1. What does it mean to be proactive about your hereditary health risks? A) Associating with healthy people who will encourage g
1. What does it mean to be proactive about your hereditary health risks?
A) Associating with healthy people who will encourage good habits
B) Attempting to address possible health risks before they happen
C) Keeping a journal of how you feel each day so you can reference it
D) Talking to people who have suffered from diseases to learn the symptoms
2. Your brother and you waited in the doctor’s office for his appointment because he was not feeling well. While sitting in the waiting room, you watched your brother complete the medical questionnaire to be given to the new doctor. Review the form and then determine the best course of action:
MEDICAL HISTORY Parents Grandparents Uncles Aunts
Cancer Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
Heart disease Unknown Unknown I think so? I think so?
Diabetes Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
What should you recommend to your sibling?
A) Suggest rescheduling the appointment until the form has complete information
B) Complete the appointment, talk with family elders, and update the form
C) Complete the appointment, manage his problem, and talk with family elders
D) Call older family members and request medical information for the follow-up visit