Sci/162 Principles of Health Wellness
Going on and off starvation diets will hinder long –term weight loss because this type of dieting |A.hinders nutrient metabolism.| | |B.
fosters inappropriate exercise habits. | | |C. slows down the basal metabolic rate.
| | |D. increase the amount of essential fat. | | | | | | |2) The success rate of maintaining weight loss is improved with |A. continued dieting. | | |B. increased protein. | | |C.
exercise. | | |D. decreased essential fat. | | | | | | |3) Which of the following is NOT a severe consequence of obesity? |A. Cancer | | |B. Dementia | | |C.Premature death | | |D.
Asthma | | | | | | |4) __________ is twice as common in obese adults as in those who are at a healthy weight. |A. Diabetes | | |B. High blood pressure | | |C. Sleep apnea | | |D. Breast cancer | | | | | | |5) Associated health risks of obesity include: |A. Gall stones and flu | | |B.
Diabetes and lung cancer | | |C. Decreased triglycerides and arthritis | | |D. Sleep apnea and diabetes | | | | | | |6) To lose one pound, you must burn approximately how many calories? |A. 2,500 calories | | |B. 4,500 calories | | |C. 3,500 calories | | |D. 50 calories | | | | | | |7) Research has determined that there is health risk associated with how fat is distributed in the body.
From a health standpoint, the most risky distribution of body fat is having more fat |A. in the hips and thighs. | | |B. in the abdominal area. | | |C. in the buttocks. | | |D.
above the waist. | | | |8) What benefit does love have on your health? |A. It makes you happy. | | |B. Loving relationships increase our ability to think critically. | | |C. Love has the same benefits as exercise and good nutrition.
| | |D. Love makes you want to exercise, thereby decreasing obesity. | | | | | |9) Intimate relationships fulfill our psychological need for someone to listen to our worries and concerns. This is known as our need for |A. dependence. | | |B. spontaneity.
| | |C. social integration. | | |D. enjoyment. | | | | | | |10) Dysfunctional family relationships are characterized by: |A. negative interactions. | | |B.
genuine intimacy. | | |C. high levels of self-love. | | |D. appearing in certain ethnic groups. | | | | | | |11) George and Kate always support each others’ interests, hoping to ensure that the other will succeed. This best demonstrates that they are A.
practicing serial monogamy. | | |B. advocates for each other. | | |C. giving the utmost to each other. | | |D. intimately exclusive.
| | | | | | |12) Which of the following is NOT a strategy for improving a relationship: |A. Improve communication through learning about yourself. | | |B. Ask for clarification if you don’t know what your partner is saying. | | |C. Become a better listener by being tenacious. | | |D.
Relax and have an alcoholic drink before a conversation. | | | | | | |13) To improve an unhealthy relationship you could improve communication by: |A. ecoming more accepting of yourself. | | |B. changing your “I” statements to “you” statements. | | |C. keeping personal information private.
| | |D. recognizing that silence is never the best approach. | | | | | | |14) Terms such as behavioral interdependence, need fulfillment, and emotional availability describe which type of relationship? |A. Dysfunctional | | |B. Behavioral | | |C. Sexual | | |D. Intimate | | | |15) Leaving a diaphragm in for longer than the recommended time period increases the risk for |A.
pregnancy. | | |B. hypertension. | | |C. Toxic Shock Syndrome. | |D. AIDS.
| | | | | | |16) One main advantage of the sponge as a contraceptive device is |A. the fit is more comfortable than other devices. | | |B. it protects well against all STIs. | | |C. it does not require a fitting from a doctor. | | |D.
its high protection rates for pregnancy. | | | | | | |17) __________ help prevent the spread of some sexually transmitted diseases and are reliable against pregnancy. |A. Spermicides | | |B. Cervical caps | | |C. Condoms | | |D. Lea’s shield | | | | | | |18) Which of the following is NOT a strategy for becoming a better listener: A.
Show empathy and sympathy | | |B. Interrupt often to ask for clarification | | |C. Be tenacious | | |D. Participate in the conversation | | | | | | |19) Lovers tend to pay attention to the other person even when they should be involved in other activities. This is called |A. inclusion. | | |B.
fascination. | | |C. exclusivity. | | |D. authentic intimacy. | | | | | | |20) Lisa and Chris are close friends and classmates. Each day they have a mutual impact and influence each other.
This example best demonstrates |A. the need for their social fulfillment. | | |B. he behavioral interdependence in the relationship. | | |C. their detachment to one another’s feelings. | | |D.
their availability for each other. | | | | | | |21) Women protect themselves against toxic shock syndrome by: |A. abstaining from sexual intercourse. | | |B. removing diaphragms within 24 hours of use. | | |C. using a barrier method contraceptive.
| | |D. using a spermicide. | | | | | | |22) You can prevent HIV infection by: |A. not using illicit drugs. | | |B. not engaging in unprotected sex. | | |C.
not engaging in sexual acts with sex workers. | |D. engaging in sexual acts with a few partners. | | | | | | |23) What is the only method for preventing pregnancy that works 100 percent of the time? |A. Barrier contraceptives | | |B. Emergency contraception | | |C. Abstinence | | |D.
Tubal ligation | | | |24) Marie’s boyfriend told her he just got home from the clinic where he learned he had gonorrhea. Which of the following statements is true? |A. Marie should go to the clinic as soon as possible to get herself tested for gonorrhea and treated if she has it. | | |B.Marie should break up with this guy because he obviously is messing around with other girls just like her last boyfriend did. | | |C. Marie does not need to worry because girls do not get STIs.
| | |D. Marie does not need to worry because she does not have any symptoms. | | | | | | |25) To effectively prevent infection, one must cleanse hands by: |A. scrubbing his or her hands with soapy lather for 10 seconds, then rinse with warm water for 10 seconds, for a total process time of 20 seconds. | | |B. rinsing with cool water for 20 seconds. | | |C.
crubbing his or her hands with soapy lather for 20 seconds, then rinse with warm water. | | |D. rinsing with hot water for 20 seconds. | | | | | | |26) What can you do to reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease? |A. Cut back on unsaturated fats | | |B. Increase triglycerides | | |C. Avoid tobacco | | |D.
Consume 5-10 milligrams of plant sterols per day | | | | | | |27) Which of the following is NOT an effective way to control hypertension? |A. Reduce sodium intake | | |B. Regular exercise | | |C. Weight loss | | |D. Increase caloric intake | | | | | | |28) What risk factor can lead to many diseases? A. High cholesterol | | |B. Insulin deficiencies | | |C.
Radiation | | |D. Obesity | | | | | | |29) The major risk factor for chronic bronchitis is |A. cigarette smoking. | | |B. dust in the air. | | |C. previous allergies.
| | |D. family history. | | | | | | |30) Betty has cervical cancer. It is probably related to the __________ infection she got back in college. |A. hepatitis A | | |B. human papillomavirus | | |C.
chlamydia | | | |31) The following is NOT true about smokeless tobacco: |A. It contains more nicotine than cigarettes. | | |B. Most smokeless tobacco users are young males. | |C. It does not contain cancer causing substances. | | |D.
It is just as addictive as smoking. | | | | | | |32) A weak and rapid pulse, irregular breathing patterns, and the inability to be aroused are all signs of |A. drug tolerance. | | |B. alcohol poisoning. | | |C. alcoholic hepatitis.
| | |D. asthma. | | | | | | |33) Using a nicotine patch for smoking cessation is an example of |A. ingestion. | | |B. injection. | | |C.
inhalation. | | |D. inunction. | | | | | | |34) Who would most likely become a new smoker in the United States? |A. An older adult | | |B.A college graduate | | |C. A blue-collar worker | | |D.
A teenager | | | | | | |35) Which of the following is a classic sign of opiate addiction? |A. Stuttering speech. | | |B. Drooping eyelids. | | |C. Bloodshot eyes. | | |D.
Visual disturbances. | | | | | | |36) The theory that a drug attaches itself to specialized cells in the body because of its size, shape, electrical charge, and chemical properties is called the |A. drug interaction theory. | | |B. pharmacological attachment theory. | | |C. receptor site theory.
| | |D. drug physiology theory. | | | |