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UTSCHLTC22H3Anna WalshFall

HLTC22H3 Chapter Notes -Urinary Incontinence, Antibody, Angina Pectoris

OC384960 Page
13 Dec 2010
53
The leading cause of death used to be infectious disease but has changed dramatically. Compression of morbidity people would remain healthy longer, unt
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UTSCHLTC22H3Anna WalshWinter

Chapter 11 notes

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15 Apr 2011
26
Thoits major function of socials upport is to provide info and advice in terms of stress.  cantor and little say that there are 3 levels of social sup
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UTSCHLTC22H3Anna WalshWinter

Chapter 3 notes

OC609011 Page
15 Apr 2011
25
Lack of integration of theories in gerontology: 3 diff.  rowe & kahn"s theory of developmental aging & ford and lerner"s developmental systems theory
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UTSCHLTC22H3Anna WalshWinter

Chapter 10 notes

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15 Apr 2011
22
 ppl start getting butterflies, blood pumping faster, hair stands up, etc. : once the threat is resolved, parasympathetic nervous system (pns) activat
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UTSCHLTC22H3Anna WalshSummer

Chapter 9 Textbook notes

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8 Feb 2011
26
Hippocrates developed a system of medicine based on the belief that substances called humors influenced both personality and health. This was extended
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UTSCHLTC22H3Anna WalshSummer

Chapter 10 Textbook notes

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8 Feb 2011
39
1) physiological state of the organism (sometimes referred to as a strain) 3) view stress as a transaction between the person and the environment. str
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UTSCHLTC22H3Anna WalshFall

HLTC22H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Mitochondrion, Camilo Pascual, Apoptosis

OC41299 Page
17 Dec 2010
34
Sometime in literature, theories and models are not distinguished among themselves very well, which makes it harder to understand. In a way, theories a
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UTSCHLTC22H3Anna WalshSummer

Health and Aging reading notes chapter 9

OC13872 Page
31 Oct 2010
24
Hippocrates developed a system of medicine based on the belief that substances called humours influenced personality and health; 4 humours- blood, mela
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UTSCHLTC22H3Anna WalshFall

Chap 1&12 Guide – Aging, defs, models of optimal aging

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12 Sep 2010
26
Chap 1&12 guide  aging, defs, models of optimal aging. Chapter 1  introduction and basic concepts in aging. N how we age and the rate at which we age
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UTSCHLTC22H3Anna WalshSummer

Health and Aging reading notes chapter 7

OC13875 Page
31 Oct 2010
37
Sensory organs allow the nervous system to gain information about the external environment. Age related changes in the touch receptors (meissner"s corp
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UTSCHLTC22H3Anna WalshWinter

Chapter 6 notes

OC60908 Page
15 Apr 2011
28
A&g: ch 6 - aging of the internal organ systems. This chapter discusses aging of the cardiovascular, respiratory, gastrointestinal, and renal/urinary s
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UTSCHLTC22H3Anna WalshWinter

Chapter 6

OC26979 Page
12 Jan 2012
15
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