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Tenth Grade (Grade 10) Health and Medicine Questions

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Grade 10 Fitness
Running, swimming, and using an elliptical machine are all ways to improve your:
  1. flexibility
  2. muscular strength
  3. cardiorespiratory endurance
  4. muscular endurance
Grade 10 Diet and Nutrition
Word Bank : Nutrient Water Carbohydrates Fats Proteins

        Water         is the most important nutrient. Every cell needs it because many of the body's processes take place with this nutrient.

A            nutrient           supplies energy and raw materials to the body to use for growth, repair and maintenance.

What are fruit, honey, sugar, grains, potatoes and vegetables?                 Carbohydrates                

What is another name for nutrient called lipids?        Fats       

This important nutrient is a building block of all DNA, all cells. It is important in helping with growth and repair. Examples of this nutrient are meat, fish and eggs. What is it?           Protein          
Grade 10 Prenatal and Child Care
Poison control contact information is not necessary when a doctor's phone number is listed.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 10 Prenatal and Child Care
Child information should list all known food and environmental allergies.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 10 Fitness
Yoga requires the participant to
  1. breath deeply
  2. practice balance
  3. remain focused
  4. all of the above
Grade 10 Diet and Nutrition
WHY DO WE CHOOSE THE FOOD WE EAT?

WORD BANK:
ADVERTISING ROUTINES $33 BILLION PROFIT EQUIVALENT FLAVOR CALORIE-DENSE

HUNGER APPETITE

              $33 BILLION               is how much the Food Industry in the United States spends on Advertising.

We spend the              equivalent              of about 3-4 years eating throughout our lives.


The physical biological drive to eat is controlled by internal body mechanisms. This is called          hunger         


           Appetite            is our psychological drive to eat and is affected by external food choice mechanisms.


Restaurant dining is often                 calorie-dense                 and large portions with poorer nutritional quality.

Habits and            routines            are tied to our food choices.


Texture, appearance and          Flavor          are the most important factors determining our food choices.

Advertising highly sweetened cereals, cookies, cakes and soft drinks in the United States brings the most           profit            to the industry.
Grade 10 Prenatal and Child Care
Important contact information is a list of phone numbers that can be referred to if there is an emergency or questions regarding a child's care.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 10 Prenatal and Child Care
A parent's number should be the first number listed under important contact information.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 10 Prenatal and Child Care
The 911 emergency number should be the first number listed on a babysitter's checklist.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 10 Prenatal and Child Care
A dentist contact information is unnecessary if a doctor's contact information is listed.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 10 Prenatal and Child Care
The address of the child's home should be listed under important contact information.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 10 Prenatal and Child Care
The phone numbers of all grandparents should be listed under contact information.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 10 Prenatal and Child Care
It is unnecessary to list the fire department's number when the police department number is on the contact list.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 10 Prenatal and Child Care
It is advisable to include a trustworthy neighbour's name, address and phone number in the contact information list.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 10 Diet and Nutrition
Lack of iron can give us anaemia.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 10 Diet and Nutrition
Why does cooling food preserve it?
  1. reduces the pH of the food
  2. removes moisture
  3. slows down respiration and growth of bacteria
  4. makes food lose water through osmosis
Grade 10 Microbiology
A virus cannot reproduce on its own therefore it is not really a living thing.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 10 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
Which of the following is NOT a desirable communication skill?
  1. Show interest in the speaker.
  2. Roll your eyes when you do not agree.
  3. Maintain eye contact.
  4. Avoid interrupting.
Grade 10 Diet and Nutrition
What percentage of your daily caloric intake should come from fats?
  1. 5 to 15 percent
  2. 10 to 20 percent
  3. 20 to 30 percent
  4. 25 to 35 percent
Grade 10 Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatments
WORD BANK

HEMORRHOIDS IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME DIARRHEA GALL STONES CELIAC DISEASE

                 Celiac disease                  is an allergy to gluten proteins causing damage to the absorptive cells and resulting in a reduced surface area due to the flattening of the villi.


What are the swollen veins in the rectum and anus called?               Hemorrhoids              


           Diarrhea            is a GI disease that generally lasts a few days - it is the increase of fluid, frequency or amount of bowel movements compared to the person's usual pattern. It can be the result from bacterial or viral infections that produce substances that cause the intestinal cells to secrete fluid rather than absorb it.


The combination of cramps, bas, bloating and irregular bowel function, caused by altered intestinal peristalsis and coupled with decreased pain threshold is called                            Irritable Bowel Syndrome                           


What are the pieces of solid material that develop in the gall bladder when substances in the bile form crystal-like particles?               gall stones              
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