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close this bookHealth Education Syllabus for Secondary Schools (UNICEF, 46 p.)
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View the documentSECTION B - PRIMARY HEALTH CARE
View the documentSECTION D - WATER AND ENVIRONMENTAL SANITATION
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View the documentSECTION I - COMMUNICABLE DISEASES
View the documentSECTION J - NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES
View the documentSECTION K - MENTAL HEALTH
View the documentSECTION O - ALCOHOL AND ALCOHOLISM
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View the documentSECTION S - BODY SYSTEMS

SECTION J - NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES

2.0

Inherited abnormalities

What an inherited abnormality is. Inherited versus congenital abnormalities; autosomal dominant, autosomal recessive, sex-linked, sex-limited traits, and polygenic inheritance. Features for each type of inheritance and diseases in the category. Inherited metabolic disorders.






Carbohydrate, amino acid, and lipid metabolic disorders.




2.1

Causes, signs and symptoms.

Causes, signs and symptoms, for diseases in each group.




2.2

Prevention and treatment

Prevention, treatment and possible outcomes for each of the conditions.