When an individual consumes high protein food while drinking, the alcohol __________. a.is absorbed more quickly b.will affect the food's taste c.will cause nausea d.remains in the stomach longer?
How should you Start Safe in an emergency situation? A. All of the answers are ways to Start Safe in an emergency situation B. Familiarize yourself with your surroundings and thinking about what you would do in an emergency C. Know your employer's Emergency Action Plan (EAP) D. Recognize the importance of planning your emergency response before there is an actual emergency E. Understand the types of emergencies that could occur
A goniometer measures __________. A. a joint's maximum range of motion B. a joint's minimum range of motion C. a joint's flexion D. extension and hyperextension
Rank the following consequences of sunlight exposure from least serious to most serious. a. skin cancer, sunburn, premature aging b. premature aging, skin cancer, sunburn c. sunburn, premature aging, skin cancer d. skin cancer, premature aging, sunburn
Bones naturally begin to heal immediately after a fracture. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. a. True b. False
Which of the following is NOT a way diseases are spread? a. air b. skin c. blood d. moisture Please select the best answer from the choices provided. A B C D
Which of these people is most likely to be influenced by peer pressure? A: Diandra, who is very sociable, because people have to conform to peer pressure to be sociable. B: Gia, who wears only clothes that are in the latest style, even though she doesn't personally like them. C: Angelo, whose parents are very involved in his life, because he has really made decisions on his own.
There are significantly more STIs today than there were thirty years ago. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F
Which statement BEST describes how cancers are classified? a. Cancers are classified according to the type of tissue they affect. b. Cancers are classified according to the rate at which they grow. c. Cancers are classified by how many organs they affect. d. Cancers are classified by the size of the cells that are involved.
Water on the kitchen floor at home is considered a safety hazard. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F
Melanie isn't confident about about her looks and suffers from low self-esteem. What should she do? A. focus on her strong points, stay well-groomed, and remember that looks don't matter as much as she thinks B. seek antidepressant medication and stop paying so much attention to how she looks C. take meticulous care of her appearance and avoid going out in public unless she looks her best
When your body burns calories more efficiently, you A. exercise without fatigue. B. decrease the amount of muscle mass and increase the amount of body fat. C. increase the amount of muscle mass and decrease the amount of body fat. D. lose all your body fat.
Premarital education has no direct effect on marriage. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F
Which of the following BEST describes varicose veins? A. Veins cannot prevent the backflow of blood. B. Veins lose the ability to transport blood to the heart. C. Veins become used for transporting blood to and from the heart. D. Veins become less efficient at transferring waste to the blood.
To remain healthy, daily fluid intake should be much less than fluid loss. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T or F?
This hard but flexible structure is found in the nose and ears. A. tendons B. bones C. ligaments D. cartilage
Which one of the following weight management plans is themost effective? A. One that can be followed over the course of a lifetime B. One that requires specialty foods, such as canned drinks C. One that causes a person to lose a lot of weight in a short time period D. One that includes convenience foods that require little prep time
Any personal training plan should be developed using the FITT principles of exercise. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F
In which scenario is someone using peer pressure based on a reasoning tactic? a. "Don't be scared, Freddy. Only a baby would be afraid to try one little pill." b. "Come on, Megan. Try it. I'm totally sure that one puff won't kill you." c."Ralph, lighten up. If you won't even take a sip, you can't be in our group
Which of the following is responsible for regulating noise pollution? A. state and local authorities B. Environmental Protection Agency C. US Congress D. US Department of the Interior
Why is it important to detect an HIV infection as early as possible? a. to increase the patient's chances of being cured of the infection b. to prevent the patient from unknowingly passing on the virus c. to allow doctors the time needed to study the infection d. to alert the community of the presence of the infection
30. There were more than __________ bicyclists killed in motor vehicle crashes in Florida in 2012. A. 50B. 60C. 90D. 115 31. Accelerating is not an option in executing a decision. A. TRUEB. FALSE 32. Overdriving your headlights is __________ A. driving with only your parking lights on.B. driving at a speed that makes your stopping distance longer than the distance illuminated by your headlights.C. having your headlights aimed improperly.D. driving with your high-beam headlights on. 33. If your brakes fail, pumping the brake pedal may build up enough pressure to restore your brakes enough to come to a stop. A. TRUEB. FALSE 34. Weather conditions may affect your predictions. A. TRUEB. FALSE 35. __________ are considered a roadside hazard. A. AnimalsB. PedestriansC. BicyclistsD. all of the above 36. __________ increases the risk of having a sleep-related traffic crash. A. Getting sufficient sleepB. Driving in the late afternoon hours and driving for longer times without taking a breakC. Limiting driving between midnight and 6 a.m.D. all of the above 37. A person cannot afford to increase the risk of driving by having his or her skills reduced by alcohol. A. TRUEB. FALSE 38. Failure to read the child safety seat installation instructions and/or vehicle owner manual instructions regarding safety belts could result in serious injury or death as a result of a failure of the child safety seat to be securely and/or properly installed. A. TRUEB. FALSE 39. __________, combined with lap/shoulder safety belts, offer the most effective safety protection available today for passenger vehicle occupants. A. HeadrestsB. Crumple zonesC. AirbagsD. none of the above 40. Three out of four crashes happen at a speed of __________ miles per hour or less. A. 60B. 45C. 30D. 15
Setting goals that match your lifestyle helps improve chances that they will be reached. Tur or false
Which of the following statements is NOT true about using protective equipment? a. There is no correct way to use protective equipment. b. Helmets are designed differently for various sports. c. Mouth guards protect teeth from impacts. d. Following the rules of an activity is equally important.