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DefinitionTerm
What are the top three causes of death in the US?
BAC associated with virtual loss of consciousness; blackout
BAC associated with coma; minimum lethal level
This STD is caused by a virus and affects about 81,000 people
a stimulant that causes the body to release adrenaline
True or False? The US has the lowest rate of STDs among industrialized countries
stage of adherence that lasts 6 months
100 - 199 mg/dl of cholesterol is considered _______
List the contributory risk factors that can be controlled.
Less than 100 mg/dl of ___ is considered normal.
When exercise becomes excessive, it results in this syndrome
Greater than or equal to 240 mg/dl of cholesterol is considered ____ risk.
__% of Americans meet the Healthy People 2010 exercise guidelines
This syndrome can be caused by high triglycerides, low HDL, obesity
organ that manufactures cholesterol
This ratio of total cholesterol to HDL represents a standard level of risk
Cigarette smoke also contains numerous ______-causing substances
BAC associated with loss of coordination: staggering, slurring, clumsiness, and impaired vision
List the stages of adherence.
This ratio of total cholesterol to HDL means twice the risk
List the four contributory risk factors that cannot be altered.
True or False? Long term effects of smoking includes shorter life expectancy and reduced quality of life
True or False? The effects of alcohol on health depends on the individual, the circumstances, and the amount consumed and time over which amount is consumed
This disease is a 'silent killer' and is also a risk factor fo other cardiorespiratory diseases
This ratio of total cholesterol to HDL is good
stage of adherence where there is no plan to exercise, change diet or deal appropriately with stress
stage of adherence from beginning date through more than 30 days
stage of adherence where you set specific goals, determine how to evaluate progress & determine reward system
DefinitionTerm
stage of adherence that consists of choosing exercises, healthy food choices, and methods of stress management
This is the most addicting of all drugs
This STD is caused by a bacterium and affects about 718,000
the 'good' cholesterol
This ratio of total cholesterol to HDL represents substantial risk
What percentage of those who suffer from cardiovascular disease don't know they have it?
Overall annual cost of STIs is __ billion dollars
_______ can speed the delivery of 'free' or unbound nicotine to smokers by raising the pH of tobacco smoke using additives
five or more drinks in a row for men OR four or more drinks in a row for women
Triglyceride levels above 500 is considered ____ ____ for risk of hyperlipidemia.
This STD is caused by a bacterium and affects about 2.8 million people
This STD is caused by a virus and affects about 1.6 million people
BAC associated with release of inhibition and self-restraint; poor judgment
40 - 59 mg/dl of ___ is considered normal.
This seeks out and affects organs that contain the most water
stage of adherence that consists of assessing and evaluating, planning, doing homework
Name the five big risk factors for CHD.
Saturated fat intake should not exceed __ grams
Binge drinking affects __% of college students; __% are frequent binge drinkers
fatty waxy substance found in the bloodstream
estimated number of new HIV infections annually
Name the four steps of informal testing for a stroke.
Cholesterol is responsible for plaque deposits in this disease
The tax on alcohol is the ___ highest source of federal income in the US
Smoking has decreased __% in the US since the year 2000
stage of adherence that consists of starting reasonably, initial monitoring, consistency, and reframing
There are approximately __ million new cases of STDs annually
__% fo people who start exercising will 'drop out' and stop exercising within three to six months of starting
DefinitionTerm
Triglyceride levels above 150 is considered __________ ____ for risk of hyperlipidemia
200 - 239 mg/dl of cholesterol is considered ________ risk
number unaware of their HIV infection
Approximate annual cost of common STDs is __ billion dollars.
Approximate annual cost of HIV/AIDS is __ billion dollars.
The interactive effects of tobacco and asbestos may cause _____________.
Triglyceride levels above 200 is considered _____ for risk of hyperlipidemia.
__% of Americans are sedentary: they do not exercise at all
the leading and most costly cause of accidents on the road
The tax on cigarettes is the ___ highest source of federal income in the US
Approximately 51% of deaths in the USA are from this disease
This STD is caused by a virus and affects about 6.2 million
the 'bad' cholesterol
interferes with oxygen use by displacing oxygen from hemoglobin
stage of adherence that consists of constant monitoring, periodic rewards, activity variation
This increases bp and clotting, damages artery linings, and decreases oxygen to the heart
About __% of American adults are not regularly physicially active
This is a depressant of certain areas of the brain.
stage of adherence that consists of considering alternatives, initial goal setting, considering barriers to success
STDs account for __% of reported infections
Cholesterol levels of 200 - 239 are borderline for which disease?
BAC associated with dulled sensory perception and loss of emotional control
This STD is caused by protozoan and affects about 7.4 million
What is the borderline blood pressure for hypertension?
all the solid particles in cigarette smoke including carcinogens and co-carcinogens
stage of adherence that lasts about 30 days
stage of adherence that lasts longer than 6 months

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