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Health Exam

9th grade health review

Risk possibilty that something positive or negative will happen as a result of an acton
value a belief in something that we consider very important in our lives
want something that you have been influenced to believe that you need
need a physical, mental, or emotional requirement for survival and well being
goal something you want to achieve that requires effort and planning
most important level on the insulin control food pyramid vegetables and fruits
glucagon released from pancreas into blood stream in great amounts; help mobilize stored fat for energy
whole grains used sparingly or often? sparingly
second most important part of the insulin control food pyramid low fat protein
order of the right recipe ingredients right foods, right amounts, right combos, right times
3 examples of the right foods protein, carbohydrates, essential fats
example of the right amount portions
what is meant by the right times? 6 meals a day every 2-3 hours
healthiest complex carbohydrate sweet potato
nutrients substances within foods that the body needs to work properly
protein builds and repairs all body tissues
D.D.W. stands for diets do not work
amount of water you should intake daily 64 oz.
turkey, salmon, chicken are examples of what nutrient? protein
saturated fats, sweets and dairy included in the insulin control pyramid? not included in the insulin control pyramid
std has 3 stages syphillis
no cure for this sti, will eventually die hiv
an example of a minor sti pediculosis
HIV stands for: human immunodeficiency virus
AIDS stands for: acquire immune deficiency syndrom
2 ways to test for hiv blood and saliva test
100% prevention against HIV abstinence
HIV cannot be transmitted through: casual contact
2 sti's which their treatment is antibiotics gonorrhea and chlamydia
virus that lies dominant in people herpes
fertilization joining of an egg and sperm cell
placenta layer of cells that develop into this organ where the fetus is located
fetus embryo after first 3 months
identical twins come from same egg
breech birth baby is born with feet first
tobacco smoke contains how many chemicals 4,000 chemicals
alcohol abuse can lead to what physical effects on the body liver, brain, and stomach damage
cure for a hangover time
marijuana classifaction hallucinogen
COCAINE AND CRACK classification stimulants
how alcohol effect people depends on what factors how quick it is drunk, bodyweight, food in stimach, physical tolerance
main reason young people begin to drnk peer pressure
BAC stands for bloood alcohol content
2 ways to test BAC blood, urine, breathalizer
alcohol classifaction depressant
withdraw uncomfortable reactions that occur when a person stops using an addictive drug
tolerance reduced sensitivity to a drug from the result of regular use or abuse
most widely used and abused illegal drug marijuana
detoxification withdrawal from the the physical dependence of alcohol under medical supervion
oxidation when the liver changes 90% of alcohol into oxygen or water
Created by: c.montgomery