Suppose a patient comes in to see a physician. this patient lacks the ability to keep warm and needs to wear heavy clothing even during mild temperatures. which system of this patients body should the physician be concerned about?
someone with good health is up and active, they seem like themselves with no symptoms.
heading toward premature death would show low heart rate weak not themselves. lethargic and just sickly
sexual contact can result in sexually transmitted disease, or std, chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis are example of bacterial stds, hepatitis b. genital herpes, and genital warts, are an example of stds from a virus. viral
stds can't be treated, with antibiotics and sometimes be fatal, aids are some of the most serious stds diseases. your answer is false.
even if human development is continuous, there is some value in stage theories of development. a stage theory of development allows experts to examine the developmental progress of individuals and establish a basis for developmental changes. this can identify developmental issues earlier. stage theories can also researchers who are examining physical development examine discrete changes in the brain that allow certain developmental milestones to be reached. finally, stage theories can give one a sense of where an individual is developmentally, and can prepare the person for changes that may occur during their lifetime.