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Unit Quiz. True/False. Multiple Choice. Fill in the Blanks. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. Final Question. True/False: 100 Question. Most middle schoolers are not current cigarette smokers. Home. Answer. True/False: 100 Answer.

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Unit quiz
Unit Quiz

True/False

Multiple Choice

Fill in the Blanks

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Final Question


True false 100 question
True/False:100 Question

Most middle schoolers are not current cigarette smokers.

Home

Answer


True false 100 answer
True/False:100 Answer

What is “True”?

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True false 200 question
True/False:200 Question

Nicotine addiction can occur after as few as 100 cigarettes.

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Answer


True false 200 answer
True/False:200 Answer

What is “True”?

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True false 300 question
True/False:300 Question

Using smokeless tobacco does not cause health consequences.

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Answer


True false 300 answer
True/False:300 Answer

What is “False”?

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True false 400 question
True/False: 400 Question

Nicotine does not affect or change the brain the same way heroin and cocaine do.

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True false 400 answer
True/False: 400 Answer

What is “False”?

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True false 500 question
True/False: 500 Question

The younger a person is when he or she starts to smoke cigarettes, the more likely he or she is to become addicted to nicotine.

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True false 500 answer
True/False: 500 Answer

What is “True”?

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Multiple choice 100 question
Multiple Choice:100 Question

Young people who smoke cigarettes can

experience_______.

a) shortness of breath

b) coughing and wheezing

c) nausea and phlegm production

d) all of the above

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Multiple choice 100 answer
Multiple Choice:100 Answer

What is “all of the above”?

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Multiple choice 200 question
Multiple Choice:200 Question

What is nicotine?

a) a neurotransmitter

b) a neuron

c) a drug found in tobacco leaves

d) a form of glucose found in tobacco leaves

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Multiple choice 200 answer
Multiple Choice:200 Answer

What is “a drug found in tobacco leaves”?

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Multiple choice 300 question
Multiple Choice:300 Question

  • Which statement is the most accurate?

  • a) Smoking cigarettes can damage your lungs.

  • b) Smoking cigarettes can damage your heart.

  • c) Smoking cigarettes can damage nearly every organ in

  • your body.

  • d) Smoking cigarettes is only harmful to people who have

  • smoked for a long time.

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Multiple choice 300 answer
Multiple Choice:300 Answer

What is “Smoking cigarettes can damage nearly every organ in your body”?

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Multiple choice 400 question
Multiple Choice:400 Question

Half the effects of nicotine are gone in

___________.

a) 35 minutes

b) 40 minutes

c) 60 minutes

d) 90 minutes

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Multiple choice 400 answer
Multiple Choice:400 Answer

What is “40 minutes”?

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Multiple choice 500 question
Multiple Choice:500 Question

Without nicotine, a smoker can

feel___________.

a) cold and sad

b) energetic and thirsty

c) irritable and depressed

d) happy and alert

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Choices consequences 500 answer
Choices & Consequences:500 Answer

What is “irritable and depressed”?

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Fill in the blanks 100 question
Fill in the Blanks:100 Question

Three health consequences of tobacco use are ___________, _____________, and __________.

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Fill in the blanks 100 answer
Fill in the Blanks: 100 Answer

  • What are:

  • (Any three of the following would be correct.)

    • Strokes

    • Cataracts (which can cause blindness)

    • Emphysema

    • Gum disease

    • Pneumonia

    • Bronchitis

    • Chronic coughing

    • Wheezing

    • Heart disease

  • Phlegm production

  • Bleeding gums

  • Mouth sores

  • Shortness of breath

  • Hardening of the arteries

  • Increased risk of infection

  • Damaged immune system

  • Cancer

  • Being less physically fit

  • Impaired lung growth

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Fill in the blanks 200 question
Fill in the Blanks: 200 Question

Double Your Points! Earn 400!

Three nicotine withdrawal symptoms are ____________, _____________, and ___________.

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Fill in the blanks 200 answer
Fill in the Blanks: 200 Answer

What are:

(Any three of the following would be correct.)

Irritability

Craving

Cognitive and attentional deficits

Sleep disturbances

Increased appetite

Depression

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Fill in the blanks 300 question
Fill in the Blanks: 300 Question

The difference between peer pressure and peer influence is ___________.

An example of peer pressure is _____________.

An example of peer influence is _____________.

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Fill in the blanks 300 answer
Fill in the Blanks: 300 Answer

  • What are:

  • Answers will vary, but should reflect the following concepts:

    • Peer pressure is obvious, or overt pressure from friends, and tends to involve teasing, taunting, challenging, encouraging others, or giving someone attitude. Peers pressure friends with words and actions to do something they don’t want to do—it can be positive or negative.

  • Peer influence is less obvious. It’s an internal pressure people put on themselves to do something they don’t want to do because they think it will help them be accepted, maintain friendships, or fit in. Peers don’t actually say or do anything to encourage the friend.

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Fill in the blanks 400 question
Fill in the Blanks: 400 Question

When making a decision, three things to consider include ___________, ___________, and _________.

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Fill in the blanks 400 answer
Fill in the Blanks: 400 Answer

What are:

(Any three of the following would be correct.)

Situation: Why do you need to make a decision?

Goals: What do you want to happen?

Choices: What are your options or the alternatives?

Consequences: What could happen?

Decision: What will you do?

Think About It: Did you make the right decision?

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Fill in the blanks 500 question
Fill in the Blanks: 500 Question

You want to be tobacco free. What are three ways you could say “no” to a friend who offers you a cigarette or smokeless tobacco?

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Fill in the blanks 500 answer
Fill in the Blanks: 500 Answer

What are:

Say “no” and suggest something else.

Say “no” and talk about the consequences.

Say “no” and give a reason or explain why you said “no.”

Say “no” and reverse the pressure.

Say “no” and change the subject.

Say “no” and add some humor.

Say “no” and walk away.

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Final question
Final Question

List three types of cancer caused by smoking.

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Final answer
Final Answer

What are:

(Any three of the following would be correct.)

pharynx (mouth and throat), larynx (voice box), esophagus, lungs, stomach, pancreas, kidney, bladderpharynx (mouth and throat), larynx (voice box), esophagus, lung, stomach, pancreas, kidney, bladder

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