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  1. 1) They are body, mind, environment, spirit, community, emotions, finances and work. Each can affect your quality of life.

    2)  acceptance... I think

    3) Genetics, Disease Prevention and Treatment FAQ

    Check regularly for the disease.

    Follow a healthy diet.

    Get regular exercise.

    Avoid smoking tobacco and too much alcohol.

    Get specific genetic testing that can help with diagnosis and treatment.

    4) The natural environment encompasses all living and non-living things occurring naturally, meaning in this case not artificial. The term is most often applied to the Earth or some parts of Earth.

    5) The factors in the physical environment that are important to health include harmful substances, such as air pollution or proximity to toxic sites (the focus of classic environmental epidemiology); access to various health-related resources (e.g., healthy or unhealthy foods, recreational resources, medical care)

    6) The environment can influence peoples' behavior and motivation to act. ... The environment can influence mood. For example, the results of several research studies reveal that rooms with bright light, both natural and artificial, can improve health outcomes such as depression, agitation, and sleep.


  2. B. Developed out of efforts of man trying to explain our physical environment.


    This is because physics, as we all know of, is considered to be crucial to understanding the world around us, making it the most basic and fundamental of science.

  3. just put in mind that others aren't perfect. we all have problems that we feel makes us low of the low. but know that you are special and unique, that is what makes you out of this world : ). you might think and feel that others judge you, but mostly other people are scared if people judge them. just be happy, spend time with family, smile because that is the greatest medicine. a happy life. hope this : ))

  4. 1- exercise, eating habits, ongoing heath conditions, medications

    2-ongoing health conditions

    3- heathy eating and vitamins

    4- the surrounding of a specific place or people  

    5- if you spend more time outdoors your less likely to have depression

    6- social

    7-they can add to stress or help relive it

    8- So you can focus on the future not the past  

    9- eating habits

    10- check the accuracy and reliability of that source

    11- easy access to important info, blue light messes with sleep

  5. Explanation:

    1)Education. Your education level can have an effect on how healthy you are. ...

    Income. The amount of money you make has an effect on your health. ...

    Housing. Where you live has a significant impact on your health. ...

    Access to health care.

    2) depends on u me income

    3) answer

    Check regularly for the disease. Follow a healthy diet. Get regular exercise. Avoid smoking tobacco and too much alcohol. Get specific genetic testing that can help with diagnosis and treatment.

    4)he surroundings or conditions in which a person, animal, or plant lives or operates.

    5)The environment can affect health through physical exposures, such as air pollution (OECD, 2012b). ... Increasing attention has focused on the implications for health behaviors and social interactions that are created by the built environment.

    6)the peers are more important in human growth and development but the parents have more responsibility them. Children should transform into adults through the careful hands of the parents and the reasonable influence from the peers

    7)here are two main features that seem to distinguish teenagers from adults in their decision making," says Laurence Steinberg, a researcher at Temple University in Philadelphia. "During early adolescence in particular, teenagers are drawn to the immediate rewards of a potential choice and are less attentive to the possible risks. Second, teenagers in general are still learning to control their impulses, to think ahead, and to resist pressure from others." These skills develop gradually, as a teen's ability to control his or her behavior gets better throughout adolescence.

    According to Dr. B. J. Casey from the Weill Medical College of Cornell University, teens are very quick and accurate in making judgments and decisions on their own and in situations where they have time to think. However, when they have to make decisions in the heat of the moment or in social situations, their decisions are often influenced by external factors like peers. In a study funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), teen volunteers played a video driving game, either alone or with friends watching. What the researchers discovered was that the number of risks teens took in the driving game more than doubled when their friends were watching as compared to when the teens played the game alone. This outcome indicates that teens may find it more difficult to control impulsive or risky behaviors when their friends are around, or in situations that are emotionally charged.


    The positive side

    While it can be hard for teens to resist peer influence sometimes, especially in the heat of the moment, it can also have a positive effect. Just as people can influence others to make negative choices, they can also influence them to make positive ones. A teen might join a volunteer project because all of his or her friends are doing it, or get good grades because the social group he or she belongs to thinks getting good grades is important. In fact, friends often encourage each other to study, try out for sports, or follow new artistic interests.

    In this way, peer influence can lead teens to engage in new activities that can help build strong pathways in the brain. As described in the article "Teens and Decision Making: What Brain Science Reveals," neural connections that are weak or seldom used are removed during adolescence through a process called synaptic pruning, allowing the brain to redirect precious resources toward more active connections. This means that teens have the potential, through their choices and the behaviors they engage in, to shape their own brain development. Therefore, skill-building activities—such as those physical, learning, and creative endeavors that teens are often encouraged to try through positive peer influence—not only provide stimulating challenges, but can simultaneously build strong pathways in the brain.

    8) because it can affect your decisions, habits, health and wellness

    9)also depends on u mine education

    10)There are six broad criteria for evaluation of health information you find on the web. They are: Credibility, Content, Disclosure, Links, Design and Interactivity. Each of the criteria is described in more depth in the boxes below.

    11)These are just a few of the ways in which technology may positively affect our physical and mental health: health apps to track chronic illnesses and communicate vital information to doctors. health apps that help you track diet, exercise, and mental health information.(positive)

    Being overly connected can cause psychological issues such as distraction, narcissism, expectation of instant gratification, and even depression. Beside affecting users' mental health, use of technology can also have negative repercussions on physical health causing vision problems, hearing loss, and neck strain.(negative)

    hope it helps

  6. 1.Ans:- The following factors influence how you live and the health decisions you make:






    2.ans:- Behavior is beyond my control.

    3.ans:- A genetic predisposition (sometimes also called genetic susceptibility) is an increased likelihood of developing a particular disease based on a person's genetic makeup. A genetic predisposition results from specific genetic variations that are often inherited from a parent.

    4.ans:- The surroundings or conditions in which a person, animal, or plant lives or operates is called environment.

    5.ans:-Your environment also includes the people in your life as well as your culture. Your physical environment can affect all areas of your health. ... Negative environmental influences include: pollutants such as smog and smoke, high crime, poor access to medical care, exposure to diseases.

    6.ans:-There are strong reasons to think that families, and their economic circumstances in particular, influence both parents’ and children’s emotions and behaviors, Rand D. Conger explained. He described some of the evidence for these effects, the specific processes involved, and some of the implications for intervention. Nancy A. Gonzales described the relationship between family influences and particular risk behaviors, as well as interventions that have been developed to alter these influences.

    7.ans:- The environment can facilitate or discourage interactions among people (and the subsequent benefits of social support). For example, an inviting space with comfortable chairs and privacy can encourage a family to stay and visit with a patient. The environment can influence peoples' behavior and motivation to act.

    8.ans:- Negative attitudes and feelings of helplessness and hopelessness can create chronic stress, which upsets the body's hormone balance, depletes the brain chemicals required for happiness, and damages the immune system. Chronic stress can actually decrease our lifespan.

    10.ans:-Carefully evaluate any email messages you receive that provide health-related information. Consider the message's origin and purpose. Some companies or organizations use email to advertise products or attract people to their websites.

    Hope I helped.

  7. C. It is the outcome of interactions between humans and their natural environment.


    Cultural landscape can be viewed as the interaction or interconnectivity of man and nature.

    That is, the way humans engage or interact with their natural environment.

    Culture in its basest form can be defined as the way of life of a particular group of people.

    So, this way of life of a group of people can be governed by the way they interact with their physical surroundings.

    Man depends on plant for air and food. It is this type of interaction between humans and their natural environment that brings about cultural landscape.

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