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Transcript: Heart Broken... According to The Weight of the Nation, every twenty-five seconds someone in this country has a heart attack. It is ranked as the number one cause of death for both men and women. More people die from heart-related problems than cancer. AIDS, respiratory disease, or even accidents. Being obese or overweight places you at a higher risk of developing heart disease and stroke. Increased body size causes the heart to pump harder, which causes the arteries to narrow with elevated cholesterol, inevitably, blood pressure to begin to climb. Hypertension is a major risk factor for heart disease and stroke. Statistics show that sixty-nine percent of people suffering their first attack and seventy-four percent of stroke victims have high blood pressure . The most common contributors are being overweight, not engaging in enough physical activity, and eating a poor diet high in sodium. Conclusion When someone has high Levels of LDL, the "bad" cholesterol, it can stick to inflamed section of the artery walls and eventually build up into deposits called plaque. Backed up coronary arteries interrupts the blood supply to the heart muscle, causing a heart attack. Optimal cholesterol (less than 200mg/dL) Normal blood pressure (120/80 or lower) Not having diabetes Learn body mass index (BMI of less than 25) (mine is 24.4 I am 5'4 and I weigh 140 Not Smoking Physical activity (my opinion is thirty to sixty minutes a day at least five days a week.) Healthy diet (my opinion is being caution of your diet when you're shopping (going shopping hungry, always leads to getting all the foods... i have "taste" for. Clogged Pipes 7 Steps to a Healthy A High-Pressure Situation

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Transcript: Other Aches & Pain Increased body size causes the heart to pump harder, which causes the arteries to narrow with elevated cholesterol, inevitably, blood pressure to begin to climb. Hypertension is a major risk factor for heart disease and stroke. Statistics show that sixty-nine percent of people suffering their first attack and seventy-four percent of stroke victims have high blood pressure . The most common contributors are being overweight, not engaging in enough physical activity, and eating a poor diet high in sodium. Type 1 & Type 2 Diaetes In 1970 less than 5 percent of American children were obese. By 2008, that figure has skyrocketed to more than 17 percent. A High-Pressure Situation Fatty Liver The Obesity Epidemic Project 1. By: Crystal King The C Word 7Steps to a Healthy Heart Brain Drain Optimal cholesterol (less than 200mg/dL) Normal blood pressure (120/80 or lower) Not having diabetes Learn body mass index (BMI of less than 25) (mine is 24.4 I am 5'4 and I weigh 140 Not Smoking Physical activity (my opinion is thirty to sixty minutes a day at least five days a week.) Healthy diet (my opinion is being caution of your diet when you're shopping (going shopping hungry, always leads to getting all the foods... i have "taste" for. Clogged Pipes According to The Weight of the Nation, every twenty-five seconds someone in this country has a heart attack. It is ranked as the number one cause of death for both men and women. More people die from heart-related problems than cancer. AIDS, respiratory disease, or even accidents. Being obese or overweight places you at a higher risk of developing heart disease and stroke. Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease didn't even exist until recently 25 percent of American adults have excess fat in their liver. the nonalcoholic epidemic has closely followed the growing obesity epidemic Won't Somebody Please Think of the Children? More than 66 percent of people with arthritis are overweight or obese. Obesity also increases adults' relative risk of health problems such as gallbladder disease, asthma, sleep apnea, and gout. Obesity increases your risk of the following types of cancer: colon, kidney, and esophagus. 20 percent of cancer deaths in women and 14 percent in men are related to being overweight or obese. Obesity "negatively affects the functioning of the human brain.", according to Dr. Nora Volkow. a neuroscientist and the director of the National Institute of Drug Abuse. When someone has high Levels of LDL, the "bad" cholesterol, it can stick to inflamed section of the artery walls and eventually build up into deposits called plaque. Backed up coronary arteries interrupts the blood supply to the heart muscle, causing a heart attack. Type 1, was previously knwon as juvenile diabetes because it most often developed in childhood. It is not related to obesity. Type 2, develops whenthe body can't use insulin propperly or no longer makes enough of it to overcome insulin resistance. It most often affects overweight and older adults Heart Broken

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Transcript: By:R.L Stine -Mellisa -Josie -Rachel -Erica -Luke -David Which part I liked the best Summary R.L Stine was born on October 8,1943 I think that Abby.L would love this book because she likes mystery and action and this book is alot of mystery because you need to figure out who is the killer and also there is action when the killer arrives you know it, because of the character your reading and you can see the killer fighting with your character and thats awesome. My favourite part was when David climed a tree and went through melisa's window to get in her house I really liked it because when I was reading I could feel what Mellisa was feeling all her emotions when she was scared she couldent move to close the window or scream and I could see and feel what she saw and felt. Who would enjoy this book About the author - - - - - - - - He lives in New York City with his wife Jane and his son. He is the head writer of the tv show ''Eureeka's castle seen on nickolodeon Broken hearts By:R.L Stine The book talkes about three sisters who went to a horse back riding place and rachel's horse was too fast she fell and was really injuredafter the incident she wasent herself after this but months after it was valentines day and josie was getting unusuall valentine cards which was written rymes about her death that she was going to die,and then it was mellisa who is next ?who will die ?find out in this book. He has two sibblings pam Stine and Bill Stine ________________________________ He made 208 books and more than two dozen best selling mysteries and thriller for young adults readers Broken Heart He has one kid Matthiew Stine he is 12 years old He is married to Jane Waldhorn Characters He is 72 years old he is born in Columbus,Ohio United States

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Transcript: The C-Word 6: Eating Healthy! Type 1 A Life Unexpected The 1st time in history our country will see an overall drop in life expectancy rates all in relation to the rising obesity epidemic and the rise in type 2 diabetes! The C word, CANCER, also comes along with being obese. Types of cancer associated with obesity are kidney, esophageal and colon. Cancer deaths related to obesity for women are 20% and for men, 14%. Brain Drain Obesity increases are chances for dementia by as much as 70%!! Clogged Pipes 1: Not having Diabetes! 7: Optimal Cholesterol, which is less than 200mg/dL 7 Steps to a Healthy Heart Type 2 Our hearts are the hardest working organ in our body, meaning we should take good precaution, considering every 25 seconds someone dies in our counrty from a heart attack! Things that lead up to heart disease and strokes are high blood pressure levels, high cholesterol levels and high triglyceride levels. The harder our heart is working to pump blood throughout our bodies =the higher the pressure is as well. High pressures also account for increased risk with kidney disease. Currently high blood pressure accounts for 74% of strokes & 69% of 1st time heart attacks! Won't Somebody Please Think of the Children Having clogged pipes in your cardiovascular system is extremely dangerous because it decreases the nutrients and blood that need to flow through at a healthy rate. Plaque build-up is another increased risk for heart disease. Heart Broken A High-Pressure Situation Our children's bodies are susceptible to an increased risk for all these diseases and health problems because what we feed them now impacts them down the road with negative consequences if they are fed a poor diet, and there is no erasing this damage that could have been prevented 20 years ago... This type occurs when our immune system destroys itself by attacking the insulin producing cells, once this happens our body will be depending on insulin therapy in order to survive! Present-tense this type was known as the youth diabetes because it typically became present in our childhood, but in our current times obesity had changed this by making this type more prevaknt than ever before! 3: No Smoking! Fatty Liver 4: Normal Blood Pressure, which is 120/80 or LOWER! So far I have told you the bad news, but the GOOD NEWS is that all that is preventable! A great place to start is with your heart; So lets get a healthy start with 7 steps! 2: Routine Physical Activity! Diabetes 5: Lean Body Mas Index, Having a BMI lower than 25 The type we can decide to have or not! Sadly, 90% of us are suffering from this particular disease though, and is our 7th leading cause of death! Avoid type 2 diabetes by monitoring your BMI, Blood sugar levels, and diet! Fatty liver used to be something left out of textbooks, but the prevalence rate is increasing, especially in younger individuals. This disease occurs when our body is unable to store fat elsewhere and fat deposits accumulate on the liver, which then can make our metabolism not function properly.

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