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Chapter 1 Chapter 6
1. 6 Dimensions of health 1. Birth Control
2. Models of behavior change a. Hormonal/Barrier methods
3. SMART system b. Conception- viable egg, viable sperm,
access to the egg by the sperm.
Chapter 2 c. Behavioral Methods
1. What is psychological health?
i. Withdrawal, abstinence
2. What are the 4 dimensions of psychological
health? Chapter 7
3. Self efficacy & self-esteem 1. Addiction
4. Mood disorders a. Signs of addiction
a. Major depression, Bipolar disorder, SAD b. Tolerance
5. Anxiety disorders 2. Addictive behaviors
a. Panic disorders, OCD, Post traumatic 3. Drugs
stress disorder, Phobic disorders a. Drug abuse/drug misuse
b. Types/Categories
Chapter 3 i. Prescription, OTC, Recreational,
1. What is stress?
Herbal preparations, Illicit,
a. Types of stress commercial.
i. Eustress, Distress, Acute stress, c. Routes of Administration
Episodic acute stress d. Common drugs of abuse
b. General Adaptation Syndrome (GAS) i. Stimulants, depressants,
i. Fight or flight response narcotics, hallucinogens
Chapter 4 Chapter 8
1. Intentional/Unintentional Injuries 1. Alcohol
a. Different types of each a. Binge drinking
2. Sexual Victimization b. Ethyl alcohol, ethanol alcohol, proof,
a. Sexual assault, aggravated rape, simple standard drink
rape, acquaintance rape, marital rape, c. Blood Alcohol Concentration
sexual harassment, stalking. i. What factors influence how
b. Intimate Partner Violence Cycle quickly your body absorbs
3. Distracted Driving alcohol
d. Immediate effects of alcohol on the
Chapter 5
1. Intimate relationships/Friendships/Romantic
2. Tobacco
a. Nicotine, tar, carbon monoxide
a. Intimacy, social integration, nurturance,
b. Tobacco products
assistance, affirmation.
c. Environmental tobacco smoke
2. Committed relationships
a. Marriage, cohabitation, common law
marriage, monogamy, serial
3. Non-Verbal Communication (types)
Chapter 9 Chapter 13
1. Hunger, nutrients, appetite, nutrition 1. The process of infection
a. Macro/micro nutrients a. Pathogens, epidemics, pandemic,
b. Calories autoinoculate
c. 6 essential nutrients 2. STIs
i. Carbs, proteins, fats, vitamins, a. Types
minerals, water b. Routes of transmission
d. What is a healthful diet?
i. Adequate, balanced, nutrient Chapter 14
1. Physical and mental changes of aging
dense, varied
a. Osteoporosis, dementias, Alzheimers
Chapter 10 2. Death
1. Obese, overweight, morbidly obese, super a. Grief, bereavement, mourning
obese, underweight
Chapter 15
2. Metabolic rates
a. RMR, BMR, EMR 1. Environmental health
3. Body Mass Index a. Air Pollution
i. Global warming
a. BMI= weight (kg)/height squared
b. Land Pollution
Chapter 11 i. Solid waste, hazardous waste
1. Physical activity, exercise c. Water Pollution
2. Physical fitness, components of physical fitness d. Radiation
a. Cardiorespiratory fitness, Muscular e. Noise pollution
strength, Muscular endurance,
Flexibility, Body composition Chapter 16
3. Fitness program components 1. Taking Responsibility for your health care
a. Warm-up, cardiorespiratory/resistance a. Self help or self care
training, cool down 2. Health care providers
4. Principles of Fitness training a. PCP, ophthalmologist, optometrist,
dentist, nurses, nurse practitioners,
b. Target heart rate (how to measure) physician assistance
c. RICE b. Assessing health professionals
3. Health insurance
Chapter 12 a. Premiums, HMOs, PPOs, POS, managed
1. Cardiovascular disease care
a. Atherosclerosis, PAD, Coronary Heart
Disease, Angina pectoris, Arrhythmias, Chapter 17
1. Complementary and Alternative medicine
Heart Failure, Hypertension, Stroke
2. Cancer a. Holistic approach
a. Tumors b. Types of complementary and
i. Benign, malignant alternative.
b. Types of Cancers c. Massage Therapy
i. Breast i. types
ii. Lung
iii. Skin- ABCD rule