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Midterm Review

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Department
Health
Course
HLTH 102
Professor
Scott Leatherdale
Semester
Winter

Description
EXAM REVIEW 30 questions 40 minutes to write multiple choice for all 20% of final mark 2 different exams ending at social determinants topics 1-7 scan-tron exam need to know numbers for food guide and physical activity guide do not need to know specifics about aboriginal medicine wheel, need to know that it expresses spirituality as health physical activity trends - for adults women are doing worse in aerobic fitness. 1/2 are in needs improvement. - more women need improvement than men, even higher in older people - aerobic fitness, flexibility, and muscular strength - aerobic fitness- young adults are not doing well. as getting older still not doing well, but women are worse than men. - flexibility women are doing better than men. in general still not being done well, gets worse as you get older. women doing better because do more yoga flex training than strength training. - muscular strength - men doing better than women because they focus on strength - canadians are not physically active enough among all age groups. - kids - aerobic boys are doing better than girls. flex girls are better. muscular endurance better for boys. boys better with endurance but less with strength. - not enough kids are active. - cannot memorize numbers because they change every year tobacco - our age group is where everything peaks. - highest tobacco use. then things start to decline after 35 - large jump do
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