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HPR 205 Week 1 Discussion 1

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HPR 205 Week 1 Discussion 2

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HPR 205 Week 1 Laboratory Assignment Evaluating Homeostasis


For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com HPR 205 Week 1 Laboratory Assignment Evaluating Homeostasis Scientific Method. Due by Day 7. Prior to working on the lab exercise, watch the How to Formulate a Hypothesis video. To view the lab exercises, log into the eScience Labs student portal. Register your account using the code sent to you by the bookstore. Keep your login and password information as you will use the portal again in each of the upcoming weeks. By completing the Week One lab exercise, you will learn how to look at data using the scientific method. This includes scientific observation, variables, controls, and errors, methods of collecting data, data analysis, calculations, scientific reasoning, and writing a lab report. In the exercise, you are asked to partner with another person, who is capable of doing physical exercise for one minute. A resting heart rate and post-exercise heart rate will be taken and recorded. Use the heart rate information to complete the Respiratory and Heart Rate Table. You will create a hypothesis to predict what the physiological response is to exercise and how this helps the body maintain homeostasis. Finally, answer lab questions that address the different elements of the scientific method. You will complete your answers on the Lab Report form linked in the Week One lab exercise area on the eScience Lab portal. Please open the form, click on File, choose Save As, and save to a folder where you can find the form later, add your answers, and Save again. Finally, you will attach and submit the form to Waypoint in the Week One Laboratory in the Ashford University classroom. Please note: the document must be attached and submitted to Waypoint. Assignments that are copied and pasted into the comment box or emailed to the instructor will not be accepted and will receive a zero score.


Your assignment must be formatted according to APA guidelines as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.

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HPR 205 Week 1 Quiz

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HPR 205 Week 2 Discussion 1

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HPR 205 Week 2 Discussion 2

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HPR 205 Week 2 Laboratory Assignment Muscle Fatigue

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HPR 205 Week 2 Quiz

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HPR 205 Week 3 Discussion 1

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HPR 205 Week 3 Discussion 2


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HPR 205 Week 3 Laboratory Assignment Reflexes

For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com HPR 205 Week 3Laboratory AssignmentReflexes Nervous System: Special Senses. Due by Day 7. Log into eScience Labs to review the nervous system via animations and pre-lab readings for the exercise. The animations will address the anatomy of the ear, the sense of hearing, the sense of sight, the sense of smell, the sense of taste, reflex arc, and the 12 cranial nerves. The pre-lab readings will reinforce the different segments of the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system, the type of receptors that allow for the sense of touch and pain, and the anatomy and physiology of the remaining special sense organs. During the lab exercise, you will learn about the pupillary light reflex is and possible dysfunctions seen via this reflex. This exercise enables


you to see a reflex arc in action and to describe the steps of this function of the body. Further, you will learn how the cranial nerves function by testing the cranial nerves with a partner. Finally, you will perform an exercise in which you will experience how touch, temperature, and pain are differentiated. You will complete your answers on the Lab Report form linked in the Week Three lab exercise area on the eScience Lab portal. Open the form, click on File, choose Save As and save to a folder where you can find the form later. Enter your answers, and Save again. Attach and submit the form to the Week Three Laboratory Dropbox in the Ashford University classroom. Please note: The document must be attached and submitted to the Dropbox. Assignments that are copied and pasted into the comment box or emailed to the instructor will not be accepted and will receive a zero score.

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HPR 205 Week 4 Discussion 1

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HPR 205 Week 4 Laboratory Assignment Blood Pressure

For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com HPR 205 Week 4 Laboratory Assignment Blood Pressure Blood Pressure. Due by Day 7. This week, you will log in to eScienceLabs to complete the two lab exercise assignments. These labs cover the cCirculatory and reproductive systems. You will learn about these systems via animations and pre-lab readings for the exercises. The animations will address the anatomy and physiology of blood and the heart, the circulatory system, blood pressure, and the reproductive system. The pre-lab readings will reinforce the elements of the circulatory system, including the role the respiratory system plays, the branches of the circulatory system, blood pressure, and cardiac output. You will view the Blood Pressure Virtual Lab animation before completing the Lab Report data and questions; data from the animation will be used in the Lab Report. Throughout the Blood Pressure lab, you will learn the basics on how to take a blood pressure reading, how blood pressure shows circulatory health, and what the normal sounds of blood pressure indicate, and how exercise impacts blood pressure. For this assignment you must: Complete the blood pressure and pulse reading table. Answers questions one through six


Your assignment must be formatted according to APA guidelines as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.

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HPR 205 Week 4 Laboratory Assignment Reproductive System

For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com HPR 205 Week 4 Laboratory Assignment Reproductive System Reproductive System. Due by Day 7. Explore the Virtual Model links on the eScienceLabs portal to review the anatomy and answer the lab report questions. At the end of this lab exercise, you will be able to identify which anatomy is comparative in function in the male system versus the female system. You will fill in your answers on the Lab Report form linked in the Week Four lab exercise area on the eScience Lab portal. For this assignment you must: • Answer questions one through five. Your assignment must be formatted according to APA guidelines as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.


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HPR 205 Week 5 Discussion

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HPR 205 Week 5 Final Project Power Point Presentation

For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com HPR 205 Week 5 Final Project Power Point Presentation PowerPoint Presentation. Due by Day 7. In your role as a health care professional, you have been asked to speak to a community group


regarding the connection between the human body and disease. You have been asked to select one of the CDC’s top five diseases (heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes, or arthritis) that affects the systems explored in the class (see table below) and create a PowerPoint presentation that: Uses lay-person and medical terminology to describe the anatomical and physiological changes associated with the condition. Describes proper functioning of the primary system(s) that is/are affected by the chronic disease you select: o Major organ(s) o Essential functions o Importance to health Evaluates the dysfunction as a result of your chosen disease and describes the following: o Contributing factors o The nature of the dysfunction o The effect on other systems(comorbidities) Evaluates at least one genetic factor and at least two lifestyle factors that contribute to the onset of the disease. Analyzes at least two preventive actions people can take to reduce their risk of getting the disease. Analyzes at least two environmental elements that contribute to the onset and progression of the disease. Examples include: air quality, chemicals in products regularly used and/or consumed, food quality, consumption of soda and caffeine, petroleum-based chemicals used on and in food, genetically modified foods, impact of plastic, tobacco use and/or second-hand smoke, UV light exposure, environmental carcinogens, etcetera. Analyze ways in which the treatment of the disease can negatively impact the environment. Examples include: medical and household waste, recycling challenges, radiation, and production of electricity, water usage, paper usage, air pollution, and etcetera. Systems covered in class: Skeletal Muscle Integumentary Nervous


Special Senses Endocrine Cardiovascular Respiratory Reproductive Lymph/immune Urinary Gastrointestinal Please note: You must create original work for this assignment. Submitting previously used material is unacceptable.

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HPR 205 Week 5 Laboratory Assignment Urinalysis

For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com HPR 205 Week 5 Laboratory Assignment Urinalysis Renal System. Due by Day 7. Log in to eScienceLabs to review the urinary system via animations and pre-lab readings for the exercise. The animations will address the anatomy of the urinary, also known as renal system, the structure of the kidney, the vascular system associated with the kidney, and blood pressure. The pre-lab readings will reinforce the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system as


well as how blood pressure impacts the function of the kidneys, and how the function of the kidneys impacts a person’s blood pressure. At the conclusion of this lab exercise, you will understand and be able to use normal urinary analysis findings to make a diagnosis based on urinalysis data and other findings provided in multiple scenarios. Additionally, you will learn how urine indicates overall hydration, health problems that can be identified through urine color, and why taking a regular urinalysis is important in pregnant women. Answer the questions on the respective Lab Report form. For this Assignment you must: Complete tables two through five. Answer questions one through six on the respective Lab Report form. Your assignment must be formatted according to APA guidelines as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.

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