Health

Which of the following would have the least impact on physical health?
A. Communicating well with others
B. Taking part in regular physical activity
C. Getting plenty of rest
D. Eating nutritious foods
A. Communicating well with others.
Which of the following is NOT one of the three main components of health?
A. Spiritual
B. Physical
C. Mental / emotional
D. Social
A. Spiritual
A triangle is the shape used to represent the components of total health.
A. True
B. False
A. True
The traits that are biologically passed from parents to children are known as
A. Media.
B. Peers.
C. Heredity.
D. Environment.
C. Heredity
Which of the following techniques can help you to locate valid health information on the Internet?
A. Use only sites belonging to manufacturers of health care products.
B. Use Wikipedia.
C. Find sites that are the most popular.
D. Use sites with .gov or .edu in their addresses.
D. Use sites with .gov or .edu in their addresses.
Your friends are a part of your physical environment.
A. True
B. False
B. False
Taking steps to keep something from happening or getting worse is called
A. Prevention.
B. Cumulative risk.
C. Abstinence.
D. Risk behavior.
A. Prevention.
Which of the following statements is true?
A. Risk behaviors can harm your health.
B. Risk behaviors are illegal for everyone.
C. Only teens engage in risk behaviors.
D. There is no way to avoid risk behaviors.
A. Risk behaviors can harm your health.
Getting 8-10 hours of sleep each night is a lifestyle factor that promotes good health.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of a health-literate person?
A. Poor communication skills
B. Critical thinking and problem-solving abilities
C. Being a responsible, productive citizen
D. Being a self-directed learner.
A. Poor communication skills
A health-literate person would do all of the following EXCEPT
A. Determining whether health information is trustworthy.
B. Taking more than the prescribed dose of medicine.
C. Assessing the risks and benefits of treatment.
D. Understanding test results.
B. Taking more than the prescribed dose of medicine.
A high level of individual wellness has a negative impact on the community.
A. True
B. False
B. False
Which of the following is not a skill that enables you to give and receive information?
A. Refusal
B. Interpersonal communication
C. Stress management
D. Conflict resolution
C. Stress management
Refusal is
A. Agreeing to unhealthy behaviors even though you know they are wrong.
B. Saying no to unhealthy behaviors.
C. Resolving problems with others in healthy ways.
D. Using healthy strategies to reduce and manage stress in your life.
B. Saying no to unhealthy behaviors
Using “I” messages is a part of advocacy.
A. True
B. False
B. False
Which of the following is not an aspect of physical health?
A. Making and keeping friends
B. Eating well and drinking plenty of water
C. Being physically active
D. Getting enough sleep
A. Making and keeping friends
Which of the following techniques can help you to locate valid health information on the Internet?
A. Use only sites belonging to manufacturers of health care products.
B. Use Wikipedia.
C. Find sites that are the most popular.
D. Use sites with .gov or .edu in their addresses.
D. Use sites with .gov or .edu in their aaddresses
Which of the following is NOT a lifestyle factor that promotes good health?
A. Flossing your teeth daily
B. Getting 8-10 hours of sleep every night
C. Eating a nutritious breakfast every day
D. Skipping breakfast on most days
D. Skipping breakfast on most days
Which of the following statements is true?
A. Risk behaviors can harm your health.
B. Risk behaviors are illegal for everyone.
C. Only teens engage in risk behaviors.
D. There is no way to avoid risk behaviors.
A. Risk behaviors can harm your health
Personal habits and behaviors that relate to the way a person lives are called
A. Health promotion.
B. Risk participation.
C. Lifestyle factors.
D. Negative consequences.
C. Lifestyle factors
The nation’s health goals are revised every
A. Five years.
B. Ten years.
C. Six months.
D. Year.
B. Ten years
To make sound health decisions, you need to develop
A. Physical fitness.
B. Communication skills.
C. Health skills.
D. Health literacy.
D. Health literacy
Which of the following is not one of the 10 basic health skills?
A. Stress
B. Communication
C. Analyzing influences
D. Advocacy
A. Stress
What are the two self-management skills that your textbook suggests?
A. Practicing healthful behaviors and managing stress
B. Advocacy and managing stress
C. Practicing healthful behaviors and having stress
D. Advocacy and having stress
A. Practicing healthful behaviors and managing stress
Conflict resolution is
A. Using healthy strategies to reduce and manage stress in your life.
B. Acting to reduce risks and protect yourself against illness and injury.
C. Determining goals and developing a plan to achieve them.
D. Resolving problems with others in healthy ways.
D. Resolving problems with others in healthy ways
Your friends are a part of your physical environment.
A. True
B. False
B. False
The Internet is one form of media.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Getting 8-10 hours of sleep each night is a lifestyle factor that promotes good health.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Understanding health education empowers people to improve their quality of life.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Refusal strategies can be used to help you say no to activities that go against your values.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Setting health-related goals
A. Takes a lot of time and creates stress.
B. Is a one-time event.
C. Ensures you will obtain your goals.
D. Helps you plan and safeguard your well-being.
D. Helps you plan and safeguard your well-being
An action plan should include all of the following except
A. Creating an unrealistic goal that will be difficult to obtain.
B. Listing the steps you will take to reach the goal.
C. Identifying sources of help and support.
D. Rewarding yourself for achieving your goal.
A. Creating an unrealistic goal that will be difficult to obtain
Weighing possible outcomes is a step in the decision-making process.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Product labels give you important information about what a product contains. All of the following should be found on a label except
A. Warnings about possible health risks.
B. Information about the product’s manufacturer.
C. Nicknames for the product.
D. The product’s use.
C. Nicknames for the product
All of the following are groups that test the safety of a product except
A. CDF.
B. Underwriters Laboratory.
C. Snell.
D. American National Standards Institute (ANSI).
A. CDF
Comparison shopping enables you to choose the best product for you with the best value for your money.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Having enough skills to do something is known as
A. Competence.
B. Resilience.
C. Self-esteem.
D. Self-actualization.
A. Competence
Striving to become the best you can be is called
A. Self-esteem.
B. Competence.
C. Self-actualization.
D. Being resilient.
C. Self-actualization
Individuals with healthy self-esteem take pride in their own accomplishments.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Your sense of yourself as a unique individual is your
A. Personal identity.
B. Personality.
C. Character.
D. Role model.
A. Personal identity
Choosing not to cheat is an example of
A. Demonstrating positive values.
B. Recognizing your strengths and weaknesses.
C. Developing a purpose in your life.
D. Forming meaningful relationships.
A. Demonstrating positive values
Trustworthiness, respect, and irresponsibility are traits of good character.
A. True
B. False
B. False
Deep breathing, meditation, and muscle relaxation are all strategies that can be used
A. To show empathy to others.
B. As unhealthful responses to emotions.
C. As defense mechanisms.
D. To manage emotions.
D. To manage emotions.
All of the following are positive ways to respond to difficult emotions except
A. Avoiding dealing with the emotion.
B. Relaxing your muscles.
C. Getting away from the situation until you calm down.
D. Writing about your emotions in a journal.
A. Avoiding dealing with the emotion
Empathy is the ability to imagine and understand how someone else feels.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Which of the following word groups represents the three major influences on your health?
A. Heredity, peer groups, lifestyle factors
B. Heredity, environment, lifestyle factors
C. Heredity, spirituality, environment
D. Heredity, environment, peer groups
B. Heredity, environment, lifestyle factors
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of a health-literate individual?
A. Being an effective communicator
B. Being a critical thinker
C. Being a responsible citizen
D. Being a highly educated person
D. Being a highly educated person
Having a positive attitude can help protect you against
A. Cholesterol.
B. Stress.
C. Disease.
D. Danger.
B. Stress
Being constantly overwhelmed by everyday challenges is a sign of poor
A. Mental and emotional health.
B. Physical health.
C. Spiritual health.
D. Social health.
A. Mental and emotional health
If you check the price and ingredients of two different shampoos, you are
A. Comparison shopping.
B. Taking part in malpractice.
C. Giving a testimonial.
D. Being an advocate.
A. Comparison shopping
The primary purpose of television commercials advertising health products is to
A. Advocate for consumers’ rights.
B. Inform the consumer about health products.
C. Sell particular products.
D. Share information with medical professionals.
C. Sell particular products
A teen who wears a bicycle helmet every time he rides his bike is demonstrating which health skill?
A. Decision making
B. Practicing healthful behaviors
C. Conflict resolution
D. Stress management
B. Practicing healthful behaviors
Which of the following describes an unhealthful way to deal with emotions?
A. Using relaxation techniques to deal with intense emotions
B. Writing about emotions in a journal or diary
C. Seeking help to deal with overwhelming emotions
D. Exaggerating an emotion to get a response from friends
D. Exaggerating an emotion to get a response from friends
Juan refuses to let himself talk about or think about a recent argument with his parents. Juan is using
A. Hostility.
B. A defense mechanism.
C. Empathy.
D. Hormones.
B. A defense mechanism
Which of the following does not describe a healthful way to manage anger?
A. Talking with a trusted friend
B. Taking part in vigorous physical activity
C. Taking part in a relaxing, soothing activity
D. Yelling at friends and family
D. Yelling at friends and family
A positive outlook is a characteristic of
A. Individuals with good social health.
B. Individuals with good mental and emotional health.
C. Individuals with good physical health.
D. Individuals with poor overall health.
B. Individuals with good mental and emotional health
Good total health can best be achieved by
A. Spending large amounts of time talking on the phone with friends.
B. Focusing most of your time on physical health.
C. Paying attention to all three sides of the health triangle.
D. Worrying only about emotions and spiritual issues.
C. Paying attention to all three sides of the health triangle
Which of the following behaviors would have a negative impact on an individual’s total health?
A. Making responsible choices
B. Showing disrespect to other students
C. Avoiding tobacco
D. Taking responsibility for actions
B. Showing disrespect to other students
Which of the following is not an aspect of physical health?
A. Making and keeping friends
B. Eating well and drinking plenty of water
C. Being physically active
D. Getting enough sleep
A. Making and keeping friends
A person in good social health
A. May not be in good physical health.
B. Has few friends at school.
C. Spends a lot of time alone.
D. Gets along well with others.
D. Gets along well with others
You are likely to move in a negative direction on the health continuum if
A. You accept responsibility for your health.
B. You engage in daily physical activity.
C. You fail to practice healthful behaviors.
D. You regularly eat a healthful diet.
C. You fail to practice healthful behaviors
Which of the following is NOT one of the three main components of health?
A. Spiritual
B. Physical
C. Mental / emotional
D. Social
A. Spiritual
The traits that are biologically passed from parents to children are known as
A. Media.
B. Peers.
C. Heredity.
D. Environment.
C. Heredity
The collective beliefs, customs, and behaviors of a group is called
A. Media.
B. Culture.
C. Technology.
D. Peers.
B. Culture
Which of the following techniques can help you to locate valid health information on the Internet?
A. Use only sites belonging to manufacturers of health care products.
B. Use Wikipedia.
C. Find sites that are the most popular.
D. Use sites with .gov or .edu in their addresses.
D. Use sites with .gov or .edu in their addresses
Related risks that increase in effect with each added risk are called
A. Prevention.
B. Cumulative risks.
C. Risk behaviors.
D. Abstinence
B. Cumulative risks
Which of the following statements is true?
A. Risk behaviors can harm your health
B. Risk behaviors are illegal for everyone.
C. Only teens engage in risk behaviors.
D. There is no way to avoid risk behaviors.
A. Risk behaviors can harm your health
A person who practices multiple risk behaviors at the same time is likely to
A. Show sound judgment.
B. Be a healthy person.
C. Face more negative consequences.
D. Be a role model for his or her peers.
C. Face more negative consequences
Personal habits and behaviors that relate to the way a person lives are called
A. Health promotion.
B. Risk participation.
C. Lifestyle factors.
D. Negative consequences.
C. Lifestyle factors
In order to make good decisions regarding your health, you must be
A. Media literate.
B. Well-read.
C. Computer literate.
D. Health literate.
D. Health literate
Which of the following characteristics of Americans’ lives do the national health goals and objectives aim to increase?
A. Intelligence and quality
B. Easiness and length
C. Quality and length
D. Quality and happiness
C. Quality and length
Advocacy is
A. Setting goals and developing a plan to achieve them.
B. Working to improve your own health and the health of your family and community.
C. Acting to reduce risks and protect yourself against illness and injury.
D. Resolving problems with others in healthy ways.
B. Working to improve your own health and the health of your family and community
Which of the following is NOT a good source to use for retrieving health information?
A. Trusted adults who are knowledgeable about a particular subject
B. Recently published material written by respected, well-known science and health professionals
C. Health care providers and professionals
D. Internet sites such as Wikipedia
D. Internet sites such as Wikipedia
Goal setting is
A. Using healthy strategies to reduce and manage stress in your life.
B. Acting to reduce risks and protect yourself against illness and injury.
C. Resolving problems with others in healthy ways.
D. Determining goals and developing a plan to achieve them.
D. Determining goals and developing a plan to achieve them
Conflict resolution is
A. Using healthy strategies to reduce and manage stress in your life.
B. Acting to reduce risks and protect yourself against illness and injury.
C. Determining goals and developing a plan to achieve them.
D. Resolving problems with others in healthy ways.
D. Resolving problems with others in healthy ways
Judging the benefits of different products is called
A. Comparison shopping.
B. Advertising.
C. Warranty.
D. Health consumerism.
A. Comparison shopping
Someone who purchases or uses health products or services is a
A. Product label.
B. Comparison shopping.
C. Warranty.
D. Health consumer.
D. Health consumer
Having enough skills to do something is known as
A. Competence.
B. Resilience.
C. Self-esteem.
D. Self-actualization.
A. Competence
Having the ability to recover from disappointment or crisis is
A. Being competent.
B. Having good self-esteem.
C. Reaching self-actualization.
D. Being resilient.
D. Being resilient
How much you value yourself is your
A. Self-actualization
B. Self-esteem.
C. Hierarchy of needs.
D. Resilience.
B. Self-esteem
Which need is at the highest level of the hierarchy of needs?
A. Self-esteem needs
B. Physical needs
C. Safety needs
D. The need to reach your potential
D. The need to reach your potential
An individual who is respectful and honest is demonstrating good
A. Constructive criticism.
B. Personal identity.
C. Personality.
D. Character.
D. Character
Which is NOT a trait of good character?
A. Fairness
B. Respect
C. Anger
D. Citizenship
C. Anger
Which emotion is usually the result of acting in a way that does not agree with your values and beliefs?
A. Guilt
B. Love
C. Happiness
D. Anger
A. Guilt
Which of the following is NOT a question to ask yourself in order to help recognize your emotions?
A. “Should I wait before responding?”
B. “Whose fault is it that I feel this way?”
C. “Will this event matter later on in my life?”
D. “Who can help me deal with my negative feelings?”
B. “Whose fault is it that I feel this way?”
Of the three main components of health, eating nutritious foods and getting enough physical activity most impact physical health.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Heredity is an influence on health that you cannot control.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Getting 8-10 hours of sleep each night is a lifestyle factor that promotes good health.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Abstaining from the use of tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs is a lifestyle factor that promotes good health.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Health disparities are similarities in health outcomes between groups.
A. True
B. False
B. False
Using “I” messages is a part of advocacy.
A. True
B. False
B. False
Conflict resolution is a communication skill.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Refusal strategies can be used to help you say no to activities that go against your values.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Your likes and dislikes are personal beliefs.
A. True
B. False
B. False
Self-management skills include practicing healthful behaviors and managing stress.
A. True
B. False
A. True
The first step of the goal-setting process is to state the situation.
A. True
B. False
B. False
Comparison shopping enables you to choose the best product for you with the best value for your money.
A. True
B. False
A. True
A positive outlook is a characteristic of good mental and emotional health.
A. True
B. False
A. True
According to Maslow, humans must have their emotional needs met before they can be concerned with any other needs.
A. True
B. False
B. False
Mental processes that protect individuals from strong or stressful emotions or situations are called hostility.
A. True
B. False
B. False
A bond or connection with another person is a
A. Cooperation.
B. Role.
C. Compromise.
D. Relationship.
D. Relationship
All of the following are types of relationships discussed in this lesson, except
A. Friends.
B. Family.
C. Enemies.
D. Community.
C. Enemies
The following are qualities that are found in healthy relationships: mutual respect, caring, honesty, and commitment.
A. True
B. False
A. True
All of the following are reasons why teens bully others except
A. To be part of a group.
B. To keep from being bullied themselves.
C. It makes them feel superior.
D. To show their victims that they like them.
D. To show their victims that they like them
All of the following are ways to show respect to others except
A. Being considerate of others’ feelings.
B. Developing mutual trust.
C. Listening to others.
D. Bullying.
D. Bullying
Jesse prefers rap to classical music, but he goes to his friend Morgan’s violin recital to show support for her and listen to her play. This is an example of tolerance.
A. True
B. False
A. True
A communication style that expresses the speaker’s views clearly and respectfully is
A. Assertive.
B. Passive.
C. Aggressive.
D. Active listening.
A. Assertive
A communication style that is overly forceful, pushy, or hostile is
A. Passive.
B. Assertive.
C. Aggressive.
D. Active listening.
C. Aggressive
Aggressive communication is the most effective style of communication.
A. True
B. False
B. False
A(n) ______________ includes relatives other than parents and their children.
A. Extended family
B. Foster care
C. Nuclear family
D. Blended family
A. Extended family
Children who are temporarily placed in the care of adults not related to them are in
A. Foster care.
B. Nuclear families.
C. Blended families.
D. Extended families.
A. Foster Care
Stephen’s great-grandmother lives with him and his parents. This is an example of an extended family living together.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Having a legal responsibility for a child’s care is
A. Abuse.
B. Neglect.
C. Custody.
D. Divorce.
C. Custody
All of the following are traits of a strong family except
A. Lack of communication.
B. Trust.
C. Respect.
D. Commitment.
A. Lack of communication
When an adult marries again after divorce, it is called remarriage.
A. True
B. False
A. True
The part an individual plays in a relationship is a
A. Compromise.
B. Cooperation.
C. Role.
D. Relationship.
C. Role
All of the following are types of relationships discussed in this lesson, except
A. Friends.
B. Family.
C. Enemies.
D. Community.
C. Enemies
Assuming that all girls enjoy shopping is an example of a
A. Hazing.
B. Prejudice.
C. Stereotype.
D. Tolerance.
C. Stereotype
When you ask your friend what movie he would like to see, he replies, “Whatever you want to see.” What style of communication is your friend demonstrating?
A. Aggressive
B. Passive
C. Active
D. Assertive
B. Passive
When you state your own feelings rather than commenting on someone else’s behavior, you are using
A. Active listening.
B. Passive communication.
C. “I” messages.
D. Body language.
C. “I” messages
Which of the following is a form of nonverbal communication?
A. “I” messages
B. Restating what the speaker says
C. Constructive criticism
D. Body language
D. Body language
Which statement demonstrates constructive criticism?
A. “Your work for this group science project is terrible! We aren’t going to be able to use it.”
B. “I feel frustrated when you interrupt me. Please let me finish making my point, and then I’ll listen to what you have to say.”
C. “You choose the restaurant; I don’t care where we go.”
D. “I really hate it when you don’t do your share of the chores around the house.”
B. “I feel frustrated when you interrupt me. Please let me finish making my point, and then I’ll listen to what you have to say.
A married couple and their children from previous marriages form a(n)
A. Extended family.
B. Blended family.
C. Nuclear family.
D. Single-parent family.
B. Blended family
If you have brothers and sisters, they are your
A. Extended family.
B. Blended family.
C. Nuclear family.
D. Siblings.
D. Siblings
All of the following are traits of a strong family except
A. Lack of communication.
B. Trust.
C. Respect.
D. Commitment.
A. Lack of communication
The character traits that can strengthen a relationship are trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Listening to other people is one way to show respect for them.
A. True
B. False
A. True
The statement “Your hair looks like a rat’s nest” is constructive criticism.
A. True
B. False
B. False
Aggressive communication is the most effective style of communication.
A. True
B. False
B. False
The birth of a baby is a change in family structure.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Mistreatment of an individual by that individual’s husband or wife is called
A. Spousal abuse.
B. Neglect.
C. Child abuse.
D. Elder abuse.
A. Spousal abuse
The mistreatment of an older adult is called
A. Child abuse.
B. Spousal abuse.
C. Elder abuse.
D. Neglect.
C. Elder abuse
The three Rs for stopping domestic violence are recognize, resist, and report.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Which of the following is NOT a positive trait of strong friendships?
A. Loyalty
B. Jealousy
C. Empathy
D. Fairness
B. Jealousy
A healthy way to end a friendship that has become harmful would be
A. Explaining to your friend the ways in which he or she has been a bad friend to you.
B. Avoiding your friend until he or she gets the hint.
C. Asking your other friends to stop associating with this person.
D. Using “I” messages and communicating honestly with your friend about why you are choosing to end the friendship.
D. Using “I” messages and communicating honestly with your friend about why you are choosing to end the friendship
You should never share personal information with close friends.
A. True
B. False
B. False
Making a person feel guilty to get him or her to do something is an example of
A. Assertive communication.
B. Manipulation.
C. Harassment.
D. Aggressive communication.
B. Manipulation
Using flattery to influence another person is a
A. Method of manipulation.
B. Good way to get people to do what you want.
C. Type of assertive behavior.
D. Refusal skill.
A. Method of manipulation
People who are passive have a tendency to give up, give in, or back down.
A. True
B. False
A. True
The best definition of abstinence is
A. A technique for avoiding peer pressure.
B. An indirect method of influencing another person’s behavior.
C. A refusal skill used to avoid sexual activity.
D. The deliberate decision to avoid high-risk behaviors.
D. The deliberate decision to avoid high-risk behaviors.
The following are all reasonable expectations to have when going on a date, except that
A. You should be yourself with your date and communicate your thoughts and feelings honestly.
B. You should never feel pressured to do anything that goes against your values or your family’s guidelines.
C. Your date will definitely have the same limits as you.
D. Both parties should be treated with respect.
C. Your date will definitely have the same limits as you
Intimacy is an instant feeling of passion.
A. True
B. False
B. False
All of the following are possible impacts that sexual activity can have on a teen’s social health except
A. Preventing an individual from pursuing new interests.
B. Limiting relationships
C. Loss of self-respect.
D. Causing hardships related to finances, education, and career.
C. Loss of self-respect
All of the following statements are true of STDs, except that
A. Some STDs are curable.
B. Female sexual partners cannot transmit STDs.
C. Some STDs have no cure.
D. Some STDs can be life-threatening.
B. Female sexual partners cannot transmit STDs.
Some sexually transmitted diseases have no cure.
A. True
B. False
A. True
All of the following are qualities that are found in healthy relationships except
A. Mutual respect.
B. Hostility.
C. Caring.
D. Honesty.
B. Hostility
All of the following are examples of bullying except
A. Spreading rumors about someone.
B. Teasing someone.
C. Inviting someone to watch a movie.
D. Deliberately excluding someone from a group.
C. Inviting someone to watch a movie
Assuming that all girls like pink is an example of a
A. Tolerance.
B. Hazing.
C. Prejudice.
D. Stereotype.
D. Stereotype
Which of the following demonstrates assertive communication?
A. “You’d better clean that kitchen up right now!”
B. “I would like to see a movie tonight; does that sound good to you?”
C. “You choose the topic for the report; whatever you pick is fine with me.”
D. “We’re going to the movie I want to see!”
B. “I would like to see a movie tonight, does that sound good to you?”
What kind of body language can show interest in what a speaker is saying?
A. Folding your arms
B. Looking away from the speaker
C. Looking at something else
D. Nodding your head
D. Nodding your head
Having a legal responsibility for a child’s care is
A. Abuse.
B. Divorce.
C. Neglect.
D. Custody.
D. Custody
Which of the following is a change in family structure?
A. A family member becoming disabled
B. A move to a new home
C. The birth of a baby
D. The loss of a job
C. The birth of a baby
Which of the following best describes a support group?
A. Several people all coping with the illness of a parent
B. A neutral third party who can help resolve conflicts within a family
C. A center that provides medical care, counseling, food, and clothing in emergency situations
D. A place where victims can go to escape an abusive home
A. Several people all coping with the illness of a parent
People of similar age with similar interests are
A. Enemies.
B. Manipulation.
C. Peers.
D. Platonic friends.
C. Peers
All of the following would be an impact that sexual activity can have on a teen’s social health except
A. Causing hardships to finances, education, and career.
B. Preventing an individual from pursuing new interests.
C. Limiting relationships.
D. Loss of self-respect.
D. Loss of self-respect
The part an individual plays in a relationship is a
A. Compromise.
B. Cooperation.
C. Role.
D. Relationship.
C. Role
A bond or connection with another person is a
A. Cooperation.
B. Role.
C. Compromise.
D. Relationship.
D. Relationship
Which of the following is an example of good citizenship?
A. Working at an afterschool job
B. Getting good grades in school
C. Exercising regularly
D. Taking part in an effort to clean up a local river
D. Taking part in an effort to clean up a local river
All of the following are listed in your textbook as necessary skills to build a healthy relationship except
A. Compromise.
B. Cooperation.
C. Communication.
D. Caring.
D. Caring
An exaggerated or oversimplified belief about people who belong to a certain group is a
A. Bullying.
B. Tolerance.
C. Prejudice.
D. Stereotype.
D. Stereotype
The ability to accept others’ differences is
A. Hazing.
B. Tolerance.
C. Stereotype.
D. Bullying.
B. Tolerance
All of the following are ways to show respect to others except
A. Being considerate of others’ feelings.
B. Developing mutual trust.
C. Listening to others.
D. Bullying.
D. Bullying
When you ask your friend what movie he would like to see, he replies, “Whatever you want to see.” What style of communication is your friend demonstrating?
A. Aggressive
B. Passive
C. Active
D. Assertive
B. Passive
A married couple and their children form a(n)
A. Siblings.
B. Extended family.
C. Nuclear family.
D. Blended family.
C. Nuclear family
If you have brothers and sisters, they are your
A. Extended family.
B. Blended family.
C. Nuclear family.
D. Siblings.
D. Siblings
Which of the following scenarios describes the formation of a blended family?
A. A married couple divorces.
B. A couple adopts a baby.
C. Two single parents get married.
D. A grandparent moves in with a family.
C. Two single parents get married
If your family provides affirmation, they
A. Meet your physical needs.
B. Make you feel appreciated and supported.
C. Teach you health skills.
D. Set limits on your behavior.
B. Make you feel appreciated and supported
Children who are temporarily placed in the care of adults not related to them are in
A. Foster care.
B. Nuclear families.
C. Blended families.
D. Extended families.
A. Foster care
The decision for two married people to live apart from each other is
A. Separation.
B. Divorce.
C. Custody.
D. Abuse.
A. Separation
All of the following are traits of a strong family except
A. Lack of communication.
B. Trust.
C. Respect.
D. Commitment.
A. Lack of communication
Mistreatment of an individual by that individual’s husband or wife is called
A. Spousal abuse.
B. Neglect.
C. Child abuse.
D. Elder abuse.
A. Spousal abuse
The mistreatment of an older adult is called
A. Child abuse.
B. Spousal abuse.
C. Elder abuse.
D. Neglect.
C. Elder abuse
Failure to provide for a young person’s needs is
A. Elder abuse.
B. Spousal abuse.
C. Neglect.
D. Domestic violence.
Neglect
A woman who is treated violently by her husband is a victim of
A. Neglect.
B. Spousal abuse.
C. Elder abuse.
D. Child abuse.
B. Spousal abuse
People of similar age who share similar interests are referred to as
A. Peers.
B. Casual friends.
C. Close friends.
D. Cliques.
A. Peers
Cassie and Jon have a close, nonromantic friendship. Their friendship would be considered
A. A clique.
B. Casual.
C. Platonic.
D. A stereotype.
C. Platonic
Which of the following is a definite example of a clique?
A. A group of friends who play on the same hockey team
B. An individual’s list of friends on Facebook
C. A group of friends who met on an Internet forum about their favorite band
D. A group of friends who make fun of and exclude people who don’t wear the “right” clothes or have the “right” interests
D. A group of friends who make fun of and exclude people who don’t wear the “right” clothes or have the “right” interests
Which statement is generally true about peers?
A. You have fewer peers than close friends.
B. Your peers include people of all ages.
C. You share strong emotional bonds with peers.
D. You share similar interests with peers.
D. You share similar interests with peers
An effective way to resist negative peer pressure is to
A. Pressure other people to accept your views.
B. Join a clique that excludes outsiders.
C. Do something that goes against your values.
D. Make friends with people who share your values.
D. Make friends with people who share your values
An assertive response to peer pressure is
A. Shoving.
B. Stating your position.
C. Yelling.
D. Backing down.
B. Stating your position
Closeness between two people that develops over time is
A. Priorities.
B. Abstinence.
C. Intimacy.
D. Self-control.
C. Intimacy
The ability to use responsibility to override emotions is
A. Abstinence.
B. Self-control.
C. Intimacy.
D. Priorities.
B. Self-control
Abstinence requires self-control because sexual feelings
A. Always override responsibility.
B. Are unhealthy.
C. Are normal.
D. Should be prevented.
C. Are normal
The following are all reasonable expectations to have when going on a date, except that
A. You should be yourself with your date and communicate your thoughts and feelings honestly.
B. You should never feel pressured to do anything that goes against your values or your family’s guidelines.
C. Your date will definitely have the same limits as you.
D. Both parties should be treated with respect.
C. Your date will definitely have the same limits as you
Teens who are sexually active before they are ready may experience all of the following except
A. Emotional distress.
B. Greater popularity among their peers.
C. Loss of self-respect.
D. Regret and anxiety.
B. Greater popularity among their peers
The character traits that can strengthen a relationship are trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship.
A. True
B. False
A. True
The skills necessary to build a healthy relationship are communication, cooperation, and community.
A. True
B. False
B. False
Listening to other people is one way to show respect for them.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Jesse prefers rap to classical music, but he goes to his friend Morgan’s violin recital to show support for her and listen to her play. This is an example of tolerance.
A. True
B. False
A. True
A statement that focuses on your feelings is an “I” message.
A. True
B. False
A. True
If your family provides affirmation, they meet your physical needs.
A. True
B. False
B. False
A blended family occurs when two single parents get married.
A. True
B. False
A. True
The birth of a baby is a change in family structure.
A. True
B. False
A. True
The cycle of violence is a pattern of violence that repeats from one generation to the next.
A. True
B. False
A. True
To avoid unhealthy friendships, you need to resolve problems that arise within your friendships.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Bullying or other ways of persistently annoying others is called harassment.
A. True
B. False
A. True
People who are passive have a tendency to give up, give in, or back down.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Setting limits before a date can help ensure a safe and positive experience.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Some sexually transmitted diseases have no cure.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Pregnancy cannot result the first time a girl engages in sexual activity.
A. True
B. False
B. False
What is one example of a way to care for your nervous system?
A. Practicing good posture
B. Always wearing a seatbelt
C. Wearing shin guards while playing soccer
D. Eat a diet high in calcium.
B. Always wearing a seatbelt
One habit to avoid in order to keep your body systems healthy is
A. Sleeping seven hours a night.
B. Exercising.
C. Using illegal drugs.
D. Eating a well-balanced meal.
C. Using illegal drugs
An important function of the skeletal system is acting as a framework for muscles.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Which body system is in charge of breaking down food for use by the body cells?
A. Cardiovascular system
B. Skeletal system
C. Respiratory system
D. Digestive system
D. Digestive system
Avoiding this habit will help keep all of your body systems healthy.
A. Using tobacco
B. Exercising
C. Sleeping seven hours a night
D. Regular medical checkups
A. Using tobacco
Regular physical activity only benefits your cardiovascular system.
A. True
B. False
B. False
What nutrient is the basic building material for every body cell?
A. Fats
B. Minerals
C. Protein
D. Water
C. Protein
The nutrient that helps to regulate body temperature is
A. Carbohydrates.
B. Water.
C. Proteins.
D. Minerals.
B. Water
Good nutrition can affect your long-term health.
A. True
B. False
A. True
How many food groups are there?
A. Six
B. Four
C. Five
D. Three
C. Five
What is one additional guideline in making smart food choices?
A. Eat very little from the grain food group.
B. Avoid drinking water with your meals.
C. Do not eat breakfast.
D. Try not to overeat.
D. Try not to overeat
You should try to trade in processed foods for fresh food.
A. True
B. False
A. True
According to your textbook, “the ability to carry out daily tasks easily and have enough energy to respond to unexpected demands” is
A. Physical activity.
B. Fitness.
C. Flexibility.
D. Muscular endurance.
B. Fitness
You can reduce your risk of injury during sports by improving your
A. Body composition.
B. Muscular strength.
C. Flexibility.
D. Muscular endurance.
C. Flexibility
Muscular endurance helps you complete daily tasks such as carrying groceries and walking up and down the stairs.
A. True
B. False
A. True
The muscular system
A. Stores fats and minerals.
B. Enables body parts to move
C. Produces red and white blood cells.
D. Transmits messages to and from the brain.
B. Enables body parts to move
What is one example of a way to care for your nervous system?
A. Practicing good posture
B. Always wearing a seatbelt
C. Wearing shin guards while playing soccer
D. Eat a diet high in calcium.
B. Always wearing a seatbelt
Eating a healthy diet high in calcium, phosphorus, and vitamin D benefits your
A. Digestive system.
B. Nervous system.
C. Muscular system.
D. Skeletal system.
D. Skeletal system
What is one role fats play in keeping your body healthy?
A. Maintaining healthy skin and nails
B. Aiding muscle growth
C. Removing waste
D. Lubricating joints
A. Maintaining healthy skin and nails
The amount of food you should eat from each food group is NOT based on which of the following?
A. Your age
B. How much sleep you get
C. Your gender
D. Your activity level
B. How much sleep you get
What is one example of a nutrient-dense food?
A. Potato chips
B. Carrots
C. White bread
D. Soda
B. Carrots
A measure of energy is a
A. Nutrient.
B. Calorie.
C. Nutrition.
D. USDA.
B. Calorie
According to your textbook, “the ability to carry out daily tasks easily and have enough energy to respond to unexpected demands” is
A. Physical activity.
B. Fitness.
C. Flexibility.
D. Muscular endurance.
B. Fitness
There are ____ components of physical fitness.
A. Six
B. Seven
C. Three
D. Five
D. Five
How many minutes a day of physical activity should teenagers be getting?
A. 60
B. 90
C. 30
D. 45
A. 60
Managing stress correctly will help keep your cardiovascular system healthy.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Avoiding illegal drugs will benefit all of your body systems.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Body composition is the ratio of fat to lean tissue in your body.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Muscular endurance helps you complete daily tasks such as carrying groceries and walking up and down the stairs. A. True
B. False
A. True
Examples of flexibility exercises include pushups and lunges.
A. True
B. False
B. False
How many minutes a day should your fitness plan activities total?
A. 45
B. 60
C. 15
D. 30
B. 60
The purpose of a warm-up before a workout is to
A. Return your breathing to normal.
B. Return your heart rate to normal.
C. Increase blood flow to your muscles.
D. Make your workout last longer.
C. Increase blood flow to your muscles
A warm-up helps return your breathing to normal.
A. True
B. False
B. False
Drugs used to treat or prevent diseases or other conditions are called
A. Medicine.
B. Narcotics.
C. Vaccines.
D. Insulin.
A. Medicine
What is NOT a safe way to use medicine?
A. Buying it over the counter instead of getting a prescription
B. Taking it whenever you think you need it
C. Topically
D. Inhaled
B. Taking it whenever you think you need it
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulates medicine to make sure it is safe.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Carbon monoxide affects your body by
A. Increasing your appetite.
B. Reducing the oxygen provided to your body tissues.
C. Increasing your heart rate.
D. Causing your teeth to turn yellow.
B. Reducing the oxygen provided to your body tissues
What is one possible long-term effect of tobacco use?
A. Increased breathing rate
B. Smelly hair and clothes
C. Decreased appetite
D. Chronic bronchitis and cough
D. Chronic bronchitis and cough
Tobacco use is the leading cause of preventable death and disability in the United States.
A. True
B. False
A. True
What is one short-term effect of heavy alcohol use?
A. Impaired vision
B. Damage to brain cells
C. Destruction of the pancreas
D. Increased blood pressure
A. Impaired vision
What is one benefit to living alcohol-free?
A. Reduced risk of being involved in a violent crime
B. Having health problems
C. Having fewer friends
D. Having unhealthy family relationships
A. Reduced risk of being involved in a violent crime
In the United States, it is not illegal to drink alcoholic beverages under the age of 21, only to buy them.
A. True
B. False
B. False
A strong, sometimes fatal reaction to taking a large amount of a drug is a/an
A. Substance abuse.
B. Addiction.
C. Overdose.
D. Illegal drug.
C. Overdose
What type of illegal drug involves the use of common household substances such as paint, glue, and gasoline?
A. Opiates
B. Stimulants
C. Inhalants
D. Club drugs
C. Inhalants
Not all illegal drugs are harmful.
A. True
B. False
B. False
The body system that is responsible for transmitting messages from other body parts back and forth to the brain is the
A. Skeletal system.
B. Nervous system.
C. Digestive system.
D. Cardiovascular system.
B. Nervous system
Which important organ is part of the cardiovascular system?
A. Stomach
B. Brain
C. Heart
D. Lungs
C. Heart
What nutrient is essential for all of your body functions?
A. Proteins
B. Water
C. Fats
D. Carbohydrates
B. Water
The process by which your body takes in and uses food is
A. Carbohydrates.
B. Nutrients.
C. Nutrition.
D. Hunger.
C. Nutrition
What fraction of each meal should be fruits and vegetables?
A. 1/2
B. 1/3
C. 1/4
D. 2/3
A. 1/2
Any form of movement that causes your body to use energy is called
A. Body composition.
B. Flexibility.
C. Physical activity.
D. Fitness.
C. Physical activity
What type of medicine is not regulated by the FDA?
A. Prescription medicine
B. Cough medicine
C. Allergy medicine
D. Herbal medicine
D. Herbal medicine
One effect of tobacco use is a weakened immune system. What does it mean to have a weakened immune system?
A. A person has less energy.
B. The blood pressure is higher.
C. The body is more vulnerable to disease.
D. The heart rate is faster.
C. The body is more vulnerable to disease
What is a symptom of alcohol poisoning?
A. Seizures
B. Fast respiration
C. High body temperature
D. Regular heartbeat
A. Seizures
Any unnecessary or improper use of chemical substances for non-medical purposes is
A. Addiction.
B. Illegal drugs.
C. Substance abuse.
D. Overdose.
C. Substance abuse
What is one habit that will benefit all of your body systems?
A. Regular physical activity
B. Taking a shower every day
C. Getting at least two hours of direct sunlight a day
D. Drinking two glasses of water a day
A. Regular physical activity
What is one way to care for your digestive system?
A. Watch at least three hours of television a day.
B. Protect yourself from air pollution.
C. Eat a variety of low-fat, high-fiber foods.
D. Eat a diet high in sugar and fat.
C. Eat a variety of low-fat, high fiber foods
What is one way to care for your respiratory system?
A. Wear protective gear during physical activity.
B. Eat a diet high in fiber.
C. Practice good posture.
D. Wash your hands regularly.
D. Wash your hands regularly
Avoiding this habit will help keep all of your body systems healthy.
A. Using tobacco
B. Exercising
C. Sleeping seven hours a night
D. Regular medical checkups
A. Using tobacco
What nutrient is the basic building material for every body cell?
A. Fats
B. Minerals
C. Protein
D. Water
C. Protein
The nutrient that helps to regulate body temperature is
A. Carbohydrates.
B. Water.
C. Proteins.
D. Minerals.
B. Water
Which of the following does NOT relate to how your environment affects your food choices?
A. Emotions
B. Friends
C. Advertising
D. Time
A. Emotions
What is one of the healthful food guidelines set by the USDA?
A. Get the most nutrition out of your calories.
B. Eat the foods you like the most.
C. Eat a variety of foods from all four food groups.
D. Eat the same foods every day.
A. Get the most nutrition out of your calories
The amount of food you should eat from each food group is NOT based on which of the following?
A. Your age
B. How much sleep you get
C. Your gender
D. Your activity level
B. How much sleep you get
How many food groups are there?
A. Six
B. Four
C. Five
D. Three
C. Five
What is one way in which physical activity benefits your physical health?
A. Mood enhancement
B. Stronger muscles and bones
C. Chance to make new friends
D. Improved self-esteem
B. Stronger muscles and bones
What is one way in which physical activity benefits your mental/emotional health?
A. Improved balance and flexibility
B. Reduced risk of diseases
C. Stress relief
D. Development of teamwork skills
C. Stress relief
According to your textbook, “the ability to carry out daily tasks easily and have enough energy to respond to unexpected demands” is
A. Physical activity.
B. Fitness.
C. Flexibility.
D. Muscular endurance.
B. Fitness
There are ____ components of physical fitness.
A. Six
B. Seven
C. Three
D. Five
D. Five
The first step in creating a fitness plan is to
A. Choose a fitness goal.
B. Choose a warm-up exercise.
C. Choose activities.
D. Reward yourself.
A. Choose a fitness goal
In order to help guarantee that you will stay on track for your fitness plan, you should choose activities that are
A. Difficult.
B. Easy.
C. Enjoyable.
D. Typical of your daily routine.
C. Enjoyable
Drugs used to treat or prevent diseases or other conditions are called
A. Medicine.
B. Narcotics.
C. Vaccines.
D. Insulin.
A. Medicine
Which of the following is NOT a basic purpose of medicine?
A. Relieving pain
B. Improving brain function
C. Managing chronic conditions
D. Fighting pathogens
B. Improving brain function
What is one example of a medicine that helps manage a chronic condition?
A. The antibiotic penicillin
B. The antitoxin for preventing tetanus
C. A flu vaccine
D. An asthma inhaler
D. An asthma inhaler
Steve went to the doctor for a sore throat and was diagnosed with strep throat. The doctor gave him a prescription for an antibiotic. Now, Steve is feeling better, but his sister Michelle has a sore throat. Michelle wants to take the rest of Steve’s medicine instead of going to the doctor. This would be an example of
A. Over-the-counter medicine.
B. Topical medicine.
C. Medicine abuse.
D. Medicine misuse.
D. Medicine misuse
Which of the following is NOT an example of medicine misuse?
A. Doubling the recommended dose of a medicine in order to feel better faster
B. Stopping use of a prescription medicine without telling the doctor
C. Taking an over-the-counter pain reliever according to the instructions on the label
D. Giving someone else your prescription medicine
C. Taking an over-the-counter pain reliever according to the instructions on the label
A highly addictive drug that speeds up the activity of the nervous system, heart, and other organs is
A. Nicotine.
B. Tar.
C. Carbon monoxide.
D. Tobacco.
A. Nicotine
Which of the following is an ingredient found in cigarettes?
A. Hydrogen cyanide (found in rat poison)
B. Nicotine
C. Ammonia
D. All of these
D. All of these
Which of the following substances damages lung tissue and reduces lung function?
A. Emphysema
B. Oxygen
C. Tar
D. Nicotine
C. Tar
What is one short-term effect of heavy alcohol use?
A. Impaired vision
B. Damage to brain cells
C. Destruction of the pancreas
D. Increased blood pressure
A. Impaired vision
Which of the following is NOT a long-term effect of heavy alcohol use?
A. Buildup of fat cells in the liver
B. Decreased blood pressure
C. Damage to the lining of the stomach
D. Reduction in brain size
B. Decreased blood pressure
What is the first thing you should do if you suspect someone has alcohol poisoning?
A. Make the person vomit.
B. Give the person food.
C. Call 911.
D. Give the person coffee.
C. Call 911
Chemical substances that cannot be lawfully made, owned, bought, or sold are
A. Illegal drugs.
B. Substance abusers.
C. Overdoses.
D. Addiction.
A. Illegal drugs
What are some examples of activities that are more enjoyable and easier to participate in when you are drug-free?
A. An honor society
B. An organized sport
C. A creative hobby
D. All of these
D. All of these
What type of illegal drug involves the use of common household substances such as paint, glue, and gasoline?
A.Opiates
B. Stimulants
C. Inhalants
D. Club drugs
C. Inhalants
Using smokeless tobacco will not harm your body systems.
A. True
B. False
B. False
The muscular system is in charge of the rest of your body systems.
A. True
B. False
B. False
Avoiding illegal drugs will benefit all of your body systems.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Regular physical activity only benefits your cardiovascular system.
A. True
B. False
B. False
Good nutrition can affect your long-term health.
A. True
B. False
A. True
You do not want to eat nutrient-dense foods.
A. True
B. False
B. False
You must go to a fitness center to be physically active.
A. True
B. False
B. False
Juan wants to increase his muscle strength, so he includes more squats in his workout than he has previously been able to do. This is known as overload.
A. True
B. False
A. True
A warm-up helps return your breathing to normal.
A. True
B. False
B. False
Warming up before a workout helps deliver oxygen to the muscles.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Medicine abuse is not illegal.
A. True
B. False
F. False
The easiest way to avoid the harmful effects of tobacco use is to never start using tobacco.
A. True
B. False
A. True
All forms of alcohol such as beer, wine, and liquor have both short-term and long-term effects.
A. True
B. False
A. True
The majority of high school students use illegal drugs.
A. True
B. False
B. False
Not all illegal drugs are harmful.
A. True
B. False
B. False
Many communicable diseases begin as respiratory infections, which means they affect the
A. Heart.
B. Whole body.
C. Head.
D. Nose, throat, and lungs.
D. Nose, throat, and lungs
The most effective way to protect yourself from catching or spreading communicable diseases is by
A. Covering your mouth when you cough.
B. Washing your hands.
C. Cooking food properly.
D. Eating a balanced diet.
B. Washing your hands
You cannot catch a communicable disease by sharing a drink with someone.
A. True
B. False
B. False
Which word means “a preparation of dead or weakened pathogens that are introduced into the body to stimulate an immune response?”
A. Immunity
B. Vaccine
C. Antibodies
D. Disease
B. Vaccine
The type of vaccine that uses inactive toxins found in pathogens is a
A. Live-virus vaccine.
B. Toxoid.
C. Killed-virus vaccine.
D. None of these answers is correct.
B. Toxoid
The tetanus shot uses toxoids to be effective.
A. True
B. False
A. True
If a person is infected with an STD but shows no symptoms, he or she is said to be
A. Asymptomatic.
B. HIV positive.
C. Abstinent.
D. Immune to the disease.
A. Asymptomatic
Out of the 25 recognized sexually transmitted diseases, how many of these STDs are common among teenagers?
A. 15
B. 1
C. 10
D. 6
D. 6
Antibiotics are given when an STD is caused by a virus.
A. True
B. False
B. False
What is one way that HIV can be transmitted?
A. Hugging
B. Sexual intercourse
C. Holding hands
D. Insect bite
B. Sexual intercourse
Which of the following ways can HIV NOT be transmitted?
A. Sharing needles
B. From a mother to her baby
C. Sexual intercourse
D. Airborne transmission
D. Airborne transmission
HIV can be spread through casual contact, such as shaking hands.
A. True
B. False
B. False
This cancer treatment uses chemicals to kill cancer cells.
A. Chemotherapy
B. Radiation therapy
C. Immunotherapy
D. Hormone therapy
A. Chemotherapy
A person’s chances of surviving cancer depend on
A. If the person is male or female.
B. The person’s age.
C. If one of the person’s parents has had cancer.
D. How early the cancer is detected.
D. How early the cancer is detected
Heredity is the passing of traits from parents to children.
A. True
B. False
A. True
What are “microorganisms that cause disease?”
A. Communicable diseases
B. Pathogens
C. Noncommunicable diseases
D. Malaria
B. Pathogens
What is an example of how a communicable disease can be transmitted by direct contact?
A. Breathing in the air after an infected person coughs
B. Drinking contaminated water
C. Kissing
D. Touching a contaminated object
C. Kissing
What is a common communicable disease that does not start as a respiratory infection?
A. Pneumonia
B. Common cold
C. Hepatitis A
D. Tuberculosis
C. Hepatitis A
The most effective way to protect yourself from catching or spreading communicable diseases is by
A. Covering your mouth when you cough.
B. Washing your hands.
C. Cooking food properly.
D. Eating a balanced diet.
B. Washing your hands
Which word means “a preparation of dead or weakened pathogens that are introduced into the body to stimulate an immune response?”
A. Immunity
B. Vaccine
C. Antibodies
D. Disease
B. Vaccine
How many vaccines are currently available in the United States?
A. 250
B. 1,000
C. 5
D. 20
D. 20
What is one way that HIV can be transmitted?
A. Hugging
B. Sexual intercourse
C. Holding hands
D. Insect bite
B. Sexual intercourse
Which of the following is the least reliable place to get tested for HIV?
A. Home
B. Doctor’s office
C. Hospital
D. Health department
A. Home
What term means “”a disease that affects the heart or blood vessels?”
A. Cardiovascular disease
B. Cancer
C. Noncommunicable disease
D. Communicable disease
A. Cardiovascular disease
This cancer treatment uses chemicals to kill cancer cells.
A. Chemotherapy
B. Radiation therapy
C. Immunotherapy
D. Hormone therapy
A. Chemotherapy
Abstinence is the only 100% effective way to prevent the spread of STDs.
A. True
B. False
A. True
HIV can be spread through casual contact, such as shaking hands.
A. True
B. False
B. False
Heredity is the passing of traits from parents to children.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Females have a higher risk than males of developing cardiovascular disease.
A. True
B. False
B. False
You only need to use sunscreen if the temperature outside is above 80 degrees.
A. True
B. False
B. False
“A specific reaction of the immune system to a foreign and frequently harmless substance” is an
A. Allergy.
B. Asthma.
C. Arthritis.
D. Inhaler.
A. Allergy
Approximately what percent of American adults have some type of disability?
A. 20%
B. 1%
C. 80%
D. 50%
A. 20%
Triggers such as stress or exercise can cause a person to have an asthma attack.
A. True
B. False
A. True
One important safety tip you should always follow is to
A. Park your car in an alley at night to keep it out of sight of criminals.
B. Only get in a car with a stranger if you have a friend with you.
C. Avoid traveling alone.
D. If you are going somewhere with a stranger, you should both ride in your car instead of having the stranger drive.
C. Avoid traveling alone
Covering unused outlets with safety caps will help you prevent
A. Poisonings.
B. Fires.
C. Danger from electricity.
D. Falls.
C. Danger from electricity
Accidents that occur at home are usually unpreventable.
A. True
B. False
B. False
Before entering water, you should
A. Eat a large meal.
B. Know how to swim.
C. Be a certified lifeguard.
D. Take a nap
B. Know how to swim
The safest place for a pedestrian to walk is the
A. Middle of the road.
B. Parking lot.
C. Side of the road.
D. Sidewalk.
D. Sidewalk
You should feed the wild animals that approach you to keep them calm.
A. True
B. False
B. False
You can use the “three Cs” to remember the first steps for providing emergency care. What does the first C stand for?
A. Call
B. Check
C. Care
D. Cope
B. Check
If you begin treating a bleeding wound, the first step you should take is to
A. Hold ice on the wound.
B. Wash the wound with mild soap and water.
C. Cover the wound with a bandage.
D. Put ointment on the wound.
B. Wash the wound with mild soap and water.
There are two different methods of CPR that can be used depending on a person’s level of training.
A. True
B. False
A. True
The first thing a person who might have a bone fracture should do is to
A. Move the injured body part.
B. Seek medical help.
C. Put heat on the injured body part.
D. Take a painkiller.
B. Seek medical help.
If you are ever unsure about the severity of an injury, you should
A. Give the victim pain medicine.
B. Assume the injury is not severe.
C. Call 911 and ask the operator for help.
D. Refuse to help the victim.
C. Call 911 and ask the operator for help.
Concussions are a very serious injury to the brain.
A. True
B. False
A. True
One way that you can help protect yourself from catching a communicable disease from a vector is to
A. Wear insect repellant.
B. Drink lots of water.
C. Avoid sexual contact.
D. Wash your hands before eating and after touching animals or being around an infected person.
B. Drink lots of water
Which is an example of a vaccine that is a killed-virus vaccine?
A. Tetanus vaccine
B. Measles vaccine
C. Flu vaccine
D. Chicken pox
C. Flu vaccine
A preparation used to create disease-fighting antibodies in order for you to be protected from a disease is a
A. Fungus.
B. Protozoan.
C. Pathogen.
D. Vaccine.
D. Vaccine
What is the only 100% effective way to prevent the spread of sexually transmitted diseases?
A. There is no 100% effective way to prevent the spread of STDs.
B. Abstinence
C. Using barriers during sexual activity
D. Taking birth control pills
B. Abstinence
This disease has become one of the deadliest diseases in human history.
A. Tuberculosis
B. Heart disease
C. Influenza
D. AIDS
D. AIDS
Which of the following is NOT a disease that can be caused by heredity?
A. HIV
B. Cancer
C. Cardiovascular disease
D. Diabetes
A. HIV
What is “a chronic disease that affects the way cells convert sugar into energy?”
A. Asthma
B. Allergies
C. Diabetes
D. Arthritis
C. Diabetes
What age group is more likely than any other to be involved in a violent crime?
A. Teenagers
B. The elderly
C. Middle-aged adults
D. Young children
A. Teenagers
What is NOT an important safety tip to use so you can avoid being the victim of a violent crime?
A. Park your car in a public, well-lit area
B. Only get in a car with a stranger during daylight hours
C. Wear comfortable shoes when you are out walking
D. Always let someone know where you are going
B. Only get in a car with a stranger during daylight hours
What age group should wear a lifejacket when on a boat?
A. All ages
B. People under 18
C. People over 60
D. Infants
A. All ages
What are “microorganisms that cause disease?”
A. Communicable diseases
B. Pathogens
C. Noncommunicable diseases
D. Malaria
B. Pathogens
Which of the following is NOT a healthy practice that will reduce your risk of catching a communicable disease?
A. Avoiding tobacco
B. Sharing toothbrushes
C. Cooking food properly
D. Eating a balanced diet
B. Sharing toothbrushes
What is a disease that can be caused by a virus or bacteria?
A. Pneumonia
B. Influenza
C. Common cold
D. Strep throat
A. Pneumonia
How many vaccines are currently available in the United States?
A. 250
B. 1,000
C. 5
D. 20
D. 20
The type of vaccine containing dead pathogens is a
A. Killed-virus vaccine.
B. Live-virus vaccine.
C. Toxoid.
D. None of these answers is correct.
A. Killed-virus vaccine
Who is the proper person to answer any questions you may have about your vaccinations?
A. Principal
B. Friend
C. Neighbor
D. Family doctor
D. Family doctor
Approximately how many different sexually transmitted diseases are there?
A. Over 500
B. 25
C. 6
D. 95
B. 25
What is the most common STD for teenagers to develop?
A. Gonorrhea
B. Syphilis
C. Chlamydia
D. Genital HPV
C. Chlamydia
The STD that has three stages and can affect many different body organs is
A. Syphilis.
B. Gonorrhea.
C. Trichomoniasis.
D. Genital herpes.
A. Syphilis
Which virus has two types that can cause either mouth sores or genital sores?
A. HPV
B. Herpes
C. Trichomoniasis
D. Syphilis
B. Herpes
Out of the 25 recognized sexually transmitted diseases, how many of these STDs are common among teenagers?
A. 15
B. 1
C. 10
D. 6
D. 6
What part of a person’s body does HIV destroy?
A. All of the vital organs
B. Red blood cells
C. White blood cells
D. Liver
C. White blood cells
One healthy behavior you can follow to protect yourself from contracting HIV is
A. Wash your hands frequently.
B. Practice abstinence.
C. Avoid using public restrooms.
D. Drink plenty of water.
B. Practice abstinence
An “uncontrollable growth of abnormal cells” is
A. A mass.
B. Cancer.
C. Cardiovascular disease.
D. A noncommunicable disease.
B. Cancer
One risk factor of cardiovascular disease that you cannot control is
A. Stress.
B. A high-fat diet.
C. Heredity.
D. Illegal drug use.
C. Heredity
A treatment for cardiovascular disease that involves inserting a balloon into the blocked artery to clear away the blockage is known as
A. Coronary bypass
B. A pacemaker.
C. Angioplasty.
D. Laser intervention.
C. Angioplasty
A person’s chances of surviving cancer depend on
A. If the person is male or female.
B. The person’s age.
C. If one of the person’s parents has had cancer.
D. How early the cancer is detected.
D. How early the cancer is detected
Kim’s grandfather has been undergoing cancer treatment for nine months. Recently, his medical tests revealed that his cancer has been eliminated. Kim’s grandfather is now in
A. A tumor.
B. Benign.
C. Remission.
D. Malignancy.
C. Remission
What is “an inflammatory condition in which the trachea, the bronchi, and the bronchioles become narrowed, causing difficulty breathing?”
A. Arthritis
B. Allergies
C. Asthma
D. Diabetes
C. Asthma
Which of the following is NOT a healthy behavior to help control asthma?
A. Manage your environment
B. Manage stress
C. Monitor the condition
D. Take as little medication as possible
D. Take as little medication as possible
According to your textbook, which term is also known as “electronic aggression?”
A. Identity theft
B. Cyberbullying
C. Crime
D. Instant messaging
B. Cyberbullying
Another name for a personal flotation device is a
A. Lifejacket.
B. Raft.
C. Buoy.
D. Boat.
A. Lifejacket
What is NOT a safety guideline to follow when participating in a winter sport such as skiing?
A. Wear warm clothing
B. Have a partner with you
C. Always wear sunscreen
D. Try out new, unmarked areas
D. Try out new, unmarked areas
When you are driving, the number one safety guideline is to
A. Check your phone for important messages.
B. Never drive with a passenger
C. Pay attention.
D. Keep your headlights on at all times.
C. Pay attention
Which type of burn always requires immediate medical help?
A. Fourth-degree burn
B. First-degree burn
C. Second-degree burn
D. Third-degree burn
D, Third-degree burn
What is “a first-aid procedure that combines rescue breathing and chest compressions to supply oxygen to the body until normal body functions can resume?”
A. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR
B. Shock
C. Universal precaution
D. Heimlich maneuver
A. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR
If someone is displaying symptoms of shock, the first thing you should do is to
A. Keep the victim calm.
B. Give the victim water.
C. Have the victim lie down.
D. Call 911.
D. Call 911
Which of these items could properly help remove a stinger from someone’s skin?
A. Needle
B. Sharp knife
C. Tweezers
D. Credit card
D. Credit card
You have been told to evacuate your house due to a wildfire. Before you leave, it is very important that you
A. Lock the door.
B. Shut off gas and oil sources to the house.
C. Move all of your furniture out.
D. Mow the lawn.
B. Shut gas off and oil sources to the house
When preparing an emergency kit, you should include enough water to last each family member for at least
A. Three days.
B. One day.
C. 12 hours.
D. Seven days
A. Three days
Chlamydia can cause infertility in both women and men.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Once a person’s red blood cells are all destroyed by HIV, a person develops AIDS.
A. True
B. False
B. False
It is safe to give and receive blood in the United States.
A. True
B. False
A. True
HIV can live outside a human body for up to 24 hours.
A. True
B. False
B. False
Heredity is the passing of traits from parents to children.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Females have a higher risk than males of developing cardiovascular disease.
A. True
B. False
B. False
A noncancerous, or benign, tumor can still be dangerous.
A. True
B. False
A. True
There are a number of policies and laws in the United States to help prevent discrimination against people with disabilities.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Mental disabilities are often the result of genetics, injury, diseases, or brain abnormality.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Schools are increasing their security procedures all across the nation.
A. True
B. False
A. True
Accidents that occur at home are usually unpreventable.
A. True
B. False
B. False
If you encounter a cyber-bully online, you should stand up for yourself.
A. True
B. False
B. False
Young drivers are in the most accidents because they lack the experience of older drivers.
A. True
B. False
A. True
You do not need to seek medical help if you get bitten by an animal.
A. True
B. False
B. False
You should pinch your nose and lean your head forward if you have a nosebleed.
A. True
B. False
A. True