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Laura measured her body composition by measuring her waist circumference. Her waist is 39 inches. Based on this result, which of the following is TRUE? A. Laura's waist circumference indicates that she is at no risk for certain diseases because she falls within the healthy range. B. Laura's waist circumference places her in the unhealthy range, but fortunately, she is not at any risk for certain diseases. C. Laura's waist circumference indicates that she has a high percentage of abdominal fat, ...
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The true sentence is C. With a waist measurement of 39 inches, C. Laura's waist circumference indicates that she has a high percentage of abdominal fat, which places her at a higher risk for certain diseases.
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When tissue is damaged, the inflammatory response is activated. T F User: If asked whether exercise is important for keeping optimal immune health, what would be the BEST answer? A. No, the only way to boost immune health is to receive regular doctor's checkups. B. No, the only way to boost your immune system is to eat a healthy diet. C. Yes, daily exercise can boost your immune health. D. Yes, daily exercise increases stress, which can increase your immune health.
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TRUE - When tissue is damaged, the inflammatory response is activated.
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If asked whether exercise is important for keeping optimal immune health, the BEST answer would be: C. Yes, daily exercise can boost your immune health.
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Avoiding vaccinations during flu season can help you cut down the risk of contracting this communicable disease. T F
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Avoiding vaccinations during flu season can help you cut down the risk of contracting this communicable disease. FALSE.
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