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Health midterm exam

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Section 1

Question Answer
In 2015, what country had the highest life expectancy?Monaco
In 2015, what country had the lowest life expectancy?Chad
In 2015, what was the average life expectancy (for both women and men) in the United States?80 years
In 2015, what was the average life expectancy for men in the United States?men-77 years
In 2015, what was the average life expectancy for women in the United States?women-82 years
What is the number one cause of death for college students in the United States?unintentional death
What was the leading cause of death in the United States (and the world) in 1918?influenza (the flu)
What racial/ethnic background has the lowest infant mortality in the United States?African Pacific Islanders
What racial/ethnic background has the highest infant mortality in the United States?African American
What is the number one reason babies die in the United States?Birth Defects
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Section 2

Question Answer
What racial/ethnic group has the highest rates of type 2 diabetes in the worldPima Tribe
There are about how many known genes that can put you at greater risk for type 2 diabetes80 Known genes
Match the risk (e.g., 1 in 100,000) of type 1 diabetes with China, Finland and United States (each is given a rate for type 1 diabetes in the handout)Chinese- 1 in a million Finland- 100,000ppl- 60ppl have it US-23 per 100,000ppl
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Section 3

Question Answer
Who (women or men) are more likely to be diagnosed with a reproductive cancer?Men
Who (women or men) are more likely to die from a reproductive cancer?Women
What male reproductive cancer is primarily caused by human papillomavirus (HPV)?Penile Cancer
What 3 female reproductive cancers are primarily caused by human papillomavirus (HPV)?Cervical, vulgar, vaginal
What reproductive cancer is most prevalent in men?Prostate
What reproductive cancer is most prevalent in women?Uterus
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Section 4

Question Answer
Know the U.S. state that has the highest incidence rate (i.e., 100 per 100,000) of lung cancer in men (2008- 2012)Kentucky
Know the U.S. state that has the lowest incidence rate (i.e., 100 per 100,000) of lung cancer in men (2008- 2012)Utah
What U.S. state (or federal district) has the highest estimated number of cases for selected cancers in 2016California
What U.S. state (or federal district) has the lowest estimated number of cases for selected cancers in 2016District of Columbia
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Section 5

Question Answer
What U.S. state is considered the leanest?Colorado
What U.S. state is considered the most obese?Mississippi
How many calories in a gram of fat?9 calories
How many calories in a gram of protein?4 calories
How many calories in a gram of alcohol?7 calories
How many calories in a gram of carbohydrates?4 calories
What U.S. state is considered the most obese for Caucasians?West Virginia- caucasians
What U.S. state is considered the most obese for Hispanics?Tennessee- Hispanics
What U.S. state is considered the most obese for African-Americans?Mississippi
Which type of body fat is harder to burn off?Subcutaneous
Which type of body fat is dangerous in excess?Visceral
One pound of muscle burns how many calories daily?1 pound of muscle burns 6 cals daily
One pound of fat burns how many calories daily?1 pound of fat burns 2 cals daily
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Section 6

Question Answer
What are the only three nutrients that contain calories - you will be writing the answers on a scantronProteins, carbs and fats
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Section 7

Question Answer
What country as the highest beverage consumption from the Cocoa-Cola Company in the world?Mexico
What is the most efficient and fastest way to administer a drug?Inhalation
What type of drug is prescribed by doctors the most?Anti-depressants
What is the most widely used recreational drug?Alcohol
What is the most popular and widely used drug?Caffeine
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Section 8

Question Answer
How is marijuana most commonly consumed (e.g., smoking it, eating it, drinking it)Smoking it
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