5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Phase III of HIV infection
- Side stream smoke
- pubic lice
- tobacco use
- Long term effects of drug abuse
- a The most avoidable cause of death in the U.S
- b 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.
- c is the smoke that escapes from the tip of a lit cigarette, cigar, or pipe. This can be as much as half of the total smoke.
- d marks the beginning of AIDS. The helper T cell count is 200 or less and AIDS-defining conditions develop, such as opportunistic infections.
- e intense itching in pubic area. Medication can kill them.
5 Multiple choice questions
- the white blood cells that activate the immune response and that are the primary target cells of HIV infection
- a type of depressant that can be swallowed. It causes euphoria, reduced anxiety, loss of inhibitions, and drowsiness.
- problem drinking, tolerance, dependence, alcoholism
- describes the ingestion or application of a drug or other substance in quantities that are excessive. An overdose is widely considered harmful and dangerous as it can result in death.
- Lysergic acid diethylamide is is usually taken as tablets or absorbed through the tongue on small paper squares. LSD can increase energy, alter mood, and produce strange sensations or hallucinations. The effects of LSD can also be frightening.
5 True/False questions
Al-Anon → recovery program for people who have friends or family members with alcoholism
herbal cigaretes → are drugs that distort perceptions and cause a person to see or hear things that are not real.
MADD → 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
All illegal drugs have these three things in common: → 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.
drug abuse → drinking too much alcohol, drinking it too often, or drinking it at inappropriate times