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Identify the difference between a modifiable and nonmodifiable risk factors? Provide examples of each. What lifestyle behaviors can / should young adults engage in to lower the likelihood of developing heart diseases later in life? Identify key cardioprotective behaviors that you engage in now and those you plan to begin while in college. Include diet, exercise, stress management, and anything else you wish to discuss in your efforts to reduce developing heart disease later in life.
What types of cancers are college-age adults most at risk for? Include specific examples for each of the cancers you discuss. Identify if the risk factors are inherited, environmental exposure, lifestyle choices or a combination of these and other factors. Discuss what can be done to reduce such risk exposure. What specifically are you doing to reduce your risk of developing the cancers you identified?
Type 2 diabetes is by far the most common form of the disease, yet it is largely preventable. The prevalence of Type 2 diabetes among Americas is at an all-time high and projected to rise even higher. Why is this happening? What needs to be done to turn the tide? What are you doing to reduce your risk of developing Type 2 diabetes? Discuss the lifestyle choices you are making now? Include present and future lifestyle changes you hope to make while in college.
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