Alcohol and other Drugs Edu Test Answers 7

Fernando is at a party with his friend Andre. At the end of the night, Andre is supposed to drive them both home. After they get in the car, Fernando can smell alcohol on Andre's breath. Fernando hasn't had any alcohol, but he doesn't have his full license yet. What should Fernando do in this situation?
A: stay in the car and help direct his driving
B: offer to drive instead, since there will still be a licensed driver in the car
C: have another friend follow them home to make sure they get there safely
D: convince Andre to exit the car and find another safe way home

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convince Andre to exit the car and find another safe way home


Antonio is recovering from an alcohol problem. He goes out to a restaurant with coworkers to celebrate a recent promotion. Everyone orders drinks. How should he handle the situation?
A: Only have one alcoholic beverage.
B: Drink a soda or other nonalcoholic beverage.
C: Order a drink with low alcohol content.
D: Tell the others they cannot drink alcohol either.

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Drink a soda or other nonalcoholic beverage.


Nina is spending the night at a friend's house and is having trouble sleeping. Her friend offers Nina one of her parent's prescription sleep medications. Should Nina take the prescription sleep medication from her friend?
A: Yes, prescription drugs are safe for anyone to take.
B: No, prescription drugs should only be taken by the person for whom the prescription was written.
C: Yes, Nina is tired and really needs to sleep.
D: No, Nina should look up information about the medication on the Internet first to see if it is safe.

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No, prescription drugs should only be taken by the person for whom the prescription was written.


Katarina has been depressed since learning of her aunt's death. Based on the K├╝bler-Ross grief model, what is her next stage of grief?
A: denial
B: anger
C: bargaining
D: acceptance

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acceptance


Which of these strategies are used to prevent substance use and abuse? Select three options.
A: barriers
B: delaying
C: negotiation
D: decision-making
E: developing a plan

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negotiation
decision-making
developing a plan


Which characteristic demonstrates a healthy self-esteem?
A: accepts others
B: does not listen well
C: seeks constant approval
D: frustrates easily

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accepts others


Which source of stress at school would most likely cause a student to lose focus and motivation?
A: taking a difficult course
B: getting a part in a play
C: having a fight with a friend
D: trying out for the basketball team

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having a fight with a friend


What strategies can aid in leading a substance-free life? Check all that apply.
A: building a strong relationship with your parents
B: modeling behaviors seen on reality TV shows
C: choosing friends who do not use drugs
D: being a positive role model for others
E: finding activities you can enjoy without drugs

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building a strong relationship with your parents
choosing friends who do not use drugs
being a positive role model for others
finding activities you can enjoy without drugs


How does a substance-free lifestyle support the achievement of life goals? Check all that apply.
A: A substance-free person may experience fewer social and legal problems.
B: A substance-free person may have less time to devote to achieving goals.
C: A substance-free person may have an easier time finding and keeping a job.
D: A substance-free person may be less involved in risky behaviors.
E: A substance-free person may have more money to spend.

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A substance-free person may experience fewer social and legal problems.
A substance-free person may have an easier time finding and keeping a job.
A substance-free person may be less involved in risky behaviors.
A substance-free person may have more money to spend.


Joel had knee surgery and his doctor prescribed opiate painkillers for the pain. Which scenario would most likely lead to prescription drug abuse?
A: Joel takes the painkillers in a method that was only recommended by his doctor.
B: Joel tells his friend who also has knee pain that a doctor gave him painkillers.
C: Joel takes other painkillers in addition to the prescribed pain killers.
D: Joel takes the painkillers for the first few days and throws away the rest.

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Joel takes other painkillers in addition to the prescribed pain killers.


What message can you infer that Kathy wanted to send by agreeing to this interview?
A: It is important to protect those with developmental disabilities.
B: Drinking alcohol is dangerous for teens and adults.
C: Parents of children with developmental challenges face challenges themselves.
D: Women should not drink while they are pregnant.

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Women should not drink while they are pregnant.


Filters protect against the adverse health effects from nicotine use.
A: theory
B: fact
C: opinion
D: myth

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myth


Which statements accurately describe prescription drugs? Check all that apply.
A: They must be authorized by a healthcare provider.
B: Each one has the same effects on different people.
C: They can be purchased over-the-counter.
D: They can be safely shared with family members.
E: They must be purchased from a pharmacy.

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They must be authorized by a healthcare provider.
They must be purchased from a pharmacy.


Choose the correct drug to complete the sentence.
(1) is a powerful stimulant.
(2) is a highly addictive opiate.
(3) is prescribed for medical purposes in many states.

1- cocaine: is a powerful stimulant.
2- heroin: is a highly addictive opiate.
3- marijuana: is prescribed for medical purposes in many states.

Which locations are covered in the drug-free school policy? Check all that apply.
A: school bus
B: home
C: school lunchroom
D: sporting event at another school
E: shopping center

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school bus
school lunchroom
sporting event at another school


Which situations violate the drug-free school policy? Check all that apply.
A: A student takes ibuprofen at home.
B: A student has marijuana on the school bus.
C: A student shares cough syrup in the school lunchroom.
D: A student has her prescription medication in her purse at the mall.
E: A student sells a prescription drug at a school event that is off campus.

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A student has marijuana on the school bus.
A student shares cough syrup in the school lunchroom.
A student sells a prescription drug at a school event that is off campus.


Which inferences can be made from the passage? Check all that apply.
A: Prenatal cocaine exposure can lead to more anxiety in childhood.
B: Prenatal cocaine exposure can lead to aggressive behavior, even many years later.
C: Prenatal cocaine exposure can lead to problems with memory or attention.
D: Prenatal cocaine exposure can lead to problems, but they usually go away after one or two years.

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Prenatal cocaine exposure can lead to more anxiety in childhood.
Prenatal cocaine exposure can lead to aggressive behavior, even many years later.
Prenatal cocaine exposure can lead to problems with memory or attention.


Use this study by the Orange County Health Care Agency to complete the statements.
About (1)_____ percent of the women surveyed admitted to using marijuana before or during pregnancy.
The drug that was most commonly abused both before and during pregnancy was (2)_____ .
(3)_____ women stop using drugs during pregnancy.

1 - 4.5
About 4.5 percent of the women surveyed admitted to using marijuana before or during pregnancy.
2 - marijuana
The drug that was most commonly abused both before and during pregnancy was marijuana.
3 - not all
Not all women stop using drugs during pregnancy.

Which statement best summarizes the definition of "safe haven" as applied to Drug-Free School Zones?
A: Safe havens protect students from bad weather.
B: Safe havens allow students to learn and grow.
C: Safe havens improve the outside environment.
D: Safe havens include community parks.

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Safe havens allow students to learn and grow.


Based on the information presented, what is the main idea concerning teen drug use?
A: Prescription drugs are safer than street drugs.
B: Prescription drug abuse is increasing among teens.
C: Prescription drug misuse is a minor national health problem.
D: Prescription drugs are the most commonly abused drugs among teens.

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Prescription drug abuse is increasing among teens.


What messages is this ad conveying? Check all that apply.
A: Drinking is boring.
B: Drinking is a social activity.
C: Sports and beer go together.
D: Drinking makes you tired.
E: Drinking is fun.

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Drinking is a social activity. Sports and beer go together. Drinking is fun.


Which conclusions about alcohol and teen driving are supported by the data provided? Check all that apply.
A: Rates of drinking and driving increased significantly between 2004 and 2014.
B: Approximately 22 percent of teens admitted to driving after drinking in 2004.
C: Fewer teens admitted to drinking and driving in 2013 than in 2004.
D: In 2013, about one in five teens admitted to riding with a driver who had been drinking.

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Fewer teens admitted to drinking and driving in 2013 than in 2004.
In 2013, about one in five teens admitted to riding with a driver who had been drinking.


Which facts support the conclusion that teen drinking and driving is a serious issue? Check all that apply.
A: Rates of drinking and driving are increasing.
B: Many teens are still driving after drinking despite laws against it.
C: Drunk driving was a factor in about 33 percent of all teen auto fatalities.
D: In 2013, one in ten teens admitted to drinking and driving.
E: More teens than ever before are riding with drivers who have been drinking.

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Many teens are still driving after drinking despite laws against it.
Drunk driving was a factor in about 33 percent of all teen auto fatalities.
In 2013, one in ten teens admitted to drinking and driving.


Which of these conclusions are supported by evidence in the text provided? Check all that apply.
A: Drinking affects STD rates in teens.
B: About half of all new STD cases are found in people under the age of 24.
C: The majority of new STD cases are found in people over the age of 24.
D: Nearly one-fourth of young people have STDs.
E: Drinking decreases risky sexual activity.

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Drinking affects STD rates in teens.
About half of all new STD cases are found in people under the age of 24.
Nearly one-fourth of young people have STDs.

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