5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Genital herpes
- short term effects of alcohol
- 3 ways that HIV is spread
- a depresses CNS, lowers inhibitions, reduces judgement, decreases fine motor skills, slows reaction time, dulls senses, alters balance, body temperature drops, breathing & heart rate slows
- b cold sores, blisters, red bumps and blisters. No cure but medications can reduce frequency
- c a type of depressant that can be swallowed. It causes euphoria, reduced anxiety, loss of inhibitions, and drowsiness.
- d during sexual activity, which includes vaginal, oral, and anal sex, with an infected person
through sharing needles or other intravenous injection equipment with an infected person
from an infected mother to her infant before or during the birth process or by breast-feeding.
- e a deficiency of red blood cells
5 Multiple choice questions
- beginning or worsening of symptoms as the immune system fails.
- the asymptomatic stage, which means the infection is present but there are few or no symptoms. This phase can last 10 years or more.
- the white blood cells that activate the immune response and that are the primary target cells of HIV infection
- stimulant drug that is sorted, injected, smoked, or swallowed. It causes increased alertness and energy, loss of appetite, euphoria, hyperactivity, restlessness, anxiety, increased heart rate, increased breathing rate, and elevated blood pressure.
- the occurrence of more cases of a disease than expected
5 True/False questions
Chronic bronchitis → a toxic gas that keeps oxygen from getting into the bloodstream.
HIV antibodies → itching in infected area. Medication.
SADD → mothers against drunk driving, founded to look for effective solutions to underage drinking and drunk driving
dementia → Physically based losses in mental functioning: alcoholism is the leading cause of this.
Pandemic → the occurrence of more cases of a disease than expected