Pretty confident that it was BStill confused with 10! I was tossing up between B and C, still unsure, looks like others were too ^
Naa think you'd be mistaken (inb4 i make a dick of myself) but I was going to go with B, then realised it was too misleading. Males have greater risks for CVD and especially in "early life" ie) 0-->25 they have higher incidences of suicide and road incidents too, thus contributing to their lower health status.. B is essentially a part of C so i reckon it's the better option.Pretty confident that it was B
Nup that's gotta be Developing personal skills.. all about educating the individual, policy would be implementing 0 tolerance for learner and p plater drivers.And what did everyone put for question 4 for the road education? heard people were tossing up between building healthy public policy and developing personal skills?
Yeah thats what i thought.. Same as question 4.. It was developing personal skillsi did unwillingness to seek medical assisatnce for males with lower health because of the 'earlier in life' sounded wrong
Pretty sure atherosclerosis is a "cardiovascular condition"; as it itself has its own causes (smoking, high fat diet)..what did you guys do for the cardiovascular disease one? I put peripheral vascular disease because atherosclerosis is not a condition its a underlying cause.