__________ is a short-term risk associated with tobacco use. A. Yellow teeth B. Lessened ability to smell C. Aging of the skin D. Coughing
Working on the cook line can be busy. It is best to: Use a hand sanitizer whenever you handle raw food products Dip your hands into a sanitizer bucket after you handle raw foods Wipe your hands on a dry cloth towel after you touch raw foods Wash your hands and use utensils to keep from touching raw foods
It is best to say "no" apologetically than to say it in a firm tone. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F
If you are diagnosed with athlete's foot, what type of pathogen is causing the infections? A. bacteria B. fungi C. protozoa D. viruses
In the recent past, what has made controlling malaria in Sierra Leone so difficult? A. There is no treatment for malaria. B. The many waterfalls in West African rivers make distribution of medicine impossible. C. Years of civil war have left the government unable to respond to malaria outbreaks. D. The French colonial government would not permit treatment for those infected.
Fatigue can be both ________________. Unexpected and fast Mental and physical Positive and negative Healthy and dangerous
Which statement about regular exercise is NOT true? A-To benefit from physical activity you should find one type of exercise that suits you best and stick to it. B-Your daily exercise doesn't have to be continuous, 10 minutes here and 15 minutes there can add up. C-Exercise does not have to mean going to the gym for workouts and playing organized sports.
What would be a symptom of an under-producing lacrimal gland? excess tears dry eyes excess saliva dry mouth
Which of the following statements about age of consent is NOT accurate? A.It varies from state to state.B.Violating it may result in a prison sentence.C.Violating it may result in being tagged as a sex offender.D.It is determined by the parents, not the government.
To apply the FITT principles to eating habits we use __________. A. fitness level of the person, intentions (weight loss or weight gain), types of food eaten, and time of day that food is consumed B. filling the stomach, ingesting healthy foods, tracking progress, and talking it over with a professional C. frequency of eating, intensity of calories contained in foods, times a day that you eat, and types of food you eat D. finding healthy foods you like, intensity of the foods on your plate, temperature of the foods eaten, and tracking your progress
Muscle strain and soreness is more likely if you rest regularly lift weights often exercise infrequently stretch routinely I think it's A. rest regularly
1. The testes produce _____ due to the movement of LH in the bloodstream. 2. During _____, the lining of the uterus is shed every month. 3. The most common type of cancer in males between the ages of 15–34 is 4. _____ can be caused by the heavy lifting of objects. 5. How many chromosomes do egg and sperm cells in the body contain?
A term used to encompass mental, emotional, social, and spiritual dimensions of health is a. psychoenvironmental. b. psychosocial. c. socio-holistic. d. socioemotional. user: calories from foods like soda and ice cream are called a. empty. b. organic. c. hollow. d. nutrient dense.
Which of the following statements is NOT accurate of blood alcohol content (BAC)? a. BAC is used to determine number of beverages consumed. b. BAC varies from one individual to the next. c. BAC is used to determine level of intoxication. d. BAC is the concentration of alcohol in a person's blood.
Which object would have the most momentum? A. a 500-pound car moving at 20 miles per hour B. a 200-pound car moving at 60 miles per hour C. a 100-pound car moving at 80 miles per hour D. a 50-pound car moving at 100 miles per hour GIVE ME A LETTER NOT A PARAGRAPH PLZ
An expecting mother's STI can put the life of the unborn baby at risk. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F
Carbohydrates give us energy. How does protein benefit us? A. It helps build muscles. B. It burns energy. C. It provides energy. D. It hydrates muscles.
The musculoskeletal system is broken down into A.skeleton joints and skin B.skin joints and muscle C.muscle skeleton and skin D.skeleton joints and muscles
(05.03 lc) which word best completes this sentence? alcohol poisoning can cause your body temperature to drop, resulting in _________________.
Why is it a myth that muscle turns into fat when someone stops working out? a. Muscle and fat are two different kinds of tissue. b. Muscle grows with physical inactivity. c. Fat converts into muscle but not vice versa. d. Only a small amount of muscle turns into fat.
Which of the following would you describe as a public health issue? A.a sudden outbreak of cholera B.a man having an operation due to food poisoning C.a candy story opening up in town
Why do people who participate in marathons tend to have smaller muscles? A. Lifting weights provides no benefits for them. B. Muscle endurance is more important for them than muscle strength. C. Continuous running burns glucose and fat. D. They participate in a sport more suited to their body type. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. A B C D
Individual sports require the coach to make all of the decisions for the athlete. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F
All of the following are environmental factors that affect human development except __________. A. chromosomes B. healthy eating habits C. economics D. living conditions
11. Would a fitness professional recommend totally eliminating fat from your diet? A. No, but it's recommended that fat intake be limited to 30 percent of daily total calories. B. No, as long as fats are unsaturated, the amount doesn't need to be monitored. C. Yes, because all fats can lead to various diseases. D. Yes, because the modern diet is too high in fats.
Organize the steps in homeostasis in the order in which they occur. 1) The control center interprets the data and decides what action is better. 2) The effort causes an action that returns the body to stable condition 3) A sensor monitors the bodies condition
Which of the following tests uses calipers to assess body composition? A. skinfold test B. sit-and-reach C. arm hang D. curl-up
A kosher diet is an example of a diet that is based on __________. A. morals and beliefs B. laws and illnesses C. health status and preferences D. wishes and medications
Which of the following is true about menopause? A. Anxiety and depression are typical responses in women in menopause. B. Women often report having more energy after menopause. C. Hot flashes during menopause result from low levels of estrogen. D. Interest in sex usually declines during and after menopause.
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.