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None Fitness
Physical activity done in short, fast bursts is
  1. aerobic
  2. anaerobic
  3. hypokinetic
  4. graded
None Diet and Nutrition
Sugar and starch are called
  1. proteins.
  2. carbohydrates.
  3. fat.
  4. This test is stupid
None Diet and Nutrition
Food energy is measured in units called
  1. feets.
  2. pounds.
  3. tons.
  4. calories.
None Diet and Nutrition
Two nutrients that do not give off energy are
  1. fats and minerals.
  2. water and vitamins.
  3. I did not study.
  4. carbohydrates and fats.
None Microbiology
Which of the following is an example of a prescription drug?
  1. joint pain
  2. insulin
  3. headache
  4. cough
None Fitness
With regular exercise, your nervous system
  1. causes your heart rate to be controlled voluntarily
  2. raises your resting heart rate
  3. lowers your resting heart rate
  4. causes your brain to work more efficiently
None Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
Stress has                     effects on the body
  1. negative
  2. positive
  3. negative & positive
  4. none of the above
None Fitness
How much exercise should a person get everyday?
  1. 4-5 hours
  2. 10-20 minutes
  3. 30 minutes - 1 hour
  4. 1-2 hours
None Fitness
The ability of the same muscles to preform the same exercise over and over again, or over a period of time is called
  1. Body composition
  2. Flexibility
  3. Muscular Strength
  4. Muscular Endurance
  5. Cardiovascular Endurance
None Public Health
The common cold, hepatitis and measles are examples of:
  1. communicable diseases
  2. harmless disease
  3. nonpathogenic disease
  4. beneficial diseases
None Public Health
Communicable disease refers to a disease that is:
  1. passive
  2. dormant
  3. spread from one person to another
  4. not spread from one person to another
None Drugs and Alcohol
The legal BAC to operate a motor vehicle under the age of 21 is                .
  1. .08%
  2. .05%
  3. .00%
None Microbiology
Bacteria reproduce asexually by                .
  1. binary fission.
  2. spores.
  3. conjugation.
  4. fixation.
None Diet and Nutrition
What is nutrition?
  1. the kind of food that a person, animal or community habitually eats.
  2. Regular occasion in a day when a reasonably large amount of food is eaten.
  3. Process of providing the food necessary for health and growth.
  4. All of the above
None Drugs and Alcohol
Alcohol is a                
  1. Depressant
  2. Stimulant
  3. Hallucinogen
None Diet and Nutrition
Excess body fat can increase your risk of developing
  1. cancer
  2. high blood pressure
  3. heart disease
  4. diabetes
  5. all of the above
None Emergency Medical Services
As an EMR, which of the following should you set as your top priority at the scene of an emergency?
  1. CPR
  2. Safety
  3. Patient care
  4. Traffic control
None Diet and Nutrition
What is nutrition?
  1. nutrients
  2. a disease
  3. proper nutrition promotes the optimal growth and development
  4. the process of providing or obtaining the food needed for health and growth.
None Medical Terms
a torn or jagged wound, or an accidental cut wound
  1. Abrasion
  2. Contusion
  3. Lesion
  4. Laceration
None Diet and Nutrition
                is the manner in which foods are used to meet the body's needs.
  1. Adequate diet
  2. nutrition
  3. diet
  4. organic
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