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Kingsborough Community College/CUNY Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation HE 14: Critical Issues in Personal Health *Hybrid Course Syllabus INSTRUCTOR: Gina Kranwinkel OFFICE: G111 PHONE: 718-368-5696 OFFICE HOURS: Mondays 3:30-4:30pm EMAIL ADDRESS: gina.kranwinkel@kbcc.cuny.edu *This is a hybrid course, students are expected to know Blackboard, Word and email (including attachments); have access to the internet;...

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word apple in this quote signify healthy eating, so the author simply meant to say, eating healthy will reducing your risk of having certain health issues; therefore you will not be making countless trips to a hospital. For example, did you know that the number one cause of death in America is health related? And one of the reasons for most of these health related disease is a pore diet. Just think, a healthier diet could mean a longer life-span. Though many individuals do not see the value or benefits...

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lifestyle choices limit good health more than any other factor’ To live a healthy life people need a balanced diet and to take plenty of exercise but other habits, such as smoking and drinking in excess, can affect our lifestyles and have a negative impact on our health. Whilst some people believe that individuals themselves should know what is good and bad for them, others believe that some people have not been educated enough on the impacts of certain habits on their health and on others around them...

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able offer individualized education in health promotion.  The nurse has to understand that health means different things to different people and there are many factors that influence this thought process.  Some of the factors that have to be taken into consideration are culture, age, sex, and education level, social, economic situations and varied learning styles.  In addition to the variables that must be examined, there are also four different concepts of health and they ways they are viewed.  The...

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1st Quarter Hand-out HEALTH 4 HANDOUT Consumer Health – refers to the state of well-being of a person who uses information, products and services that directly effect on his or her health. (Wise selection of health products) Health Information – refers to the data and facts about health products and services that a consumer gets from media and people, including professionals and agencies. Health Products – refer to substances, materials, or equipment prepared or manufactured for you to buy and...

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My field of study is health services administration (HAS). I choose this career for various reasons. First, I can work in a healthcare setting without having direct hands on with patient care. Second, the potential for career advancement in many different sectors of the job looks promising. Third, there are many different types of agencies I can work for such as; city, state, county, federal, and governmental facilities. HSA’s can also work in healthcare settings or non-healthcare settings....

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services. Some specialize to children and cardiac hospitals. In this paper, there is a discussion of the significance of acute care hospitals and what changes derived from the creation of the hospitals. Acute care hospitals transmit to changes in health care because throughout ancient history civilizations care for ailing residents. Through these efforts at medication, contemporary sanatoriums and acute care centers were created. From doing what they could to reassuring a descending colleague on...

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wealth and health

Health is wealth!". This is an old saying which the majority applaud. As a rule, the wealthier you are, the weaker is your health, but this cannot be applied to all. To begin with, a person that has health can afford to challenge all hardships. For example, manual workers are usually stout and energetic. With their energy, they earn their living. Although such an occupation brings little reward as compared with the energy they have exerted, they enjoy life whatever things may be. Moreover, business...

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Health Promotion

Explain three different approaches to health education. (P1) In this assignment I am going to explain three different approaches to health education, whilst doing so I will explain which is most likely to be successful. Health education is an aspect of health promotion which relates to educating people about good health and how to develop and support it. The role of mass media The first approach I am going to explain is Mass media. Mass media is communication; it is the media that is intended for...

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Definition of Health

Definition of Health One can define health negatively, as the absence of illness, or positively, as fitness and well-being. Health also implies good prospects for continued survival. The World Health Organization defines health as "a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity"(Health, 2006). This writer defines health not only as the absence of illlness but also as being healthy as it relates to health promotion. Health promotion...

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