How many exercises encompass stretching in the human body? a. eight b. too many to count c. that depends one each individual d. none
Which area of study is NOT related to the health and wellness field? a. environmental science b. nutrition c. exercise science d. kinesiology
To develop good eye habits, you should ___________. A. do eye exercises B. aim high, keep your eyes moving, and get the big picture C. use eye drops D. both B and C
Which of the following would be the BEST activity to help you maintain a healthy skeletal system? A. exercising often and eating a balanced diet B. resting often and receiving proper immunizations C. exercising often and eating only protein for your morning meal D. resting often and eliminating calcium from your diet
Which of the following could prevent earmuffs from providing your ears good protection from noise? A. All of the answer choices are correct B. Ear rings C. Eye glasses D. Hair
A claim that describes the potential effect of a food, food component, or a dietary supplement is a. A. Health claim. B. Structure/function claim. C. Nutrient content claim. D. Scientific statement.
Activities that can help reduce the stress level in a family include __________. A. exercising B. reading C. going for a walk D. all of the above
Which would be considered an environmental stress? a. arguing with family b. fearing failure c. feeling ashamed
Cardiovascular efficiency muscular strength and endurance flexibility and body composition are all considered BLANK related factors. Any thoughts?
Public health protects and improves the health of which of the following? individuals families <----I think this one? children entire populations
As one ages, bones shrink in size and density, making them more susceptible to fractures. true or false
From a health point of view, how many sets are suggested when strength training? A) 1 B) 2 C) 3 D) 2 or more
Of all the health and wellness careers, which one has the least opportunity for future job growth? a. physical therapist b. sports physician c. nutritionist d. group fitness instructor
All of the following are long-term risks associated with exposure to secondhand smoke EXCEPT: a. increased risk of respiratory illness b. increased risk of lung cancer c. change in senses d. increased risk of cardiovascular disease User: In what year were cigarette packages made to include 6 warning labels that mentioned the surgeon general
Before beginning an exercise program, a person should always A. have a medical exam to make sure it's safe to begin exercising. B. establish his or her maximum workout limit through one intense workout. C. consult with friends to see what workout works for them and then copy their workout regimen. D. attempt to run one mile to test his or her fitness level.
Which of the following is a controllable risk factor of infectious diseases? drug abuse pollution air or heredity
Which of the following is true about pathogens like Shigella, E. coli, salmonella, norovirus, and Hepatitis A?
Which of the following statements best describes Ergonomics? A. Ergonomics involves the study of the human body. B. Ergonomics is the science of adjusting environments, tasks, or procedures to fit you, the healthcare worker. C. Ergonomics is the study of human psychology. D. Ergonomics is the science of adjusting you, the healthcare worker, to fit the environment, tasks, or procedures.