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Lecture 33

PUBHLTH 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 33: Jet Lag, Artificial Insemination, Htc


Department
Public Health
Course Code
PUBHLTH 2
Professor
Zuzana Bic
Lecture
33

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Austin Maldanado
Professor Bic
Public Health 2
Lecture
People first got infected with HIV through chimpanzee-human contact.
False - virus entered humans via hunters exposed to infected blood
Vioxx was recalled by the FDA because of its risky, potential health effects on the
heart.
True
When SARS cases decreased, the Toronto community forgot about SARS and
SARS prevention and treatment.
True
HIV testing and counselling (HTC) is a critical and essential gateway to HIV
prevention, treatment, care, and support services
True
AIDS hit hardest in southern and eastern Africa and has affected a total of 34
million people.
True
Close communication with public health provides a broader perspective and
information as to what is happening in the community.
True
HIV/AIDS are one of the leadings causes of death in the world.
False - HIV/AIDS is no longer among the world’s top 10 causes of death,
having killed 1.1 million people in 2015 compared with 1.5 million in
2000
SARS stands for Severe Active Respiratory Syndrome.
False - it stands for Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome
Biological hacking was a technique used by Dr. Zeitzer that allows cells in the
back of the eye to detect sound messages to the stomach that sets the body clock
False - detect light and sends to brain
Melatonin works as a hormone imitation process to help with jet lag activity
True
According to the Public Health news article form Week 5, Flashes of light may
increase jet lag.
False
Quarantine and isolation were not used during the SARS outbreak.
False
Complete the following:
HIV Epidemic grew; therefore, the WHO documents recommending___________
programs in various countries of need.
Male circumcision
The only mandatory testing that WHO and UNAIDS support are:
Screening for HIV and other blood-borne infections of all blood destined for
transfusion or for manufacture of blood products
Screening of donors prior to all procedures involving transfer of bodily fluids or
body parts, such as artificial insemination, corneal grafts, and organ transplants
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