Health Final
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by Brian Zysset
| 70 Questions
1
1 pt
The health triangle is made up of which three components?
Physical, emotional, spiritual
Physical, mental, psychiatric
Mental, emotional, social
Physical, emotional, social
2
1 pt
Which of the following is NOT a risk behavior for getting cancer?
Smoking
Drinking Alcohol
Exercising
Unprotected Sex
3
1 pt
Which decision making step is the FINAL step in the decision-making model?
State the situation
Weigh the possible outcomes
Make the decision
Evaluate the decision
4
1 pt
This term describes the body and mind's reaction to everyday demands
Pressure
Stress
Happiness
Endorphins
5
1 pt
During this phase of sleep, heart rate and breathing increase, eyes start to move in rapid movements, and dreaming occurs.
REM Sleep
NREM Sleep
6
1 pt
Which of the following is NOT an effective way to manage your stress?
Taking sleeping pills
Meditation
Listening to calming or soothing music
Exercising
7
1 pt
A habit forming drug that may lead to use of other addictive drugs is known as a...
Recreational drug
Gateway drug
Narcotic
Backdoor drug
8
1 pt
Which of the following is NOT considered a gateway drug for children, teenagers, or young adults?
Marijuana
Vaping/E-cigarettes
Cigarettes
Alcohol
Prescription pain medication (opiate pain relievers)
All of the choices are considered gateway drugs
9
1 pt
A state in which a person does not respond to a dose of a drug is known as...
Withdrawal
Tolerance
Non-response
10
1 pt
When an individual develops a mental desire for a drug, we call this...
Physical Dependence
Psychological Dependence
Socioeconomic Dependence
11
1 pt
Which of the following are NOT symptoms of physical dependence of drugs?
Headache/Migraine
Irritability
Sweating
Seizures
Stomach Pain
Restlessness
12
1 pt
The point at which someone goes back to using a drug after quitting is known as...
Relapsing
Withdrawaling
Tolerating
13
1 pt
People who use drugs are at a higher risk for sexually transmitted infections.
True
False
14
1 pt
Some drugs are more addictive than others.
True
False
15
1 pt
The majority of heroin users started off taking opioid prescription drugs.
True
False
16
1 pt
Marijuana is a safe drug to use because so many states are legalizing it for medicinal purposes.
True
False
17
1 pt
Nicotine, the main chemical in cigarettes, is considered to be a ___________, which means it speeds up your nervous system.
Depressant
Stimulant
Hallucinogen
18
1 pt
Which of the following scenarios could result in tobacco addiction?
Gary, who is 14 years old, was offered a cigarette by one of his best friends.
John, who is 25 years old, occasionally smokes a cigarette when he drinks alcohol (to heigten his buzz).
Lucy, who is 4 years old, lives in a house where her mother and father smoke.
Fred, who is 16 years old, vapes because he believes is it not as bad as cigarettes.
All scenarios could result in tobacco addiction
19
1 pt
Which of the following is NOT a long-term effect of marijuana use?
Stunted brain growth and development
Lowered IQ
Decline in general knowledge and vocabulary
Altered sense of time
20
1 pt
BMI, or Body Mass Index, is a ratio of what two variables?
Height and torso width
Weight and body fat percentage
Height and Weight
Lean mass and body fat
21
1 pt
Having an excess amount of body fat and having a BMI over 30 is known as...
Overweightness
Obesity
Underweight
Normal
22
1 pt
BMR, or Basal Metabolic Rate, is the rate at which a person...
burns calories at rest (while doing the bare minimum)
burns calories while exercising
saves calories from a meal
D
23
1 pt
Which of the following applications DOES NOT measure body fat percentage?
Hydrostatic Underwater Weighing
Bioelectrical Impedance Device
Body Mass Index
Skin Fold Test
24
1 pt
This term describes how an individual will repeatedly lose and gain weight.
Fad dieting
Weight Cycling
Quacking
Health weight loss
25
1 pt
Which of essential nutrient does not provide energy for our body?
Carbohydrate
Fat
Protein
Vitamins
26
1 pt
Which of the following is NOT a complete protein?
Chicken Breast
Peanut Butter
Milk
Beef
27
1 pt
Which answer is the most helpful in determing whether a food contains cholesterol?
If the food contains any kind of fat, it will contain cholesterol.
If the food came from an organism with a liver, than it contains cholesterol.
Cholesterol is found only in red meat.
Most plant-based foods contain cholesterol.
28
1 pt
Which of the following is NOT a MyPlate category?
Dairy
Fruit
Vegetables
Fats
29
1 pt
This eating disorder is characterized by eating a lot of food in a short amount of time.
Anorexia Nervosa
Bulimia Nervosa
Binge Eating
Purging
30
1 pt
This type of vegetarian will only eat plants and dairy.
Vegan
Lacto
Lacto-ovo
Ovo
31
1 pt
This specific type of carbohydrate helps an individual feel full and cannot be metabolized.
Glucose
Polysaccharide
Fiber
Starch
32
1 pt
When there is a blood blockage in the brain, we call this a...
Heart Attack
Stroke
Cardiac Arrest
Pulmonary Embolism
33
1 pt
The "F" in F.A.S.T. (for detecting a stroke) stands for
Face Drooping
Fuzzy Memory
Fast help
34
1 pt
This term describes when the heart stops beating due to an electrical problem.
Heart Attack
Stroke
Cardiac Arrest
Massive Stroke
35
1 pt
Cancer is defined as...
A blockage of blood going to an organ.
The uncontrollable and rapid growth of abnormal cells.
A bacterial infection in the body.
A parasitic infection that spreads to all parts of the body.
36
1 pt
What is the term given to tumors that are cancerous?
Benign
Malignant
Non-threatening
37
1 pt
In this stage of disease development, the infection is contagious but there are not symptoms being experienced.
Stage 1: Infection breaks through body barriers
Stage 2: Incubation Period
Stage 3: First symptoms appear
38
1 pt
This type of pathogen is a one-celled organism that releases toxins. It can be fought off with antibiotics.
Bacteria
Virus
Parasite
39
1 pt
This term describes a disease with little to no symptoms.
Non-infectious
Asymptomatic
Symptomatic
40
1 pt
This sexually transmitted viral infection is known to cause many cancers including cervical cancer. It is estimated that 80% of men and women do not know they have it.
Human Immunodeficiency Virus
Chlamydia
Herpes Simplex-2 Virus
Human Papillomavirus
41
1 pt
Which of the following is NOT a high risk behavior for contracting a sexually transmitted infection?
Substance abuse (drugs and alcohol)
Prostitution (sex work and sex trafficking)
Getting tested for sexually transmitted infections before starting a new relationship
Having multiple sex partners

42
1 pt
The first place a person learns about relationships is within one's family.
True
False
43
1 pt
An example of a non-love relationships is a relationship one would have with an acquaintance.
True
False
44
1 pt
A fantasy love is the most stable form of a relationship.
True
False
45
1 pt
Jealousy is an example of a destructive element in a relationship.
True
False
46
1 pt
Only women can experience sexual harassment in the workplace.
True
False
47
1 pt
Non-verbal cues and other "body language vibes" meets the legal requirement for sexual consent.
True
False
48
1 pt
If a person consents to one type of sexual act, you do not need consent for other types of sexual acts.
True
False
49
1 pt
Intimacy is the ___________ component of a relationship.
Thinking/Acting
Emotional
Physical
Financial
50
1 pt
Constructive elements of a relationship include all of the following EXCEPT
Trust
Honesty
Flexibility
Control
51
1 pt
A warning sign that your relationship may be in trouble is
Spending more time together
Making future plans
An increased amount of unresolved conflicts
Celebrating anniversaries
52
1 pt
Sex between an adult and a minor (someone who is below the legal age consent) is considered...
Marital rape
Sexual Harassment
Statutory Rape
Incest
53
1 pt
which three male reproductive structures work together to create seminal fluid (semen)?
Penis, Prostrate Gland, Testicles
Prostrate Gland, Bulbourethral Gland (Cowper's Gland), Seminal Vesicle
Seminal Vesicle, Penis, Testicles
54
1 pt
What is the purpose of pre-ejaculate fluid?
To neutralize acid and provide lubrication of the urethra
To provide nourishment for the sperm
To create an infertilze enivonrment so that pregnancy does not occur
55
1 pt
Testosterone is produced in the ________, while estrogen is produced in the ________.
Testicles; Adrenal Gland
Ovaries; Testicles
Testicles; Ovaries
Pituitary Gland; Adrenal Gland
56
1 pt
In this form of sterilization, the vas deferens is cut and tied off, preventing sperm from migrating to the seminal vesicle.
Tubal Ligation (Tying Fallopian Tubes)
Vasectomy
Male Condom
Oral Birth control
57
1 pt
This female reproductive organ is reponsible for housing the fetus.
Cervix
Vagina
Fallopian Tubes
Uterus
58
1 pt
Fertilization occurs in which structure?
Fallopian Tube
Vas Deferens
Uterus
Vagina
59
1 pt
This female reproductive organ is responsible for releasing mature ova and producing estrogen and progesterone.
Ovaries
Fallopian Tubes
Cervix
Bladder
60
1 pt
The average menstrual cycle is _____ days.
26
28
30
32
61
1 pt
A
B
C
D
62
1 pt
Men can still reproduce with having only one testicle.
True
False
63
1 pt
Fertilizaton can occur even if the male does not ejaculate.
True
False
64
1 pt
The fold of skin that covers the glans penis (head of the penis) is called the...
Penile flap
Foreskin
Circumskin
Skin fold
65
1 pt
This male reproductive is responsible for housing and maturing sperm.
Testicle
Epididymis
Vas Deferens
Prostate Gland
66
1 pt
This type of barrier contraceptive device covers the penis is usually made of latex or animal skin.
Female Condom
Male Condom
Intrauterine Device (IUD)
Diaphragm
67
1 pt
This type of barrier contraceptive device uses its convex shape to block the opening to the cervix.
Male Condom
Female Condom
Diaphragm
Depo-provera (birth control shot)
68
1 pt
This type of contraceptive method is made up of a cream or jel that disables sperm.
Intrauterine Device (IUD)
Spermicide
Female Condom
Oral Birth Control (The Pill)

69
1 pt
This birth control device is a "T-shaped" device that is inserted into the uterus. There are two types: one type emits copper; the other type emits hormones.
Oral Birth Control (The Pill)
Intrauterine Device (IUD)
Depo-Provera (The Shot)
Plan B (Emergency Contraception)
70
1 pt
This form of contraception is 100% effective in preventing pregnancy and the spread of sexually transmitted infections.
Male Condom
Female Condom
Hormonal Birth Control
Abstinence
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