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6.2.1) Examine how family and peers influence the health of adolescents.
Examples: inactivity, fast food consumption
a. List personal family guidelines and rules that enhance health.
b. List peer situations that enhance health.
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6.3.1) Analyze the validity of a variety of Internet sources for health information.
Examples: valid sites -.edu (education), .org (non-profit), or .gov (government);
unreliable health information sites - .com (commercial)
a. Identify local resources for reliable health information.
Examples: public health agencies, school nurse, health education teacher
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6.3.2) Determine the accessibility of reliable resources, personnel, and services that enhance health.
Examples: school counselor, school nurse, dentist, 911
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6.8.2) Identify ways by which health messages can be altered to appeal to different audiences.
Example: modifying a snack advertisement to target children, teenagers, or adults
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7.2.3) Describe how the media can send mixed messages about health.
Examples: advertisements concerning tobacco, alcohol, and nutrition
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7.2.4) Explain how school and public health policies can influence health promotion and disease prevention.
Examples: vending machine selections, vaccination requirements, wellness check-ups
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7.3.2) Demonstrate the ability to locate valid school and community health resources.
Examples: health clinic, school wellness committee, school nurse, local health department