All of the following are treatments for mental health disorders EXCEPT: a. group therapy b. chemotherapy c. psychotherapy d. medication
What is the most commonly cited cause of occupational injuries in the healthcare sector? A. Repositioning of patients B. Manual pipetting C. Slips and trips D. Workplace violence
Which statement accurately describes the safety of condom use?A.. Condoms are inexpensive and accessible, but they are not very effective at preventing infection or pregnancy.B.. If condoms don't tear or slip out of place, they help against infection and pregnancy.C.. Condoms are more effectiveat preventing pregnancy than hormone-based birth control methods.
Which of the following statements BEST describes an opportunistic infection (OI)? A. OIs are common only to people with healthy immune systems. B. OIs are more frequent in the earlier stages of HIV. C. OIs are the common cause of death of people with HIV/AIDS. D. OIs can be deadly to perfectly healthy people.
Why might overweight people choose to abuse a stimulant? A. to lose weight B. to lower their blood pressure C. to reduce panic attacks D. to help them sleep
Parents are a large factor in how their children perceive their bodies. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F
Why do some teens give in to peer pressure and abuse drugs? a. high self-esteemb. strong refusal skillsc. friends who use drugsd. self-assurance?
If you want to improve your muscular endurance, what is the best plan? Low resistance with high reps High resistance with low reps Low resistance with low reps High resistance with high reps
Which of the following chemicals, found in tobacco smoke, is also found in nail polish remover? A. ammonia B. acetone C. formaldehyde D. arsenic
When it comes to type 3 or horizontal violence, which of the following statements is true? a) only a small persentage of nurses have experiences type 3 violence b) a large percentage of nurces have experienced type 3 violence c) type 3 violence only refers to physical violence b) type 3 violence only refers to verbal abuse
If you need a routine health checkup, which facility is most cost-effective? A)convenient care clinic B)emergency room hospital C)urgent care center
Which of the following is NOT true about the body mass index? a. uses statistical data of weight and height across the population b. measures the percentage of one's body fat directly c. relies on a correlation between weight and body fat d. does not account for one's body frame size or muscle content
Which tool has NOT greatly reduced the number of people who have died from infectious diseases? disinfectants antiseptics analgesics antibiotics
Which of the following statements BEST describes the sprint test? A. It is conducted over a specified short distance. B. The sprint test begins at a slow pace that increases as the runner continues. C. The runner should sprint as fast as possible to the finish line. D. Sprinting is running at a moderate, sustainable pace.
All factors that influence our physical fitness can be controlled. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F
Which of the following factors should be considered when designing a personal fitness program? a. goals b. activities c. variety d. all of the above
Which of the following joints is not found in the hands and wrists?a.pivot b.hinge c.condyloid d. Saddle
The final stage of the grieving process is __________, which provides __________. A. anger . . . an outlet for dangerous feelings B. bargaining . . . the opportunity to trade something to erase your loss C. acceptance . . . the ability to move forward in life D. depression . . . the time to feel your deep sorrow