Health high school final

Health high school final

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Cards (61)

Section 1

(50 cards)

healthy people

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good bmi, no substance or alcohol abuse healthy diet, physically fit

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5 effects that a female user of marijuana may experience

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1. more dizziness when using cannabis 2. memory impairment 3. weaker effects - have to take more 4. female hormones were depressed, and the testosterone level was raised 5. irregular menstrual cycles Also, he female hormones

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passive communication

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A communication style in which the goal is to avoid confrontation; the individual may allow his or her own rights to be violated by failing to express honest feelings, beliefs, or thoughts.

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Define empathy

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The ability to understand someone's feelings.

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personality

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A pattern of relatively permanent traits, dispositions, or characteristics that give some consistency to people's behavior.

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assertive communication

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Means of communication that is not pushy or bossy but is also not soft. Useful in dealing with upset customers as it both defuses their anger and gives them confidence that you know what you're doing.

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drug use

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The taking of drugs for its medically intended purpose, and in the appropriate amount, frequency, strength and manner.

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health disparities

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differences in health outcomes among groups

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Risk behaviors

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actions that can potentially threaten your health or the health of others

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character

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trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, citizenship

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refusal strategies

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State position, suggest alternatives, stand your ground - assertive communication, leave if necessary

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health literacy

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A person's capacity to learn about and understand basic health information and services and use these resources to promote his or her health and wellness.

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What is the colorless, odorless, and poisonous gas found in cigarette smoke?

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carbon monoxide

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5 short term effects of tobacco use

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1.increased blood pressure, 2. Increased heart rate, 3. Increased flow of blood. 4. Arteries narrow. 5. Carbon monoxide reduces the amount of oxygen the blood can carry. This, combined with the effects produced by nicotine, creates an imbalance in the demand for oxygen by the cells and the amount of oxygen the blood is able to supply.

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resilient

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(adj.) able to recover from misfortune; able to withstand adversity

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active communication

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A participatory form of communication that promotes change.

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drug misuse

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The taking of drugs for its medical purpose, but not in the appropriate amount, frequency, strength, or manner.

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List 5 risk behaviors

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tobacco use, unhealthy diet, lack of physical activity, alcohol use, reckless and dangerous behavior

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aggressive communication

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when you speak in a way that is forceful, pushy, hostile or otherwise attacking

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relaxation response

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a condition of reduced muscle tension, cortical activity, heart rate, breathing rate, and blood pressure

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statistics on teens who smoke marijuana

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1. Among persons aged 18 or older who reported lifetime marijuana use, almost 53% reported that they first used marijuana between ages 12 and 17 2. In 2010, 21% of high school seniors used marijuana in the past 30 days, while 19% of teen drivers reports they have driven under the influence of marijuana. 3. Marijuana accounts for 17% of admissions to treatment facilities in the United States, second only to opiates among illicit substances. 4. Marijuana is the illicit drug most likely to be used by teens in the U.S. According to the 2012 Monitoring the Future (MTF) Study, 45.3% of U.S. 12th graders reported having used marijuana once or more in their lifetime, with 22.9% reporting use in the previous 30 days.

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What STD can cause genital blisters?

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Herpes and HPV

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What is a Pap test?

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a medical procedure in which cells from a woman's cervix are removed and tested for cancer and STDs

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What are OTC medicines or drugs?

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Medicines that can be purchased without a prescription, like ibuprofen, benadryl, asprin, cold medicine

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drug abuse

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The deliberate taking of a drug for other than a medical purpose and in a manner that can result in damage to a person's health or ability to function.

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What is a platonic relationship?

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a friendship with a member of the opposite gender in which there is affection, but the 2 people are not considered a couple

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integrity

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(n.) honesty, high moral standards; an unimpaired condition, completeness, soundness

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Characteristics of healthy self-esteem

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• Likes oneself, makes positive comments about self • Feels valuable • Does not feel he/she has to be good at everything • Does not compare self to others • Gives genuine compliments easily • Accepting of others • Accepts challenges and takes calculated risks • Cares how others feel • Tolerates frustration well and is flexible • Listens well

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lifestyle factors

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The personal habits or behaviors related to the way a person lives

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What does the FDA regulate?

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food safety, tobacco products, dietary supplements, medication, vaccines

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personal identity

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your sense of yourself as a unique individual

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What is a cognitive stressor?

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Overwhelming demands on a person's thinking abilities.

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constructive criticism

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non-hostile comments that point out problems and encourage improvement

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Psychosomatic responses to stress

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headaches, weak immune system, high blood pressure, digestive disorders, teeth grinding

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How do you treat depression?

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medication and therapy

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5 consequences of teen parenthood

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lack of educational attainment, poor child and family well-being, poor financial resources, social stigma, mother and father not usually married

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What STD can cause genital warts?

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certain strains of the human papillomavirus (HPV)

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What is a clique?

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Small circle of friends, usually with similar backgrounds or tastes, who exclude people viewed as outsiders

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health education

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providing accurate health information and teaching health skills to help people make healthy decisions

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role model

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someone whose success or behavior serves as an example for others

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define anxiety

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the condition of feeling uneasy or worried about what may happen

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5 long term effects of tobacco use

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1. chronic lung disease 2. coronary heart disease 3. stroke 4. cancer 5. adverse birth outcomes if smoking while pregnant

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Define grief

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emotional response caused by a loss; includes pain, distress, physical & emotional suffering

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abstinence

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Act of refraining from

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Causes of depression

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Genetic characteristics, changes in hormone levels, certain medical illnesses, stress, grief, or substance abuse

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what are opportunistic infections?

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infections that occur more frequently and are more severe in individuals with weakened immune systems, including people with HIV

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drug addiction

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Loss of control over drug intake or compulsive seeking and taking of drugs, despite adverse consequences.

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characteristics of HIV infection

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Rapid weight loss Recurring fever or profuse night sweats Extreme and unexplained tiredness Prolonged swelling of the lymph glands Diarrhea that lasts for more than a week Sores of the mouth, anus, or genitals Pneumonia Red, brown, pink, or purplish blotches on or under the skin or inside the mouth, nose, or eyelids Memory loss, depression, and other neurologic disorders.

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cumulative risks

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related risks that increase in effect with each added risk

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chronic stress

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Stress associated with long-term problems that are beyond a person's control.

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Section 2

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cooperation

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Behavior by two or more individuals that leads to mutual benefit

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projection - defense mechanism

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mis-attribution of a person's undesired thoughts, feelings or impulses onto another person who does not have those thoughts, feelings or impulses. Used especially when the thoughts are considered unacceptable for the person to express, or they feel completely ill at ease with having them themselves.

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role

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a set of expectations (norms) about a social position, defining how those in the position ought to behave

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friendship

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A relationship with someone you know, trust, and regard with affection

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suppression - defense mechanism

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Voluntarily denying unpleasant thoughts and feelings

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relationship

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a bond or connection you have with other people

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compromise

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a settlement of differences in which each side gives up something

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addictive

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Capable of causing a user to develop intense cravings

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regression - defense mechanism

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The reversion to an earlier stage of development in the face of unacceptable thoughts or impulses.

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stress management

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ways to deal with or overcome the negative effects of stress

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compensation - defense mechanism

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people overachieve in one area to make up for failures in another

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