Eating healthy and exercising would be a positive aspect of the __________ side of the health triangle.
If you are stressed often, this would be a negative aspect to your __________ side of the health triangle.
Having a good support system with friends and family would be a positive aspect to your _________ side of the health triangle.
Sun exposure and water quality are examples of __________ risk factors.
__________ risk factors are those passed down from parent to child.
What does R.I.C.E. stand for in regards to first aid?
The well-being of your body, your mind, and your relationships with others
The combination of physical, mental, and social well-being
60 minutes a day
What is the physical activity recommendation for high school students (time)?
The nutrient in food that helps our body repair cells.
The nutrient in food that acts as an insulator and shock absorber.
The nutrient in food that makes us feel full.
List the 3s in the correct order.
A(n) _______ fracture breaks open the skin.
A(n) _______ fracture will not break open the skin.
What does CPR stand for?
30 to 2
What is the compression to breath ratio for an adult?
30 to 2
What is the compression to breath ratio for an infant?
30 to 2
What is the compression to breath ratio for a child?
An injury to a muscle or tendon is called a _______.
An injury to a ligament is called a ________.
An eating disorder characterized by starvation.
An eating disorder characterized by binging and purging.
An eating disorder characterized by eating excessively and become obese.
A cold-related illness characterized by the body unable to keep warm.
A cold-related illness characterized by freezing on body parts, such as fingers, toes, ears, and the nose.
A heat-related illness characterized by excessive sweating.
A heat-related illness characterized by the body beginning to shut down, perspiration stops, and consciousness level changes.
Gonorrhea, syphillis, and chlamydia are caused by a ________.
Hepatitis, Herpes Simplex, and HPV are caused by a ________.
__________ is one of the main complications of a STI if left untreated.
The best way to avoid sexually transmitted disease is ________.
The most constructive defense mechanism.
The level a person tries to obtain in Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs.
A _____ is specific, measurable, and has time limits.
A ____ term goal is one attainable in days or weeks.
A ____ term goal is one attainable in months, years, or a lifetime.
Tobacco causes _________ deaths per year.
Tobacco is leading __________ cause of death.
A serious effect on an infant exposed to tobacco.
A mind-altering substance.
When a substance is taken out of the body and causes a person to have symptoms such as headache, nausea, and aggressiveness.
When the body requires more of a substance to have the same effect.
________ is the leading cause of death among teens 15-19.
Beer or wine cooler
These types of alcohol have a standard drink size of 12 ounces.
This type of alcohol has a standard drink size of 5 ounces.
This type of alcohol has a standard drink size of 1 ounce.
The 4 ways drugs enter the body.
What does F.I.T.T. stand for?
Drug _____ is the unintentional use of a drug.
Drug _____ is the intentional use of a drug for other reasons than the intended purpose.
This category of drug relaxes people and can relieve anxiety and tension. Alcohol is an example.
This category of drug accelerates the central nervous system. Meth is an example.
This category of drug dulls senses and relieves pain. Heroin is an example.
This category of drug comes from the hemp plant and is known as the gateway drug.
This category of drug is a synthetic form of testosterone.
This category of drug is a psychedelic drug and makes people “trip”. LSD and Ecstasy are examples.
This category of drug is breathable vapor such as felt tip pens, nail polish, and spray paint.
K-2 and bath salts are examples of ________ drugs because they are manufactured rather than natural.