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The top of the range of health spectrum








Physical health

Resistance to disease, efficient bodily function

Mental health

Capacity to cope w/ life situations & grow emotionally through them

Emotional health

Ability to express emotions appropriately

Spiritual health

Ability to discover & express purpose in life

Infectious disease

Disease caused by infecting organisms, can be passed from person to person

Lifestyle disease

Diseases caused by neglect of body, cannot be passed from to person. Ie: cancer, diabetes


A force that causes people to change/act

Factors that affect health

Heredity, health care, environment, and choices


Rules for behaviors, learned from family 1st.

Ways to develop self-esteem

Positive self-talk, positive self image, self acceptance

The 3 ways people deal w/ anger

Passive - does not express feelings

Aggressive - inappropriately expresses feelings

Assertive - appropriately expresses feelings (states the facts)

Physiological age

Age estimated from body's health & probably life expectancy

Chronological age

Age measured in yrs from birth

5 Stages of grief

D - Denial - a state of disbelief

A - Anger - great fear masked by outrage

B - Bargaining - ask God to bring back person at any cost

D - Depression - long, lonely phase

A - Acceptance - accept the finality of the loss

Living will

legal document that a person uses to make known his or her wishes regarding life prolonging medical treatments

Last will

a legal document containing instructions as to what should be done with one's money and property after one's death.

What happens if you don't have a will

State may distribute your estate

How does society view death



Produces estrogen & eggs

Fallopian tubes

The location of contraception

Estrogen & Progesterone

Female hormones


Male hormone

Sex roles

Gender role


Who we are

Sexual Orientation

Belief in determining--hetero, homo, bisexual


Refraining from sexual intercourse


Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome

Social Death

The outcome of AIDS (think of "Philadelphia")

When does ovulation occur?

14 days prior to end of cycle

Where is estrogen produced?


Where is testosterone produced?


Ectopic Pregnancy

Occurs when is Fertilized egg caught in the Fallopian tube

The advantages to abstinence

No pregnancy, no STD's, no emotional risk


Best protection against STD's

Rhythm Method

Least effective method against pregnancy

STDs caused by bacteria include

Chlamydia, Syphisis, Gonorrhea

STDs caused by a virus include

HIV/AIDS, genital warts, herpes--know that contraceptives are not 100% accurate

The 3 methods of birth control

Barrier method, Hormonal method, and sterilization

Barrier method


Vaginal Sponge

Cervical cap


Hormonal method

Stops ovulation

Birth control pill


Hormone shot (Depoporvera)





Tubal Litigation

IUD (Intrauterine Device)

Inserted into uterus, T-shaped, form of contraception

6 Key Nutrients

Carbohydrates - provide energy

Fats - provide energy as well as heat & storage material

Proteins - build & repair body

Vitamins - assist in biochemical reactions

Minerals - sometimes chemical constituents of vitamins


Why is eating a variety of food good for your health?

Getting appropriate amount of the 6 nutrients, maintaining adequate energy level, maintaining healthy body weight...)


Human Immunodeficiency Virus

My Life

It seems that Bob Jones has everything a man could want, namely a fulfilling job and a beautiful, pregnant wife, Gail. But Bob's life is turned upside-down when he is diagnosed with cancer and given four months to live -- not even enough time to see his first child's birth. To cleanse himself of demons in his remaining days, Bob makes a video diary, hoping to pass along some wisdom to his future child. Along the way, he discovers a lot about himself.


Fearing it would compromise his career, lawyer Andrew Beckett hides his homosexuality and HIV status at a powerful Philadelphia law firm. But his secret is exposed when a colleague spots the illness's telltale lesions. Fired shortly afterwards, Beckett resolves to sue for discrimination, teaming up with Joe Miller, the only lawyer willing to help. In court, they face one of his ex-employer's top litigators, Belinda Conine.

When a Man Loves a Woman

A wife and mother of two daughters, Alice Green has developed a severe drinking problem. While her husband, Michael, has been patient in dealing with this issue, it soon becomes clear that he has been enabling her alcoholism. When her addiction threatens her children's safety, Alice decides to enter a rehab clinic. Upon returning home, she finds that her new lifestyle causes an unexpected rift with Michael, leading to some soul-searching for the couple.