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Asthma & Allergies

Identifies the pathophysiology and triggers of asthma and common allergies. Describes diagnostic methods for asthma and allergies. Summarizes the most prevalent treatment methods for asthma and allergies. Describes strategies for preventing asthmatic and allergic reactions. Discusses differences and similarities in diagnosis and treatment of adult and childhood asthma and allergies.
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Learning Objectives

 

  1. Identify the pathophysiology and triggers of asthma and common allergies.
  2. Describe diagnostic methods for asthma and allergies.
  3. Summarize the most prevalent treatment methods for asthma and allergies.
  4. Describe strategies for preventing asthmatic and allergic reactions.
  5. Discuss differences and similarities in diagnosis and treatment of adult and childhood asthma and allergies.
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Instructor R. Hullon, M.D., J.D.
Contact Hours: 3
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Coffee & Tea

Describes the chemical content of coffee and tea, and the pathways by which these chemicals affect the body. Identifies the latest findings on the positive and negative health effects of caffeine, and decaffeinated beverages. Discusses the potential for addiction in caffeine users. Advises patients about consumption of caffeine beverages.
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Appetite Control & Suppression

Describes how appetite is normally regulated. Cites how appetite can become dysregulated and contribute to weight gain and obesity. Describes a range of factors that can influence appetite control. Identifies lifestyle interventions that can be used to regain appetite control. Identifies the role of appetitesuppressing medications.
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Arthritis, Diet & Exercise

Discusses the various forms of arthritis, its prevalence in the US population, symptoms, and risk factors. Describes the evidence for a connection between arthritis and diet, and discuss various types of diets, antioxidants, and vitamin supplements. Explains the benefits of exercise for patients with arthritis. Identifies the various forms of exercise suitable for arthritis patients, and how they may decrease or prevent arthritis symptoms. Discusses the role of social workers, physical therapists, and occupational therapists in the management of arthritis.