Health High School
Meiosis 1 reduces the number of chromosomes
In somatic cells (the cells in our body that are not sex cells) there is only mitosis, which involves duplicating the genetic material and then dividing in two, to produce two identical, daughter cells.
In germ-line cells (the cells that become sex cells), there is both mitosis and meiosis. Mitosis occurs as normal to produce more germ-line cells, while meiosis forms gametes (with a haploid number of chromosomes).
Meiosis 1 is referred to as the reduction division because, in mitosis, the chromosomes are duplicated and then the cell divides, however, in meiosis 1 the cell simple splits itself without duplicating the chromosomes, so there is only one set of chromosomes instead of the normal two sets.
because it reduces the number of chromosomes from 46 chromosomes or 2n to 23 chromosomes or n (n describes a single chromosome set).
Describe what oxidative stress is. Provide three examples of how our bodies can be exposed to oxidative stress. Also, describe the role antioxidants play in regard to oxidative stress. Be sure to include in your answer a brief explanation of what free radicals are.
Oxidative stress is an imbalance between the production of free radicals (highly unstable molecules that are naturally formed when you exercise and when your body converts food into energy) and the ability of the body to counteract or detoxify their harmful effects through neutralization by antioxidants. Antioxidants such as thiols or ascorbic acid prevent free radicals forming due to oxidation. Some ways our bodies can be exposed to oxidative stress are by having an unbalanced diet, smoking, or sun exposure. Some ways to prevent oxidative stress are having a healthy diet, not smoking, exercising regularly and wearing sunscreen.
Describe the two classifications of vitamins and provide four examples of each. State which of the two classifications of vitamins contain a higher risk of toxicity, and explain why.
Classifications : water-soluble or fat-soluble
Thiamin (Vitamin B1)
Riboflavin (Vitamin B2)
Niacin (Vitamin B3)
High doses of vitamin D (fat soluble) can be really dangerous to your body because vitamin D posioning is excess calcium in the blood, slowed mental and physical growth, decreased appetite, nausea and vomiting.
When filling out a doctor's visit form.... What important information do you need?
Drivers license/Id, Insurance card, Social security number and sometimes other health records
Switching drugs to OTC status generally increases costs for insured patients. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F
OTC drugs can be defined as the over the counter medicines that are safe, effective and can be taken by the person without the prescription of the doctors.
They are safe and can be used without having any ill effects. There is no increase in the cost for the insured person where the medicine is OTC or not.
There no increase in the cost of the insurance policy until ad unless the cost of the medications is exceeding the cost of policy.
No matter the drug is OTC or something else there is no change in the cost of the insurance policy.
It’s false because it doesn’t have to switch
ASAP PLEASE!!! What kind of exceptional learner does the following describe:
- IQ between 70-85
- Short span of attention
- Lack of motivation
- Fear of Failure
- High level of anxiety
Question 3 options:
none of the above
High level of anxiety\
Megan is 16 years old and overweight. She loves junk food and chocalate. A 10 min walk to school is her only exercise every day.Which is the best method to help Megan lose weight?
Having a healthy diet and exercising an hour a day.
Having a healthy diet would be first and foremost. eliminating or reducing the junk food and choc is key.
Jack ,Steve,Daniel,and mark are friends. On the basis for their diets and physical activity levels,who is most likely to become a type-2 diabetic later in life
Well what are their diets?
The role models in our lives have an enormous effect on our personality. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F
The role models in our lives have an enormous effect on our personality is true statement.
Who is role model?
A role model is someone who serves as an inspiration to others. A role model is someone who is admirable, such as a polite celebrity or your favorite instructor.
A role model is someone who encourages others to emulate their exemplary behavior, just like a model is something that symbolizes an inspiring ideal. Parents make an effort to set an example for their kids by acting morally upright.
A role model is a well-known individual who donates to charities or cares for sick children. If someone behaves improperly, you might describe them as a bad or negative role model—someone who shouldn't be emulated.
Therefore, The role models in our lives have an enormous effect on our personality is true statement.
To learn more about role model, refer to the link:
True, especially when we are young.
HandbookReggie is 72 inches tall and weighs 130 pounds. Use the formula below to answer the question about his weight. BMI = Weight (in pounds) × 703 / [Height (in inches)]? Which BMI category does Reggie fall into?
Underweight is the answer.
Which type of health insurance provider generally does not allow patients to obtain services outside its perferred network of doctors and specialists A: traditional B: preferred provider organization C: point of service plan D: health maintenance organization
B: preferred provider organization
A preferred provider organization, or PPO, is a type of managed health care organization that is often offered as part of health insurance coverage in the United States. The basic concept of this approach is to offer members of the insurance plan access to highly qualified medical professionals who have also agreed to take care of all plan members at reduced prices. While the exact structure of the PPO will vary somewhat from one provider to another, most plans of this type provide greater benefits if the member uses the doctors and health centers that are part of the network. A reduced benefit is often available if the member uses a doctor or facility that is not considered part of the network.
A point in the service plan that is structured as a preferred provider organization is available in multiple configurations. Group insurance plans offered through employers and other types of organizations often use this model. People who wish to secure personal health insurance coverage also often offer this type of plan. Many people prefer this approach because it provides the ability to choose and choose their health care providers from the list of doctors provided by the insurance provider. This is in contrast to most HMO or health maintenance organizations, where plan administrators assign the member to a primary care physician.
A nurse has completed five cycles of compressions after beginning cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on a hospitalized adult client. At this time, the nurse should:
Five Cycles of Compression
For observed adult cardiac check when a defibrillator is now accessible, it is right that the defibrillator is adopted as soon as possible. The people who are unmonitored cardiac arrest it is fair that CPR is started while the defibrillator apparatus is being reclaimed, utilized and that defibrillation if registered, be ventured as soon as the machine is able for control.
After completing 5 cycles of compressions and purifying, the nurse should reassess the patient by monitoring the heartbeat rate. Defibrillation may be licensed depending on the assessed beat. Epinephrine can be made which relies on the beat so this would be guided by a health care provider (HCP). Chest concentrations should not be obstructed for higher than 10 seconds.
Alice Jameson is a 69-year-old who has been suffering from flu-like symptoms for several days. She calls her primary care provider to make an appointment. The conversation went as follows: "Mid-Town Medical Clinic, this is Marianne; please hold." After a 2- to 3-minute wait, the receptionist comes back on the line. "Thank you for holding. Can I help you?" "This is Alice Jameson. I am feeling terrible. I think I have the flu. But I shouldn't have the flu; I got the flu shot last fall. Can I see my doctor?" "Alice, we are so busy with flu patients, I don't have an opening until day after tomorrow. Can you come at 3:30 p.M.?" After a brief pause, Alice responds, hesitantly. "No, I don't think so. If I don't get better, I guess I'll go to my neighborhood emergency care clinic." "Okay. Bye."
What is your question exactly?
Mark's friend says that sleep is important, but Mark disagrees. There are so many things he wants to do at night! On average, mark gets about 3 hours of sleep each day, and he likes to sleep with the lights on. What is Mark risking with his behavior?
Either learning problems/short term memory loss, heart disease risk, slowed reactions, or vision problems.
While attending an addiction treatment center,a person can abstain from harmful substances.Which term best describes this activity?
Abstinence is the appropriate term that is used when a person abstains from harmful substances while attending an addiction treatment center. It basically means the person should be keeping away from, or not engaging in addictive substances or even behaviors. If a person either permanently or only for a short period of time does not become involved in the addictive behavior at all, that person is known to be abstaining or abstinent, for instance, "She has been abstinent from heroin for 1 year."
Preventing illness if always cheaper than treating illness" Can you give an example of this statement in action? Do you think insurance companies do a good job of funding preventative health care?
Washing your hands is always good
At what age can most children begin to cooperate during a visual acuity and stereopsis screening? A. One year B. Six months C. As soon as they can sit up D. Three years
The correct option is
D) Three years
Visual acuity (VA) commonly refers to the clarity of vision. Stereoscopic vision and depth perception testing is important in identifying diseases such as Amblyopia, Strabismus, Suppression and Stereopsis Amblyopia is a condition that emerges when a child’s visual system does not develop properly, resulting in abnormal vision in 1 or both eyes. These conditions occur in children aging from 3 to 6 years of age and older.
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends screening for distance visual acuity, ocular alignment, and ocular media clarity for children 3 to 6 years of age and older.
In the United States, most lead poisoning is caused by paint in homes built before A. 2010. B. 1978. C. 1986. D. 2002.
Your answer should be B 1978.
What is a main reason for staff turnover? A. Professional disagreements and fluctuating hours
B. Not enough breaks and an inadequate child-to-staff ratio
C. Too many children in one room
D. Inadequate compensation and lack of benefits for workers
The correct options are
A. Professional disagreements and fluctuating hours
D. Inadequate compensation and lack of benefits for workers
Employee turnover refers to the number or percentage of workers who leave an organization and are replaced by new employees. Keeping employee turnover low helps a company maintain productivity. If the staff is unprofessional and the managers are unable to cooperate with them in terms of working hours, it is obvious that disagreements will occur. In the same way if the managers do not provide sufficient incentives and benefits to good employees, the workers will likely leave the organization in search of a good opportunity somewhere else.
Employee turnover is expensive. While some turnover can be expected, poor management can cause the normal turnover to climb to an excessive level. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, turnover can cost an organization 33 percent of an employee's total compensation, including wages and benefits.
I would say D
Why do we need to eat proteins, fats, carbs, and vitamins and minerals to stay healthy?
I know we need vitamins because our body can't produce them by itself.Only plants are able to produce them.
To stay healthy To stay healthy To stay To stay healthy To stay healthy To stay healthy To stay healthy
HELPPP ! Explain 3 or more differences between an individual sport and a team sport
Well an individual sport is one you can do on your own while a team sport you have to work together to to win, a couple examples of a team sport are volleyball,softball,basketball, and many others now a couple individual sports are swimming,gymnastics,skiing, and many many others
Answer:Well an individual sport is one you can do on your own while a team sport you have to work together to to win, a couple examples of a team sport are volleyball,softball,basketball, and many others now a couple individual sports are swimming,gymnastics,skiing, and many many others