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Grade 11 Drugs and Alcohol
Birth defects are caused by the effects of alcohol on the fetus. The fetus can suffer heart defects, malformed faces, delayed growth and poor motor development. What is this called?
  1. Blood Alcohol Concentration
  2. Dumbass
  3. Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
  4. Cannibas Sativa
Grade 4 Drugs and Alcohol
What is the most widely used stimulant in the world. For example, coffee, tea, and soda.
  1. nicotine
  2. drugs
  3. alcohol
  4. caffeine
Grade 8 Drugs and Alcohol
Alcohol is a stimulant.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 8 Drugs and Alcohol
              Stimulants                are drugs that speed up your body.
Grade 8 Drugs and Alcohol
               Depressants                are drugs that slow down your body.
Grade 8 Drugs and Alcohol
Physical dependence on a drug is called                .
  1. withdraw
  2. addiction
  3. response
  4. tolerance
Grade 8 Drugs and Alcohol
Smoking is not linked to having an increased risk for lung cancer.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 8 Drugs and Alcohol
Tar is the stimulant drug found in cigarettes that is linked to addiction.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 9 Drugs and Alcohol
Morphine and other drugs are able to bind to neuroreceptors because they are similar in shape to the naturally occurring endorphins within the brain. This process is known as                 .
  1. addiction
  2. identity theft
  3. mimicry
  4. neuro-warfare
Grade 7 Drugs and Alcohol
Drug misuse is considered (L.L.):
  1. Using a medicine when you don't need it
  2. using a medicine without following the directions
  3. combining medicines
  4. all of the above
Grade 11 Drugs and Alcohol
Which DRUG Or TOXIN when introduced to the body causes too much (surplus) of the neurotransmittor and what is the effect that goes with it?

Acetylcholine Dopamine Serotonin Norepinephrine Endorphins GABA

muscle spasms drug addiction & schizophrenia Anxiety artificial highs & not adequate pain warning

sleep & eating disorders Autism


The toxin Black Widow Spider venom and the drug Nicotine cause a surplus of which neurotransmitter                 Acetylcholine                . What are the effects?                        Severe muscle spasms                       

The drug Cocaine cause a surplus of            dopamine           . The effects are                                    Schizophrenia and drug addiction                                   

Opiate drugs cause too much of which neurotransmitter?              Endorphins              The effect is                                                                   Body may not give adequate warning about pain, artificial highs                                                                  

A surplus of SSRIs can cause an increase in             Serotonin             with an effect of          Autism         

The drugs valium and xanax cause surplus of what?        GABA        and the effects are                              sleep and eating disorders                             

Too much caffiene or amphetamines cause a surplus of which neurotransmitter?                  norepinephrine                  and it causes what effects to the body?           Anxiety          
Grade 8 Drugs and Alcohol
Alcohol is what type of drug?
  1. Stimulant
  2. Coma
  3. Depressant
  4. None of the above
Grade 8 Drugs and Alcohol
Alcohol affects what parts of the body?
  1. Brain
  2. Spinal cord
  3. Both A & B
  4. None of the above
Grade 9 Drugs and Alcohol
Alcohol has this effect on the central nervous system
  1. Stimpulant
  2. Depressant
  3. Hallucinogen
  4. Narcotic
Grade 8 Drugs and Alcohol
The definition of alcoholism?
  1. person who drinks alcohol once a day
  2. a disease where someone drinks poison
  3. a disease which a person has a physical and psychological need for alcohol
  4. person who does not drink
Grade 9 Drugs and Alcohol
A severe and potentially fatal physical reaction to an alcohol overdose is called:
  1. binge drinking
  2. alcohol poisoning
  3. alcoholism
  4. alcohol abuse
Grade 9 Drugs and Alcohol
What drug is the most commonly used illegal drug in the U.S.?
  1. Alcohol
  2. Marijuana
  3. Meth
  4. Cocaine
Grade 8 Drugs and Alcohol
When one drinks too much alcohol, this organ will not be able to filter poisons or toxins properly and can be damaged.
  1. Kidneys
  2. Stomach
  3. Liver
  4. Eyes
Grade 8 Drugs and Alcohol
Define Cirrhosis.
  1. A deadly disease that replaces healthy liver tissue with useless scar tissue
  2. Damage to physical health caused by alcohol
  3. Physical effects of alcohol
  4. The result of long term exposure to alcohol
Grade 9 Drugs and Alcohol
A condition where a person believes alcohol or another drug is needed to feel good or function normally
  1. psychological dependence
  2. physiological dependence
  3. withdrawal
  4. intoxication
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