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PowerPoint Presentation By: Jessica Lee Online ENS; Health Only

Personal Health History:

Personal Health History

My Name Origin:

My Name Origin I was born on January 19, 1996 in Seoul, Korea. My full name is Jessica Yoona Lee In Korean culture, most parents would trace back to their ancestors to find a common character and use for a portion of their child’s name, which usually has no more than two syllables. However, it’s usually the boys who have this tradition passed on. The last part of building a name has to do with the Lunar calendar; the child’s birth year, date, and time. In my name, Yoona, the first syllable of my name, Yoo, means gentle and soft. The second part of my name, na, means great, and selfless. After I moved to the U.S., my first cousin and my dad decided to name me Jessica, which means wealthy.

Family Health History:

Family Health History

The Lee Family Tree:

The Lee Family Tree The Lee Family Tree

Health Interview:

Health Interview I interviewed my grandmother on my dad’s side, who was born in 1919, August 6. Since her husband’s parents are North Korean escapees, and since she lived through the Korean War, I thought it’d be interesting to get to know about her health back then. 1.) Where were you born? A- Incheon, South Korea. 2.) Where were you raised? A- I was raised in Incheon until I was 19 years old, then I moved to the capital, Seoul, South Korea. 3.) Because of the Korea war going on at that time, what foods were usually available to eat? A- Regular foods such as meat or even candies were very rare, so we usually ended up sometimes taking tree bark, and boil it to make soup and eat that. Or other days we’d eat rice porridge. 4.) Did relatives or friends often get sick eating according to that kind of diet? A- Other than extreme starvation, there were no other severe cases of sickness. 5.) Were any serious diseases going on back then? A- None that I was exposed to other than serious starvation. 6.) How was your personal health as a child? A- I’d say I was somewhat healthy and physically active as a child. 7.) As a young adult? A- I was an active smoker, so my breath became short. 8.) How often would you smoke? A- Almost every day. At least one cigarette a day.

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9.) Has that affected you over the years? A- not really, other than the shortage of my breath. 10.) Do you think you were athletic as an adult? A- Not as much as other people, but I was average. 11.) Do you think your diet has affected your lifestyle? A- Yes, but in a positive way because I am working on building a healthier diet. 12.) What does your diet consist of now days? A- Korean food. Very healthy, consisting of rice, and kimchi. Sometimes a glass of soju (Korean liquor) 13.) Do you exercise? A- I take walks in my stroller around my neighborhood, but I must now mostly rely on wheelchairs. 14.) What do you regret not doing for your health? A- I regret starting to smoke at such a young age. 15.) What are current health issues for you now? A- My disabilities to walk long distances, and I have severe artheritis. 16.) Were there any doctors you had access to during your childhood? A- There were a few, but not very many. 17.) Do you still continue to smoke? A- Yes, but very rarely. 18.) Now that you’ve cut down on smoking, how do you feel it has impacted your health? A- I feel a little more able to breath easier, and I’ve been more active than usual these days. 19.) How often do you drink? A- Like smoking, very rarely. Maybe once every 6 months.

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20.) How much would you drink at once? A- Maybe about 3 small cup fulls at a time. 21.) Do you think THAT has majorly affected your health? A- I don’t feel any difference, I just drink with family on special occasions. 22.) How is your physical condition today? A- Surprisingly, much better than I was 6 years ago. I’m more active, and I feel so much better. 23.) Do you think your current day condition would be better if you had present-day medical equipment was available back then? A- Definently. Then, I’d have more knowledge of how bad smoking is for you . 24.) Are you on any medications? A- I’m on pills for my artheritis, and five other pills for my stomach, brain, and heart. 25.) Why do you think your health has gotten so much better? A- Mostly because of me smoking less frequently and drinking less frequently and exercising more often.

How My Family Came to America:

How My Family Came to America During the early 1900's, my great grandfather on my dad's side successfully escaped the harsh imprisonment in North Korea to start a new life in Incheon, South Korea, where my grandmother was born. Later on, my dad, who had been busy with his designing career, got recruited by the Qualcomm artistic department in the U.S. after he designed the Samsung logo. Although my dad had lived in the U.S. multiple times, this time, we decided we would permanently reside in the U.S. At that time, I was a little past 3 years of age, and shortly after we moved, my sister was born.

My Family’s Health History:

My Family ’ s Health History In my family, there aren’t that many cases of genetic diseases such as cancer, or diabetes. My uncle on my dad’s side is currently diagnosed with liver cancer, but he is doing fine. My grandmother is diagnosed with alzheimer’s disease, and is currently taking memory pills. My deceased grandfather on my dad’s side had high blood pressure and died of stroke. My grandmother on my mom’s side, however, died naturally of old age, but my grandfather died when my mom was 12 because of diabetes.

Fitness Data and Nutrition:

Fitness Data and Nutrition

Studying per Night :

Studying per Night Day One: 40 mins. Day Two: 1 hr. 10 mins. Day Three: 20 mins. Day Four: 2 hrs. Day Five: 40 mins. Total time spent on studying: 4 hours 50 mins. I would think that I am spending an adequate amount of time on my homework per night. I’d say that the grades you receive in school reflect the amount of studying done in that week.

Sleep per Night:

Sleep per Night Day One: 9 hours Day Two: 7 hours Day Three: 7 hours Day Four: 6 hours Day Five: 6 hours Total Time: 35 hours As the week progresses, the amount of sleep decreases, which may be a resultant of me waking up earlier than normal people.

TV watching per Night:

TV watching per Night Days 1-5: 0 hours Total Time: 0 hours Since my parents cut off cable some 2 years ago, I’ve been focusing more on my studies and getting my homework done.

Computer Use:

Computer Use Day One: 2 hours Day Two: 1 hour Day Three: 1 hour and 30 mins. Day Four: 1 hour Day Five: 2 hours Total Time: 7 hours and 30 mins. Normally, I use the computer to type things up for my classes, and complete my online assignments, but often, I’d also go on youtube, or check facebook.

Phone Use:

Phone Use Day One: 19 mins. Day Two: 13 mins. Day Three: 16 mins. Day Four: 24 mins. Day Five: 12 mins. Total Time: 84 mins. I’m not that big of a texter, but when I do use my phone, it’s usually school related. I also sometimes text my other friends that don’t go to Westview.

Totals:

Totals Studying Time per Week: 4 hours 50 mins. Sleep Time per Week: 35 hours TV Time per Week: 0 hours Computer Time per Week: 7 hours 30 mins. Phone Time per Week: 84 mins. Total Time: 46 hours 44 mins. The one area I would try to improve in is the sleep category. I definently do not feel that I am getting the right amount of sleep, and it could help me to focus more in school, as well as at home.

Social and Emotional Health:

Social and Emotional Health

Hobbies/ Interests:

Hobbies/ Interests My hobbies consist of ice skating, reading, watching movies, and playing the piano. I have had 2 dogs, but one one ran away. The one I have now is a Yorkie named Barbie, she is now 7 years old. My favorite trip was in 2007 to Boston, Massachusetts for a skating competition with my skating team and family. There, we saw the Harvard University campus and walked around Time Square in New York. Some of my closest friends include Michelle Lee, Chelsea Park, Kathy Kang, Alecxis Santos, Helen Lee, and Rosa Chung. Some of my previous schools were Scripps Ranch Montessori, Sundance Elementary School, Deer Canyon Elementary School, Mesa Verde Middle School, and now, here, at Westview High School. Although I am not currently in any clubs, some of the clubs here that caught my eye are NHS, and best buddies.

Health Triangle:

Health Triangle Physical : I get plenty of exercise. I eat healthy foods, and maintain a healthy weight. I also drink plenty of water during the day. Mental/ Emotional : I can keep a positive attitude. I am good at focusing. I can also be a fast learner, and I can push myself to get things done. Social : I usually get along with others. I am also good at keeping in touch with old friends, and making new ones. I am also good at helping others Due to my studies and extracurricular activities, the social side of my triangle has been shortened because of all the studying, and homework. But what I have noticed is that even with too much or too little homework, it can have a large impact on the balance of your life. If even one part of your triangle is uneven with the other parts, it affects the other regions of your triangle.

Picture Timeline:

Picture Timeline

This is a picture of me when I was about three years old, when I still lived in Seoul, South Korea. :

This is a picture of me when I was about three years old, when I still lived in Seoul, South Korea.

This is a picture of me at age 6 for my very first piano recital. This was taken at my old house in Mira Mesa. :

This is a picture of me at age 6 for my very first piano recital. This was taken at my old house in Mira Mesa.

In this picture, I am about 8 years old. My sister and I are in the airport, waiting for our flight to Korea to visit relatives with my mom and dad. :

In this picture, I am about 8 years old. My sister and I are in the airport, waiting for our flight to Korea to visit relatives with my mom and dad.

In this picture, my sister and I are posing in front of our new Christmas tree during the Christmas when I was 10 years old. :

In this picture, my sister and I are posing in front of our new Christmas tree during the Christmas when I was 10 years old.

This picture was taken the summer before I started 8th grade on a trip to the beach with one of my friends, Rosa Chung. I was 13. :

This picture was taken the summer before I started 8th grade on a trip to the beach with one of my friends, Rosa Chung. I was 13.

The beginning of Freshman year! This is a picture of me and a group of my friends, a typical day at lunch. :

The beginning of Freshman year! This is a picture of me and a group of my friends, a typical day at lunch.

This is the beginning of my 2010-2011 ice skating season. In this picture, I’m posed with my entire team for our official group photo.:

This is the beginning of my 2010-2011 ice skating season. In this picture, I ’ m posed with my entire team for our official group photo.

Personal Crest:

Personal Crest 1.) My greatest personal achievement was winning the national skating championship title in 2010 with my team. 2.) My happiest moment was when I graduated the 8th grade, and finally getting to start high school. 3.) My family’s greatest achievement was having a chance to finally buy a home here in America when we moved from Korea. 4.) Something I can try to do better is to listen to my parents’ ideas more and try to understand that they only want the best for me. 5.) If I had a year to live, and was guaranteed success, I’d sightsee all over the world, and have a chance to see all my relatives. 6.) Three words: diligent, honest, unafraid. 7.) My full given name is Jessica Yoona ( 유나 ) Lee.

Unique Self:

Unique Self I chose the song “Firework” by Katy Perry to describe myself. I chose this song because in the beginning, the lyrics go, “do you ever feel like a plastic bag drifting through the wind, wanting to start again?” and I feel that this is a common feeling for most teens, including me, especially because with all the stress we’re under, and depression can really hit under pressure. The song then goes, “Cause there’s a spark in you, you just gotta ignite the light... Cause baby you’re a firework, come on show ‘em what you’re worth.” This part of the song resembles what teens should try to see in themselves; their potential to succeed, and to do great things.

Firework: Katy Perry :

Firework: Katy Perry Do you ever feel like a plastic bag Drifting throught the wind Wanting to start again Do you ever feel, feel so paper thin Like a house of cards One blow from caving in Do you ever feel already buried deep Six feet under scream But no one seems to hear a thing Do you know that there's still a chance for you Cause there's a spark in you You just gotta ignite the light And let it shine Just own the night
Like the Fourth of July Cause baby you're a firework Come on show 'em what you're worth Make 'em go "Oh, oh, oh!" As you shoot across the sky-y-y Baby you’re a firework Come on let you colors burst Make ‘em go “Oh, oh, oh!” You’re gonna leave ‘em fallin’ down-own-own You don’t have to feel like a waste of space You’re original, cannot be replaced If you only knew what the future holds After a hurricane comes a rainbow Maybe you’re reason why all the doors are closed So you could open one that leads you to the perfect road Like a lightning bolt, you heart will blow And when it’s time, you’ll know You just gotta ignite the light and let it shine Just own the night Like the Fourth of July Cause baby you're a firework Come on show 'em what you're worth Make 'em go "Oh, oh, oh!" As you shoot across the sky-y-y Baby you're a firework
Come on let your color burst Make 'em go "Oh, oh, oh!" You're gonna leave 'em all in awe-awe-awe" Boom, boom, boom Even brighter than the moon, moon, moon It's always been inside of you, you, you And now it's time to let it through Cause baby you're a firework Come on show 'em what your worth Make 'em go "Oh, oh, oh!” As you shoot across the sky-y-y Baby you're a firework Come on slet your colors burst Make 'em go "Oh, oh, oh!" You're gonna leave 'em all in awe-awe-awe Boom, boom, boom Even brighter than the moon, moon, moon Boom, boom, boom Even brighter than the moon, moon, moon

My Sef-Portrait:

My Sef-Portrait

Future Aspirations:

Future Aspirations

My Wonderful Mother:

My Wonderful Mother Although I love my parents equally and wholeheartedly, my dad was never really around as much as my mom was, so she was often the first to praise me, scold me, and to teach me things about growing up and about life. I’ve always thought down upon my mom’s words telling me to get started on homework and things like that, but as I got older, her words of annoyance became words of wisdom. If it weren’t for my mother’s ways of always believing in me, supporting, and pushing me to do my best, I may not be the same person I am today.

Dear Mom,:

Dear Mom, I know that with me entering high school, SATs coming up, tests and all the stress being piled up on you and me, it’s been very difficult these days, and I’ve been talking back at you, or not listening to you as I should. But I just wanted to say how much you’ve made a difference in my life. And I know that I often don’t appreciate your words as I should, but I’ll be forever grateful of your support and encouragement. Love, Jessica Lee

3, 5 and 10 years later:

3, 5 and 10 years later In three years, when I am a senior ready to go out to college, I see family life the same way it is now. I also hope to see myself get into decent colleges and prepare for graduation. I also hope to find some sort of temporary work as a senior to earn some money for college. Five years from now, I am hoping to see myself at a decent college with good grades. I am also hoping that I stay in close contact with my family, and by this time, I should have a temporary job, but be on the lookout for more of a permanent job. In ten years from now, I can see myself working and studying towards becoming a doctor, and by this time, have picked out a good job. Although I don’t know where I’d want to go for Medical School, I can see myself still visiting my family from time to time, and staying in close touch with them.

One thing I could accomplish::

One thing I could accomplish: If I were able to accomplish one thing, it’d be to achieve a Ph.D and become a physician at a hospital.

The Media and Me: :

The Media and Me: On days where I barely have any homework, I spend most of my free time listening to the radio and relaxing, or watching movies. Often times I'd be curious and Google celebrities in upcoming movies, or something. However, with the media slowly taking control of my style, and personality, I really felt myself change along with the music I listen to. I would also look at celebrities for reference for my style of clothing. I also became more self- aware and self-conscious of myself as I saw slender celebrities pop up on my computer screen. These days, I'm doing the best i can to not let the entertainment industries influence who i am.

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Billboard & Slogan Stay true to yourself By BEING yourself.

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