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Health for Living 169 045
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Reproductive Lecture 1 Humpty Dumpty Years a Critical periods i window of time brain open to development ii After which closure forever iii Vision iv Spoken languages b Sensitive Period i Less precise time in which key functions influenced ii But may not last forever iii Second language iv Math amp logic c Examples i Baby with cataracts by 4 months blind ii Born in wild by age 10 language loss 2 Roots of Health Fetal Programming a Diabetic mother i High glucose levels ii Control weight b Undernutrition first trimester i Higher obesity risk c Stress i Cortisol ii Raise BP iii Adult Hypersensitivity 3 Reproductive Issues a Parentalnotification b Roe v Wade c Prven Kit Plan B 75 72 hours d Child endangerment Laws i Mandatory report laws ii State variance e Unborn victims of violence act i LaciConnor Bill 4 Fire amp Water Teratogens a Alcohol 39 Chromosomalaberration ii Nutrition impairment iii Immune system iv Organ damage v Brain cognitive emotion b 1 2 Drinks i 2X Low birth weight ii 2X miscarriage 2nd term c 3 or more i Retarded physical Growth ii Brain impairment iii FAS increases D Episodic 6 or more i General development deficits ii Speech iii Skeletalabnormalities e Alcoholand Stress i Aggression Alcohol and Father i Delayed sexual maturation ii Sperm production 71 iii Sperm content iv Ovum impact g 85 FAS i ADHD 5 More Fire amp Water Teratogens a Tobacco amp Nicotine 39 Low birth weight ii Premature iii Lungdisorders iv SIDS v ADHD vi POINT Most impact last 4 months of pregnancy b Lead i Found in old pipes old paint and gas emissions ii Affects 1 IO 2 Impulsivity 3 Learningdisability c Caffeine i Arousal ii Attention iii LBW iv POINT 1St Trimester most serious d Cocaine T fD q fDQDUm i Emotionalimpairment Marijuana i Verbal ii Memory iii Focus Heroin i Microcephaly ii Cerebralpalsy iii ADHD Prescribed Legal Drugs i Behavioralmotor anesthetics ii Cognitive Malnutrition i Anemia 1 Shortattention span 2 Memory 3 Impulsivity ii Sodium 1 Motorcontrol 2 Retardation iii Protein 1 Attentiveness 2 Agitation 3 Learningbehavior Fetal activity decreases Shorter umbilical cords Regulate body temperature decrease Stress hormones increase Brain activity brain weight decreases i hippocampus 7 Caffeine Elimination a b c d Adult 50 25 to 75 hours Older adult 24 hours Pre term infant 65 to 103 hours Breast Fed 82 hours 8 Reproductive Advice on39m Avoid alcohol Folic Acid 400 micrograms Avoid deli food soft cheese Moderate exercise no belly exercises Avoid game fish Pre natal vitamin Vitamin D Sensory stimulation i Secondhand Thirdhand smoke i Thyroid cancer radiation treatment rqqrhfo 9 Reproductive body weight a 25 to 35 pounds b 1St Trimester i 2 to 8 pounds c 2nd and 3rd trimesters i 1 pound per week d BMI 39 Below 198 28 to 40 pounds ii 198 to 25 25 to 35 pounds iii 26 to 29 15 to 25 pounds iv Above 29 no more than 15 pounds 10 Tummy Time a Sudden death syndrome 40 reduction b Core body strength i Back neck shoulder ii Breath control iii Speech c Early motor delay i Lift head ii Pull eyes horizontal d wwwaptaorgconsumer 11 Plagiocephaly flat head a Back to sleep campaigning b Risk 1300 v 160 c Helmet 3K d Not effective after age 1 e Flat heads fix themselves normally 12 Preemies a Defined Before 37 weeks in utero b 10 of world population c 80 to 98 survive US 26B d Trend i Children after age 35 ii IVF iii Caesarian section fetal distress iv Lifestyle behaviors v Bacterial infections vi Genetics vii Cervix shortening less 22mm late 2nd trimester 13 Infertility a Prevalence Early 20s 10 Early 40s 30 b Causes i Age ii STI iii Stressanxiety iv Obesity v Smoking c Optimal fertility zone 20 to 24 BMI d Diet i Slow v fast carbs ii Plant proteins iii Caution low fat reduces sex hormones 1 8 V2 serving full dairy products 14 Reproductive Lecture Exam Review a Unborn Victims of violence act Alcohol amp Pregnancy Caffeine excretion Tobacco last 4 months 16 pregnant smoking rate Moderate exercise Sensory stimulation Optimal birth age 18 to 35 Tummy time D39qQTthQPU Plagiocephaly Optimal fertility zone 20 to 24 Diet i Low fat hormone depletion 3 ii Plant protein Preemies 3 i 37 weeks ii After age 35 ii39 Bacterial infections
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