Prepare and submit a paper on one of the listed subjects .Your paper should be a minimum of 250 words in length (1-2 pages double-spaced), in 12 point, Times New Roman type, and meet the following minimum objectives:1) provide a review, reflection, and response to the topic, which should involve learning from your readings and personal research, self-assessments, class activities; and/or any other engagement with the web links and other materials in this class; 2) provide an assessment of how you think the disease may have affected you, someone you know, or society in general, and how you can apply your present knowledge of the health risks associated with the disease; and,3) provide some advice relating to this general topic of the disease that you might give yourself or others regarding the benefits of a pro-active approach to a healthy lifestyle.Type and save file as word file and attach by deadline Write your term paper on any of the following subjects:Alzheimer Disease Multiple Sclerosis Crohns Disease Meningitis Bone Cancer2. Core objective: A minimum 25 word interpretation of a data or graph artifact on a course related topic using standard written English in the comment section. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), recommends that adults ages 18 to 64 engage in regular aerobic physical activity for 2.5 hours at moderate intensityor 1.25 hours at vigorous intensityeach week. Moderate activities are those during which a person could talk but not sing. Vigorous activities are those during which a person could say only a few words without stopping for breath. Start here with your 25 word interpretation of this graph as it relates to the estimated possible health benefits of physical activity.
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