problem 1: How good is USDA food pyramid as a guide for the healthy diets? What might be incorrect with it?
problem 2: In deciding which carbohydrates to eat people frequently classify them as simple or complicated. Most of the doctors, for illustration, still recommend diabetics avoid simple sugars and eat complex carbohydrates rather. What are complex versus simple carbohydrates and is this a good difference to make in terms of health? Do we have an improved guide to which carbohydrates to eat?
problem 3: There are numerous issues facing the public health system. Rising costs, an aging population and rapid growth of new medications and treatments all challenge us to find out answers to complex problems. Such problems ultimately comprise the health outcomes of the populations of real people.
problem 4: Recognize two challenges facing public health and describe how the tools and guidelines of epidemiological study apply to finding answers and strategies for meeting such challenges. Use illustrations as much as possible and support your answers with references from the readings.
problem 5: describe the three kinds of mammals based on how their young growth?
problem 6: Fish don’t all have the similar skeletal structure? describe the difference among fish from the most primitive to more advanced kinds.