Health Science 1001 - Final Exam Lecture Statistics

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Department
Health Sciences
Course
Health Sciences 1001A/B
Professor
Shauna Burke
Semester
Fall

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Lecture Stats Breast milk can sustain human life for __ months after birth 6 % even partial daily breast milk feeding reduces risk of infection 50% preterm infants % risk reduction of SIDS from breastfeeding 36% Formula fed babies are often ______ Overfed Chance of SIDS increases when baby sleeps for _____ hours > 4 Breastfeeding ____ child’s risk of dying in infancy Decreases Developing countries: infants not breast fed higher rates of __&__ Diarrhea and respiratory diseases United states: formula red infants at higher risk of ______ Mortality Not breastfeeding increases child’s risk of being… Overweight/obese Childhood obesity Increased breastfeeding duration  lower rates of… Bottle feeding  _______ risk for physiological instability Increased ____ and ____ significantly lower in infants who were bottle fed Oxygen saturation and body temperature Not breastfeeding increases infants’ response to Pain Studies show breastfeeding and human milk are pain… Relieving Leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease Not breastfed  increased risk of ___, ___, and ___ in childhood Not breastfeeding increases risk of ______ in childhood Asthma % decrease risk asthma w/o fam. history: breastfeeding at least 3mo27% % decrease risk asthma w/fam. history: breastfeeding at least 3mo. 40% Not breastfeeding: _____ scores on developmental/cognitive tests Lower Human milk consumed as infant ____ correlated with IQ scores Positively (particularly strong for boys) Children fed with formula have ______ risk of diabetes Increased % decreased risk of type 1 diabetes from breastfeeding 39% Main cause of death among young women Cancer __/__ of young adult cancers occur in young women 2/3 ________ is the most common cancer among young women Breast cancer Cancer in young adults appears to be… Sporadic and random Delays in diagnosis in young adults are usually caused by… Patients or physicians inaction # adolescents/young adults diagnosed w/cancer in Canada each year 7000 # young women diagnosed with breast cancer in Canada each year 1000 # young women diagnosed with breast cancer in Ontario each year 400 Incidences of cancer in young adults has ____ over the past 25 yrs.Steadily increased Incidences of metastatic breast cancer in young women is _____ Increasing __/__ women in Canada will face breast cancer in her lifetime 1/9 Cancer is ____ aggressive in young adults than older adults More % of breast cancer diagnosed to males 1% % of people have a genetic predisposition to breast cancer 5-10% % of women with breast cancer that develop a breast lump 80% Milk-based powdered infant formula serves as a substrate for… Bacterial growth 7 factors increasing risk for trying illegal drugs 1) male 2) young 3) exposure to drugs 4) disinterested in school 5) risk taking personality 6) poverty 7) easy drug access 7 factors decreasing risk for trying illegal drugs 1)attend school 2)strong identity 3)religious 4) good relationship w/parents 5)good grades 6)independent thinker 7) family with clear drug policy Relapse rate is ____ for all types of treatment High % Canadians reported alcohol consumption in the past year 79.3% % Canadians reported drinking weekly 44% Males are ____ likely than females to report drinking in past yeaMore Highest drinking rates among ___-___ year olds 18-24 % of university students who consume alcoholic beverages ~95% Through accidents, alcohol is leading cause of death in ppl ages 15-24 years old More common psychoactive ingredient in alcoholic beverages Ethel alcohol Alcohol is absorbed into bloodstream from ___, ___, and ___ Small intestine, stomach, and colon Alcohol affects nearly every ______ Body system Main site of alcohol metabolism… Liver (alcohol  energy + other products) Body can metabolise __-__ of a drink in 1 hour ~ ½ - ¾ (though this varies widely) Blood alcohol concentration depends on… Sex, weight, body fat, water content in tissues, concentration, rate, and volume of alcohol consumed Average lifespan of alcohol abusers is __-__ years shorter 10-12 years Binge drinking = pattern of alcohol abuse where BAC rises above 0.08% % students reported binge drinking at least once in 2 weeks 44% % students reported binge drinking at least 3 times in 2 weeks 23% Male students were ____ likely to binge than women More White students had ____ binging rates compared to other ethnicitiHigher % stud
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