5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Human immunodeficiency virus
- short term effects of smoking
- Phase I of HIV infection
- drug abuse
- a is the virus that primarily affects cells of the immune system and that causes AIDS
- b is the intentional improper or unsafe use of a drug.
- c a type of depressant that can be swallowed. It causes euphoria, reduced anxiety, loss of inhibitions, and drowsiness.
- d your heart beats faster, your hand steadiness decreases, carbon monoxide increase, temperature of skin goes down, and the brain wave changes
- e the asymptomatic stage, which means the infection is present but there are few or no symptoms. This phase can last 10 years or more.
5 Multiple choice questions
- itching in infected area. Medication.
- severe acne, increased cholesterol, increased facial hair, baldness, deeper voice, disrupted menstrual cycle, infertility, bloating, rapid weight gain, and liver cancer.
- mothers against drunk driving, founded to look for effective solutions to underage drinking and drunk driving
- marks the beginning of AIDS. The helper T cell count is 200 or less and AIDS-defining conditions develop, such as opportunistic infections.
- Illegal drugs can have permanent effects on the brain and the body.
You can become addicted.
You can catch infectious diseases from needles.
5 True/False questions
Heroin → is a chemically altered form of morphine. Heroin is highly addictive. This addiction is debilitating and often ruins people's lives
The benefits of being smoke free → marks the beginning of AIDS. The helper T cell count is 200 or less and AIDS-defining conditions develop, such as opportunistic infections.
Anabolic steroid → pubic lice, scabies, and Trichomonlasis
Snuff → driving under the influence
Nicotine → is the addictive drug found in all tobacco products.