Risk and protective factors

IB Psychology: Risk and protective factors

There are several basic factors which influence one’s health; some of the most important ones include nutrition, level of physical exercise, smoking and drinking behaviour, drug use, sleep regimen and even such things as wearing a seatbelt. These factors have a direct influence on many health problems. However, how a person behaves in these aspects of life is determined by other overarching factors – some of them...


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