Name __________________________________ Date __________________ Anticipation Guide: “Exercise May Help Beat the Common Cold” Directions: Before you read the article, read the statements below and mark them as True or False in the Before column. After you read the article, reread the statements. Using your new knowledge, mark the statements again as True or False in the After column. Be sure to provide evidence from the article to validate your True or False answer. Before After Evidence 1. In the U.S., on average adults catch 6-10 colds per year. 2. People who exercise 5+ times per week get fewer colds. 3. There is no difference in the number of colds caught between people who exercise 5+ times per week and those who exercise 1 day per week. 4. People who exercise suffer less severe colds than those who do not. 5. Factors that affect colds are exercise, age, BMI, and education. 6. Exercise activates the immune system at a higher rate than normal, causing immune cells to attack viruses. 7. Being younger, female, and married reduces the frequency of colds.
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