Health, 02.08.2019 03:00, cmob13
1. excessive drinking of alcohol can cause many types of disease. (5 points) true false 2. children of parents with heart disease are more likely to develop it themselves. (5 points) true false 3. alcohol can contribute to (5 points) a. cancer. b. irregular heartbeats. c. obesity. d. suicide. e. all of the above 4. which of the following is considered a "good" cholesterol? (5 points) ldl hdl triglycerides 5. exercise can control blood cholesterol, diabetes, and obesity, as well as lower blood pressure in some people. (5 points) true false 6. smokers' risk of heart attack is times the risk of nonsmokers. (5 points) two to four four to six six to eight eight to ten 7. secondhand smoke from other smokers increases your risk of heart disease. (5 points) true false 8. which of the following risk factors is uncontrollable? (5 points) a. smoking b. obesity c. high blood cholesterol d. race e. none of these 9. which of the following risk factors is controllable? (5 points) a. stress b. alcohol intake c. diabetes mellitus d. high blood cholesterol e. all of these 10. people under stress may overeat, start smoking, or smoke and drink more than they otherwise would. (5 points) true false 11. mary has been running three days a week, lifting weights twice a week, and swimming laps once a week at her local health club for the past five years. mary is now pregnant and her doctor has advised her to ease up on existing exercise and reduce the impact of exercise during pregnancy. to allow for her new lifestyle, mary should make the following changes in her wellness plan. a cease all exercising while she is pregnant. b continue on the same plan. c keep swimming, but try walking instead of running, and do water aerobics instead of weight lifting. d switch to yoga and lamaze classes as her forms of exercise.