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Eighth Grade (Grade 8) Health and Medicine Questions

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Grade 8 Microbiology
Which of the following is considered to be smallest in size?
  1. bacterium
  2. red blood cell
  3. virus
  4. lymphocyte
Grade 8 Diet and Nutrition
Carbohydrates supply the body with
  1. energy.
  2. I don't know.
  3. oxidation.
  4. carbon dioxide.
Grade 8 Microbiology
Primary human pathogens include viruses, bacteria, and fungi.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 8 Microbiology
Bacteria are       one      - celled organisms that are found nearly everywhere.
Grade 8 Prenatal and Child Care
To ensure safe playground behaviour, teach children how to drop from monkey bars onto their feet with their         knees         slightly bent.
Grade 8 Prenatal and Child Care
To ensure safe playground behavior, teach children to always wear         shoes         when playing in any playground.
Grade 8 Prenatal and Child Care
To ensure safe playground behavior, teach children to stay away from the        front         and        back        of moving swings.
Grade 8 Prenatal and Child Care
Babies do not need a bath everyday,         three         times a week is usually enough until the baby becomes more mobile.
Grade 8 Prenatal and Child Care
Bathing a baby too often may cause the baby's skin to become        dry        .
Grade 8 Prenatal and Child Care
The best time to bathe a baby is when you're not          rushed          and will not be               interrupted              .
Grade 8 Prenatal and Child Care
Do not bathe a baby immediately after a           feeding          .
Grade 8 Prenatal and Child Care
Whether using a plastic tub or sink to bathe a baby, line it with a               clean towel              .
Grade 8 Prenatal and Child Care
Before beginning a baby's bath, have all necessary items                 close at hand                .
Grade 8 Prenatal and Child Care
When bathing a baby, fill the tub or sink with approximately                 2 inches/5 cm                 of        warm        water.
Grade 8 Prenatal and Child Care
The temperature of the baby's bath water should be around                              100 degrees F/38 degrees C                              and the room temperature should be        warm       .
Grade 8 Prenatal and Child Care
In order to securely hold a baby during a bath, use your              undominate              arm to support the baby's head and neck and the other to wash and rinse the baby.
Grade 8 Prenatal and Child Care
When beginning to wash a baby in the bath, start with the baby's        face        and move            downward           , this keeps rinsed areas from getting soapy again.
Grade 8 Prenatal and Child Care
When washing baby's hair, gently massage a        drop        of mild baby shampoo onto the baby's scalp and rinse the shampoo with a cup of water or a damp washcloth, cupping one hand across the baby's            forehead            to keep the suds away from his or her eyes.
Grade 8 Prenatal and Child Care
Babies usually don't require a               moisturizer               after a bath. If a baby's skin is dry, you may be bathing the baby too often.
Grade 8 Fitness
Which of these statements describe the results of exercise?
  1. breathing rate decreases to increase oxygen flow to muscles
  2. breathing rate increases to increase oxygen flow to muscles
  3. breathing rate decreases to reduce oxygen flow to muscles
  4. breathing rate decreases to increase carbon dioxide flow to muscles
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