Lessons for Diseases and Disorders

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  • I Will Survive! - … accounts written by survivors of various traumatic experiences, including war, disease and abuse. Be sure to carefully review all accounts that you … /survivors/) - Multiple Personality Disorder/child abuse survivors (http://www.multiple-personality.com/) Each group should read aloud and discuss the assigned "survivor … accounts written by survivors of various traumatic experiences, including war, disease and abuse. Be sure to carefully review all accounts that you …
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  • Freak-Genomics - … also make it easier for scientists and doctors to share information and discoveries about particular genes and genetic disorders. 4. Tell students thatthe human … we can isolate specific genes and through them learn about human evolution and development, behavior patterns, and response to diseases and environmental stimuli. 2. Review … , and write a one-to-two page essay: Consider the Human Genome Project and its efforts to understand genetic disorders, diseases, and other intricacies and peculiarities …
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  • Freak-Genomics - … also make it easier for scientists and doctors to share information and discoveries about particular genes and genetic disorders. 4. Tell students thatthe human … we can isolate specific genes and through them learn about human evolution and development, behavior patterns, and response to diseases and environmental stimuli. 2. Review … , and write a one-to-two page essay: Consider the Human Genome Project and its efforts to understand genetic disorders, diseases, and other intricacies and peculiarities …
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  • Introduce the Health Risks and Benefits of Pet Ownership to People - … understanding about pet-related diseases and will be able to confidently provide recommendations about pet ownership to your patients and clients who are … autoimmune disorder patients Liver cirrhosis patients Diabetic patients Organ and bone marrow transplant patients Pregnant women (with risk to the fetus) Infants and … , we reviewed the terms zoonoses, immunocompromised, and opportunistic infection. Additionally, you learned a list of diseases and conditions that may put a person …
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  • Genetics - Genetic Disease Pamphlet - … inform and educate people about an inherited disease or disorder. Student Objective(s): To inform others of facts about human disease, to explain social and ethical implications, and to create, display and … of disease, genetic cause of disease, genetic testing, population/risk, possible treatment, genetic screening techniques, social and ethical implications, cost and % disease in ethnic groups and
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  • Pandemic - Infectious diseases - … lump infectious diseases with all types of human disorders. It is important that students understand the concept of an infectious disease so that … .us/nysdoh/communicable diseases/en/index.htm This is the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC's) infectious disease and condition A-Z index. http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/diseases/index.htm …
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  • Popularity, Publicity, and Public Service - … Ford or Carrie Fisher (chemical dependency), Cameron Diaz (obsessive-compulsive disorder), Melissa Etheridge or Kylie Minogue (breast cancer), Ronald Reagan (Alzheimer … and control of disease. Benchmarks: Understands how lifestyle, pathogens, family history, and other risk factors are related to the cause or prevention of disease and other health problems; Knows communicable, chronic, and degenerative disease processes and the …
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  • How to Protect Your Heart - … thing for you and your family to understand are the risk factors associated with heart disease and how to reduce and if possible eliminate … a disease. For instance, high blood pressure is a risk factor for heart disease and stroke. There are other risk factors for heart disease and … blood pressure, high blood cholesterol or other lipid disorders, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, stroke, and certain cancers. Even a small weight loss …
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  • Act in Time to Heart Attack Signs - … . Review factors that increase a person's risk of heart disease and steps that will help reduce the risk. 2 Act in … inactivity Living a sedentary lifestyle can increase chances of heart disease and take away years from your life. ? ? ? Stop smoking now or … the prevention and treatment of high blood pressure, high cholesterol, obesity, and heart disease, as well as asthma and other lung diseases, sleep disorders, and blood diseases. NHLBI …
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  • Have a Heart! - … that describes at least four types of heart diseases and the effects of these diseases. Instruct students to include this in their heart … patient is 65 years old, doesn't have any other disease, and has a good chance of doing fine if transplanted in … congenital heart conditions) and their effects. (Scroll down to heart rhythm disorders ) The teacher may want the heart disease reports to be oral …
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