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When an individual contracts __________, the symptoms are treated rather than the actual illness itself. User: A common theme in the treatment of mental health disorders is a strong support system of family and friends
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Wellness is a continuum, which means __________. A. personal wellness can vary between very poor and very good B. each of the dimensions of health are interrelated C. people must always cope with low levels of wellness D. wellness can be achieved with concentration
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Wellness is a continuum, which means personal wellness can vary between very poor and very good.

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Identify several controllable risk factors associated with infectious disease, and discuss the action that could be taken to address them.
Weegy: There are hundreds of pathogens present in the environment capable of causing infectious diseases in humans. Some of these diseases such as HIV/AIDS and Ebola are highly dreaded where death is the only way of getting rid of the infection. [ Most of these diseases occur as a result of certain risk factors that can be categorized into controllable and uncontrollable risk factors. Some of the risk factors that can cause disease are highly ignored and not attended to properly. These sorts of risk factors are known as controllable risk factors. It is possible to control the spread of infectious diseases and prevent an outbreak by managing these factors in a proper way. Some of the risk factors of infectious diseases are explained below. 1. Unprotected sex: Sexually transmitted diseases such as AIDS occur mainly due to unhealthy or unprotected sexual practices. It is always better to use condoms while having sexual intercourse. Apart from that, one should always avoid performing oral sex with a stranger. It is always better if one remains faithful to his/her better-half. 2. Untreated open wounds: This factor poses the biggest risk to getting infected with pathogens. Open wounds should always be treated with immediate affect. 3. Poor hygiene: Soil contaminants such as nematodes spread into the system when people consume food with unwashed hands. It is always good to maintain good hygiene. One should wash hands before and after consuming food. Clothes including innerwear should be changed regularly. They should be thoroughly cleaned using a good detergent. Article Source: Read more- ] (More)
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Compare the most likely cause of death for an individual born in 1900 and an individual born in 2006.
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