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part 1: read the following information and then answer the questions below.
a world-renowned health clinic with a focus on medical care, research, and education offers several health articles on its website. one of these articles is about weight-loss basics. the article states that weight loss comes down to watching calories. fad diets do not work. to lose weight you most burn more calories than you take in, which you can do by reducing extra calories from food and by burning calories through exercise. the article byline is “clinic staff.” the clinic staff editors are experienced clinicians and educators who have broad knowledge of many areas of medicine and disease management. the specialty editors are leaders in their particular area of medicine—for example, asthma, cancer, and heart disease. the article about weight loss was written one year ago, and the date is listed at the bottom of the article. the online article’s sidebars offer links to expert answers, additional articles, respected health organizations, food tracker tools, and multimedia files with videos about nutrition.
write one or two sentences, defending the credibility of each aspect of the article:
1. source/author/creator
2. additional resources
3. timeliness of information
4. purpose
5. point of view
part 2: study the transcript of this radio advertisement and then answer the questions below.
mom: (loud, stern voice, calling upstairs) shannon, get down here right now!
shannon: what is it, mom?
mom: i hear you’re planning on sneaking out tonight to go to the midnight madness sale at lakeview mall. is that true?
shannon (sweet, friendly voice): definitely, mom!
mom: what on earth do you mean, “definitely, mom”?
shannon: well, everybody’s going!
mom: oh, is that right? and if everybody jumped into a lake….
shannon: but mom, it’s the biggest event of the year! up to 70 percent off department store prices on all of my favorite designer brands!
mom: i’m sorry, what was that?
shannon: up to 70 percent off, mom! not to mention free giveaways for the first 100 shoppers! all starting at midnight.
mom: shannon, i’m very disappointed in you.
shannon: but mom!
mom: did it ever occur to you that i might want to join you? i may be your mother, but i still want to look great—especially at a fraction of the cost!
shannon: i’m sorry, mom.
mom (whispers): that’s okay; we’ll sneak out tonight. just don’t tell your sister.
announcer: the secret is out! so sneak away on july 7th for midnight madness at lakeview mall in riverside. look great. pay less.
1. what product or service is being advertised?
2. what advertising techniques are being used?
3. who appears to be the target audience of this advertisement?
4. what is being promised in the ad?
5. what does the ad want listeners to believe and feel?


The correct answer was given: Brain
Hey there!

Public health policies and government regulations are the basis of good health and disease prevention fo the public. 

First of all, if we create public health policies and government regulations that allow people who possibly cannot afford their medications to get them for reduced price or free, we can increase the amount of people who have good health and aren’t prone to diseases.

Government regulations can also help people who are well off, too. If we put government regulations and policies in place promoting good health habits like washing your hands often even with the CDC, we would be able to show the public the benefits of good health.

Thus, using government regulations and health policies can help anyone and give support and reasons to the general public to maintain good health.

Hope this helps

The correct answer was given: Brain

Medical Definition of Vaccination. Vaccination: Injection of a killed microbe in order to stimulate the immune system against the microbe, thereby preventing disease. … To immunize against viral diseases, the virus used in the vaccine has been weakened or killed.

The correct answer was given: Brain

Vaccines can be described as drugs, or medication, since that’s pretty much what it is. I’m sorry if I sound a little vague, but I don’t know much about this

The correct answer was given: Brain

Vitamin C


Vitamins are organic substances needed in small quantities for the optimal metabolism of the body. Vitamins are divided into water soluble and fat soluble vitamins.

Water soluble vitamins include vitamin A and C

Fat soluble vitamins include Vitamin A,D,E and K

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