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5 Matching questions

  1. Anabolic steroid
  2. Genital herpes
  3. DUI
  4. 4 viral STDS
  5. Hallucinogens
  1. a driving under the influence
  2. b are synthetic versions of the male hormone testosterone that are used to promote muscle development.
  3. c are drugs that distort perceptions and cause a person to see or hear things that are not real.
  4. d Human papilloma virus, Genital herpes, Hepatitis, and HIV
  5. e cold sores, blisters, red bumps and blisters. No cure but medications can reduce frequency

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. problem drinking, tolerance, dependence, alcoholism
  2. 1. any sexual activity that brings a person in contact with body fluids from an infected person
    2. any sexual activity in which one person's genitals contacts another person's skin or mucous membranes
    3. direct contact with open sores
    4. a mother to her baby before or during birth, or during breast-feeding
  3. Slowed thinking ability, Difficulty paying attention, Distorted sense of time and distance, Giddiness, Loss of short-term memory, Loss of balance and coordination, Increased appetite, Anxiety, and Panic attacks
  4. are drugs that are inhaled as vapors.
  5. When an individual persists in use of alcohol or other drugs despite problems related to use of the substance, substance dependence may be diagnosed. Compulsive and repetitive use may result in tolerance to the effect of the drug and withdrawal symptoms when use is reduced or stopped

5 True/False questions

  1. MADDmothers against drunk driving, founded to look for effective solutions to underage drinking and drunk driving


  2. anemiaa deficiency of red blood cells


  3. epidemic-the occurrence of more cases of a disease than expected


  4. Acquired immune deficiency syndromeis the virus that primarily affects cells of the immune system and that causes AIDS


  5. Human papilloma virusA desire to experiment
    a desire to escape boredom or depression
    enjoyment of risk-taking behavior
    a belief that drugs solve personal, social, or medical problems
    peer pressure
    glamorization of drugs by the media


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