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Health. Health, Illness, and Disease Nutrition and Eating Behavior Exercise Substance Use. Health, Illness, and Disease. Children's Health. Prevention Immunizations Prevent health problems and accidents Children’s motor, cognitive, and socio-emotional

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health

Health

Health, Illness, and Disease

Nutrition and Eating Behavior

Exercise

Substance Use

children s health

Health, Illness, and Disease

Children's Health
  • Prevention
    • Immunizations
    • Prevent health problems and accidents
    • Children’s motor, cognitive, and socio-emotional

development makes health care needs unique

    • Caregivers play important role
  • Poverty is a special concern
    • 18% of U.S. children live in poverty
    • Approximately 11 million preschool children in

U.S. are malnourished

recommended immunization schedule of normal infants and children

Age

Immunization

2 months

Diphtheria, Polio, Influenza

4 months

Diphtheria, Polio, Influenza

6 months

Diphtheria, Influenza

1 year

TB test

15 months

Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Influenza

18 mos, 4-6 yrs

Diphtheria, Polio

11-12 years

Measles, Mumps, Rubella

14-16 years

Tetanus-diphtheria

Health, Illness, and Disease

Recommended Immunization Schedule of Normal Infants and Children
a healthy start

Health, Illness, and Disease

A Healthy Start
  • The Hawaii Family Support/Healthy Start Program:
    • Improve family functioning, reduce risk factors
    • Early identification
    • Reduce child abuse
    • Specialists give services
    • Family participation until child is 5 years old
adolescents health

Health, Illness, and Disease

Adolescents' Health
  • A Critical Juncture in Health:
    • Many factors and lifestyle linked to both poor health habits and early death in the adult years begin during adolescence.
    • Families, peers, schools influence health
  • Health Services:
    • Use private physician services at lower

rate than other age groups; lowest use by

older males.

young adults health

Health, Illness, and Disease

Young Adults' Health
  • Most have few chronic health problems.
  • Know how to stay healthy but adopt unhealthy lifestyles.
  • Many college students unrealistic, overly optimistic about future health risks.
  • Hidden dangers in peaks of

performance and health in early

adulthood.

health and aging

Health, Illness, and Disease

Health and Aging
  • Aging brings new health problems
    • 17% of 65 to 74 years old have disabilities
  • Chronic disorders
    • Alzheimer disease and dementia
    • Diabetes, arthritis, and asthma
    • Osteoporosis: extensive bone loss
chronic disorders

Health, Illness, and Disease

Chronic Disorders
  • Characterized by slow onset, long duration
  • Gender differences
    • Fatal chronic disorders affect men more
    • Nonfatal chronic disorders affect women more
  • Socioeconomic differences
    • Poor older adults 3 times more likely than

non-poor to be limited by chronic disorder

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Health, Illness, and Disease

Increasing Disabilities with Age

osteoporosis

Health, Illness, and Disease

Osteoporosis
  • Aging disorder involving extensive bone tissue loss
    • Related to calcium deficiencies
  • Gender differences — 80% of cases women
    • Affects 2/3 of women over age 60
    • Common in white, thin, small-framed women
  • Diet, exercise, weightlifting can help
alzheimer s disease

Health, Illness, and Disease

Alzheimer's Disease
  • Dementia: global term; Alzheimer is one form
  • Progressive, irreversible brain disorder with gradual deterioration of memory, reasoning, language, and, eventually, physical function
    • Rate increasing in U.S.; no cure
    • Causes not fully identified; early and late onset
    • Age and genes play a role
    • Healthy lifestyle, medication can slow progression
alzheimer s disease1

Health, Illness, and Disease

Alzheimer's Disease
    • Early detection: MCI and special brain scans
    • Drug treatment and combinations
    • Caring for patients is exhausting, some respite

care available

  • Parkinson disease
    • Another type of dementia, no cure
    • Chronic and progressive, triggered by

loss of dopamine production in brain

    • Drug treatment loses effect over time
health treatment for older adults

Health, Illness, and Disease

Health Treatment for Older Adults
  • Probability of living in nursing home increases with age
  • Quality varies enormously
    • Over 1/3 are seriously deficient
    • Many fail inspections, minimum standards
    • issues of patient rights and privacy
  • Home health care, elder-care centers, preventative medicine good alternatives
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Health, Illness, and Disease

Percentage of Older Adults of Different Ages In U.S. Nursing Homes

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Health, Illness, and Disease

Health Treatment for Older Adults
  • Important factors for residents
    • Feelings of control and self-determination
    • Alert, responsive, caring staff
    • Effective coping skills
    • Opportunities to make choices
    • Positive staff, absent of stereotyping beliefs
    • Active role in medical encounters
infancy

Nutrition and Eating Behavior

Infancy
  • Breastfeeding versus Bottle-Feeding
  • Benefits of breastfeeding:
  • Appropriate weight gain
  • Lowered risk of childhood obesity
  • Fewer allergies, lower risk of illnesses
  • Denser bones in childhood
  • Reduced risk of SIDS
  • Advanced neurological, cognitive development
  • Better vision acuity
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Nutrition and Eating Behavior

Infancy
  • When breastfeeding is avoided
    • Physical difficulties
    • Lifestyle conditions
    • HIV virus
  • Poor, developing countries
    • Few or no alternatives
    • Unsanitary health risks
    • Death rates linked to bottle-feeding
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Nutrition and Eating Behavior

U.S. Breastfeeding Trends

malnutrition in infancy

Nutrition and Eating Behavior

Malnutrition in Infancy
  • Marasmus:
    • Wasting away of body tissues in first year;

severe protein-calorie deficiency.

  • Kwashiorkor:
    • Deficiency in protein; child’s abdomen and feet swollen with water.
  • Nutritional supplements linked to long-term effects on cognitive development.
    • Lowest SES groups benefited most.
nutrition in childhood

Nutrition and Eating Behavior

Nutrition in Childhood
  • Poor nutrition is special concern for many low-income children in U.S.
    • Children showed more aggression, hyperactive

and excessive motor behaviors

  • Positive influences on nutrition and health
    • WIC program linked to reduced risk of obesity
healthy and unhealthy eating

Nutrition and Eating Behavior

Healthy and Unhealthy Eating
  • Most children’s diets need improvement
    • Eating away from home, high fat foods
    • Unhealthy eating and being overweight
    • energy needs based on age, sex, and size
    • American culture encourages overeating
    • Children’s BMI continues to increase
  • Good diet can have long-term effects
    • Include low fat foods, milk, vegetables,

eaten with family away from TV

childhood obesity

Nutrition and Eating Behavior

Childhood Obesity
  • Consequences of Obesity
    • Increases child’s risk of medical problems
    • Low self-esteem and depression common;

has links to bullying

  • Treatment of Obesity
    • Diet and exercise
    • Intervention and behavior

modification through numerous programs

  • Problem among adolescents
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Nutrition and Eating Behavior

Ethnicity and Overweight in U.S. Adolescents

eating disorders

Nutrition and Eating Behavior

Eating disorders
  • Anorexia Nervosa— relentless pursuit of thinness through starvation
    • Most are white females from well-educated,

middle- and upper-income families

    • Competitive families, high achievement goals
    • Media and American culture fashion image
  • Bulimia Nervosa— individual consistently follows a binge-purge eating pattern
    • 90% are women; 70% recovery rate
adult development and aging

Nutrition and Eating Behavior

Adult Development and Aging
  • Obesity
    • Heredity and environmental influences
    • Link to health problems; rates increasing
  • Dieting
    • Restrained eating — individuals chronically

restrict food intake to control their weight

    • Concern for fad diets and obsession with thinness
    • Most effective programs include exercise
  • Harms and benefits of dieting
questions about aging and nutrition

Nutrition and Eating Behavior

Questions About Aging and Nutrition
  • Calorie Restriction and Longevity
    • Animal studies: restriction increases life span
    • Restriction slows aging from oxidation stress
    • Very-low-calorie diets effects unknown
  • Vitamin-and-Aging Controversy
    • Antioxidant supplements may slow aging process
    • No evidence antioxidants increase life span
    • Vitamin supplements still controversial
childhood and adolescence

Exercise

Childhood and Adolescence
  • Concern: lack of exercise and obesity
    • Boys more physically active at all ages than girls
    • Effects of TV watching, computers, video games
    • Childhood habits continue in adolescence
    • Ethnic differences in exercise activity
  • Getting children and adolescents to exercise
    • More physical activity programs at school
    • Plan community and school exercise activities
    • Encourage families to focus on physical activity
exercise in adulthood

Exercise

Exercise in Adulthood
  • Moderate and intense exercise may produce important physical and psychological gains
    • Prevention of heart disease, live longer
    • Aerobic exercise: sustained activity that stimulates

heart and lung functioning (e.g. jogging, cycling)

    • Exercising enough to burn more than 2,000 calories

a week can cut risk of heart attack by two-thirds

    • Exercise aids mental and physical health
ways to get yourself to exercise more

Exercise

Ways to Get Yourself to Exercise More
  • Reduce TV time
  • Chart your progress
  • Get rid of excuses
    • Eliminate “I don’t have time” by making

exercise a priority

  • Imagine the alternative
  • Learn more about exercise
aging and longevity

Exercise

Aging and Longevity

Exercise benefits:

  • Minimize physiological changes in aging, health
  • Optimize body composition
  • Related to prevention of common chronic diseases
  • Associated with improved treatment of diseases
  • Related to preventing and treating disability
  • Counteract side effects of standard medical care, improve quality-of-life and outcomes
  • Linked to increased longevity
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Exercise

Physical Fitness and Mortality

adolescence and emerging adulthood

Substance Abuse

Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood
  • Trends in drug use
    • Cigarette smoking and alcohol; U of M’s Monitoring the Future Study
    • U.S. drug use is high and increasing
    • Alcohol
      • European youth drink more than U.S.
      • College student heavy drinking unchanged
      • Drinking decreases by mid-twenties
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Substance Abuse

Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood
  • Cigarette smoking
    • The most serious but preventable problem
    • Smoking begins in grades 7 through 9
  • Painkillers
    • 2004: 18% of U.S. adolescents report use
    • Main source: home or friends
    • Lower SES at higher risk
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Substance Use

Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood
  • Drinking has declined among U.S. adolescents, but rates still high
    • 19 percent of eighth graders, 48 percent of

high school seniors drank in past 30 days

    • Binge drinking, mostly males
  • Smoking has declined heavily
    • Prices, anti-tobacco ads, social disapproval
    • Can cause permanent genetic lung changes
  • Roles of parents and peers
substance abuse in older adults

Substance Use

Substance Abuse in Older Adults
  • Smoking and lung cancer risk decreasing; cigarette and cigar smoking still a concern
  • Alcohol use declines
    • Majority of 65 and over abstain

completely

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Substance Use

Substance Abuse in Older Adults
  • “Invisible Epidemic” of illicit and prescription drug abuse that goes undetected
    • Multiple medications
    • Mixing medicines with alcohol
    • Consequences may be attributed to other

medical or psychological conditions