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  1. A health-literate individual

    a) understands basic health information and services and uses these sources to promote health and wellness.

    b) puts his or her own health before any other consideration, such as family or community.

    c) understands that serious disease only strikes the elderly.

    d) believes only what he or she wants to believe about health.
    A health-literate individual :

    A ) understands basic health information and services and uses these sources to promote health and wellness.
  2. Which of the following best describes the health triangle?

    a) When two sides of the triangle are strong, the third will take care of itself.

    b) It is best to focus on improving one side of the triangle at a time.

    c) To be truly healthy, all three sides need to be in balance.

    d) The triangle has two sides that are more important to overall health then the other.
    Which of the following best describes the health triangle?


    C) To be truly healthy, all three sides need to be in balance.
  3. Abstinence can lead to

    a) getting a sexually transmitted disease.

    b) an addiction to alcohol or tobacco.

    c) an unplanned pregnancy

    d) a lower risk of disease.
    Abstinence can lead to

    D ) a lower risk of disease.
  4. The three elements of your health triangle are :

    a) relationships, physical exercise, and stress management.

    b) heredity, lifestyle factors, and nutrition.

    c) physical, mental / emotional, and social health.

    d) risk behavior, prevention, and environment.
    The three elements of your health triangle are :

    C) physical, mental / emotional, and social health.
  5. The dynamic nature of our health means that

    a) it is constantly changing

    b) we have little control over it.

    c) it changes very slowly

    d) it is largely inherited.
    The dynamic nature of our health means that

    A) it is constantly changing
  6. Which influence on health cannot be changed?

    a) the environment

    b) technology

    c) your values

    d) heredity
    Which influence on health cannot be changed?

    D) heredity
  7. Which of the following is most likely to be an unrealistic source of health information?

    a) an online chat room

    b) an encyclopedia

    c) a medical school's internet site

    d) a magazine written by health professionals.
    Which of the following is most likely to be an unrealistic source of health information?

    a) an online chat room
  8. Which of the following is needed for effective communication?

    a) making sure your facial expressions and gestures reflect your verbal message.

    b) interrupting the speaker to ask questions.

    c) speaking in a sarcastic tone.

    d) using "you" messages to explain your point.
    Which of the following is needed for effective communication?

    a) making sure your facial expressions and gestures reflect your verbal message.
  9. Which is an internal influence on your health?

    a) your family

    b) your friends

    c) your likes and dislikes

    d) the media
    Which is an internal influence on your health?

    c) your likes and dislikes ******
  10. The key to conflict resolution is

    a) knowing when to give up and quit arguing.

    b) believing in yourself enough to convince the other person you are right.

    c) having respect for the other person's rights.

    d) continuing the discussion until you get your way.
    The key to conflict resolution is

    c) having respect for the other person's rights.
  11. Which of the following accurately describes setting and reaching a goal?

    a) Punishment for failure is a better motivator than a reward for meeting a goal.

    b) Check your progress periodically and make any necessary adjustments.

    c) Breaking a goal down into smaller goals will only distract you.

    d) asking friends or family for help in reaching your goal is cheating.
    Which of the following accurately describes setting and reaching a goal?


    b) Check your progress periodically and make any necessary adjustments.
  12. Your beliefs and attitudes about what is important that help guide your behavior are your

    a) values

    b) role models

    c) decision-making skills

    d) options
    Your beliefs and attitudes about what is important that help guide your behavior are your

    c) decision-making skills
  13. When buying a jacket from an online clothing store, which question can only be answered once you have the jacket?

    a) If I want to return the jacket, how much, if anything, will I have to pay?

    b) Is the cost of shipping included in the price of the jacket?

    c) Is the Web site's description of the jacket accurate?

    d) Can I find the jacket at a better price in a traditional store?
    When buying a jacket from an online clothing store, which question can only be answered once you have the jacket?

    c) Is the Web site's description of the jacket accurate?
  14. Which agency should you contact when you have a problem with a locally owned business in your town?

    a) the Better Business Bureau

    b) the Federal Trade Commission

    c) the Consumers Union

    d) the Product Safety Commission
    Which agency should you contact when you have a problem with a locally owned business in your town?


    a) the Better Business Bureau
  15. Pills whose advertising promises to turn excess fat into lean muscle while you sleep are probably

    a) defective

    b) a miracle cure

    c) a case of health fraud

    d) a case of malpractice
    Pills whose advertising promises to turn excess fat into lean muscle while you sleep are probably

    c) a case of health fraud
  16. Victims of a potentially life-threatening illness or injury should go to

    a) a clinic.

    b) an emergency room

    c) a hospice

    d) an urgent care center
    Victims of a potentially life-threatening illness or injury should go to

    b) an emergency room
  17. The agency that ensures the safety of food, drugs, and cosmetics is the

    a) Food Safety and Inspection Service

    b) United States Department of Agriculture

    c) Department of Health and Human Services.

    d) Food and Drug Administration
    The agency that ensures the safety of food, drugs, and cosmetics is the


    d) Food and Drug Administration
  18. Which factor is the least important to consider then comparing products

    a) the cost of the product

    b) the features of a product

    c) recommendations from trusted friends and family

    d) the persuasive advertising for the product
    Which factor is the least important to consider then comparing products


    d) the persuasive advertising for the product
  19. A person with hypothermia

    a) has a sudden increase in body temperature

    b) should move to a cool place

    c) has frozen body tissue

    d) requires immediate medical attention
    A person with hypothermia


    d) requires immediate medical attention
  20. Muscle cramps are a possible effect of

    a) dehydration

    b) immobilization

    c) hypothermia

    d) application of light pressure
    Muscle cramps are a possible effect of


    a) dehydration
  21. Unusual weight gain or loss and sterility can result from

    a) inadequate rest

    b) dehydration

    c) anabolic steroid use

    d) excessive heat loss
    Unusual weight gain or loss and sterility can result from


    c) anabolic steroid use
  22. Frostbite can be prevented by

    a) dressing warmly and covering exposed skin

    b) drinking warm liquids

    c) wrapping yourself in a blanket

    d) wearing loose-fitting clothes
    Frostbite can be prevented by


    a) dressing warmly and covering exposed skin
  23. A condition when a bone slips from its normal position at a joint is referred to as

    a) tendonitis

    b) a fracture

    c) a dislocation

    d) a muscle strain
    A condition when a bone slips from its normal position at a joint is referred to as


    c) a dislocation
  24. A sedentary lifestyle will NOT lead to

    a) diabetes

    b) osteoporosis

    c) low cholesterol

    d) cardiovascular disease
    A sedentary lifestyle will NOT lead to


    c) low cholesterol
  25. Before exercising, you should allow your pulse rate to increase gradually by

    a) working out

    b) cooling down

    c) stretching out

    d) warming up
    Before exercising, you should allow your pulse rate to increase gradually by


    d) warming up
  26. Hunger is

    a) a desire for food

    b) a response to stretched stomach walls

    c) a physical need for food

    d) a learned response
    Hunger is


    c) a physical need for food
  27. Fat are a type of

    a) lipid

    b) mineral

    c) vitamin

    d) protein
    Fat are a type of


    a) lipid
  28. The nutrient that makes up the greatest percentage of the body is

    a) vitamin C

    b) water

    c) a complex carbohydrate

    d) protein
    The nutrient that makes up the greatest percentage of the body is


    b) water
  29. Which of the following is NOT a food group

    a) bread, cereal, rice, and pasta

    b) vegetables

    c) milk, yogurt, and cheese

    d) fats, oil, and sweets
    Which of the following is NOT a food group


    d) fats, oil, and sweets
  30. The Nutrition Facts panel of food labels include information on

    a) the number of calories per serving

    b) the price per unit

    c) the expiration date

    d) the cooking process used
    The Nutrition Facts panel of food labels include information on


    a) the number of calories per serving
  31. Which of the following is a nutrient-dense food?

    a) cheese

    b) pretzels

    c) carrots

    d) French Fries
    Which of the following is a nutrient-dense food?


    c) carrots *****
  32. What will happen in you take in more calories than you burn?

    a) Your metabolism will increase

    b) Your amount of stored body fat may increase

    c) Your body will excrete the excess calories

    d) You will maintain your current weight
    What will happen in you take in more calories than you burn?


    b) Your amount of stored body fat may increase *****
  33. Compared to an adult of appropriate weight, and underweight adult will have

    a) more energy

    b) a lower risk of heart problems

    c) a higher chance of suffering chronic fatigue

    d) better balance of hemoglobin the the blood
    Compared to an adult of appropriate weight, and underweight adult will have


    c) a higher chance of suffering chronic fatigue
  34. Body composition is the ratio of body fat to

    a) muscle

    b) bone

    c) lean body tissue

    d) cartilage and tendons
    Body composition is the ratio of body fat to


    c) lean body tissue
  35. The number of calories a person takes in each day should be unaffected by

    a) age

    b) gender

    c) body frame

    d) body image
    The number of calories a person takes in each day should be unaffected by


    d) body image
  36. What contributes to obesity?

    a) avoiding fast food

    b) a sedentary lifestyle

    c) having excess muscle tissue

    d) a balance of high-fat and low-fat foods in the diet
    What contributes to obesity?


    b) a sedentary lifestyle
  37. Anorexia nervosa

    a) is not as serious as bulimia

    b) usually goes away on its own

    c) has consequences similar to malnutrition and starvation

    d) is serious, but not life threatening
    Anorexia nervosa


    c) has consequences similar to malnutrition and starvation
  38. Which of the following describes a person who is obese?

    a) a person with a large amount of body fat?

    b) a person who weighs more than what is appropriate for his or her height

    c) a person who has excessive muscle tissue

    d) a person who weighs less than what is appropriate for his or her height
    Which of the following describes a person who is obese?


    b) a person who weighs more than what is appropriate for his or her height
  39. Being able to "walk in another person's shoes" is a sign of

    a) compassion

    b) sympathy

    c) empathy

    d) envy
    Being able to "walk in another person's shoes" is a sign of


    c) empathy
  40. Needs at the bottom of Maslow's hierarchy of needs are

    a) the need to be valued and recognized

    b) the need to reach your potential

    c) the need to be loved and to belong

    d) physical needs
    Needs at the bottom of Maslow's hierarchy of needs are


    d) physical needs
  41. Chronic hostility can result in

    a) improved mental health

    b) feeling connected

    c) stronger friendships

    d) an increased risk of heart disease
    Chronic hostility can result in


    d) an increased risk of heart disease
  42. When you have a healthy identity, you will experience

    a) increased risk behaviors

    b) increased self-esteem

    c) negative self-talk

    d) lack of confidence
    When you have a healthy identity, you will experience


    b) increased self-esteem
  43. The one aspect of your personality over which you have the most control is

    a) behavior

    b) environment

    c) heredity

    d) expectations
    The one aspect of your personality over which you have the most control is


    a) behavior
  44. The increased respiration and heart rate that fear triggers

    a) prepare your body for necessary action

    b) prepare your emotions for a crisis

    c) allow you to feel empathy or sympathy

    d) allow you to plan your actions
    The increased respiration and heart rate that fear triggers


    a) prepare your body for necessary action
  45. During the alarm stage of the body's stress  response, what "emergency hormone" is released to prepare the bosy to respond to a stressor?

    a) hypothalmus

    b) adrenaline

    c) anxiety

    d) caffeine
    During the alarm stage of the body's stress  response, what "emergency hormone" is released to prepare the bosy to respond to a stressor?


    b) adrenaline
  46. Ways of managing stress do NOT include

    a) getting adequate rest

    b) planning ahead

    c) drinking alcohol

    d) participating in regular physical activitiy
    Ways of managing stress do NOT include


    c) drinking alcohol
  47. Mental disorders

    a) have distinct symptoms and are easily diagnosed

    b) are untreatable and cannot be prevented

    c) usually lead to suicide attempts

    d) require medical attention, just as physical illnesses do.
    Mental disorders


    d) require medical attention, just as physical illnesses do
  48. Which if the following is NOT an accurate statement about suicide.

    a) An attempt is usually just a way to get attention.

    b) It is not a normal response to stress

    c) Any talk of suicide should be taken seriously

    d) Certain warning signs can indicate if a person is at risk
    Which if the following is NOT an accurate statement about suicide.


    a) An attempt is usually just a way to get attention.
  49. A person in the last stages of the grieving process is likely to

    a) spend a lot of time crying

    b) feel helpless and angry

    c) be overwhelmed by depression

    d) begin looking ahead to the future
    A person in the last stages of the grieving process is likely to


    d) begin looking ahead to the future
  50. Which of the following is a symptom of post-traumatic stress disorder?

    a) nightmares and flashbacks

    b) extreme mood changes

    c) fear of abandonment

    d) irritability and violence
    Which of the following is a symptom of post-traumatic stress disorder?


    a) nightmares and flashbacks
  51. A healthy relationship

    a) is based on mistrust

    b) negatively affects your values

    c) benefits both people involved

    d) need constant re-evaluation
    A healthy relationship


    c) benefits both people involved
  52. When you compromise with a group of people,

    a) one person must do something that goes against his or her values

    b) the decision should be acceptable to all the people

    c) one person is going to get exactly what he or she wants

    d) it is important to stand your ground and not give in to the others' wishes
    When you compromise with a group of people,


    b) the decision should be acceptable to all the people
  53. Someone who tries to get their way through bullying and intimidation is

    a) as assertive communicator

    b) an effective communicator

    c) a passive communicator

    d) an aggressive communicator
    Someone who tries to get their way through bullying and intimidation is


    d) an aggressive communicator
  54. Which strategy is NOT helpful in resolving conflicts?

    a) asking questions to clarify the other's viewpoint

    b) pointing out each other's faults

    c) stating your own opinion calmly and rationally

    d) agreeing on a solution that benefits both sides
    Which strategy is NOT helpful in resolving conflicts?


    b) pointing out each other's faults
  55. Which of the following best describes the natural tension found in the fibers of a muscle?

    a) muscle tone

    b) muscle atrophy

    c) muscle weakness

    d) muscle spasms
    Which of the following best describes the natural tension found in the fibers of a muscle?


    a) muscle tone
  56. A compound fracture

    a) does not need a splint or cast in order to heal properly

    b) is one in which one or both ends project through the skin

    c) refers to a bone breaking in more than one place

    d) is one that occurs in a bone that has grown weak and brittle.
    A compound fracture


    b) is one in which one or both ends project through the skin
  57. Bones are NOT involved in the

    a) production of red blood cells

    b) storage of minerals

    c) production of organs

    d) production of calcium
    Bones are NOT involved in the


    d) production of calcium
  58. Which refers to a partial tearing of a muscle?

    a) dystrophy

    b) hernia

    c) tendonitis

    d) strain
    Which refers to a partial tearing of a muscle?


    d) strain
  59. Plasma consists mostly of

    a) water

    b) nutrients

    c) waste matter from cells

    d) proteins and salts
    Plasma consists mostly of


    a) water
  60. All of the following help prevent high blood pressure EXCEPT

    a) a diet low in sodium

    b) lack of exercise

    c) avoiding tobacco

    d) stress management
    All of the following help prevent high blood pressure EXCEPT


    b) lack of exercise
  61. The structure of the lungs can be compared to the structure of a branching tree. Which part would correspond to the trunk of the tree?

    a) the larynx

    b) the alveoli

    c) the trachea

    d) the bronchi
    The structure of the lungs can be compared to the structure of a branching tree. Which part would correspond to the trunk of the tree?


    c) the trachea
  62. Shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, and a chronic cough are symptoms of

    a) sinusitis

    b) an asthma attack

    c) emphysema

    d) tuberculosis
    Shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, and a chronic cough are symptoms of


    c) emphysema
  63. The main function of the red blood cells is to

    a) stop blood flow from cuts and scrapes

    b) produce bone marrow

    c) help fight infection

    d) carry oxygen to cells and tissues
    The main function of the red blood cells is to


    d) carry oxygen to cells and tissues
  64. An individual's digestive system will benefit from

    a) eating quickly

    b) foods low in fiber

    c) emotional or mental stress

    d) drinking at least eight 8-ounce glasses of water daily.
    An individual's digestive system will benefit from


    d) drinking at least eight 8-ounce glasses of water daily.
  65. Which is involved in mastication?

    a) the stomach lining

    b) the teeth

    c) the small instestine

    d) the rectum
    Which is involved in mastication?


    b) the teeth
  66. Which condition is the result of crystallization of salts in the urine?

    a) nephritis

    b) uremia

    c) kidney stones

    d) crysitis
    Which condition is the result of crystallization of salts in the urine?


    c) kidney stones
  67. In the stomach,

    a) food is converted to chyme

    b) liquids are absorbed

    c) bile acids dissolve fats in food

    d) nutrients are absorbed through the capillaries
    In the stomach,


    a) food is converted to chyme
  68. Which of the following serves to filter waste material from the blood?

    a) the kidneys

    b) the renal vein

    c) the bladder

    d) the urethra
    Which of the following serves to filter waste material from the blood?


    a) the kidneys
  69. Alcohol and tobacco

    a) are safe in small amounts late in pregnancy

    b) cause problems that clear up once the baby is born

    c) pass through the umbilical cord from the pregnant female to the fetus

    d) cause the same health problems in fetuses as they do in adults
    Alcohol and tobacco


    c) pass through the umbilical cord from the pregnant female to the fetus
  70. When carbon monoxide is present in the blood, the body's tissues and cells are deprived of

    a) hemoglobin

    b) carcinogens

    c) iron

    d) oxygen
    When carbon monoxide is present in the blood, the body's tissues and cells are deprived of


    d) oxygen
  71. Tar contained in tobacco smoke is harmful to the lungs because it

    a) clogs the blood vessels

    b) is a stimulant

    c) paralyses cilia

    d) is addictive
    Tar contained in tobacco smoke is harmful to the lungs because it


    c) paralyses cilia
  72. People who use smokeless tobacco

    a) have fewer health risks than smokers

    b) can become addicted to nicotine

    c) do not get tobacco-related cancers

    d) can quit more easily than smokers
    People who use smokeless tobacco


    b) can become addicted to nicotine
  73. Nicotine causes addiction and

    a) acts as a stimulant

    b) is a carcinogen

    c) competes with oxygen

    d) destroys cilia
    Nicotine causes addiction and


    a) acts as a stimulant
  74. A symptom of alcohol poisoning is

    a) increased excitability

    b) irregular heartbeat

    c) inconsistent abilities

    d) increased respiration
    A symptom of alcohol poisoning is


    b) irregular heartbeat
  75. Drinking five or more alcoholic drinks at a sitting is called

    a) binge drinking

    b) alcohol abuse

    c) alcohol poisoning

    d) moderate drinking
    Drinking five or more alcoholic drinks at a sitting is called


    a) binge drinking
  76. A condition where the liver tissue is replaced with useless scar tissue is called

    a) fatty liver

    b) alcoholic hepatitis

    c) cirrhosis

    d) fetal alcohol syndrome
    A condition where the liver tissue is replaced with useless scar tissue is called


    c) cirrhosis
  77. When a person is dependent on alcohol, he or she

    a) has a nervous system disorder

    b) is intoxicated

    c) has fetal alcohol syndrome

    d) is an alcoholic
    When a person is dependent on alcohol, he or she


    d) is an alcoholic
  78. Medical researchers have found that drinking alcohol of any sort

    a) slows reflexes

    b) heightens judgment

    c) decreases forgetfulness

    d) reduces risk-taking behaviors
    Medical researchers have found that drinking alcohol of any sort


    a) slows reflexes
  79. Which of these is NOT a factor that influences the onset and severity of the short-term effects of drinking?

    a) body size and gender

    b) time of consumption

    c) food in the stomach

    d) rate of consumption
    Which of these is NOT a factor that influences the onset and severity of the short-term effects of drinking?


    b) time of consumption
  80. Morphine, codeine, and asprin are all

    a) antivirals

    b) analgesics

    c) vaccines

    d) antibiotics
    Morphine, codeine, and asprin are all


    b) analgesics
  81. Cocaine is a

    a) gateway drug

    b) psychoactive drug

    c) designer drug

    d) stimulant
    Cocaine is a


    d) stimulant *****
  82. Substance abuse does NOT lead to

    a) accidental deaths

    b) violent crimes

    c) an increase in control

    d) unintended pregnancies
    Substance abuse does NOT lead to


    c) an increase in control
  83. Marijuana

    a) interferes with the immune system and may permanently damage it

    b) contains fewer cancer-causing chemicals than tobacco

    c) raises the level of testosterone in men

    d) enhances mental reflexes and short-term memory
    Marijuana


    a) interferes with the immune system and may permanently damage it
  84. Which of the following can cause increased risk of injury to tendons and ligaments?

    a) anabolic-androgenic steroids

    b) inhalants

    c) psychoactive drugs

    d) narcotics
    Which of the following can cause increased risk of injury to tendons and ligaments?


    a) anabolic-androgenic steroids
  85. Which of the following are never used in a medicinal capacity?

    a) depressants

    b) hallucinogens

    c) narcotics

    d) stimulants
    Which of the following are never used in a medicinal capacity?


    b) hallucinogens
  86. What is an example of misuse of medicine?

    a) taking asprin for a fever

    b) taking drugs to control blood pressure

    c) throwing away a medicine that has passed its expiration date

    d) giving a friend one of your prescription pain relievers
    What is an example of misuse of medicine?


    d) giving a friend one of your prescription pain relievers
  87. An example of transmission by direct contact is

    a) touching an object

    b) getting bitten by a mosquito

    c) touching a person

    d) eating undercooked poultry
    An example of transmission by direct contact is


    c) touching a person ******
  88. The most effective way a person can protect himself or herself from disease on a daily basis is

    a) handwashing

    b) avoiding sick people

    c) not sharing cups and utensils

    d) keeping immunizations up to date
    The most effective way a person can protect himself or herself from disease on a daily basis is


    a) handwashing
  89. The most common type of cancer in the United States is

    a) skin cancer

    b) lung cancer

    c) breast cancer

    d) prostate cancer
    The most common type of cancer in the United States is


    a) skin cancer
  90. The best way to avoid heat exhaustion is by

    a) dressing in layers

    b) traveling in pairs

    c) drinking plenty of water

    d) wearing sunscreen
    The best way to avoid heat exhaustion is by


    c) drinking plenty of water *****
  91. The leading cause of death among teens is

    a) drowning

    b) motor vehicle crashes

    c) firearm injuries

    d) poisonings
    The leading cause of death among teens is


    b) motor vehicle crashes ******
  92. What is the function of perspiration?

    a) to block ultraviolet rays

    b) to flush out pores

    c) to cool your body as the perspiration evaporates

    d) to wash away pathogens
    What is the function of perspiration?


    c) to cool your body as the perspiration evaporates
  93. True / False

    Heredity influences superficial traits such as eye color, but does not play a pert in your general health.
    True / False

    Heredity influences superficial traits such as eye color, but does not play a pert in your general health.

    FALSE
  94. True / False

    Longevity refers to how long a person lives.
    True / False

    Longevity refers to how long a person lives.

    TRUE *****
  95. True / False

    Food, holidays, religion, traditions, and language are all components of culture/
    True / False

    Food, holidays, religion, traditions, and language are all components of culture/


    TRUE
  96. True / False

    Studies have shown that as people become more educated, the general health of a population improves.
    True / False

    Studies have shown that as people become more educated, the general health of a population improves.

    TRUE
  97. True / False

    Choosing friends who share your values will help you withstand peer pressure to do things you don't want to do.
    True / False

    Choosing friends who share your values will help you withstand peer pressure to do things you don't want to do.

    TRUE
  98. True / False

    All changes along the health continuum occur gradually.
    True / False

    All changes along the health continuum occur gradually.


    FALSE
  99. True / False

    Your physical health involves your ability to make and keep friends
    True / False

    Your physical health involves your ability to make and keep friends.

    FALSE - This is Social Health
  100. True / False

    Environment includes the places you go and the physical conditions in which you live.
    True / False

    Environment includes the places you go and the physical conditions in which you live.

    TRUE
  101. True / False

    Family members are often the people who best support your goals and promote your health.
    True / False

    Family members are often the people who best support your goals and promote your health.

    TRUE
  102. True / False

    Having good refusal skills can help you firmly say "no" to engaging in unhealthful behaviors.
    True / False

    Having good refusal skills can help you firmly say "no" to engaging in unhealthful behaviors.

    TRUE
  103. True / False

    The term health skills refers only to those skills that help you improve your level of physical fitness
    True / False

    The term health skills refers only to those skills that help you improve your level of physical fitness

    FALSE
  104. True / False

    Core ethical values, such as responsibility, honesty, and respect, differ greatly across cultures and age groups.
    True / False

    Core ethical values, such as responsibility, honesty, and respect, differ greatly across cultures and age groups.

    FALSE


  105. True / False

    Being a critical thinker means having the ability to evaluate information from reliable sources and then make a responsible decision.
    True / False

    Being a critical thinker means having the ability to evaluate information from reliable sources and then make a responsible decision.

    TRUE


  106. True / False

    Developing good character has no impact on one's physical health.
    True / False

    Developing good character has no impact on one's physical health.

    • FALSE

  107. True / False

    Character and core ethical values are learned when you are young and continue to develop throughout your life.
    True / False

    Character and core ethical values are learned when you are young and continue to develop throughout your life.

    TRUE


  108. True / False

    Setting and achieving goals is an effective way to build self-confidence, increase your self-esteem, and improve your overall health.
    True / False

    Setting and achieving goals is an effective way to build self-confidence, increase your self-esteem, and improve your overall health.

    TRUE


  109. True / False

    When evaluating health information, it is usually not necessary to check the validity of the source.
    True / False

    When evaluating health information, it is usually not necessary to check the validity of the source.

    FALSE


  110. True / False

    Tricking customers into buying defective or useless products is guilty fraud.
    True / False

    Tricking customers into buying defective or useless products is guilty fraud.


    TRUE
  111. True / False

    If a product has a warranty. that means you can always return it for a full refund if you decide you don't like it.
    True / False

    If a product has a warranty. that means you can always return it for a full refund if you decide you don't like it.

    FALSE
  112. True / False

    A doctor should know your medical history to provide the best possible care.
    True / False

    A doctor should know your medical history to provide the best possible care.

    TRUE
  113. True / False

    Long exposure in windy or rainy weather can pose a threat to hypothermia.
    True / False

    Long exposure in windy or rainy weather can pose a threat to hypothermia.

    TRUE
  114. True / False

    Drinking cool water may help relieve muscle cramps.
    True / False

    Drinking cool water may help relieve muscle cramps.

    TRUE
  115. True / False

    Physical exercise is good for the body, but has no effect on one's mental / emotional health.
    True / False

    Physical exercise is good for the body, but has no effect on one's mental / emotional health.


    FALSE
  116. True / False

    Flexibility is the amount of force a muscle can exert.
    True / False

    Flexibility is the amount of force a muscle can exert.

    FALSE
  117. True / False

    Strengthening your bones through physical exercise can decrease your risk of osteoporosis later in life.
    True / False

    Strengthening your bones through physical exercise can decrease your risk of osteoporosis later in life.

    TRUE
  118. True / False

    Calories are the substances in food that your body needs to grow.
    True / False

    Calories are the substances in food that your body needs to grow.

    FALSE
  119. True / False

    Fiber cannot be digested.
    True / False

    Fiber cannot be digested.

    TRUE
  120. True / False

    Good nutrition can help lower your risk of developing chronic diseases.
    True / False

    Good nutrition can help lower your risk of developing chronic diseases.


    TRUE
  121. True / False

    Skipping breakfast is a good way to cut excess calories from the diet.
    True / False

    Skipping breakfast is a good way to cut excess calories from the diet.

    FALSE
  122. True / False

    Most food labels list the ingredients by weight in descending order.
    True / False

    Most food labels list the ingredients by weight in descending order.

    TRUE
  123. True / False

    Athletes may be overweight due to excess muscle tissue, rather than excess fat.
    True / False

    Athletes may be overweight due to excess muscle tissue, rather than excess fat.

    TRUE
  124. True / False

    Adults need more calories than children and teens.
    True / False

    Adults need more calories than children and teens.

    FALSE
  125. True / False

    Liquid protein diets are a safe way to lose weight permanently.
    True / False

    Liquid protein diets are a safe way to lose weight permanently.

    FALSE
  126. True / False

    Being overweight or obese can put a strain on the skeletal system.
    True / False

    Being overweight or obese can put a strain on the skeletal system.

    TRUE
  127. True / False

    Heredity is one of two main influences on personality.
    True / False

    Heredity is one of two main influences on personality.

    TRUE
  128. True / False

    It is healthy to express your emotions, even if doing so intentionally hurts someone else.
    True / False

    It is healthy to express your emotions, even if doing so intentionally hurts someone else.


    FALSE
  129. True / False

    Your interests, values, and beliefs are part of your personal identity.
    True / False

    Your interests, values, and beliefs are part of your personal identity.


    TRUE
  130. True / False

    Strong negative emotions affect one's health, but strong positive emotions do not.
    True / False

    Strong negative emotions affect one's health, but strong positive emotions do not.

    FALSE
  131. True / False

    Stress can have the positive effect of motivating a person to work hard.
    True / False

    Stress can have the positive effect of motivating a person to work hard.

    TRUE
  132. True / False

    A person's resilience level is hereditary and cannot be changed.
    True / False

    A person's resilience level is hereditary and cannot be changed.

    FALSE
  133. True / False

    In the fatigue stage of the body's stress response, a person's ability to handle other stressors is very low.
    True / False

    In the fatigue stage of the body's stress response, a person's ability to handle other stressors is very low.

    TRUE
  134. True / False

    Two people who share a traumatic experience will perceive the event in the same way and suffer the same amount of stress.
    True / False

    Two people who share a traumatic experience will perceive the event in the same way and suffer the same amount of stress.

    FALSE
  135. True / False

    Poor eating habits can be a source of stress.
    True / False

    Poor eating habits can be a source of stress.

    TRUE
  136. True / False

    Stressing that most problems have solutions is a useful tactic when talking to someone who is suicidal.
    True / False

    Stressing that most problems have solutions is a useful tactic when talking to someone who is suicidal.

    TRUE
  137. True / False

    A person with borderline personality disorder probably experiences troubled relationships.
    True / False

    A person with borderline personality disorder probably experiences troubled relationships.

    TRUE
  138. True / False

    The stigma attached to having a mental disorder may prevent someone from seeking treatment.
    True / False

    The stigma attached to having a mental disorder may prevent someone from seeking treatment.

    TRUE
  139. True / False

    A healthy relationship is one with no conflicts.
    True / False

    A healthy relationship is one with no conflicts.

    FALSE
  140. True / False

    Not all communication is verbal.
    True / False

    Not all communication is verbal.

    TRUE
  141. True / False

    Acknowledging and complimenting a friend helps show tat you do not take the relationship for granted.
    True / False

    Acknowledging and complimenting a friend helps show tat you do not take the relationship for granted.

    TRUE
  142. True / False

    Bones are living tissue, and cells are constantly working to maintain and repair bone tissue.
    True / False

    Bones are living tissue, and cells are constantly working to maintain and repair bone tissue.

    TRUE
  143. True / False

    Your skeletal system protects your internal tissues and organs from injury.
    True / False

    Your skeletal system protects your internal tissues and organs from injury.

    True

  144. True / False

    Skeletal muscles are under involuntary control, meaning they perform their functions without your even thinking about it.
    True / False

    Skeletal muscles are under involuntary control, meaning they perform their functions without your even thinking about it.

    FALSE


  145. True / False

    Air is filtered, warmed, and moistened as it moves through the nasal passage.
    True / False

    Air is filtered, warmed, and moistened as it moves through the nasal passage.

    TRUE
  146. True / False

    The heart is divided into four chambers.
    True / False

    The heart is divided into four chambers.


    TRUE
  147. True / False

    Production of red blood cells increases when an infection is present.
    True / False

    Production of red blood cells increases when an infection is present.

    FALSE
  148. True/False

    The tissue damage caused by emphysema is irreversible and gets worse with time until eventually the lungs cease to function.
    True/False

    The tissue damage caused by emphysema is irreversible and gets worse with time until eventually the lungs cease to function.

    TRUE
  149. True / False

    A healthy person's blood pressure will not vary with physical activity or emotional stress.
    True / False

    A healthy person's blood pressure will not vary with physical activity or emotional stress.

    FALSE
  150. True / False

    Diarrhea can cause dehydration, especially in infants and young children.
    True / False

    Diarrhea can cause dehydration, especially in infants and young children.

    TRUE
  151. True / False

    The esophagus, the muscular tube that connects the throat with the stomach, is the first organ into which swallowed food is pushed.
    True / False

    The esophagus, the muscular tube that connects the throat with the stomach, is the first organ into which swallowed food is pushed.

    TRUE
  152. True / False

    About 60 percent of marriages involving teens end in divorce.
    True / False

    About 60 percent of marriages involving teens end in divorce.

    TRUE
  153. True / False

    Children of smokers are more likely to suffer from asthma than children of nonsmokers.
    True / False

    Children of smokers are more likely to suffer from asthma than children of nonsmokers.


    TRUE
  154. True / False

    Cigars contain less cancer-causing tar than regular cigarettes.
    True / False

    Cigars contain less cancer-causing tar than regular cigarettes.

    FALSE
  155. True / False

    Once addicted, people need more and more tobacco to satisfy the craving for nicotine.
    True / False

    Once addicted, people need more and more tobacco to satisfy the craving for nicotine.

    TRUE
  156. True / False

    Environmental tobacco smoke contains over 40 known carcinogens.
    True / False

    Environmental tobacco smoke contains over 40 known carcinogens.

    TRUE
  157. True / False

    Smoking enhances physical endurance and athletic performance.
    True / False

    Smoking enhances physical endurance and athletic performance.


    FALSE
  158. True / False

    In general, women become intoxicated faster than men.
    True / False

    In general, women become intoxicated faster than men.

    TRUE
  159. True / False

    There is no safe amount of alcohol to consume when you are pregnant.
    True / False

    There is no safe amount of alcohol to consume when you are pregnant.

    TRUE
  160. True / False

    Media messages on TV and radio often associate alcohol with having fun and fitting in.
    True / False

    Media messages on TV and radio often associate alcohol with having fun and fitting in.

    TRUE
  161. True / False

    The leading cause  of death among teens is alcohol-related car crashes.
    True / False

    The leading cause  of death among teens is alcohol-related car crashes.


    TRUE
  162. True / False

    All drugs are medicines, but not all medicines are drugs.
    True / False

    All drugs are medicines, but not all medicines are drugs.


    FALSE
  163. True / False

    Someone who suddenly begins to gain muscle mass and becomes moody, paranoid, and aggressive may be using anabolic-androgenic steroids.
    True / False

    Someone who suddenly begins to gain muscle mass and becomes moody, paranoid, and aggressive may be using anabolic-androgenic steroids.


    TRUE
  164. True / False

    Depressants can be dangerous because they slow heart and respiration rates and lower blood pressure.
    True / False

    Depressants can be dangerous because they slow heart and respiration rates and lower blood pressure.


    TRUE
  165. True / False

    Tolerance is a condition in which the body becomes used to the effect of a medicine.
    True / False

    Tolerance is a condition in which the body becomes used to the effect of a medicine.


    TRUE
  166. True / False

    Over the counter medicines must only be used with a doctor's supervision.
    True / False

    Over the counter medicines must only be used with a doctor's supervision.


    FALSE
  167. True / False

    Intentionally taking more than the recommended does of a prescribed pain reliever is an example of substance abuse.
    True / False

    Intentionally taking more than the recommended does of a prescribed pain reliever is an example of substance abuse.


    TRUE
  168. True / False

    The majority of high school students in the United States have never tried marijuana.
    True / False

    The majority of high school students in the United States have never tried marijuana.

    FALSE ***** Check this
  169. True / False

    Some infections can be transmitted through sneezing and coughing.
    True / False

    Some infections can be transmitted through sneezing and coughing.


    TRUE
  170. True / False

    Antibiotics work against viruses.
    True / False

    Antibiotics work against viruses.


    FALSE
  171. True / False

    If certain foods make you break out in a rash, you may have asthma.
    True / False

    If certain foods make you break out in a rash, you may have asthma.

    FALSE  ********* Check
  172. True / False

    You can lower your chances of developing diabetes by maintaining an appropriate weight, eating a healthful diet, and being physically active.
    True / False

    You can lower your chances of developing diabetes by maintaining an appropriate weight, eating a healthful diet, and being physically active.

    TRUE
  173. True / False

    Dressing in layers keeps you warm because the air trapped between the layers of clothing helps insulate you from the cold.
    True / False

    Dressing in layers keeps you warm because the air trapped between the layers of clothing helps insulate you from the cold.

    TRUE
  174. Match each term with the best definition below.

    a) health                     f) health education
    b) prevention             g) peers
    c) cumulative risks    h) media
    d) environment          i) risk behaviors
    e) wellness                 j) Healthy People 2010

    the providing of accurate health information to help people make healthy choices.
    the providing of accurate health information to help people make healthy choices.

    f) health education
  175. Match each term with the best definition below.

    a) health                     f) health education
    b) prevention             g) peers
    c) cumulative risks    h) media
    d) environment          i) risk behaviors
    e) wellness                 j) Healthy People 2010

    actions that can potentially threaten your health or the health of others.
    actions that can potentially threaten your health or the health of others.

    i) risk behaviors
  176. Match each term with the best definition below.

    a) health                     f) health education
    b) prevention             g) peers
    c) cumulative risks    h) media
    d) environment          i) risk behaviors
    e) wellness                 j) Healthy People 2010

    Practicing health and safety habits to remain free of disease and injury.
    Practicing health and safety habits to remain free of disease and injury.

    b) prevention
  177. Match each term with the best definition below.

    a) health                     f) health education
    b) prevention             g) peers
    c) cumulative risks    h) media
    d) environment          i) risk behaviors
    e) wellness                 j) Healthy People 2010

    The sum of your surroundings.
    The sum of your surroundings.


    d) environment
  178. Match each term with the best definition below.

    a) health                     f) health education
    b) prevention             g) peers
    c) cumulative risks    h) media
    d) environment          i) risk behaviors
    e) wellness                 j) Healthy People 2010

    A nationwide health promotion and disease prevention plan.
    A nationwide health promotion and disease prevention plan.


    j) Healthy People 2010

  179. Match each term with the best definition below.

    a) health                     f) health education
    b) prevention             g) peers
    c) cumulative risks    h) media
    d) environment          i) risk behaviors
    e) wellness                 j) Healthy People 2010

    People of the same age who share similar interests.
    People of the same age who share similar interests.

    g) peers
  180. Match each term with the best definition below.

    a) health                     f) health education
    b) prevention             g) peers
    c) cumulative risks    h) media
    d) environment          i) risk behaviors
    e) wellness                 j) Healthy People 2010

    An overall state of well-being.
    An overall state of well-being.

    e) wellness
  181. Match each term with the best definition below.

    a) health                     f) health education
    b) prevention             g) peers
    c) cumulative risks    h) media
    d) environment          i) risk behaviors
    e) wellness                 j) Healthy People 2010

    Related risks that increase in effect with each added risk.
    Related risks that increase in effect with each added risk.

    c) cumulative risks
  182. Match each term with the best definition below.

    a) health                     f) health education
    b) prevention             g) peers
    c) cumulative risks    h) media
    d) environment          i) risk behaviors
    e) wellness                 j) Healthy People 2010

    The combination of physical, mental / emotional, and social well-being.
    The combination of physical, mental / emotional, and social well-being.

    a) health
  183. Match each term with the best definition below.

    a) health                     f) health education
    b) prevention             g) peers
    c) cumulative risks    h) media
    d) environment          i) risk behaviors
    e) wellness                 j) Healthy People 2010

    The various methods of communicating information.
    The various methods of communicating information.

    h) media
  184. Match each term with the best definition below.

    a) hydration                 f) muscular endurance
    b) hypothermia           g) physical fitness
    c) training program    h) resting heart rate
    d) heat cramps            i) strain
    e) specificity                j) sedentary lifestyle

    A condition resulting from damaging a muscle or tendon.
    A condition resulting from damaging a muscle or tendon.

    i) strain
  185. Match each term with the best definition below.

    a) hydration                 f) muscular endurance
    b) hypothermia           g) physical fitness
    c) training program    h) resting heart rate
    d) heat cramps            i) strain
    e) specificity                j) sedentary lifestyle

    A way of life that involves little physical activity.
    A way of life that involves little physical activity.

    j) sedentary lifestyle


  186. Match each term with the best definition below.

    a) hydration                 f) muscular endurance
    b) hypothermia           g) physical fitness
    c) training program    h) resting heart rate
    d) heat cramps            i) strain
    e) specificity                j) sedentary lifestyle

    Indicates that particular exercises improve particular areas of fitness.
    Indicates that particular exercises improve particular areas of fitness.

    e) specificity
  187. Match each term with the best definition below.

    a) hydration                 f) muscular endurance
    b) hypothermia           g) physical fitness
    c) training program    h) resting heart rate
    d) heat cramps            i) strain
    e) specificity                j) sedentary lifestyle


    Taking in fluids so that the body functions properly.
    Taking in fluids so that the body functions properly.

    a) hydration
  188. Match each term with the best definition below.

    a) hydration                 f) muscular endurance
    b) hypothermia           g) physical fitness
    c) training program    h) resting heart rate
    d) heat cramps            i) strain
    e) specificity                j) sedentary lifestyle


    The ability of muscles to perform over long periods of time without becoming fatigued.
    The ability of muscles to perform over long periods of time without becoming fatigued.

    f) muscular endurance
  189. Match each term with the best definition below.

    a) hydration                 f) muscular endurance
    b) hypothermia           g) physical fitness
    c) training program    h) resting heart rate
    d) heat cramps            i) strain
    e) specificity                j) sedentary lifestyle


    The number of times your heart beats in one minute when you are not active.
    The number of times your heart beats in one minute when you are not active.

    h) resting heart rate
  190. Match each term with the best definition below.

    a) hydration                 f) muscular endurance
    b) hypothermia           g) physical fitness
    c) training program    h) resting heart rate
    d) heat cramps            i) strain
    e) specificity                j) sedentary lifestyle


    Physical preparation for participation in a sport.
    Physical preparation for participation in a sport.

    c) training program
  191. Match each term with the best definition below.

    a) hydration                 f) muscular endurance
    b) hypothermia           g) physical fitness
    c) training program    h) resting heart rate
    d) heat cramps            i) strain
    e) specificity                j) sedentary lifestyle


    The ability to carry out daily tasks easily and have energy left over.
    The ability to carry out daily tasks easily and have energy left over.


    g) physical fitness
  192. Match each term with the best definition below.

    a) hydration                 f) muscular endurance
    b) hypothermia           g) physical fitness
    c) training program    h) resting heart rate
    d) heat cramps            i) strain
    e) specificity                j) sedentary lifestyle


    Muscular spasms caused by loss of large amounts of salt and water through perspiration.
    Muscular spasms caused by loss of large amounts of salt and water through perspiration.

    d) heat cramps
  193. Match each term with the best definition below.

    a) hydration                 f) muscular endurance
    b) hypothermia           g) physical fitness
    c) training program    h) resting heart rate
    d) heat cramps            i) strain
    e) specificity                j) sedentary lifestyle


    A condition in which body temperature becomes dangerously low.
    A condition in which body temperature becomes dangerously low.

    b) hypothermia
  194. Modified True / False

    Indicate whether the statement is true or false. If false, change the identified word or phrase to make the statement true.

    ===========

    Examples of long bones include the bones in your legs and arms.

    ===========
    This is true.

    However, a long bone is a bone that is longer than it is wide. These can be found in the arms and legs, but also in the hands, feet, and collar bone.
  195. Modified True / False

    Indicate whether the statement is true or false. If false, change the identified word or phrase to make the statement true.

    ===========

    You use muscles that are under voluntary control when performing actions such as running to catch the bus or opening a jar of jam.

    ===========
  196. TRUE
  197. Modified True / False

    Indicate whether the statement is true or false. If false, change the identified word or phrase to make the statement true.

    ===========

    Skeletal muscles can be found in the linig of the blood vessels, the digestive tract, the passageways that lead into the lungs, and the bladder.

    ===========
    FALSE.

    These are smooth muscles.
  198. Modified True / False

    Indicate whether the statement is true or false. If false, change the identified word or phrase to make the statement true.

    ===========

    Toxic chemicals are released as the liver metabolizes alcohol.

    ===========
    True
  199. Modified True / False

    Indicate whether the statement is true or false. If false, change the identified word or phrase to make the statement true.

    ===========

    It is against the law to buy, possess, or drink alcohol unless one is 18 years or older.

    ===========
    False.

    It is against the law to buy, possess, or drink alcohol unless one is 21 years or older.
  200. Modified True / False

    Indicate whether the statement is true or false. If false, change the identified word or phrase to make the statement true.

    ===========

    A person's gender or size can play a major role in the effects of alcohol.

    ===========
    TRUE

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