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WESTERNHealth Sciences 1001A/BShauna BurkeFall

Health Sciences 1001A/B Lecture Notes - Childrens Hospital, Microsoft Powerpoint, University Of Western Ontario

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WESTERNHealth Sciences 1001A/BShauna BurkeFall

Health Sciences 1001A/B Lecture Notes - Synovial Joint, Body Composition, Cardiovascular Disease

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Scientists have studied the effects of exercise on health and functioning for the past forty years. Found to be the most important action you can take
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WESTERNHealth Sciences 1001A/BShauna BurkeFall

Health Sciences 1001A/B Lecture Notes - Body Dysmorphic Disorder, Heredity

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Slow weight gain a major cause of overweight & obesity weight management important for everyone (slow weight gain over many years is what leads to over
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WESTERNHealth Sciences 1001A/BShauna BurkeFall

Health Sciences 1001A/B Lecture Notes - Human Resources Development Canada, Veterans Affairs Canada, Health Professional

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Proportion of canadian seniors (65+: 1/20 in 1921 1/8 in 2001 (life span is changing because of life style and health care) By 2026, 1/5 canadians will
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WESTERNHealth Sciences 1001A/BShauna BurkeFall

Health Sciences 1001A/B Lecture Notes - Trans Fat, Essential Amino Acid, Coconut Oil

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An area in which you have increased control: some things are out of our control like the cost of food, but most things we put in our mouth is under our
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WESTERNHealth Sciences 1001A/BShauna BurkeFall

Health Sciences 1001A/B Lecture Notes - Sidestream Smoke, Coronary Artery Disease, Canadian Cancer Society

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Smoking is the most preventable cause of disease and premature death in canada. Every cigarette a person smokes reduces life expectancy by approximatel
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WESTERNHealth Sciences 1001A/BShauna BurkeFall

Health Sciences 1001A/B Lecture Notes - Blood Alcohol Content, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Ethanol

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79. 3% of canadians reported alcohol consumption in past year. Males more likely than females to report drinking in past year. Highest drinking rates a
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WESTERNHealth Sciences 1001A/BShauna BurkeFall

Health Sciences 1001A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Autonomic Nervous System, Hans Selye, Walter Bradford Cannon

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WESTERNHealth Sciences 1001A/BShauna BurkeFall

Health Sciences 1001A/B Lecture Notes - American Psychiatric Association, Substance Abuse, Caffeine

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Chapter 9: the use and abuse of psychoactive drugs. Habits that have gotten out of control, with a resulting negative impact on a person"s health. All
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WESTERNHealth Sciences 1001A/BShauna BurkeFall

Health Sciences 1001A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Canadian Mental Health Association, Fad Diet, Mood Disorder

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Encompasses the mental, emotional, social, and spiritual dimensions of health. Defined as psychological normality: normal = close to average, psychosoc
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WESTERNHealth Sciences 1001A/BShauna BurkeFall

Health Sciences 1001A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Smoking Cessation, Anomie Belle, Penicillin

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Tuberculosis, diptheria, etc. (tb affects the lungs, diphtheria affects the nose and throat) Chronic: develop and become worse over a period of time, o
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WESTERNHealth Sciences 1001A/BShauna BurkeFall

Chapter 1 Part 1 This note includes the powerpoint information plus all the blanks and extra information on this lecture.

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Lecture one: intro and chapter 1 part 1. No responsible for the american stats, canadian stats will be given instead. Health is a state of complete phy
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