Women's Empowerment and Health Education Quiz

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Which of the following components is NOT included in the broadest, holistic sense of health?

Social health

What is the definition of disease?

A change in the structure or function of body tissues, biologic systems, or the human mind

Which of the following is an example of an acute illness?

Common cold

What is the term used to describe the number of people with an illness or disorder relative to a specific population?

Morbidity

Which level of prevention focuses on specific medical or surgical therapies in acute care settings?

Secondary healthcare services

Which of the following is the leading cause of injury to women?

Abuse by a male partner

What is the most effective way to combat society's health problems?

Extensive education

Which of the following sources of information is NOT mentioned in the text?

Social media

Which websites are recommended as reliable sources of health-related information?

What is the leading cause of death in young children in America?

Accidental injury

Which of the following is NOT a lifestyle factor that can be controlled or modified?

Genetic makeup

Which of the following is a risk factor that may or may not be preventable?

Occupation

What is the recommended duration of moderate-intensity physical activity for adults per week?

30 minutes

Which of the following is NOT a major component of a healthy diet?

High sugar intake

Which of the following medical conditions can be caused or aggravated by smoking?

Heart disease

Which category of deviation from wellness is characterized by the growth of abnormal tissue or tumors?

Neoplastic Diseases

What is the result of insulin deficiency?

Metabolic Disorders

What is the characteristic of a benign tumor?

It does not recur once removed

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), health is defined as

The state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being

What is the characteristic of a malignant tumor?

It is dangerous and can spread to other parts of the body

Which of the following is NOT one of the components of health?

Economic well-being

Which category of deviation from wellness includes injuries caused by external forces?

Traumatic Injuries

What is the difference between morbidity and mortality?

Morbidity refers to illness, while mortality refers to death

What are the levels of prevention in healthcare?

Primary, secondary, and tertiary

How does the wellness-illness continuum relate to Maslow's hierarchy of human needs?

It demonstrates the connection between physical and mental health

Which of the following is a potential consequence of using crack or cocaine during pregnancy?

Learning disabilities

Which of the following is a common health concern for mature adults (40-65 yrs)?

Osteoporosis

Which of the following is a major cause of death in older adults (≥ 65 yrs)?

Heart disease

What is the difference between organic and functional diseases?

Organic diseases have a structural cause, while functional diseases do not.

What are deficiency diseases?

Diseases caused by lack of dietary nutrients

Match the following learning objectives with their corresponding descriptions:

State the World Health Organization’s definition of health = Objective 1 Define and differentiate morbidity and mortality = Objective 3 Relate the concept of wellness to Maslow’s hierarchy of human needs = Objective 7 Identify health concerns of each of the following age groups: infants, children, adolescents and young adults, mature adults, and older adults = Objective 10

Match the following terms with their definitions:

Morbidity = The number of people with an illness or disorder relative to a specific population Homeostasis = The balance of all of the components of the human organism Lifestyle factor = A personal habit or behavior related to the way a person lives Acute illness = A sudden illness that is usually short-term and severe

Match the following components of health with their descriptions:

Physical well-being = One of the components of health, but health is much more than this Mind-body-spirit homeostasis = The balance of all of the components of the human organism Social well-being = One of the components of health, and is included in the WHO's definition Wellness = A state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being

Match the following terms with their related concepts:

Health = A state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being Wellness–illness continuum = A model that illustrates the full range of health between illness and wellness Risk factor = Something that increases a person's chances of developing a disease Maslow’s hierarchy of human needs = A theory that describes the needs that motivate human behavior

Match the following levels of prevention with their descriptions:

Primary prevention = Actions taken to prevent the development of a disease or injury Secondary prevention = Actions taken to detect and treat a disease or injury early Tertiary prevention = Actions taken to manage and rehabilitate a disease or injury to prevent further damage

Match the following categories of deviation from wellness with their descriptions:

Metabolic Disorders = A disturbance of one or more of the endocrine glands Neoplastic Diseases = The growth of abnormal tissue or tumors, which can be benign or malignant Traumatic Injuries = Injuries caused by external forces Occupational Disorders = Conditions certain occupational groups are subject to

Match the following types of tumors with their characteristics:

Benign Tumor = Results from the growth of cells similar to the tissue in which it appears, often surrounded by a capsule Malignant Tumor = A wild and disorderly growth of cells that is unlike the tissue from which it arises, tends to spread to other parts of the body

Match the following categories of deviation from wellness with their specific examples:

Metabolic Disorders = Insulin deficiency resulting in diabetes mellitus Traumatic Injuries = Injuries incurred in automobile accidents and falls Neoplastic Diseases = Cancer, a malignant tumor Occupational Disorders = Construction workers subject to fall from height (FFH) injuries

Match the following terms with their definitions:

Hypersecretion = Occurs when there is too much secretion of a hormone Hyposecretion = Occurs when there is too little secretion of a hormone Metastasis = The process by which malignant cells spread to other parts of the body

Match the following conditions with their related factors:

Metabolic Disorders = Result from hypersecretion or hyposecretion of a hormone Neoplastic Diseases = Result from the growth of abnormal tissue or tumors Traumatic Injuries = Caused by external forces Occupational Disorders = Specific to certain occupational groups

Match the following health concepts with their definitions:

Morbidity = The number of people with an illness or disorder relative to a specific population Infection = A change in the structure and function of body tissues caused by invasion from harmful microorganisms Chronic Illness = A long-term health disturbance that often limits individuals within the wellness-illness continuum Acute Illness = Illnesses that interfere with the wellness-illness continuum for a short period of time

Match the following levels of prevention in healthcare with their descriptions:

Primary Healthcare Services = Also called prevention services, have significant positive effects on healthcare issues Secondary Healthcare Services = Provide individuals with specific medical or surgical therapies, generally in acute care settings Tertiary Services = Greatly enhance the level of the health of clients with chronic illness or disability Quaternary Services = Focus on the provision of advanced and highly specialized medical care

Match the following health components with their definitions:

Physical health = Refers to physical fitness, the body functioning at its best Emotional health = Refers to feelings and attitudes that make one comfortable with oneself Psychological or mental health = Refers to a mind that grows and adjusts, is in control, and is free of serious stress Social health = Refers to a sense of responsibility and caring for the health and welfare of others

Match the following terms related to health and wellness with their definitions:

Wellness-Illness Continuum = An individual’s daily state of health falls somewhere on this continuum from high-level wellness to impaired or diminished state of health, to death Disease = A change in the structure or function of body tissues, biologic systems, or the human mind Illness = The response to disease that involves a change in function Environmental Health = Refers to the overall health of the community and the environmental problems it confronts

Match the following concepts related to health and wellness with their definitions:

Mortality = Refers to the chances of death associated with a particular illness or disorder Prevention = The healthcare system's emphasis on this rather than treatment of disease Healthcare System = Today's system that emphasizes prevention, has levels of prevention, and focuses on primary, secondary, and tertiary services Chronic Illness = A type of illness that often requires rehabilitation or tertiary services

Match the following age groups with their corresponding health concerns:

Infants (0-1 yrs) = Low birth weight, congenital anomalies, sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), and respiratory distress syndrome Children (1-12 yrs) = Accidental injury, asthma, lack of exercise, and obesity Adolescents and young adults (12-40 yrs) = Risk behaviors, vehicle accidents, firearms and other weapons, binge drinking, eating disorders, and sexual health Mature adults (40-65 yrs ) = Not mentioned in the text

Match the following organizations with their corresponding websites:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention = www.cdc.gov American Diabetes Association = www.diabetes.org Indian Health service = www.ihs.gov World health organization (WHO) = www.who.int

Match the following sources of information with their reliability:

Formal courses in school = Not mentioned in the text Informal courses = Not mentioned in the text Public service announcements and advertisements = Not mentioned in the text Internet Websites = Use caution when gathering information. Not all sites use information based on truth and documented fact. Check your resources and use sites that have reliable, professional, and current information. e.g. sites that are affiliated to educational institutions and health organizations:.org.edu.gov

Match the following terms with their definitions:

Morbidity = The number of people with an illness or disorder relative to a specific population Mortality = Not mentioned in the text Abstinence = The only 100% effective way of preventing pregnancy, exposure to herpes, gonorrhea, syphilis, and other STIs Binge Drinking = Having five or more alcoholic drinks in one day at least once per month

Match the following age groups with their corresponding health concerns:

Infants (0-1 yrs) = Low birth weight, congenital anomalies, sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), and respiratory distress syndrome Children (1-12 yrs) = Accidental injury, asthma, lack of exercise, and obesity Adolescents and young adults (12-40 yrs) = Risk behaviors, vehicle accidents, firearms and other weapons, binge drinking, eating disorders, and sexual health Older adults (≥ 65 yrs) = Not mentioned in the text

Match the following categories of deviation from wellness with their descriptions:

Organic and Functional Diseases = A disorder with detectable structural change in one or more organs that alters usual function or a disorder in which a structural cause cannot be identified Hereditary Disorders = Disorders that may be transmitted by one or both biological parents to an embryo, resulting in the child’s physical impairment Congenital Disorders = Disorders that are present at birth and may be genetic or caused by another unfavorable condition that affects normal fetal development Infectious Diseases = Diseases caused by microorganisms, such as bacteria or viruses, or by animal parasites

Match the following age groups with their specific health concerns:

Mature Adults (40-65 yrs) = Heart Disease, Cancer, Hypertension, Diabetes Mellitus, Prostate and Lung Cancer Adults (≥ 65 yrs) = Heart disease, cancer, stroke, COPD, pneumonia, influenza, arthritis, osteoporosis, incontinence, vision and hearing impairment, dementia, Alzheimer’s disease Women = Osteoporosis, Cardiovascular diseases, Breast and Ovarian Cancer Men = Prostate and Lung Cancer, accidents

Match the following diseases with their corresponding categories of deviation from wellness:

Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) = Hereditary Disorders Rubella (German measles) during pregnancy = Congenital Disorders Infections caused by microorganisms = Infectious Diseases Scurvy = Deficiency Diseases

Match the following terms with their definitions:

Organic Disease = A disorder in which detectable structural change has occurred in one or more organs that also alters usual function Functional Disease = A disorder in which a structural cause cannot be identified, but the person experiences changes that affect his or her ability to conduct the usual activities of daily living Hereditary Disorders = Disorders that may be transmitted by one or both biological parents to an embryo, resulting in the child’s physical impairment Congenital Disorders = Disorders that are present at birth and may be genetic or caused by another unfavorable condition that affects normal fetal development

Match the following diseases with their causes:

Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) = Genetic Rubella (German measles) = Infection during pregnancy Infections caused by microorganisms = Bacteria, viruses, or animal parasites Scurvy = Lack of vitamin C

Match the following lifestyle and risk factors with their descriptions:

Physical Activity = Enhances energy, reduces stress, and provides relaxation. Essential in the management of chronic conditions such as diabetes and arthritis. Nutrition = Contributes to congestive heart failure, cancer, obesity, and growth retardation in children. High sugar intake, pesticide use, fertilizer overuse, and food additives also contribute to disease. Abstinence From Tobacco Products = Single leading cause of preventable death in the United States. Chemicals in cigarette smoke cause cancer. Other medical conditions that result from smoking include heart disease and chronic respiratory diseases. Substance Abuse = Increased use of marijuana, cocaine, crack, heroin, and similar 'street' drugs has become a major factor in the rising crime rate in the United States. Abuse of alcohol and other drugs contributes to mental health conditions, such as depression and suicide.

Match the following lifestyle and risk factors with their associated health conditions:

Smoking = Cancers of the lung, mouth, throat, esophagus, bladder, kidney, pancreas, and cervix. Heart disease and chronic respiratory diseases such as asthma, emphysema, bronchitis, pneumonia, and other acute and chronic respiratory disorders. Physical Activity = Maintenance of good health, weight control, and decrease in the percentage of body fat. Nutrition = Congestive heart failure, cancer, obesity, and growth retardation in children. Substance Abuse = Cirrhosis of the liver, diverticulitis, mental health conditions, family strife, domestic violence, work absenteeism, and unemployment.

Match the following lifestyle and risk factors with their associated consequences:

Abstinence From Tobacco Products = Decreased risk of cancer, heart disease, and chronic respiratory diseases. Physical Activity = Enhanced energy, reduced stress, and relaxation. Management of chronic conditions. Nutrition = Reduced fat and sodium intake, adequate calcium intake, and increased intake of fiber and natural carbohydrates. Substance Abuse = Increased risk of accidents, homicides, mental health conditions, family strife, and rising crime rate.

Match the following lifestyle and risk factors with their definitions:

Physical Activity = Any bodily movement produced by skeletal muscles that requires energy expenditure. Nutrition = The process of providing or obtaining the food necessary for health and growth. Abstinence From Tobacco Products = The avoidance of using tobacco products. Substance Abuse = The use of a substance in a manner, amounts, or situations such that it causes problems or greatly increases the chances of problems occurring.

Match the following lifestyle and risk factors with their impact on health:

Abstinence From Tobacco Products = Decreased risk of cancer, heart disease, and chronic respiratory diseases. Physical Activity = Enhanced energy, reduced stress, and relaxation. Management of chronic conditions. Substance Abuse = Increased risk of accidents, homicides, mental health conditions, family strife, and rising crime rate. Nutrition = Contributes to congestive heart failure, cancer, obesity, and growth retardation in children.

Quiz: Empowering Women and Promoting Health through Education

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