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Department
Psychology
Course
PSY333H1
Professor
Nevena Simic
Semester
Summer

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PSY333 – Health Psychology Chapter 4 –  Unintentional injuries in the home, such as accidental poisonings and falls, are the most common causes of death and disability among children under the age of 5  Overall, deaths due to accidental injury in the home and workplace have declined, largely due to stricter health policies at work, increased safety in the home and innovations such as child proof caps  The single greatest cause of unintentional death is from automobile and motorcycle accidents  ¼ Canadians will die from cancer  Breast cancer in Canadian women has dropped 25% since a breast cancer program was initiated in the
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