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42 Cards in this Set

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What are the 3 types of abuse?
1. Physical Abuse
2. Emotional Abuse
3. Sexual Abuse
What age group exhibits fear, anxiety, and sadness as a result of divorce?
Ages 3-5
What is Elizabeth Kubler Ross's suggestive death process?
1. Denial
2. Anger
3. Bargaining
4. Depression
5. Acceptance
What is a Tertiary Level?
recovery & rehabilitation to prevent the problem from becoming debilitating or causing death.
What are the 4 types of Neglect?
1. Physical Neglect
2. Medical Neglect
3. Neglectful Supervision
4. Abandonment
What are the Transitions of Youth?
1. Biological
2. Social
3. Emotional
3 Levels Of Prevention
1. Primary
2. Secondary
3. Tertiary
What goes with a Heathful and Safe Learning Enviornment?
1. Emergency Drills
2. Adequate facilities
3. Safe Transportation
4. Healthful Schedules
What goes with School Health Services?
1. Screenings
2. Immunizations
3. Food Services
4. Counseling
5. Observation
What is Adrenarche?
Mood, feelings, & emotions
Teacher's should provide what 3 things for all students?
1. Health Education
2. School Health Services
3. Healthful & Safe School Enviornment
What are the Emotional Transitions of Youth?
1. Common Stressors
2. Crises
The 5 Stages Everyone should go through?
1. Observation
2. Screening
3. Referral
4. Diagnosis
5. Treatment
What is somatic growth?
full body growth
What goes with Health Education?
1. Cirriculum Planning
2. Resource acquisition
3. Parental Inclusion
4. Creative teaching strategies & methods
Which sex seems to have serious problems with divorce in Short-Term?
What is a Secondary Level?
early detection to prevent the problem from becoming major.
List the causes of the difficulties confronting children of divorce?
1. Parental Loss
2. Economic Loss
3. Life Stress
4. Parental Adjustment
5. Parental Competence
6. Interparental Conflict
What is a Primary Level?
following lifestyle practices in order to avoid experiencing a health problem.
What are the Biological Transitions of Youth?
1. Adrenarche
2. Gonadarche
3. Somatic Growth
What is a thanatologist?
one who studies death
What is Gonadarche?
physical changes
What does PAS stand for?
Parental Alienation Syndrome
What are the Social Transitions of Youth?
1. Family
2. Peer Group
3. School
What is DRMMS?
punishing the ex-spouse by alienating the children from the father with lies and malicious lies.
How healthy you are is determined by your ________?
Which sex seems to have serious problems with divorce in Long-Term?
Health education is based on teaching __________________?
Decision Making Skills
What is PAS?
the syndrome is represented by hostility by one parent toward their ex-spouse.
The top 5 causes of death?
1. Heart Disease
2. Cancer
3. Stroke
4. Lung Disease
5. Accidents

What does DRMMS stand for?
Divorice Related Malicious Mother Syndrome
Health is a result of _______?
What is Health?
a complete state of mental, physical, & social well-being, not merely the absence of disease.
What is Diseases of Lifestyle?
morbiaity & morality caused by personal actions, choices, and behaviors.
Top four factors contributing to death?
1. Lifestyle
2. Human Biology
3. Enviornment
4. Health Care
What is Epidemiology?
the study of occurence, distribution, and causes of human disease.
An individual's health is within their control, therefore self-responsibility is _______________________?
a key to attaining a high level of well-being.
What is Health Education?
any combination of planned learning experiences designed to facilitate voluntary actions conducive togood health.
Always Discourage __________?
Making Excuses
What is Protective Factor?
any behavior or trait which decreases one's chances of death or disease.
What is Risk Factor?
any behavior or trait which increases one's chances of death & disease
Health is ____________ not _____________?
Health is dynamic not static.