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Funnel . small paintbrush . beaker . water, enough to fill the beaker twice . a place to pour out the water . measuring cup Safety Precautions Please review and follow the safety guidelines at the beginning of this volume. What You Do 1. Pour about 8 oz (227 ml) of molasses into the jar. 2. Close the lid tightly. 3. Move the jar around to coat the sides with the molasses (Figure 1). Lid Molasses coating Jar Molasses Figure 1 FIGURE 1 4. Observe the jar. The amount of molasses in the jar is the equivalent to the amount of tar that accumulates in the lungs of EBNER Health Science Experiments Fig 8-1 © Infobase Publishing Published by Infobase Publishing All electronic storage, reproduction, or transmittal is copyright protected by the publisher.

When I am stressed, I prefer to be with people: 25. When I am stressed, I prefer to be alone: 26. I have a long-term goal: . . Health 27. I eat a balanced diet: 28. I exercise regularly: 29. I like to eat this food: 30. I do not like eating this food: © Infobase Publishing . . Published by Infobase Publishing All electronic storage, reproduction, or transmittal is copyright protected by the publisher. 3. Self-esteem 17 Observations 1. Did you learn anything new about yourself? 2. If someone were to see your poster, would they learn a lot about you?

15. Repeat steps 1 to 13 on yourself. © Infobase Publishing Published by Infobase Publishing All electronic storage, reproduction, or transmittal is copyright protected by the publisher. 4. taking Blood pressure 23 Data Table Blood pressure Adult Friend Child Self 1 2 3 Average reading: (1st + 2nd + 3rd) ÷ 3 Observations 1. Was it difficult to determine the blood pressure of your volunteers and yourself? Why or why not? 2. Research blood pressure on the Internet. What would be considered high blood pressure?

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