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
Vitamins A,D,E, and K are dependent upon ________ for their absorption by cells. A) carbohydrates B) fats C) proteins
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
How can your friend prepare for lifestyle changes involved with quitting substance abuse? Use regular reminders of personal motivations like family, career, and health Reserve treats or rewards for when he is no longer tempted to do drugs Create a cover story to tell friends and family so they do not know he is in rehab Keep his schedule and friends as consistent as possible to avoid too many changes
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
The external sac of skin enclosing the testes is referred to as the ______ A)scrotum B)ovaries C)blastocysts D)Fallopian tubes
True or false: The toxic buildup of waste products in the bloodstream is a condition known as nephritis
What are the odds of nonsmokers developing cardiovascular disease when compared to smokers? a. Nonsmokers are four times more likely to develop cardiovascular disease. b. Nonsmokers are twice as likely to develop cardiovascular disease. c. Nonsmokers and smokers are equally likely to develop cardiovascular disease. d. Nonsmokers are half as likely to develop cardiovascular disease.
Which item is a measurement of fitness a breathing capacity b flexiblity c mental awareness d family health history?
Sperm cells are stored in a tube at the back of each testicle called the epididymis. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F
The warm-up portion of a workout program is more important than the cool down portion. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F
Excretion rates of drugs vary greatly depending upon__________________. a. The type of drug and length of time since it was ingested b. The type of drug involved and medical condition of the person c. How much of the drug was taken d. The age and weight of the person
Which of the following contraceptives has a failure rate of 28 percent? A. tubal ligation B. spermicide C. male condom D. oral contraceptives
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
Complex genetic diseases are different from single-gene diseases because they __________. A. cause death almost instantly B. are caused by mutations to multiple genes C. are more easily passed from one generation to the next D. cannot be affected by lifestyle choices
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