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Health Final Practice
Freshman (9th grade) Health Final practice questions
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Users of stimulant drugs are more likely to experience what?
True or false, for individuals over the age of 21 in the state of Georgia, the legal BAC limit is .10.
Users of smokeless tobacco are likely to develop white, leathery spots on the inside of their mouths that can eventually develop into mouth cancer. What is this condition called?
True or false, one in four females will be victims of rape or attempted rape at some point during their life.
A withdrawal symptom from use of which type of drug may include "flashbacks"?
What is a function of fiber?
decreased risk for both cardiovascular disease & colon cancer
True or false, it is easier for males to see signs/symptoms for STDs than females.
What is non-specific stress?
Stress affects a person's entire body, not just specific parts.
True of false, if symptoms for an STD go away on their own, you are cured.
Which type of vegetarian eats fish but will not eat any dairy products, eggs, or other animal/meat product?
What does the "B" stand for in the melanoma "ABCD" acronym?
Anabolic steroids are synthetic versions of the hormone ?
The discomfort a person feels when he/she stops using tobacco products is called ?
Which food is high in protein?
nuts and beans
Anemia is a deficiency symptom for which mineral?
Children born with fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) tend to be what?
lower in birth weight
What part of the immune system stimulates B-cell multiplication to prevent harm by a pathogen?
For teenagers, it is recommended that their blood pressure be checked?
every 12 months
The most common site of cancer in females is?
The type of heart surgery that involves taking arteries from a persons leg(s) and using these arteries as healthy arteries around the heart is called?
coronary bypass surgery
Each gram of alcohol contains how many calories?
Which of the sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) is characterized by having three stages: first stage, second stage, and latent (third) stages?
True or false, you are born with your self concept.
True or false, A person may be convicted of statutory rape if they are 17 + and have sex with someone who is 15 years or younger.
True or false, if a person is diagnosed with a benign tumor, he/she will have to begin some form of cancer treatment.
What is the best way to increase your HDL (high density lipoprotein) levels?
True or false, testicular cancer affects primarily men over 50 years of age.
What is the best way to treat a bacterial infection (an infection caused by bacterial pathogen)?
take an antibiotic
A person who is between 18 and 20 years old will be charged with DUI if his/her BAC is higher than ___%?
Barbiturates and benzodiazepines are examples of this group of drugs.
Which category of nutrients is comprised of different amino acids?
What part of the immune system is responsible for destroying or neutralizing pathogens that have entered the body?
Tuberculosis, meningitis, and pneumonia are all examples of what type of pathogen?
Effects of alcohol and drug use?
make a person less likely to be sexually abstinent
Which STD is characterized by the presence of a chancre?
True or false, when a person has a diabetic emergency, he/she may have slurred speech.
What time of a female's menstrual cycle is a woman most likely to become pregnant (knowing that a female is potentially always at such risk)?
Which blood pressure measurement is most important in determining whether a persons blood pressure is healthy or not?
the diastolic blood pressure
A Georgia resident who is 21 years of age or older will be charged with DUI if his/her BAC is higher than ___% ?
Fill in the following blanks correctly: __________ carbohydrates are more beneficial to the body than __________ carbohydrates.
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