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feminist perspective A perspective that acknowledges the oppression of women within a patriarchal society that also struggles toward the elimination of sexist oppression and the domination of all hum... an beings. Alcohol Consumption and Women Recommended daily intake limit? Possible Risks? Alcohol is hazardous for a woman who has either more than 7 drinks per week or more than 3 drinks per day. This amount put's women at risk for developing AUD (Alcohol Dependance Disorder). #Alcoholism Tanner Stages A scale used to assess the sexual maturity and puberty in both sexes. This scale involves 5 stages that involve development of breast and public hair growth and divides sexual physical maturity that extend from adolescence into adult hood. Tanner Scale Stage One Stage one: small nipples no breast, no pubic hair, no signs of puberty scrotum, testes, and penis are the same as in childhood Tanner Scale Stage Two Stage two: Breasts and nipples have just started to grow, the areola has become larger, breast tissue bud feels firm behind the nipple, initial growth of pubic hair that is light in color and not curled. Initial growth of scrotum and testes. The skin on the scrotum has become redder, thinner, and more wrinkled. The penis may have grown a little in length. Few hairs around the root of the penis. the hairs are straight without curls, and light in color. Tanner Scale Stage Three Stage Three: breasts and nipples have grown additionally. The aureola is darker and the breasts tissue buds have gotten larger. The public hair is more widespread. The hair is darker, and curls may have appeared. the penis has now grown into length. Scrotum and testes have grown. The skin of the scrotum has become darker and more wrinkled. Tanner Scale Stage Four Nipples and aerolas are elevated and form an edge towards the breast. The breast has also grown a little larger. More dense pubic hair growth with curls and dark hair. Still not entirely as an adult womens. the penis has grown in both length and width. The head of the penis has become larger. The scrotum and testes have grown more dense curly and dark hair. the hair growth is reaching the inner thighs. Tanner Scale Stage Five Fully developed breasts. Nipples are protruding. the edge between aerola and breast has disappeared. Adult hair growth.. Dense curly hair extending towards the inner thighs. Penis and scrotum as an adult. Public hair extends upwards up to the umbilicus. It is dense and curly. Primary prevention vs. Secondary Prevention vs Tertiary prevention Primary prevention: Includes preventative measures that come BEFORE THE ONSET of a disease, illness, or injury, and BEFORE the disease process begins. Examples are, HPV vaccination, Safe sex practices, immunizations, health education, and counseling. Secondary Prevention: Includes those preventive measures that lead to early diagnosis and prompt treatment of disease, illness, or injury. Examples are, Pap smears, HIV testing, HPV testing, syphilis testing. routine lab screening for early detection of disease. Tertiary Prevention : Limits the ability and promotes rehab from clinical disease states. (Disease and illness is already here). U.S. Preventive Task Force Who are they? What do they do? what do they recommend? They are an independent volunteer panel or national experts in disease prevention and evidence-based medicine. They work to improve the health of all Americans by making evidence-based recommendations about clinical preventive services. American College of Obstetrics and Gynecologists recommendations Membership organization dedicated to the advancement of women's health care and the professional and socioeconomic interests of its members through continuing medical education , practice, research, and advocacy. Preventable causes of death for women The leading causes of death in women in the U.S. are related to modifiable, behavioral risk factors. Smoking Obesity [Show More]

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