What is a characteristic that all songbirds share in Florida? A, They all have red feathers They all have red feathers B, They all live in or near forests They all live in or near forests C, The all have regulated hunting seasons The all have regulated hunting seasons D, They are all protected and cannot be hunted They are all protected and cannot be hunted
What do multimillion-dollar sponsorships of famous athletes symbolize? globalization leadership commercialization sportsmanship
What percent of one’s daily caloric intake should come from carbohydrates? a. 10 - 35% b. 20 - 35% c. 45 - 65% d. 70 - 75%
Self-confidence is the most important quality for A. good listening skills. B. communication. C. building new relationships. D. consideration.
It's believed that cardiorespiratory exercise can help prevent heart disease because A. once the body gets stronger, it no longer absorbs saturated fat. B. many studies have linked cardiorespiratory exercise to the lowering of blood pressure. C. once a person starts exercising, he or she can eat anything. D. it helps to thin the blood
One of the key disadvantages of buying fitness equipment is __________. A. privacy B. flexibility C. maintenance D. choice
Regular exercise could decrease the risk of which of these diseases A. colon cancer B. pancreatic cancer C. type I diabetes D. epilepsy
Someone who takes inhalants is risking which of the following outcomes? Psychotic behavior Damaged brain cells Restlessness Paranoia
WILL GIVE BRAINLIEST ANSWER TO CORRECT PERSON The humanistic theory of Abraham Maslow emphasizes that a. thrill-seeking behavior is consistent with the drive-reduction theory. b. esteem needs are filled before we may attain self-actualization. c. maintaining homeostasis depends on conscious decisions. d. our need for love is more important than our need for safety WILL GIVE BRAINLIEST ANSWER TO CORRECT PERSON
Which of the following are NOT common buzz words found on the labels of health products? a. No Side Effects! b. Miracle Cure! c. No Natural Ingredients! d. Studies Underway!
Which of the following procedures for providing first aid for severe bleeding is not correct? a. the victim should sit upright. b. the wound should be elevated. c. gloves should be worn. d. new bandages should be placed on top of old bandages. user: which of the following procedures for providing first aid for severe bleeding is not correct? a. the victim should sit upright. b. the wound should be elevated. c. gloves should be worn. d. new bandages ...
Practicing sports skills is one way of improving skill-related fitness. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F
Which causes malaria, African sleeping sickness, and amoebic dysentery?A. FungiB. VirusesC. BacteriaD. Protists
Smoking reduces a person's life span by an average of __________. a. 1 to 2 years b. 4 to 5 years c. 10 to 11 years d. 13 to 14 years
When considering special needs acceptance guidelines, which of the following is NOT included? A. A "one-size fits all" approach should be maintained. B. Need-based boundaries should be established. C. Activity-based boundaries should be established. D. Everyone should be treated fairly.
What is a long-term emotional benefit to quitting alcohol or drug use? Improved ability to handle stress Decreased chances of sadness Increased hyperactivity and energy Decreased sensitivity or hurt feelings
Which of the following foods provide the most fiber? a. fats, fatty acids, and oils b. fruits, vegetables, and grains c. milk, cheese, and dairy products d. meat, poultry, and fish