5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Phase III of HIV infection
- Mainstream smoke
- Human immunodeficiency virus
- long term effects of alcohol
- a marks the beginning of AIDS. The helper T cell count is 200 or less and AIDS-defining conditions develop, such as opportunistic infections.
- b -injected, snorted, or smoked drug. It causes confusion, distortion of reality, and numbness.
- c is the virus that primarily affects cells of the immune system and that causes AIDS
- d brain damage, shrunken/ dead brain cells, irregular heart beat, high blood pressure, enlargement of the heart, anemia, diminished immune system function, decreased ability to absorb vitamins, hepatitis, corrhosis, liver cancer, irriation of the esophagus and stomach, stomach bleeding, cancer of mouth, esophagus and stomach, loss of bladder control
- e is the smoke that is inhaled through a tobacco product and exhaled by the user.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Smoking marijuana over a long period has many of the same negative health effects as smoking tobacco. Marijuana use is also dangerous when driving. The loss of attention and coordination can make driving high as dangerous as driving drunk.
- cold sores, blisters, red bumps and blisters. No cure but medications can reduce frequency
- is the dried flowers and leaves from the plant.
- Chlamydia, Pelvic inflammatory disease, Gonorrhea, and Syphilis
- a disease in which a person has a physical or psychological dependence on drinks that contain alcohol
5 True/False questions
Phase I of HIV infection → the asymptomatic stage, which means the infection is present but there are few or no symptoms. This phase can last 10 years or more.
Scabies → Students Against Destructive Decisions- an organization dedicated to helping students say no to drinking and driving and to make decisions that are not high risk
Al-Anon → mothers against drunk driving, founded to look for effective solutions to underage drinking and drunk driving
Addictive → is the addictive drug found in all tobacco products.
short term effects of alcohol → depresses CNS, lowers inhibitions, reduces judgement, decreases fine motor skills, slows reaction time, dulls senses, alters balance, body temperature drops, breathing & heart rate slows