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A Wellness Way of Life with Exercise Band

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10/20/2006
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Summary

The purpose of "A Wellness Way of Life" is to help you pursue your wellness potential by providing you with a road map for this exciting journey. The road map includes two essential components: (1) knowledge, and (2) tools for action. The authors have sorted through the array of confusing and sometimes contradictory health information to provide information that is based on solid research. To make lifestyle changes, you need to take knowledge and move into action. "A Wellness Way of Life" sets the stage for this by providing many useful tools for action so you can apply the information to your everyday life.

Table of Contents

Preface xv
Understanding Wellness
1(30)
Healthy Life Expectancy and the Costs
3(4)
Determinants of Health and Longevity
4(1)
Heredity
4(1)
Social Circumstances
4(1)
Environmental Conditions
5(1)
Medical Care
5(1)
Lifestyle Behaviors
5(1)
The Power of Prevention
5(1)
Healthy People 2010
5(1)
Understanding Risks
6(1)
High-Level Wellness
7(7)
The Dimensions of Wellness
9(1)
Physical Dimension
9(1)
Intellectual Dimension
9(1)
Emotional Dimension
10(1)
Social Dimension
10(1)
Spiritual Dimension
10(1)
Environmental Dimension
11(1)
Occupational Dimension
11(1)
Growth in Wellness
11(1)
Awareness
12(1)
Assessment
12(1)
Knowledge
12(1)
Self-Management Skills
13(1)
Motivation
13(1)
Support and Opportunity
13(1)
Self-Responsibility
13(1)
Societal Norms
14(2)
Changing Times: Making Wellness the Norm
15(1)
Frequently Asked Questions
16(1)
Summary
17(1)
Internet Resources
17(4)
Lab Activity 1-1 Healthy Lifestyle: A Self-Assessment
21(4)
Lab Activity 1-2 Assessing Your Wellness
25(4)
Lab Activity 1-3 Societal Norms: The Unwritten Codes
29(2)
Changing Behavior
31(26)
More Than Willpower
32(1)
The Transtheoretical Model of Behavior Change
33(6)
The Processes of Change
35(4)
Making a Plan
39(3)
Identifying Your Goal
39(2)
Listing Pros and Cons
41(1)
Preventing Relapse
42(2)
Factors That Contribute to Relapses
43(1)
Frequently Asked Questions
44(1)
Summary
45(1)
Internet Resources
45(2)
Lab Activity 2-1 Identify Your Current Stage of Change
47(2)
Lab Activity 2-2 Identify Your S.M.A.R.T. Goal
49(2)
Lab Activity 2-3 Behavior-Change Contract (Using the Transtheoretical Model)
51(2)
Lab Activity 2-4 Behavior-Change Log/Journal
53(2)
Lab Activity 2-5 I've Had a Setback . . . Now What?
55(2)
Developing and Assessing Physical Fitness
57(50)
Importance of Exercise
58(1)
Physical Activity and Health: A Report of the Surgeon General
59(4)
Moderate Physical Activity for Health Promotion
61(1)
The Activity Pyramid
62(1)
What Is Physical Fitness?
63(1)
Health-Related Components of Fitness
64(1)
Cardiorespiratory Endurance
64(1)
Muscular Strength
64(1)
Muscular Endurance
64(1)
Flexibility
64(1)
Body Composition
64(1)
Physical Fitness and Wellness
64(1)
Three-Part Workout
65(1)
Warm-Up
65(1)
Conditioning Bout
66(1)
Cool-Down
66(1)
Principles of Fitness Development
66(1)
Progressive Overload
66(1)
Specificity
66(1)
Reversibility
66(1)
Individual Differences
67(1)
Cross Training
67(1)
Assessing Physical Fitness
67(1)
Guidelines for Medical Clearance
68(1)
Cardiorespiratory Endurance Tests
68(4)
Pretest Instructions
69(1)
1.5-Mile Run Test
69(1)
1-Mile Walk Test
70(1)
3-Mile Bicycling Test
70(1)
500-Yard Swim Test
70(1)
500-Yard Water Run Test
70(1)
3-Minute Step Test
71(1)
Muscular Strength and Endurance Tests
72(3)
Abdominal Curls
72(1)
Push-Ups
72(1)
Leg Press Strength Test
72(3)
Bench Press Strength Test
75(1)
Flexibility Tests
75(2)
Quick Checks for Flexibility
75(1)
Sit and Reach Test
75(2)
Sit and Reach Wall Test
77(1)
Body Composition Tests
77(5)
Body Composition Assessment Using Skinfold Calipers
78(1)
Body Girth Measures
79(1)
Body Girth Measures of Body Fat
79(2)
Waist-to-Hip Ratio and Waist Girth
81(1)
Frequently Asked Questions
82(1)
Summary
82(1)
Internet Resources
83(4)
Lab Activity 3-1 Student Precourse Health Assessment
87(1)
Lab Activity 3-2 Physician-Approved Exercise Clearance Form
88(1)
Lab Activity 3-3 Personal Fitness Profile
89(2)
Lab Activity 3-4 Evaluating Your Cardiorespiratory Fitness: 1.5-Mile Run Test and 1.0-Mile Walk Test
91(2)
Lab Activity 3-5 Evaluating Your Cardiorespiratory Fitness: 500-Yard Water Run Test and 500-Yard Swim Test
93(2)
Lab Activity 3-6 Evaluating Your Cardiorespiratory Fitness: 3-Minute Step Test
95(2)
Lab Activity 3-7 Evaluating Your Muscular Endurance: The Abdominal Curls Test and Push-Ups Test
97(2)
Lab Activity 3-8 Evaluating Your Muscular Strength: Leg Press Strength Test and Bench Press Strength Test
99(2)
Lab Activity 3-9 Evaluating Your Flexibility: Sit and Reach and Flexibility Quick Checks
101(2)
Lab Activity 3-10 Body Composition Assessment
103(2)
Lab Activity 3-11 Fitness Goals
105(2)
Maximizing Cardiorespiratory Fitness
107(52)
Cardiorespiratory Endurance and Maximal Oxygen Uptake
108(3)
Benefits of Aerobic Exercise
108(1)
Improved Mental Health
109(1)
Improved Cognitive Function
110(1)
Improved Sleep
110(1)
Immune System Function
110(1)
Improved Body Composition and Weight Management
110(1)
Reduced Risk of Chronic Diseases
110(1)
The FITT Prescription for Cardiorespiratory Fitness
111(4)
``F'' Equals Frequency
111(1)
``I'' Equals Intensity
111(1)
Target Heart Rate: Karvonen Equation
112(1)
Talk Test
112(1)
Rate of Perceived Exertion (RPE)
113(1)
Target Heart Rate: Percentage of Maximal Heart Rate
114(1)
``T'' Equals Time
114(1)
``T'' Equals Type
114(1)
How Long Before Results Become Apparent?
115(1)
Various Exercise Guidelines Lead to Confusion
115(1)
Lifetime Exercise Activities
115(1)
10,000 Steps: A Daily Lifestyle Goal
116(2)
Aerobic Dance
118(4)
Advantages/Disadvantages
118(1)
What to Wear
119(1)
Techniques and Safety Tips
120(1)
How to Begin and Progress
120(1)
Variety
121(1)
Step Aerobics
121(1)
Indoor Cycling Classes (Spinning or Fit Ride)
121(1)
Common Discomforts
122(1)
Bicycling
122(3)
Advantages/Disadvantages
122(1)
What to Wear
122(1)
Equipment
122(1)
Technique and Safety Tips
123(1)
How to Begin and Progress
124(1)
Variety
125(1)
Common Discomforts
125(1)
Fitness Swimming
125(2)
Advantages/Disadvantages
125(1)
What to Wear
126(1)
Technique and Safety Tips
126(1)
How to Begin and Progress
126(1)
Variety
126(1)
Discomforts
127(1)
Fitness Walking
127(6)
Advantages/Disadvantages
127(1)
What to Wear
128(1)
Technique and Safety Tips
128(1)
Tips for Increasing Walking Pace
129(1)
How to Begin and Progress
130(1)
Variety
131(1)
Common Discomforts
132(1)
Indoor Exercise Equipment
133(4)
Advantages/Disadvantages
133(1)
What to Wear
133(1)
Equipment
133(1)
Stationary Bikes
134(1)
Advantages/Disadvantages
134(1)
How to Select
134(1)
Technique and Safety Tips
134(1)
Steppers
134(1)
Advantages/Disadvantages
134(1)
How to Select
134(1)
Technique and Safety Tips
134(1)
Treadmills
134(1)
Advantages/Disadvantages
134(1)
How to Select
135(1)
Technique and Safety Tips
135(1)
Ski Machines
135(1)
Advantages/Disadvantages
135(1)
How to Select
135(1)
Technique and Safety Tips
135(1)
Rowing Machines
135(1)
Advantages/Disadvantages
135(1)
How to Select
135(1)
Technique and Safety Tips
135(1)
Elliptical Trainers
136(1)
Advantages/Disadvantages
136(1)
How to Select
136(1)
Technique and Safety Tips
136(1)
How to Begin and Progress
136(1)
In-Line Skating
137(3)
Advantages/Disadvantages
137(1)
What to Wear
138(1)
Necessary Gear
138(1)
Techniques and Safety Tips
138(1)
Skate Maintenance
139(1)
How to Begin and Progress
139(1)
Variety
139(1)
Common Discomforts
139(1)
Jogging
140(2)
Advantages/Disadvantages
140(1)
What to Wear
140(1)
Technique and Safety Tips
140(1)
How to Begin and Progress
141(1)
Variety
141(1)
Common Discomforts
142(1)
Water Exercise/Aqua Aerobics
142(3)
Advantages/Disadvantages
142(1)
What to Wear
142(1)
Technique and Safety Tips
142(1)
How to Begin and Progress
143(1)
Variety
143(1)
Common Discomforts
144(1)
Frequently Asked Questions
145(1)
Summary
146(1)
Internet Resources
147(2)
Lab Activity 4-1 Calculate Your Target Heart Rate (THR) Range
149(2)
Lab Activity 4-2 Using a Pedometer: ``How Many Steps Do I Take?''
151(4)
Lab Activity 4-3 30-Minute Treadmill Workouts
155(2)
Lab Activity 4-4 Cardiorespiratory Exercise Log Sheet
157(2)
Developing Flexibility
159(18)
Flexibility
160(7)
Benefits of Flexibility
160(1)
Cautions
161(1)
Factors Affecting Flexibility
161(1)
Joint Structure
161(1)
Soft Tissues
161(1)
Inactivity
161(1)
Muscle Temperature
161(1)
Age
162(1)
Genetics
162(1)
Gender
162(1)
Obesity
162(1)
Injury and Scar Tissue
162(1)
Neural Factors
162(1)
Types of Flexibility
162(1)
Guidelines for Flexibility Development
163(1)
Principles of Flexibility Development
164(1)
Progressive Overload
164(1)
Specificity
164(1)
Reversibility
164(1)
Individual Differences
164(1)
Balance
164(1)
Flexibility Exercises for Basic Fitness
164(1)
PNF Partner-Assisted Stretches
165(1)
Other Programs for Enhancing Flexibility
166(1)
Contraindicated Exercises
167(4)
Frequently Asked Questions
171(1)
Summary
172(1)
Internet Resources
172(1)
Lab Activity 5-1 Sample Flexibility Program
173(2)
Lab Activity 5-2 Hatha Yoga Workout: Sun Salutation (or Salute to the Sun)
175(2)
Developing Muscular Fitness
177(58)
Muscular Fitness
178(28)
Resistance Training: Benefits and Cautions
178(3)
Muscle Function
181(1)
Determinants of Muscular Fitness Gains
181(1)
Muscle Fiber Recruitment
181(1)
Muscle Atrophy and Hypertrophy
182(1)
Gender Differences
182(1)
Types of Resistance Training Programs
182(1)
Static (Isometric) Exercise
182(1)
Dynamic (Isotonic) Exercise
182(1)
Principles of Resistance Training
183(1)
Progressive Overload
183(1)
Specificity
183(1)
Recovery
183(1)
Guidelines for Developing Muscular Fitness
183(1)
Sequence
184(1)
Form
184(1)
Rest Between Sets
184(1)
Muscle Balance
184(1)
Breathing
185(1)
Speed of Movement
185(1)
Resistance Training Programs
185(1)
Weight Training
185(1)
Equipment
186(1)
Weight Room Etiquette
186(1)
Program for Health Fitness
187(4)
How to Begin and Progress
191(1)
Establishing Your Workload
191(1)
Increasing Your Workload
192(1)
Variety
192(1)
Common Discomforts and Training Errors
193(1)
Performance Aids
193(1)
How to Shape and Tone Without Weights
193(1)
Abdominal and Core Strengthening Exercises
194(2)
Hip and Thigh Exercises
196(1)
Upper Body Exercises
197(1)
Stability Balls
198(3)
Pilates
201(1)
Elastic Resistance
201(3)
Partner Resistance Exercises
204(2)
Frequently Asked Questions
206(1)
Summary
207(1)
Internet Resources
208(3)
Lab Activity 6-1 Resistance Training Log
211(2)
Lab Activity 6-2 Weight Training Experience
213(4)
Lab Activity 6-3 Abdominal and Core Strengthening Workout
217(2)
Lab Activity 6-4 Stability Ball Workout
219(2)
Lab Activity 6-5 Elastic Band Workout
221(2)
Lab Activity 6-6 Partner Resistance Workout
223(12)
Exploring Special Exercise Considerations
235(16)
Similarities and Differences in Men's and Women's Exercise Performance
226(1)
Females and Exercise
226(5)
Menstruation
226(2)
Female Athlete Triad
228(1)
Pregnancy
229(1)
Stress Incontinence
230(1)
Kegel Exercise
230(1)
Postpartum: Getting Back into Shape
231(1)
Breast Support
231(1)
Males and Exercise
231(1)
Exercise Addiction
232(1)
Exercise and Disease Resistance
233(1)
Environmental Considerations
233(5)
Exercising in the Cold
233(2)
Exercising in the Heat
235(1)
Heavy Sweating During Exercise
235(1)
Electrolyte Replacement
236(1)
Fluid Replacement: Water or Sports Drinks?
237(1)
Water: Are Americans Dehydrated?
237(1)
Aging and Physical Activity
238(4)
Aging and Performance
239(2)
Does Exercise Increase Life Span?
241(1)
Exercise and Chronic Health Conditions
242(4)
Arthritis
242(1)
Asthma
242(1)
Diabetes Mellitus
243(1)
Hypertension
244(1)
Osteoporosis
244(2)
Frequently Asked Questions
246(1)
Summary
247(1)
Internet Resources
247(2)
Lab Activity 7-1 Exploring Special Exercise Considerations Challenge
249(2)
Preventing Common Injuries and Caring for the Lower Back
251(26)
Injury Prevention
252(4)
Overuse
252(2)
Footwear
254(1)
Weakness and Inflexibility
254(1)
Mechanics
255(1)
P.R.I.C.E.
256(2)
P = Protect
257(1)
R = Rest
257(1)
I = Ice
257(1)
C = Compress
258(1)
E = Elevate
258(1)
Heat and Pain Relievers
258(1)
Common Injuries
258(6)
Ankle Sprain
258(1)
Blisters
259(1)
Bursitis
260(1)
Chafing
260(1)
Heel Spur
260(1)
Iliotibial Band Syndrome
260(1)
Muscle Cramp
260(1)
Muscle Soreness
260(1)
Muscle Strain
261(1)
Patellofemoral Syndrome
261(1)
Plantar Fasciitis
261(1)
Shin Splints
262(1)
Side Stitch
263(1)
Stress Fracture
263(1)
Tendinitis
263(1)
When to Seek Medical Help
264(1)
Getting Back into Action
265(1)
Care of the Lower Back
265(5)
Ways to Avoid Lower Back Pain
265(3)
Back Tips for Sitting, Standing, and Driving
268(1)
Lower Back Injuries
269(1)
Core Exercises for Lower Back Health
269(1)
Frequently Asked Questions
270(1)
Summary
271(1)
Internet Resources
271(2)
Lab Activity 8-1 Phil A. Case Study
273(2)
Lab Activity 8-2 Action Plan for the Back
275(2)
Maximizing Heart Health
277(38)
Impact of Cardiovascular Disease (CVD)
278(21)
Coronary Heart Disease (CHD)
280(1)
Atherosclerosis
280(1)
Angina Pectoris
281(1)
Myocardial Infarction (MI)
282(1)
Stroke (Brain Attack)
282(1)
Risk Factors
283(1)
Primary Risk Factors
283(1)
Inactivity
283(2)
High Blood Pressure (Hypertension)
285(1)
High Blood Lipid Profile (Cholesterol and Triglycerides)
286(5)
Cigarette Smoking
291(1)
Obesity
292(1)
Diabetes Mellitus (Type 1 and Type 2)
293(2)
Secondary Risk Factors
295(1)
Stress
295(1)
Emotional Behavior
296(1)
Age
297(1)
Male Gender
297(1)
Race
297(1)
Positive Family History
298(1)
The Emerging Risk Factors
298(1)
Metabolic Syndrome (Syndrome X)
298(1)
Homocysteine
298(1)
C-Reactive Protein (CRP)
299(1)
Treatment for Blocked Coronary Arteries
299(1)
Drug Therapy
300(1)
Angioplasty (or Balloon Angioplasty)
300(1)
Coronary Bypass Surgery
300(1)
The Future . . . Focus on Lifestyle
300(2)
Mind and Body Connection
301(1)
Frequently Asked Questions
302(1)
Summary
303(1)
Internet Resources
304(3)
Lab Activity 9-1 Are You at Risk for Heart Disease?
307(2)
Lab Activity 9-2 Evaluation of ``Are You at Risk for Heart Disease?''
309(2)
Lab Activity 9-3 How to Mend a Broken Heart
311(2)
Lab Activity 9-4 Are You at Risk for Diabetes?
313(2)
Coping with Stress
315(48)
What Is Stress?
317(1)
The Stress Response: A Three-Stage Process
317(3)
Fight-or-Flight (Alarm Reaction)
318(1)
Stage of Resistance
319(1)
Stage of Exhaustion
320(1)
Perception and Control
320(1)
Harmful Effects of Stress
321(1)
Measuring Your Stress
322(3)
Daily Hassles and Uplifts
325(1)
Type A, B, and D Personalities and Stress
326(2)
The Hot Reactor
327(1)
Angry/Hostile Behavior Modification
328(1)
The Stress-Resistant Hardy Person
329(2)
Building Skills for Stress Management
331(1)
Strategy #1 Exercise
332(1)
Strategy #2 Relaxation Techniques
332(3)
Meditation
332(1)
Autogenic Training and Imagery
333(1)
Jacobson's Progressive Relaxation
334(1)
Abdominal Breathing
334(1)
Hatha Yoga
334(1)
Massage
335(1)
Biofeedback Training
335(1)
Strategy #3 Lifestyle Change
335(4)
The Impact of Diet
335(1)
Time Management
336(1)
Alcohol, Drugs, and Cigarettes
337(1)
Get Plenty of Restful Sleep
337(1)
Develop Satisfying Relationships
338(1)
Learn When to Seek the Help and Support of Others
338(1)
Schedule ``Me Time'' and Listen to Music
338(1)
Strategy #4 Refraining
339(1)
Strategy #5 Laughter and Humor
339(1)
Strategy #6 Create a Memory Bank
339(1)
Frequently Asked Questions
340(1)
Summary
341(1)
Internet Resources
342(3)
Lab Activity 10-1 Evaluation of the Life Event Stress Test
345(2)
Lab Activity 10-2 How to Meditate and Experience the Relaxation Response
347(2)
Lab Activity 10-3 Becoming Stress-Resistant and Hardy
349(2)
Lab Activity 10-4 Relaxation
351(2)
Lab Activity 10-5 Measuring Your Stress and Coping Skills
353(4)
Lab Activity 10-6 Time Management
357(4)
Lab Activity 10-7 Changing Behavior Using the Transtheoretical Model
361(2)
Eating for Wellness
363(44)
Changing Times
364(3)
Dietary Guidelines for Americans
366(1)
Nutrition Basics
367(11)
Carbohydrates
367(1)
Simple Carbohydrates (Sugars)
367(1)
Complex Carbohydrates (Starches)
367(2)
Whole Grains Versus Refined Flours
369(1)
Glycemic Index
369(1)
Proteins
370(1)
Fats
370(2)
Fish Oils
372(1)
Cholesterol
373(1)
Vitamins
373(1)
Minerals
373(1)
Calcium
374(3)
Iron
377(1)
Sodium
377(1)
Water
377(1)
Phytochemicals And Antioxidants: Disease Fighters
378(1)
Nutritional Supplements
378(1)
The Well-Balanced Diet
379(7)
USDA's MyPyramid
380(2)
DASH Eating Plan
382(1)
Making Positive Changes
383(1)
Nutrition Labeling
384(2)
Eating Out
386(1)
Special Nutritional Concerns
387(3)
Vegetarian Diet
387(1)
Pregnancy
387(1)
Aging
388(1)
Sports and Fitness
389(1)
Frequently Asked Questions
390(1)
Summary
391(1)
Internet Resources
391(4)
Lab Activity 11-1 Food Log
395(2)
Lab Activity 11-2 Analyze Your Diet
397(2)
Lab Activity 11-3 How Much Fat?
399(2)
Lab Activity 11-4 Label Reading Assignment
401(2)
Lab Activity 11-5 Changing Behavior Using the Transtheoretical Model
403(2)
Lab Activity 11-6 Can You Eat Healthy at a Fast-Food Restaurant?
405(2)
Achieving a Healthy Weight
407(42)
Understanding Body Composition
410(3)
Overweight Versus Obesity
410(1)
Risks Associated with Obesity
411(1)
Location of Fat
412(1)
The Surgeon General Steps In
413(1)
What Causes Obesity?
414(4)
The Energy Balance Equation
414(1)
Fat-Cell Theory
414(2)
Set-Point Theory
416(1)
Heredity
417(1)
Metabolism
417(1)
What About ``Dieting''?
418(2)
Weight Cycling
420(1)
Reliable Weight-Loss Programs
420(1)
Lifetime Weight Management: Staying Lean in Fattening Times
420(8)
Food Management
421(1)
Recognizing Portion Distortion
421(1)
Avoiding Mindless Eating
422(1)
Understanding Our ``Toxic'' Environment
422(1)
Emotional Management
422(2)
Exercise Management
424(3)
Gaining Weight: A Healthy Plan for Adding Pounds
427(1)
Culture and Weight
428(1)
There She Is . . . Miss Unrealistic America
428(1)
Men Are Joining In
429(1)
Eating Disorders
429(4)
Bulimia Nervosa
430(1)
Anorexia Nervosa
430(1)
Binge Eating Disorder
431(1)
Eating Disorders Not Otherwise Specified (EDNOS)
432(1)
What Can Be Done?
432(1)
Frequently Asked Questions
433(1)
Summary
434(1)
Internet Resources
435(4)
Lab Activity 12-1 Why Do You Eat? (A Food Journal)
439(2)
Lab Activity 12-2 How Active Are You?
441(2)
Lab Activity 12-3 Estimating Your Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR)
443(2)
Lab Activity 12-4 Weight Management Plan
445(2)
Lab Activity 12-5 Are You at Risk for an Eating Disorder?
447(2)
Preventing Cancer
449(28)
What Is Cancer?
450(1)
Cancer Incidence
450(2)
How to Reduce Your Risk of Cancer: Primary Risk Factors
452(6)
Tobacco Use
453(1)
Sun Overexposure
453(1)
Diet
454(2)
Inactivity
456(1)
Obesity
457(1)
Secondary Risk Factors for Cancer
458(1)
Excessive Alcohol Consumption
458(1)
Exposure to Some Viral Infections
459(1)
Exposure to Radiation, Workplace Hazards, and Certain Chemicals
459(1)
Early Detection
459(1)
Common Cancers
460(6)
Breast Cancer
461(1)
Colon and Rectal Cancer
462(1)
Lung Cancer
463(1)
Prostate Cancer
463(1)
Skin Cancer
463(1)
Testicular Cancer
464(2)
Uterine and Cervical Cancer
466(1)
Coping with Cancer
466(1)
Frequently Asked Questions
467(2)
Summary
469(1)
Internet Resources
469(2)
Lab Activity 13-1 What Is Your Cancer Risk?
471(2)
Lab Activity 13-2 How to Spot Skin Cancer
473(2)
Lab Activity 13-3 Lunch Box Guidelines
475(2)
Understanding Substance Abuse and Addictive Behavior
477(52)
Addiction
478(4)
Addictive Behaviors Other Than Alcohol or Other Drug Use
479(1)
Science: Addiction Starts Inside the Brain
480(2)
Addictive Personality
482(1)
Alcohol
482(11)
Alcohol Absorption
482(1)
Speed of Alcohol Absorption
483(2)
Impact of Alcohol
485(1)
Health and Long-Term Effects of Alcohol
486(1)
Low-Risk and High-Risk Alcohol Consumption
486(1)
Party Schools
487(1)
College Binge Drinking/Positive Norming and Harm Reduction
488(1)
Alcoholism
489(1)
Strategies for Dealing with Alcohol
490(1)
Alcohol and the Law
491(1)
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) and Fetal Alcohol Effect (FAE)
492(1)
Tobacco
493(5)
Smoking Is Becoming Socially Unacceptable
493(1)
Why Do People Smoke?
494(1)
Health Risks of Smoking
495(1)
Smokeless Tobacco
495(2)
Are You a Passive Smoker?
497(1)
How to Quit Smoking
497(1)
The Clock Strategy
498(1)
Psychoactive Drugs
498(7)
Club Drugs
498(3)
Depressants
501(1)
Cannabis (Marijuana)
501(1)
Stimulants
502(1)
Cocaine and Crack
502(1)
Methamphetamine
503(1)
MDMA (Ecstasy)
504(1)
Narcotics or Opiates
504(1)
Heroin
504(1)
Psychedelics
505(1)
LSD
505(1)
Inhalants
505(1)
Drugs Affecting Physical Performance
505(2)
Anabolic Steroids
505(1)
Amphetamines
506(1)
Diuretics
506(1)
Caffeine
506(1)
Over-the-Counter and Prescription Drugs
507(2)
Ephedrine
509(1)
Frequently Asked Questions
509(2)
Summary
511(1)
Internet Resources
512(3)
Lab Activity 14-1 Alcohol: High-Risk vs. Low-Risk
515(2)
Lab Activity 14-2 What Is the Alcohol Culture on Your Campus?
517(2)
Lab Activity 14-3 Substance Abuse Values Clarification
519(2)
Lab Activity 14-4 Alcohol/Substance Abuse Harm Reduction
521(2)
Lab Activity 14-5 Tobacco Use Values Clarification
523(2)
Lab Activity 14-6 Addiction: Part of Your Lifestyle?
525(2)
Lab Activity 14-7 Changing Behavior Using the Transtheoretical Model
527(2)
Preventing Sexually Transmitted Disease
529(26)
Sexually Transmitted Disease
530(2)
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) and HIV
532(1)
What Is AIDS? What Is HIV?
532(2)
What Are Symptoms of an HIV Infection?
534(3)
How Does HIV Spread?
534(1)
HIV: What Is Safe?
534(1)
Should I Be Tested for AIDS?
535(1)
What About an AIDS Vaccine?
535(1)
Why Should I Be Concerned About AIDS?
535(2)
Chlamydia
537(1)
Genital Herpes
537(1)
Genital Warts and Other Human Papilloma Virus Infections
538(1)
Gonorrhea
539(1)
Hepatitis B
540(1)
Syphilis
540(1)
Primary Syphilis
540(1)
Secondary Syphilis
540(1)
Latent Syphilis
541(1)
Tertiary Syphilis
541(1)
Other Sexually Transmitted Infections
541(1)
How Can I Protect Myself from STDs?
541(1)
Abstinence
542(1)
Choosing Lower-Risk Sexual Activities
542(1)
Planning Ahead for Safer Sex
542(1)
How to Use Condoms
543(1)
Coping with Unwanted Sexual Pressure and Avoiding Sexual Assault
544(2)
Frequently Asked Questions
546(1)
Summary
547(1)
Internet Resources
548(3)
Lab Activity 15-1 Values Clarification Statements
551(2)
Lab Activity 15-2 Discussing Safer Sex
553(2)
Exploring Lifetime Wellness Issues
555
Partners in Prevention
556(1)
Career Wellness
556(1)
Family Wellness
557(3)
The Well Relationship
558(1)
The Well Child
558(2)
Personal Safety Issues
560(3)
Automobile Seat Belts
560(1)
Driving Safety
561(1)
Personal Safety Awareness
562(1)
Crime Prevention
563(1)
Wellness Trends and Challenges for the Future
563(6)
Trend 1: Changes in Health Care
563(2)
Trend 2: Aging America
565(1)
Trend 3: The Mind-Body Connection
566(1)
Challenge 1: Rising Health Care Costs
567(1)
Challenge 2: Diversity
567(1)
Challenge 3: The Environment
567(2)
Consumer Issues
569(102)
A Parting Thought
671
Frequently Asked Questions
571(1)
Summary
572(1)
Internet Resources
573(2)
Lab Activity 16-1 Look to the Future
575(2)
Lab Activity 16-2 The Environment: ``One Man's Trash . . .''
577(2)
Lab Activity 16-3 Quackery Detection
579
Appendix 1(1)
Credits 1(1)
Glossary 1(1)
Index 1


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