Cognition, Diet, & Longevity - DVD only - 6 hours

Explains how personality types, habits, and beliefs inuences behavior and the risk for disease. Discusses how mental disorders such as anxiety and depression aect physical health. Describes how addiction to sweet, fatty, and salty foods promotes obesity. Lists the diets shown to enhance longevity and prevent disease. Lists the causes of improved life expectancy in the United States. Explains how patients can delay or survive the top ten causes of morbidity and mortality. Describes, how the information in this course can be utilized to improve patient care and patient outcomes. Describes, for this course, the implications for dentistry, mental health, nursing, and other health-care professions.
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Learning Objectives

 

  1. Explain how personality types, habits, and beliefs inuences behavior and the risk for disease.
  2. Discuss how mental disorders such as anxiety and depression aect physical health.
  3. Describe how addiction to sweet, fatty, and salty foods promotes obesity.
  4. List the diets shown to enhance longevity and prevent disease.
  5. List the causes of improved life expectancy in the United States.
  6. Explain how patients can delay or survive the top ten causes of morbidity and mortality.
  7. Describe, how the information in this course can be utilized to improve patient care and patient outcomes.
  8. Describe, for this course, the implications for dentistry, mental health, nursing, and other health-care professions.
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Instructor D. Schramm, Ph.D.
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