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Title: Chapter 1


1
Chapters
1 Living a Healthy Life Page
2 5 Nutrition
and Your Health Page 108 6
Managing Weight and Body Composition Page 142
7 Achieving Good Mental Health
Page 168 8 Managing Stress
and Anxiety Page 196 9
Mental and Emotional Problems Page 222
10 Skills for Healthy Relationships Page
246 11 Family
Relationships Page 272
12 Peer Relationships Page 300
18 Endocrine and Reproductive Systems
Page 462 19 Prenatal
Development and Birth Page 484
20 Adolescence and the Life Cycle Page 512
21 Tobacco Page 538

22 Alcohol Page 560 23
Medicines and Drugs Page 584
24 Communicable Diseases Page 620
25 Sexually Transmitted Infections and
HIV/AIDS Page 646 26
Noncommunicable Diseases and Disabilities Page
672 28 First Aid and
Emergencies Page 734
for a TEST GRADE.
Turn Review
in Day of Test
2
Question 1
A health-literate individual understands
3
Answer
Understands basic health information
and services and uses these sources
to promote health and wellness
4
---When two sides of the triangle are strong, the
third will take care of itself.---It is best to
focus on improving one side of the triangle at a
time.---To be truly healthy, all three sides
need to be in balance.---The triangle has two
sides that are more important to overall health
than the other.
Question 2
Which of the following best describes the health
triangle?
5
Answer
---To be truly healthy, all three
sides need to be in balance.
6
Question 3
If you are in good physical health you are?
7
Answer

You have the energy to
perform daily tasks.
8
Question 4
Abstinence can lead to?
9
Answer
a lower risk for disease.
10
Question 5
Name three lifestyle factors
11
Answer
managing stress
smoking cigarettes
eating a healty breakfast
having friends
eating nutritious foods
walking to school
physically active
avoid risk situations
maintaining a healthy weight
maintain postive relationships
avoid alcohol and other drugs
8-10 hours of sleep
abstaining from sexual activity
12
Question 6
What influences on your health cannot be changed?
13
Answer
Heredity
14
Question 7
Complex carbohydrates are found in
15
Answer
Potatoes
16
Question 8
The nine essential amino
acids are not made by?
17
Answer
The Body
18

Question 9
Fats are a type of
19
Answer
Lipid
20
Question 10
Animal fats and tropical oils are
21
Answer
higher in saturated fatty acids
22
Question 11

The one aspect of your personality over
which you have the most control is your
23
Answer
Behavior
24
Question 12

Working toward a goal of becoming
an engineer is an example of
25
Answer
Self - Actualization
26
Question 13

Name some external factors that
can affect a persons resiliency.
27
Answer
Family
Community
Peers
28
Question 14
Someone who decides to go for a brisk walk

on the night before a test after having studied
may doing what about their stress?
29
Answer
Redirecting Their Energy
30
Question 15
Someone who tries to get their way through

bullying and intimidation
is what kind of communicator?
31
Answer
Aggressive
Communicator
32
Question 16
Which is an example of constructive criticism?
  • ---"I feel like I make all the decisions when we
    go out. Next time, why don't you choose what we
    do together?
  • ---"I'm sorry I snapped at you when you called. I
    should learn to be more patient.
  • ---"I'm sick and tired of listening to you whine.
    Why don't you quit complaining and do something
    for once?
  • ---"You're wearing those weird shoes again. You
    really ought to get rid of those."

33
Answer
"I feel like I make all the decisions when we go
out. Next time, why don't you choose what we do
together?
34
Question 17
Which of the following is
an accurate statement about friendship?
  • ---All friendships are equally important.
  • ---Any friendship that takes work to maintain is
    not worth the trouble.
  • ---All of your friends will be close to you in
    age.
  • ---Healthy friendships are those in which the
    people have similar values.

35
Answer
Healthy friendships are those in which the people
have similar values.
36
Question 18
What is the most appropriate response

response for a child that is being abused?
37
Answer
Confide in a trusted adult
38
Question 19

An example of a casual friend is
someone who shares your interests and
39
Answer
is always your buddy
during soccer practice.
40
Question 20

Each year, more and more teens have made
the safe and responsible choice of
remaining abstinent until they are
41
Answer
Married
42
Question 21
Over which of the following do you have the most
control?
  • ---feelings that are triggered by hormones
  • ---how much attraction you feel for someone
  • ---how you respond to sexual feelings
  • ---the feelings of someone you like

43
Answer
How you respond
to sexual feelings
44
Question 22

You can use refusal skills to avoid
45
Answer
Risk Situations
46
Question 23
What two hormones stimulate
production of all other sex
hormones during adolescence?
47
Answer
The Hormones FSH and LH
48
Question 24
The pituitary gland controls?
49
Answer
The Other Glands in
the Endocrine System
50
Question 25

Eggs move to the uterus through the
51
Answer
Fallopian Tubes
52
Question 26
When a female reaches puberty,
the pituitary gland begins to
produce hormones that cause
53
Answer
The stored Immature
Ova to Mature
54
Question 27

An amniocentesis is used to
tell what about the baby?
55
Answer
Indicates whether the baby
has a Genetic Disorder
56
Question 28
Adulthood
  • ---is defined by your chronological age.
  • ---is reached when the body stops growing.
  • ---means that personal growth is finished.
  • ---involves physical and emotional aspects.

57
Answer
Involves physical and
emotional aspects
58
Question 29
Parents can help their children
learn to be self-directed by
59
Answer
Consistently Applying
Rules and Discipline
60
Question 30
Which is experienced only by females in
adolescence?
  • ---increased body hair
  • ---increased body fat
  • ---increased perspiration
  • ---permanent teeth come into place

61
Answer
Increased Perspiration
62
Question 31
When carbon monoxide is present
in the blood, the bodys tissues
and cells are deprived of
63
Answer
Oxygen
64
Question 32
Tar contained in tobacco smoke is
harmful to the lungs because it
65
Answer
Paralyzes Cilia
66
Question 33
Name some social
consequence of smoking
67
Answer
Being Excluded By Non-Smokers
Bad Breath and Teeth
Excluded from Social Gatherings
68
Question 34
Name some long-term

effects of alcohol use.
69
Answer
High Blood Pressure
Damage Body Systems
Interfere with Growth and Development
70
Question 35
A condition in which liver tissue is
replaced with useless scar tissue is called
71
Answer
Cirrhosis
72
Question 36

Substance abuse can lead to?
73
Answer
Accidental Deaths
Violent Crimes
Unintended Pregnancies
74
Question 37
Marijuana can interfere with what
body system and permanently damage it?
75
Answer
Immune System
76
Question 38
Which is an example of misuse of a medicine?
  • ---taking aspirin for a fever
  • ---taking drugs to control blood pressure
  • ---throwing away a medicine that has passed its
    expiration date
  • ---giving a friend one of your prescription pain
    relievers

77
Answer
Giving a friend one of your
prescription pain relievers
78
Question 39
Rickettsias enter humans through
---the air.
---water.
---food.
---vectors.
79
Answer
Vectors
80
Question 40
A bacterial disease that
usually attacks the lungs is
81
Answer
Tuberculosis
82
Question 41
During the asymptomatic stage of HIV infection,
  • ---the virus continues to grow and can be
    transmitted to others.
  • ---the infected person cannot transmit the virus
    to others.
  • ---the virus goes dormant and does not reproduce
    itself for a period of time.
  • ---the symptoms become increasingly severe.

83
Answer
the virus continues to grow and
can be transmitted to others
84
Question 42
Which of the following statements is NOT true?
  • ---All STDs produce recognizable symptoms.
  • ---All STDs are preventable.
  • ---Some STDs can be passed from a mother to her
    baby.
  • ---Some STDS cause cancer.

85
Answer
All STDs produce
recognizable symptoms
86
Question 43
Which of the following is responsible
for more than 40 percent of
all deaths in the
United States each year?
  • ---skin cancer
  • ---lung cancer
  • ---type 2 diabetes
  • ---CVD

87
Answer
CVD
Cardiovascular Disease
88
Question 44
The most common type of

cancer in the United States is
89
Answer
Skin Cancer
90
Question 45
Arthritis is
91
Answer
The leading cause of
disability in the United States
92
Question 46
Name some nutrient-dense foods
93
Answer
Carrots
94
Question 47
A phobia and obsessive
/ compulsive disorder are both
95
Answer
anxiety disorders.
96
Question 48
Which of the following is NOT an
accurate statement about suicide?
--- An attempt is usually just a way to get
attention. --- It is not a normal response to
stresses. --- Any talk of suicide should be taken
seriously. --- Certain warning signs can indicate
if a person is at risk.
97
Answer
An attempt is usually just
a way to get attention.
98
Question 49
What are cluster suicides?
99
Answer
sometimes the result
of suicide pacts.
100
Question 50
A person in the last stages of
the grieving process is likely to
101
Answer
begin looking ahead to the future.
102
Question 51
Passive-aggression
is a kind of ____________________ disorder.
103
Answer
anxiety
104
Question 52
A cut caused by a razor blade is called
105
Answer
a laceration
106
Question 53
What do adult and infant CPR have in common?
107
Answer
the positioning of the head
before beginning rescue breathing
108
Question 54
If someone faints, you should
109
Answer
lay the person down and elevate the legs
110
Question 55
When all other methods fail to
stop a victim's bleeding, you should
111
Answer
use pressure point bleeding control.
112
True / False
  • 56. Heredity influences superficial traits such
    as eye color, but does not play a part in your
    general health.
  • 57. Fiber cannot be digested.
  • 58.Personality is a set of characteristics that
    makes you the same as others.
  • 59. Hormones can cause emotional and physical
    changes in the body.
  • 60. Chronic stress results in a fight-or-flight
    response that lasts for days or weeks.

False
True
False
True
False
113
True / False
  • 61. After infancy, adolescence is the body's
    slowest period of growth.
  • 62. An adolescent boy's voice cracks because the
    larynx is growing.
  • 63.Erikson's final stage of development, late
    adulthood, occurs after age 65.
  • 64. The male gametes are sperm, and female
    gametes are the ova.
  • 65. Today, life expectancy in the United States
    is almost 77 years.

False
True
True
True
True
114
True / False
  • 66. Cigars contain less cancer-causing tar than
    regular cigarettes.
  • 67. The symptoms of nicotine withdrawal include
    anxiety and sleep disturbance.
  • 68. Antivirals are drugs that reduce the
    sneezing, watery eyes, and runny nose that often
    accompany allergies.
  • 69. A nursing baby cannot get HIV from its
    infected mother.
  • 70. Pregnant females who use alcohol or other
    drugs greatly increase the risk that their babies
    will be born with mental retardation.

False
True
False
False
True
115
Vocabulary
  • positive feedback that helps others feel
    appreciated and supported

Affirmation
positive feedback that helps others feel a
legal decision about who has the right to make
decisions affecting the children in a family and
who has the responsibility of physically caring
for them
Custody
Cycle of Violence
a pattern of repeating violent or abusive
behaviors from one generation to the next
a person who helps others resolve issues to the
satisfaction of both parties
Mediator
116
Vocabulary
Physical Abuse
  • causing injury or bodily harm to another person

Divorce
a legal end to a marriage contract
a temporary arrangement in which a child is
placed under the guidance and supervision of a
family or an adult who is not related to the
child by birth
Foster Care
Sibling
a brother or sister
117
Vocabulary
Priorities
goals, tasks, and activities a person judges to
be more important than others
  • techniques and strategies that help you say no
    effectively when faced with something that you
    dont want to do or that goes against your values

Refusal Skills
Child Abuse
domestic abuse directed at a child
Aggressive
Overly forceful, pushy, hostile, or otherwise
attacking in their approach
118
Vocabulary
  • deliberate decision to avoid high-risk behavior,
    including sexual activity before marriage and the
    use of tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs

Abstinence
Sexually
infectious illnesses passed from person to
person through sexual contact
Transmitted
Diseases
Poison Control
A 24-hour hot line that provides emergency
medical advice on treating poisoning victims.
Center
A failure of the cardiovascular system to keep
an adequate supply of blood circulating to the
vital organs of the body.
Shock
119
Vocabulary
  • Any substance solid, liquid, or gas that
    causes injury, illness, or death when introduced
    into the body

Poison
Fracture
A break in the bone
Unconsciousness
A condition in which a person is not alert and
aware of his or her surroundings.
Chain of Survival
A sequence of actions that maximize the victims
chances of survival
120
Vocabulary
Cardiopulmonary
  • A lifesaving first-aid procedure that combines
    rescue breaths with chest compressions, supplying
    oxygen to the body until normal body functions
    can resume.

Resuscitation
(CPR)
Concussion
A jarring injury to the brain that affects
normal brain function
Venom
A poisonous substance secreted by a snake,
spider, or other creature
The immediate, temporary care given to an ill or
injured person until professional medical care
can be provided
First Aid
Harassment
persistently annoying others
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