2024 ✅ Alcohol, Tobacco, Other Drugs and The Body Test Answers 4

Which media would most likely influence a person to use tobacco? Check all that apply.
A: a concert that encourages smoking
B: a brochure about addiction
C: a movie that makes smoking look fun
D: a friend's conversation about nicotine
E: a singer smoking on an album cover

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a concert that encourages smoking
a movie that makes smoking look fun
a singer smoking on an album cover


All of the choices are risks associated with exposure to environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) EXCEPT __________.
A: exposure to 5 times more carbon monoxide
B: increase in likelihood of having coronary heart disease
C: exposure to 2 times more tar and nicotine
D: exposure to less than 5 cancer-causing agents

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exposure to less than 5 cancer-causing agents


What are the short-term effects of nicotine and tobacco use? Check all that apply.
A: abnormal tightening of the lung's airways
B: dental problems
C: stimulation of the brain's reward center
D: withdrawal effect due to nicotine addiction
E: increase blood pressure and breathing rate

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abnormal tightening of the lung's airways
stimulation of the brain's reward center
increased blood pressure and breathing rate


Based on the excerpt, which statement is true?
A: Antidrug campaigns have little effect on how much students use drugs.
B: Lots of students use tobacco, but very few use alcohol or marijuana.
C: Antidrug campaigns can help prevent substance abuse, but cannot reduce it.
D: Practicing refusal strategies can help students stay sober.

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Practicing refusal strategies can help students stay sober.


Which factors would likely help Athena choose not to try drugs, tobacco, or alcohol? Check all that apply.
A: having open and honest communications with her parents
B: having friends who encourage her to try just one cigarette
C: seeing her parents model healthy behavior for her and her sister
D: seeing commercials that explain that drinking is really harmless

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having open and honest communications with her parents
seeing her parents model healthy behavior for her and her sister


Which sentence from the passage best summarizes this school's policy on tobacco?
A: "Valley High School will hold a 'Just Say No' Drug-Free Week every school year."
B: "Students will not engage in the possession, use, or sale of any tobacco products."
C: "Valley High School is a community that promotes a safe and healthy tobacco-free lifestyle."
D: "Students who are found in possession of tobacco : : : may be subject to a number of sanctions."

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Valley High School is a community that promotes a safe and healthy tobacco-free lifestyle.


There is a rising trend in e-cigarette, or "vaping," use among young adults. According to the graph, what is the approximate percentage of high school students who had ever tried e-cigarettes, in 2012?
A: 3%
B: 5%
C: 10%
D: 15%

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10%


Which conclusion does this passage best support?
A: Traditional cigarettes are less likely to cause complications during pregnancy.
B: The use of e-cigarettes is a good substitute for traditional cigarettes during pregnancy.
C: The flavoring in e-cigarettes is less risky for pregnant mothers than nicotine.
D: Neither e-cigarettes nor traditional cigarettes should be used during pregnancy.

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Neither e-cigarettes nor traditional cigarettes should be used during pregnancy.


What health consequence of tobacco use does this video primarily address?
A: the risk of acquiring a deadly disease due to smoking
B: the dangers of smoking to a developing baby during pregnancy
C: the symptoms of a chronic condition caused by cigarette smoking
D: the negative impact of smoking on a teenager's physical development

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the risk of acquiring a deadly disease due to smoking


Which factor is most likely to contribute to tobacco use?
A: knowledge of risk factors
B: desire to look younger
C: tendency to have low anxiety at home
D: influence of media on human thinking

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influence of media on human thinking


Which factor might contribute to tobacco use? Check all that apply.
A: the desire for a stress reliever
B: influence from family and friends
C: cognitive processing of information
D: media influence on human thinking
E: knowledge of risk factors

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the desire for a stress reliever
influence from family and friends
cognitive processing of information
media influence on human thinking


Which of these is a challenge to social relationships as a result of nicotine and tobacco use?
A: yellow teeth and nails
B: extra taxes on cigarettes
C: fear of expulsion from school
D: penalties from buying cigarettes if underage

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yellow teeth and nails


Which of the following are true about vaping?
A: Vape products can contain more nicotine than cigarettes
B: Vaping is the best way to quit smoking
C: Vaping is not addictive
D: Both B and C
E: All of the above

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Vape products can contain more nicotine than cigarettes


Which of the following may be inhaled when vaping?
A: Nicotine
B: Formaldehyde
C: Arsenic
D: Both A and B
E: All of the above

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All of the above


Which of the following are true about cannabis:
A: Cannabis can impair learning and memory
B: Cannabis can cause panic attacks or anxiety
C: Cannabis can become addictive
D: Both A and B
E: All of the above

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All of the above


Even though cannabis use is legal in some states, it may not be allowed on a college campus in those states because:
A: They are religious institutions
B: They receive federal funding
C: They have students under age 18
D: They have lobbied to be exempt to protect students

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They receive federal funding


What is the idea that filters protect against the health effects from nicotine use is widely viewed as?
A: theory
B: fact
C: opinion
D: myth

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myth


Which of these smoking-related disease cause permanent damage to the lungs? Check all that apply.
Which of these smoking-related diseases cause permanent damage to the lungs? Check all that apply.
A: chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
B: emphysema
C: asthma
D: type 2 diabetes
E: stroke

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chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
emphysema
asthma


Which health result would most likely be experienced by a long-term smoker who makes the decision to stop smoking?
A: decrease in allergies
B: increase in blood pressure
C: increase in asthma problems
D: decrease in chronic diseases

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decrease in chronic diseases


Which term accurately describes the following statement? "Filters protect against the adverse health effects from nicotine use."
A: theory
B: fact
C: opinion
D: myth

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myth


An individual would like to use the following image in an advertisement campaign against smoking. Sending The Right Message. What does this image most likely illustrate?
A: the influence by celebrities to smoke
B: the effects of nicotine on health
C: the glamour of smoking
D: the peer pressure to smoke

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the peer pressure to smoke


Why is there an increased sense of smell when a person stops smoking? Check all that apply.
A: nerve cells regrow in the lungs and airways
B: chemicals in smoke alter taste and smell
C: built-up tar on tongue and cheeks wears away
D: breathing gets easier due to increased mucus production
E: amount of oxygen in blood increases to normal level

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nerve cells regrow in the lungs and airways
chemicals in smoke alter taste and smell


What most likely does this image illustrate?
A: the influence of celebrities to smoke
B: the effects of nicotine on health
C: the glamour of smoking
D: peer pressure of smoking

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peer pressure of smoking


Which are the consequences of smoking while pregnant? Select three options.
A: SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome)
B: stillbirth
C: painful delivery
D: birth defects
E: large birth weight

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SIDS
stillbirth
birth defects


You are hanging out with a group of friends at a party. A group of people are standing outside, and a few of them are smoking, including your friend Tina. Tina asks if you'd like to try her cigarette, but you've decided to live a substance-free lifestyle. Which statement is the best example of a refusal strategy that you could use?
A: "I'll take one puff, but that's it."
B: "No, I don't like the smell of cigarettes."
C: "I'll take it, that's my brand!"
D: "No thanks, I'd rather drink than smoke."

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No, I don't like the smell of cigarettes.


Arif has recently quit smoking. What immediate benefits can he expect? CHECK ALL THAT APPLY.
A: blood oxygen levels returned to normal
B: better cardiovascular circulation
C: improved liver health
D: easier breathing and respiration
E: improved oral and skin health

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blood oxygen levels returned to normal
better cardiovascular circulation
easier breathing and respiration
improved oral and skin health


Which internal and external pressures related to smoking does this video primarily address? Check all that apply.
A: the influence of peers
B: the influence of family
C: the desire to lose weight
D: the need to reduce stress
E: the desire to be included
F: the belief smoking is acceptable

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the influence of peers
the influence of family
the desire to be included
the belief smoking is acceptable


Which myths about vaping does this advertisement encourage? Check all that apply.
A: Vaping is not harmful.
B: Vaping is all natural.
C: Vaping is acceptable everywhere.
D: Vaping will make you more popular.
E: Vaping is a healthy alternative to smoking.

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Vaping is not harmful.
Vaping is acceptable everywhere.
Vaping is a healthy alternative to smoking.


Study the advertisement, then use the drop-down menus to make inferences about the cigarette maker's intent.
This ad uses the idea of (1)_____ to attract US consumers.
This ad uses (2)_____ to convince consumers that e-cigarettes are healthy.
What message does the advertisement convey about people who smoke? (3)_____

ANSWER: 1- freedom
This ad uses the idea of freedom to attract US consumers.
ANSWER: 2- the outdoors
This ad uses the outdoors to convince consumers that e-cigarettes are healthy.
ANSWER: 3- they're active

The use of e-cigarettes among young adults has increased steadily over time. According to the graph, how much did this trend change between the years of 2013 and 2014?
A: 2.5%
B: 5%
C: 10%
D: 18%

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10%


Which myths about smoking does this advertisement encourage? Check all that apply.
A: Smoking is not harmful.
B: Smoking is only for girls.
C: Smoking will make you more attractive.
D: Smoking is not expensive.
E: Smoking can help you lose weight.

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Smoking is not harmful.
Smoking will make you more attractive.
Smoking is not expensive.


Study the advertisement, then use the drop-down menus to make inferences about the cigarette maker's intent.
Which group of people is the company targeting in this advertisement? (1)
What message does the advertisement convey about people who smoke? (2)
The ad uses (3)____ to attract its target audience.

ANSWER: 1- teen girls
ANSWER: 2- they're attractive
ANSWER: 3- color
The ad uses color to attract its target audience.

According to the graph, about (1)____ of US deaths attributable to smoking are caused by lung cancer.
About half of deaths are caused by (2) ____.


ANSWER: 1- one-third
According to the graph, about one-third of US deaths attributable to smoking are caused by lung cancer.
ANSWER: 2- COPD and coronary heart disease
About half of deaths are caused by COPD and coronary heart disease.

Which effects of nicotine use do most users experience? Check all that apply.
A: Nicotine affects the pleasure centers of the brain, making it addictive.
B: Teens who smoke are less likely to smoke as adults.
C: People have to increase their nicotine use over time to receive the same effects.
D: People who want to quit are generally able to do so.
E: Stopping use leads to a tired feeling.

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Nicotine affects the pleasure centers of the brain, making it addictive.
People have to increase their nicotine use over time to receive the same effects.
Stopping use leads to a tired feeling.


Which strategy helps a person stop smoking?
A: setting a budget for cigarettes
B: getting medicine
C: keeping the same personal behaviors
D: maintaining an old social routine

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getting medicine


How quickly will an individual begin to see health benefits after quitting smoking?
ANSWER: Within a day

The most dangerous gas inhaled with each puff of a cigarette is __________.
ANSWER: carbon monoxide

What effect does carbon monoxide have on a smoker's body?
ANSWER: It interferes with the ability of hemoglobin in the blood to carry oxygen.

What percentage of adults who smoke started by the age of 21?
ANSWER: 90 percent

The effects of nicotine include __________.
ANSWER: increasing heart and respiratory rates

The single most preventable cause of death in the United States is __________.
ANSWER: diseases related to tobacco use

A chronic lung disease caused by smoking in which the tiny air sacs in the lungs are destroyed, making breathing difficult, is __________.
ANSWER: emphysema

All of the following statements about smokeless tobacco are true EXCEPT __________.
ANSWER: smokeless tobacco users rarely have dental problems

What effect does nicotine have on cilia in the upper respiratory system?
ANSWER: Paralyze

Smoking contributes to heart disease by all of the following ways EXCEPT __________.
ANSWER: increasing blood pressure

What is the major psychoactive ingredient in tobacco products?
ANSWER: Nicotine
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