to a call or an email from an employer seeking information about a possible job candidate C-Investigates a company for a job applicant D-Identifies job applicants for an employer and collects their résumés
Jana completed an informational interview with a preschool teacher in her area. She wants to write a thank-you letter. What should she remember to include in the letter? a plea for a job with the company a list of questions to discuss an inquiry about the best way to stay in contact a cover letter and résumé
Please help. Thank you so much. The Cindy Scenario: Cindy had sex with her partner. She thought that she was safe if she did not have intercourse. But, here she was wrong. Now she has discharge and pain when she pees. When she went to the doctor, they were glad to hear that she was not bleeding between periods. They tested her urine and found the infection. Fortunately, they gave her medication. They told her that she needed to take all of it and return in three months to make sure there is not a repeat infection. Unfortunately repeat infections are a common occurrence. She took the treatment seriously because she knew that an untreated infection could lead to abdominal pain, PID, inability to get pregnant or an ectopic pregnancy. The doctor diagnosed her with ___________ The Sandra Scenario: Sandra didn’t think anything of it. She didn’t have any symptoms. Then, her husband got a blemish on his face. He thought it was just an in-grown hair after shaving until he started to get a rash. The rash didn’t itch, but, strangely, it was on the palms of his hands. When he got tested, his doctor indicated that he must take antibiotics, even if it does not rid him of damage that was already done to his body by the STD. Furthermore, the doctor insisted in that Sandra get tested, since she could have it without even knowing it and that would put their unborn baby at risk of being low birth weight, early or stillborn. Sandra was at risk of having _________________ Henry Scenario: Henry was monogamous but his partner was not. He did not know he was sick for a long time. Then, he got sick. He thought it was the flu but it kept coming and going. He started catching every “bug” around him. He didn’t think to get tested until he went to a doctor to treat his swollen glands. When he saw the test results, he was met with a rude awakening. He had an incurable disease. He had ________________
What is phishing? unauthorized email featuring anonymous threats seemingly authorized email asking for sensitive information unauthorized email advertising services and events authorized email accidentally sent to the wrong address
Can someone please help? Match each type of insurance with a situation in which the insurance would be useful. 1 : When you need to visit a doctor about an illness 2 : When your house and possessions are destroyed by a fire 3 : When your car is damaged by someone who has no auto insurance 4 : When you have to take a month off from work because of an injury or illness ___: Uninsured motorists coverage ___: Homeowner's insurance ___: Disability insurance ___: Managed-care coverage
2 : When your house and possessions are destroyed by a fire: homeowner's insurance (it is about your home and other possessions in it)
3 : When your car is damaged by someone who has no auto insurance: uninsured motorists coverage (it has to do with all kinds of vehicles)
4 : When you have to take a month off from work because of an injury or illness: disability insurance (an injury is considered to be a short-time disability)
You can still go to work, although you should not work with food or in food preparation areas, if you have which of the following illnesses? a. Hepatitis A b. Shigellosis c. Typhoid Fever d. The common cold
Another is to prevent them hurting themselves. If you know that they are drug addicts or depressing, you can be different around them and encourage them to do good and positive things and prevent things such as suicide or anything similar.
Which of the following is NOT a reason why communicable diseases, such as pneumonia, kill fewer people today than they did in the past? A. continuing medical advances B. slower population growth C. improved living conditions D. better preventive treatment
Population growth is completely irrelevant if the medical advances are high enough to stop the disease. The population is growing constantly and yet you don't see the plague or leprosy almost anywhere because the living conditions and medical advances have been developed to a really high level
the answer if false. While medical advances have been made, hereditary factors and lifestyle choices still contribute to the number of deaths