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1.

Skin Cancer Prevention

Number FS037

What is skin cancer? Your skin is made of cells that are constantly changing. Normal healthy cells eventually grow old and are replaced by new healthy cells. Cancer develops when new cells form tha...

February 2013

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Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Number FS022

What are sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)? Sexually transmitted diseases are infections that can be spread through vaginal–penile, anal, or oral sex. Sexually transmitted diseases are passed betw...

January 2010

3.

Quick Reference Card on Coding

Elements Included in History Component History of Present Illness Location, quality duration, severity, timing, context, modifying factors, associated signs, and symptoms

January 2010

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Vaccine Administration Record for Children and Teens

1. Record the generic abbreviation for the type of vaccine given (e.g., DTaP-Hib, PCV), not the trade name. 2. Record the source of the vaccine given as either F (Federally-supported), S (State- supp...

January 2010

5.

Contraception

What is contraception? Contraception or birth control helps stop you from becoming pregnant. Each month an egg is released from the female ovary (ovulation). If the egg is met by a sperm, the egg can...

January 2010

6.

Lesbian Teens

Number FS013

What is sexual orientation? Sexuality is a natural part of every human being. Sexual orientation is about the direction of a person’s emotional connections, attractions, and sometimes about whom the...

January 2010

7.

Human Papillomavirus

Number FS011

What is human papillomavirus (HPV)? Human papillomavirus is a family of viruses that causes infection on the skin or mucous membranes of various areas of the body. There are many different types of ...

January 2010

8.

First Reproductive Health Visit

Number FS010

It is recommended that adolescent girls see a gynecologist for the first time when they are between the ages of 13 years and 15 years. Why should you go to a gynecologist? Getting to know your heal...

January 2010

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Emergency Contraception

Number FS008

What is emergency contraception? Emergency contraception is a way of preventing pregnancy after unprotected sex. The most common type of emergency contraception involves taking hormonal pills (usua...

January 2010

10.

Stress and Trauma

Number FS023

What should you know about stress? Stress is what people feel when reacting to pressure or worry. Stress is a normal reaction to many things. Stress is caused by emotions, but it can affect your body...

January 2009