Wellness is the struggle to keep all the components of health at their best possible levels. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F
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.
Which of the following terms describes the straightening of a joint, rather than the bending? A. flexion B. hyperextension C. extension D. none of the above
Patients needing social detox __________. A. are hopitalized for severe detox symptoms B. demonstrate mild detox symptoms C. need medication to assist with detoxing D. all of the above
Passive peer pressure includes all of the following EXCEPT: A. TV and radio advertisements B. threats C. popular people at school D. role models
Substance use/abuse becomes a form of self-soothing when you feel stressed or anxious. a.true b.false
Which of these characteristics would best help a student who is focused on achieving fitness goals? Politeness Creativity Love Self-control
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
Bad posture can result in __________. a. neck pain b. back pain c. muscle tightness d. all of the above
Which of the following substances found in tobacco smoke stimulates the brain? a. acetone b. toluene c. nicotine d. ammonia
Which is the best description of obesity? 1) A person is obese if he or she has an excess amount of body fat. 2) An obese person's weight is above the standard weight range for his or her height. 3) Obesity is when a person has an unusually large amount of muscle mass.
Parents are a large factor in how their children perceive their bodies. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F
Participating in __________ can improve flexibility. A. yoga B. pilates C. swimming D. all of the above
Which of the following is NOT a barrier method of birth control? a. birth control patch b. condom c. sponge d. spermicide
The frequency of an activity refers to the A. length of time it takes for an exercise or group of exercises to be complete. B. number of times an exercise or group of exercises is performed within an certain time frame. C. amount of energy exerted while performing an exercise. D. classification of exercise.
As a general rule, women __________. A. are more flexible than men B. are less flexible than men C. are as flexible than men D. are flexible in different ways than men
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
Food handlers must remove all obects on their hands and wrists except a plain band or stainless steel watch
Genetic research and testing includes __________. a. the Human Genome Projectb. gene therapyc. genetically engineering drugsd. all of the above