3 edition of Teen Health Course 2 and 3, HIV/AIDS found in the catalog.
Teen Health Course 2 and 3, HIV/AIDS
January 29, 1996
Written in English
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It takes time for this to happen. But when it does, it can lead to AIDS and be fatal. When a person has AIDS, the immune system is so weak it can't fight off viruses or bacteria. And it can't prevent certain kinds of cancer the way a healthy immune system can. While people can die quickly once they develop AIDS, HIV infections can be : Joseph Saling. HIV fact sheets provide data about how HIV affects specific populations in the United States and information about HIV risk behaviors, prevention tools, testing, and more. Using graphs, charts, and maps, these slides provide surveillance data about HIV, AIDS, and the HIV .
Teacher's Guide: HIV and AIDS (Grades 6 to 8) Subject: The activities in this Teacher's Guide will help your students learn more about HIV and AIDS, how HIV spreads, and how to protect themselves. Keywords: HIV, AIDS, immune system, HIV/AIDS, HIV-AIDS, immunity, human immunodeficiency virus, acquired immunodeficiency syndrome Created DateFile Size: KB. Lesson HIV/AIDS Workbook /en/edlall/count-pills/content/ Through interactive questions and illustrations, this workbook lets you explore what it means to be human and healthy, offers ideas and strategies for ways to be and stay healthy, and discusses what HIV/AIDS is and how it is spread. Each and every day in the United States, some 10 teens contract a sexually transmitted disease , get pregnant , and, tragically, 55 contract human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) . The reasons for these problems are complex and defy simplistic by: 1.
For example, cards with a 3 could represent using protection, such as a condom, to avoid contracting HIV. To add to the discussion, you can go through the class to see how students felt in each role. HIV/AIDS is a life-threatening disease that attacks the body's immune system and leaves a person vulnerable to opportunistic infections. Because there is no cure, reducing the transmission of HIV while minimizing its effect on those living with HIV, is critical. NIDA for Teens Web Site Quiz: HIV, AIDS, and Drug Abuse Answer Key: HIV, AIDS, and Drug Abuse Quiz 1. B: HIV is transmitted when the blood or body fluids of an infected person comes into contact with the blood or mucous membrane of a healthy person. 2. D: HIV is a sexually transmitted virus that attacks the immune system and causes AIDS. 3. D: Drug abusers are at risk for HIV infection when.
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