Courses of Study: Health

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Number of Standards matching query: 27
Health (2009)
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1.) Identify community emergency services.

Examples: police and fire departments, emergency medical services (EMS)

Health (2009)
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2.) Explain the importance of warnings found on tobacco products and medical and chemical containers.

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3.) Identify effects of pollutants, household wastes, and chemical hazards on the environment.

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4.) Identify hereditary and environmental factors that influence family health.

Examples:

- hereditary—diabetes, hypertension

- environmental—exposure to second-hand smoke, mold, and air pollutants

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5.) Describe safety products, devices, warning signs, and symbols.

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6.) List rules for weapon safety.

Health (2009)
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7.) Describe personal behaviors that enhance safety at school, home, and within the community.

Examples:

- school—staying seated on the bus, observing playground rules

- home—using the Internet with parental supervision, establishing emergency escape routes

- community—staying close to parent in a mall, practicing water safety

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8.) Explain ways that bullying and excessive teasing can be hurtful.

•  Comparing positive and negative ways to respond to conflict
Examples: taking responsibility for personal behavior instead of blaming others, talking instead of hitting, waiting turn instead of interrupting

Health (2009)
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9.) Identify the six major nutrients.

Examples: carbohydrates, fats, proteins, water, vitamins, minerals

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10.) Recognize ways of responding to hunger and satiety cues.

Examples: eating when hungry, not eating when full

Health (2009)
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11.) Recognize causes of illness and disease.

Examples: germs, hereditary and environmental factors, personal health decisions

Health (2009)
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12.) Identify ways drugs enter the body, including injection, inhalation, absorption, and ingestion.

Health (2009)
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13.) Identify household substances that are often misused.

Examples: glue, markers, aerosol sprays, paint