June 5th Lesson
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Slide 1 - NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASE
- Summer Health
- Noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), also known as chronic diseases, are not passed from person to person. They are of long duration and generally slow progression. The 4 main types of noncommunicable diseases are cardiovascular diseases (like heart attacks and stroke), cancers, chronic respiratory diseases (such as chronic obstructed pulmonary disease and asthma) and diabetes.
Slide 2 - How do non-communicables connect to health class?
Slide 3 - Unit objectives
- Understand Risk Factors so you can reduce them in your life as you age.
- Gain an understanding for prevention and early detection for non-communicable disease to increase survival rate
- Increase awareness and knowledge to act as a health advocate in your family and community.
Slide 4 - Lets get started!
- What you will be expected to know:
- What is it? What is happening in the body at a cellular level.
- What are the different types of cancer.
- The 7 warning signs of cancer
- Ways to reduce your risk of developing cancer
- The keys to early detection.
Slide 5 - Gaining the basic knowledge
- I would like you to pause the video and complete the cancer assessment first. This will break down what cancer is, the different types, and treamtments. You will open the cancer assessment document located on the libguide.
Slide 6 - Welcome Back
Slide 7 - Cancer Notes
Slide 8 - The 7 Warning Signs of Cancer
- Information provided by the Cleveland Clinic 2014
Slide 9 - C
- Change in Bowel or Bladder habits
- Change in frequency of bowel movement
- Bloody or black
Slide 10 - A
- A Sore that doesn’t heal
Slide 11 - U
- Unusual bleeding or discharge
Slide 12 - T
- Thickening or Lump
- Common areas are:
- Arm pits
- Can be found other places
Slide 13 - I
- Indigestion or difficulty in swallowing
Slide 14 - Obvious change in a wart or mole
Slide 15 - N
- Nagging cough or hoarseness
Slide 16 - Early Detection
- Early detection of cancer greatly increases the chances for successful treatment. There are two major components of early detection of cancer: education to promote early diagnosis and screening. Recognizing possible warning signs of cancer and taking prompt action leads to early diagnosis (WHO,2014)
Slide 17 - SCREENINGS
Slide 18 - UPLOAD YOUR NOTES
- Please now take a minute to upload your cancer notes into your non-communicable disease folder.
Slide 19 - Melanoma
- An estimated 73,870 new cases of invasive melanoma will be diagnosed in the US in 2015.
- It is the Deadliest form of skin cancer.
- Living in Florida puts you at a much higher risk.
- Now take a second to watch the public service announcement on the libguide titled “melanoma”