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A merchant bought 30 dozen pairs of gloves. How many individual gloves did the merchant buy? A. 360 B. 420 C. 720 D. 300

Weegy: A merchant bought 30 dozen pairs of gloves. He bought 720 individual gloves. 30*2*12=720

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Define stress.

Weegy: Stress is a feeling of emotional or physical tension.

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Question 13 of 20 :Select the best answer for the question13. How did the Constitution set up the legislative branch?

Weegy: The Constitution set up the Legislative Branch with: Two representative [ houses. ]

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When only certain EOCT members or organizations are activated to monitor a credible threat which activation level has been implemented?

Weegy: Enhanced Steady-State/Partial Activation Level has been implemented when only certain EOC team members or organizations are activated to monitor a credible threat.

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am atom of chlorine has several valence in its

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Which of these is NOT a tool that you would need at the incident? A. Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) B. Exercise Plan C. Agency Procedures Manual D. Maps of the affected area

Weegy: Exercise Plan is NOT a tool that you would need at the incident.

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On a topographic map, the elevation of an area with contour lines that are very far apart is _____. a. constantly changing b.very steep c. nearly flat d. mountainous

Weegy: On a topographic map, the elevation of an area with contour lines that are very far apart is nearly flat.

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an atom of chlorine has several valence in its

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You want to learn about your congressperson’s voting record. Where would you find information on how they voted? A. House records B. Congressional record C. Speaker’s notes D. Petition

Weegy: You want to learn about your congressperson’s voting record. You would find you congress person’s record in the Congressional Records.

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Which of the following is the correct format for an MLA in-text citation for an article with no known author?A. (“Title” page)B. [“Title” page]C. (Title page)D. “Title” page

Weegy: (“Title” page) is the correct format for an MLA in-text citation for an article with no known author.

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In addition to surface tension, what’s responsible for driving ocean waves? A. Thermohaline circulation B. The Coriolis effect C. Centrifugal force D. Drag from wind

Weegy: In addition to surface tension, drag from wind is responsible for driving ocean waves.

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In “To Kill A Mockingbird”, what did Scout decide about school? Question 3 options: a) She was going to get good grades b) She was changing schools c) She didn’t want to go to school anymore d) She was going to become a teacher

Weegy: In “To Kill A Mockingbird”, Scout decides about school that: She didn’t want to go to school anymore.

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Thousands of years ago, the climate of the Bering Land Bridge was __________.A.subarcticB.semiaridC.tropicalD.tundra

Weegy: Thousands of years ago, the climate of the Bering Land Bridge was subarctic.

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How did the political parties affect voter turnout when they were stronger? A. Voter turnout was very high. B. Voter turnout was lower. C. Voter turnout was 100%. D. Voter turnout was the same.

Weegy: Voter turnout was very high is how the political parties affect voter turnout when they were stronger.

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The three life-threatening conditions that always get first priority are obstructed airway, excessive bleeding, and:

Weegy: The three life threatening conditions that always get first priority are obstructed airway, excessive bleeding and shock.

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Which of the following is an example of responsive caregiving

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Which of the following is not part of the job search preparation checklist? A. Fact sheet B. R sum C. Follow-up plan D. Self assessment

Weegy: Fact sheet – is not part of the job search preparation checklist.

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5 Risk Factors for Heart Attacks

Some of the risk factors that are associated with heart attacks are things that you can’t change — such as your age. However, there are risk factors you can address that reduce your likelihood of having a heart attack. 

At Heart & Vascular Institute, many of our patients have both types of risk factors. Our outstanding providers can help you understand what kinds of lifestyle changes you can make to reduce your risk of heart attack. 

Three categories of risk 

Cardiologists classify risk into three broad categories: 

  • Major risk factors — significantly increase your chance of having cardiovascular disease

  • Modifiable risk factors — can be changed

  • Contributable risk factors — have an unclear association with cardiovascular disease

Some of the major risk factors that can’t be changed are things like your age, sex, and family history. If you have one or more risks you can’t change, it’s even more important to make adjustments to those you can change. 

5 modifiable risk factors

Making lifestyle changes can be challenging, but certainly not more challenging than learning to live with heart failure or worse. By addressing the following five areas, you lessen your chance of having a heart attack — and improve your overall health. 

1. Quit smoking

You already know that it’s bad for you, but you might think that tobacco smoke mostly raises your risk for developing lung cancer. The fact is, if you smoke, your chances of having a heart attack are far higher when compared to a person who doesn’t smoke. 

Smoking damages your blood vessels, making them less flexible. Additionally, smoking interacts with other risk factors, so while it’s an independent risk factor, it also impacts the severity of other risk factors. 

2. Change your diet

If you have high blood cholesterol, you have a higher risk of heart attack. The higher your cholesterol, the higher your risk. Cholesterol levels aren’t entirely modifiable, because your age, sex, and family history play a role, but you can help lower your cholesterol through your diet. 

To help lower your cholesterol, choose a heart-healthy diet that’s composed of whole grains, poultry, fish, nuts, fruits, and vegetables and low in sodium, red meat, processed foods, dairy, fried foods, and sugary foods and beverages. 

3. Exercise regularly

If you work at a desk all day, then come home and watch TV for a little while before going to bed, you live a fairly sedentary lifestyle. Lack of physical activity is a risk factor for heart attack. 

Even if you aren’t sitting at a desk at work, you probably aren’t getting your heart rate up. It’s important to exercise for about 30 minutes a day, or 150 minutes a week, at a level that makes you a bit breathless. 

If you’re not sure what your target heart rate is for exercise, we can help you figure that out. 

4. Lower stress

Life is often hectic and difficult. Having your doctor tell you to lower your stress levels can feel frustrating. Here are some actionable tips: 

  • Practice meditation or breathing exercises for five minutes each day

  • Schedule time for a hobby you enjoy

  • Work on your sleep hygiene

  • Exercise, outside if at all possible

  • Reduce the number of voluntary obligations in your life 

Essentially, lowering stress involves stepping back a little and making more time to take care of yourself. It can be challenging, but the effort is worth the result. 

5. Maintain a healthy weight

Happily, all of the other tips in this post can help you lose extra weight, and can help you stay at a healthy weight. Exercise, a healthy diet, better sleep, and less stress have all been shown to help people lose weight. 

If you have known risk factors for coronary heart disease, or you have questions about what you can do to lower your risk, schedule an appointment at one of our three Heart & Vascular Institute offices, in Dearborn, Detroit, and Southfield, Michigan.

Our providers and staff are happy to answer your questions and help you reduce your risk of heart attack! 

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