HLTH 4100 #3

  1. Health Education standard 5
    students will understand and summarize concepts related to health protion and the prevention of communicable and non-communicable dieseases
  2. Health Education standard 6
    students will demonstrate knowledge of human development, social kills, and strategies to encourage healthy relationships and healthy growth and development throughout life
  3. 2 objectives of standard 6 and examples
    • 1) describe physical, mental, social, and emotional changes that occur throughout the life cycle
    • -explain anatomy and physiology of male and female reproductive systems 
    • 2)describe the interrelationship of mental, emotional, social and physical health during adolescences
    • -identify ways to recognize, respect, and communicate personal boundaries for self and others 
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  4. 2 objectives of standard 5 and examples
    • 1) explain the transmission and prevention of communicable diseases 
    • -identify pathogens and how they are transmitted 
    • 2) identify the effects of non-communicable diseases
    • -recognize common non-communicable diseases
  5. 4 general topics of standard 5
    • -pathogens and transmission
    • -signs and symptoms of most common communicable disease, methods of prevention/ staying well
    • -non-communicable disease risk factors.sighs and symptoms, risk reduction
    • -STD's HIV/AIDS preventative measures
  6. 5 general topics of standard 6
    • -teen brain development and impact on behavior
    • -developing dating skills
    • -healthy relationships
    • -benefits of sexual abstinence
    • -adoption as an option
  7. list 2 ways to stay well
    • get rest
    • wash hands
  8. describe chain of infection
    • pathogen-microorganism causing disease
    • natural environment- where the pathogen lives
    • reservoir- where the germ waits
    • portal of exit- how it was transmitted (blood, saliva, feces, nose)
    • transmission- direct= person to person
    • insect-mosquitoes
    • portal of entry- injected, inhaled, ingested, absorbed (skin)
  9. how many surfaces does the average person touch in 30 minutes
  10. what is the most germ-contaminated surface in the average home
    phone receiver
  11. which of these classroom surfaces has the most bacteria
    water fountain handle
  12. how long con viruses survive on common surfaces like doorknobs and staplers
    3 days
  13. how many bacteria are on the average students desk
  14. what is the best way to prevent the spread of germs
    wash your hands often
  15. how long should you wash your hands
    20 seconds
  16. vacuum cleaner brush
    • -50% contained fecal bacteria, e-coli, mold
    • -will transfer from room to room
    • -spray disinfectant on brush after use
  17. weight lifting gloves
    70% of gloves contained MRSA
  18. Grocery cart handle
    2/3 tested were contaminated with fecal bacteria(more than average bathroom)
  19. gym equipment
    • -63% of equipment was covered with rhino viruses (common cold)
    • - avoid touching your face
    • -use alcohol sanitizers
    • -wash your hands before leaving the gym
  20. restaurant menu
    cold and flu viruses found to survive more than 18 hours on the menu surfaces
  21. airline bathrooms
    • (100 times more likely to catch a cold while flying than ground travel)
    • germs trapped inside plane surfaces
  22. you bed
    • 84% of beds in USA have elevated levels of dust mites. 
    • they feed on your dead skin
    • their fecal matter and corpses cause asthma and allergies
    • vacuum the floor and mattress
    • wash all sheets weekly
  23. the lemon wedge in your drink
    70% of wedges were covered with 25 different microorganisms on lemon rinds
  24. shower curtain
    • a cloth curtain is best
    • wash it in hot water weekly
  25. changeable risk factors of heart disease
    • smoking
    • decrease your blood pressure 
    • decrease your cholesterol 
    • control your body wieght
  26. four types of heart disease
    • 1)hypertension= high blood pressure
    • 2) atherosclerosis= a slow progressive hardening of the arteries 
    • 3) agina= arteries become narrowed causing chest pain 
    • 4) stroke= blood supply to brain is cut off
  27. 4 types of cancer
    • carcinomas= outside layers of cells (skin, breast)
    • sarcomas: muscle, bone, cartilage, membranes
    • lymmphomas= cancer cells found in lymph nodes
    • leukemia= cancer of blood forming cells
  28. what does CAUTION stand for
    • c= change in bowel and bladder habits
    • a= a sore that does not heal
    • u= unusaul bleeding or discharge
    • t= thickening or lump
    • i= indigestion or difficulty swallowing 
    • o= obvious change in wart or mole
    • n= nagging cough or hoarsness
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HLTH 4100 #3
HLTH 4100 #3