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Which statement BEST captures the importance of good personal hygiene? A. Your hygiene only affects your physical health. B. Good hygiene habits are only important after the age of 21. C. Women always have better hygiene than men. D. Good personal hygiene is part of being a responsible person.
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Good personal hygiene is part of being a responsible person - BEST captures the importance of good personal hygiene.

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Which of the following tasks would BEST help an individual achieve a goal to obtain a driver's license? A. practicing driving B. reviewing driving laws C. taking practice tests D. all of the above
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Misleading advertising messages regarding fast food are often given by __________. A. politicians B. doctors C. athletes D. dentists
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Which of the following is NOT an important factor in selecting a medical professional? A. cost B. accessibility C. location D. appearance
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Appearance is NOT an important factor in selecting a medical professional.
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Describe an instance where you would go to the emergency room instead of scheduling an appointment to see your primary care physician.
Weegy: According to the National Center for Health Statistics, most people who go to an emergency room (ER) do not need urgent care. Find out why rushing to an ER for minor health problems is not a good idea. [ Also find out how to prepare yourself in the event you really do need emergency treatment. Emergency Room Going to an emergency room instead of scheduling a doctor's appointment has become a trend in this country. In 1996, a whopping fifty-five percent of the 90 million visits to emergency rooms in were unnecessary. Translated into dollars and cents that means 40.5 million people paid up to three times as much for routine care as they would have paid at a physician's office. They probably wasted a lot of time too because emergency rooms are not set up to care for routine illness, and they do not work on a first-come, first-served basis as many people mistakenly believe. To ensure that the sickest patients get immediate care, emergency rooms use a triage (French for "sorting") system of evaluation so that critical cases, such as people suffering from heart attacks or injuries from serious accidents or violent crimes, are treated first. Everyone else may have to wait quite a while before being seen. In fact, the average wait for emergency treatment nationwide is about two hours. When you feel sick, the last thing you want to do is to sit for hours in a heavily-trafficked emergency facility before getting help. Here's how you can spare yourself this discomfort and prepare for sudden medical problems. Be Prepared The following steps can help you get the health care you need: Get a primary care physician. Having a regular doctor who keeps your medical history on file and who is available to see you in a pinch is one of your best recourses in an emergency. Find out what other health care facilities are available in your community. 24-hour walk-in clinics and minor emergency centers can care for non-urgent conditions faster and cheaper than a hospital ... (More)
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Instances where you should go to the emergency room instead of scheduling an appointment to see your primary care physician;
When experiencing pain, tightness or discomfort in the chest, shortness of breath, headache, trouble speaking, difficulty walking or dizziness.
When there is internal bleeding or fainting.
When you suspect broken bones.
Severe wouds - deep enough to see yellowish fatty tissue, or
the edges of the wound are gaping and can’t easily be put together with some gentle pressure.
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