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__________ is a feeling of anticipated distress, danger, or hurt. A. Anger B. Guilt C. Fear D. Sadness


I believe the best option for you to pick from will be fear.

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The BEST way to correct a poor decision is to __________. A. stop, blame, and react B. yell, apologize, and move on C. stop, think, and go D. pause, ignore, and talk

I think the correct answer from the choices listed above is option C. The best way to correct a poor decision is to stop, think, and go. You should pause for a while and reflect on that decision what made it wrong and how can you improve the outcome. After, you can proceed and make sure that you won't do the same mistake again.

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Fat is used as ___________ storage in the body.

The answer is food www.youtube.com/MultiHAnkLee

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The BEST way to correct a poor decision is to __________. A. stop, blame, and react B. yell, apologize, and move on C. stop, think, and go D. pause, ignore, and talk

C.

Stop and think about what it is you should do and proceed forward from there. 

You cannot fix a bad decision by yelling, overreacting and/or not thinking about the consequences. 

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Where no specific standards apply to a workplace situation, employers must follow the ____________. a. 1910 clause b. general duty clause c.osha law d. redulation 1926

The correct answer is :

a. OSHA Law

The OSH Act designed the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), which establishes and implements protecting workplace protection and health standards. OSHA also presents information, training, and compensation to employers and workers. OSHA requires employers to implement a workplace that is free of serious recognized hazards and in agreement with OSHA Standards. Specifically, you have the right to: Get instruction from your employer as wanted by OSHA standards.

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The introduction of therapeutic drugs and community-based treatment programs in the ___________ helped to empty large mental hospitals as well as mark an era of improved treatments.

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The introduction of therapeutic drugs and community-based treatment programs in the 1950s helped to empty large mental hospitals as well as mark an era of improved treatments.

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The most important aspect of successful psychotherapy is the __________ between client and therapist.

The most important aspect of successful psychotherapy is the therapeutic alliance  between client and therapist.

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If a patient is unable to make decisions by reason of age or incapacity, a _______________ decision-maker may substitute his or her judgment on behalf of the patient.

I think the correct term to fill in the blank would be patient appointed. If a patient is unable to make decisions by reason of age or incapacity, a patient appointed decision-maker may substitute his or her judgment on behalf of the patient. Hope this answers the question. Have a nice day.

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Which type of burn is BEST described in the text below? Max loss of skin Reduced feeling Almost whitish Please select the best answer from the choices provided. A. first-degree burn B. second-degree burn C. third-degree burn D. fourth-degree burn

C. Third-degree burn would be the right answer!

Third Degree burns, or full thickness burns, come with exposure to a heat source of more than a few seconds. The symptoms would then be:

•Max loss of skin

•Reduced feeling

•Almost whitish


A. First-degree burn would be wrong

The least severe burns are those that affect only the outermost layers of the skin (epidermis). After the initial shock, a first degree burn is the equivalent of a minor sunburn. Common symptoms of this would be:

•Reddish skin

•White border

•Some pain


B. Second-degree burn would also be wrong

The skin layer beneath the epidermis is called the “dermis.” It is the area that produces what eventually becomes the epidermis. When the dermis is burned – even slightly – it becomes a second degree (or partial thickness) burn.Once healed, scarring is a possibility. Symptoms of this may be:

•Blisters

•Scarring

•More pain


D. Fourth-degree burns would be wrong

These extend completely through the epidermis and dermis to underlying muscle and nerve endings and, as such, are extremely serious. When a victim experiences these types of burns, there may not be as much initial pain as that seen in third degree burns. This is attributed to the fact that the patient is likely in shock and damage is often done to nerve endings in the affected area as well as sweat glands, muscle tissue, hair follicles, and even bone.

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If you have high arches, __________. A. your feet roll inward when running B. you require shoes with more stability C. you need shoes with more cushioning and flexibility D. you should not wear running shoes

The best and most correct answer among the choices provided by your question is the third choice or letter C.

If you have high arches, you need shoes with more cushioning and flexibility.

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Which of the following statements is true about blood alcohol concentrate (BAC)? a. The positive buzz from alcohol doesn't usually occur below a .06 BAC. b. Increased drinking above a .06 BAC can result in fatigue, slower breathing, reduced coordination, and a general "down feeling". c. A BAC above a .10 has many side effects, but it also increases the stimulant effect of alcohol. d. BAC can be significantly reduced by vigorous exercise.

The best and most correct answer among the choices provided by your question is the second choice or letter B.

The statement "Increased drinking above a .06 BAC can result in fatigue, slower breathing, reduced coordination, and a general "down feeling". is TRUE about  blood alcohol concentrate (BAC).

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Please help. Thank you so much. The Cindy Scenario: Cindy had sex with her partner. She thought that she was safe if she did not have intercourse. But, here she was wrong. Now she has discharge and pain when she pees. When she went to the doctor, they were glad to hear that she was not bleeding between periods. They tested her urine and found the infection. Fortunately, they gave her medication. They told her that she needed to take all of it and return in three months to make sure there is not a repeat infection. Unfortunately repeat infections are a common occurrence. She took the treatment seriously because she knew that an untreated infection could lead to abdominal pain, PID, inability to get pregnant or an ectopic pregnancy. The doctor diagnosed her with ___________ The Sandra Scenario: Sandra didn’t think anything of it. She didn’t have any symptoms. Then, her husband got a blemish on his face. He thought it was just an in-grown hair after shaving until he started to get a rash. The rash didn’t itch, but, strangely, it was on the palms of his hands. When he got tested, his doctor indicated that he must take antibiotics, even if it does not rid him of damage that was already done to his body by the STD. Furthermore, the doctor insisted in that Sandra get tested, since she could have it without even knowing it and that would put their unborn baby at risk of being low birth weight, early or stillborn. Sandra was at risk of having _________________ Henry Scenario: Henry was monogamous but his partner was not. He did not know he was sick for a long time. Then, he got sick. He thought it was the flu but it kept coming and going. He started catching every “bug” around him. He didn’t think to get tested until he went to a doctor to treat his swollen glands. When he saw the test results, he was met with a rude awakening. He had an incurable disease. He had ________________

Sexually Transmitted Diseases

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The right to____________ means the consumer will be protected from false and misleading advertising.

 the right to protect consumers from false, misleading and deceptive acts or practices. Provide efficient and economical procedures to secure such protection

protect

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Which of the following statements is true about BAC? a. The positive buzz from alcohol doesn't usually occur below a .06 BAC. b. Increased drinking above a .06 BAC can result in fatigue, slower breathing, reduced coordination, and a general "down feeling". c. A BAC above a .10 has many side effects, but it also increases the stimulant effect of alcohol. d. BAC can be significantly reduced by vigorous exercise.

The correct answer should be b. Increased drinking above a .06 BAC can result in fatigue, slower breathing, reduced coordination, and a general "down feeling".

What is being described is basically being drunk. If you become drunk your body goes into a down phase and coordination becomes bad, which is why drunk people should absolutely never drive.

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You are more likely to have good mental and emotional health __________. A. if you are younger than 50 B. if you're never by yourself C. if you have a strong support system D. if you have a high-paying job

You are more likely to have good mental and emotional health C. if you have a strong support system.
Although having a high-paying job may be cool, it may also be quite stressful on your health. A is incorrect because there are many older people who have great mental and emotional health. B is just stupid.

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Antibiotics are the treatment of choice for __________. A. strep throat and bacterial pneumonia B. the common cold and influenza C. meningitis and the common cold D. influenza and strep throat

Antibiotics are the treatment of choice for A. step throat and bacterial pneumonia.
Antibiotics are not useful on viruses, but rather only on bacteria. B, C, and D are viruses, and A does not contain any viruses, only bacteria, which is why A is correct.

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Does anyone have a Physical Education Class? Im stuck on Unit 3 Lesson 1 Golf Skills Lesson 2 Golf Rules and Scoring Can anyone help me? What does it mean when a golfer addresses the ball? they introduce them self they prepare for contact with it they hit the ball into the hole they hit the ball of the course What is it called, when a golfer makes contact with the ball, and they continue with the swing? forward momentum continued contact terminal velocity follow through Which of the following is designed to hit the ball the furthest distance? Putter 9 iron Driver Pitching Wedge What happens if a golfer accidentally makes contact when addressing the ball? they are assessed a stroke everyone applauds they loose a turn they score a stroke The strength of the golfer, the form of the golfer, the wind, and the ______________ affect the distance the golf ball will travel. age of the golfer temperature course conditions height of the golfer When a player steps into their back swing, where should the weight of their bod be placed? left hip right hip back foot front foot The _____________ is something that should be tested according to the comfort level of the golfer. grip putting green sand trap Tee

ANSWER 1) Option B) they prepare for contact with it

EXPLANATION: A golfer prepares for contact after he has addressed the ball. A player addressing the ball means that he has just grounded his club immediately in front of or behind the ball irrespective of the fact that he has taken stance or not.

ANSWER 2) Option D) Follow through

EXPLANATION: When a golfer makes contact with the ball, and they continue with the swing is called as Follow through. In this position, the golfer should be facing at the target. It is a stroke made by the golfer to hit the ball in a swing.

ANSWER 3) Option C) Driver

EXPLANATION: Drivers are designed to hit the ball to furthest distance. The driver in the golf is one of the standard golf clubs which is carried by most of the golfers and it is designed to hit the ball to the farthest out of all of them.

ANSWER 4) Option A) They are assessed a stroke

EXPLANATION : When a golfer accidentally makes contact when addressing the ball they are assessed a stroke. This is a penalty which is imposed on the golfer according to the rules of the game. There are several other instances where the ball can move, these situations have different rule and penalties depending upon how the ball is moved and who moved it. An image is attached with the answer for better explanation in different situations.

ANSWER 5) Option C) Course conditions

EXPLANATION : The strength of the golfer, the form of the golfer, the wind, and the course conditions affect the distance the golf ball will travel. Many factors influence the distance of the golf ball that will travel after being hit.

ANSWER 6) Option C) Back foot

EXPLANATION : For a good golf swing, a good balance in necessary. While making a back swing, the balance should move to the back foot. This creates a proper and balanced turn. Many amateurs fail to move their weight backwards which is why they make a weak move.

ANSWER 7) Option A) Grip

EXPLANATION: Grip is very important for a golfer and it should be chosen according to the comfort level of the player. There are several steps to choose a right grip for the player. These include Grip Size, Grip Material, Surface Texture, Grip Firmness and Weather Conditions.

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Question 37 Which of the following is NOT a risk factor for drug use? Answer being male not graduating from high school having a high-risk personality being an independent thinker Question 45 Alcohol may positively affect the cardiovascular system by Answer reducing the risk of clot formation. lowering blood pressure. relaxing cardiac muscle tone. stimulating cardiac muscle. Question 54 Someone who, perhaps unknowingly, allows another to continue excessive use of alcohol is called a(n) Answer facilitator. enabler. reinforcer. predisposer. Question 56 Marijuana use during pregnancy may cause Answer impaired fetal growth and development. increased risk of leukemia in the infant. cleft palate. congenital defects of the genitourinary tract. Question 57 Caffeine use Answer counters fatigue. decreases gastric secretion. induces sleep. decreases blood pressure. Question 58 According to the text, the best solution to drug abuse is Answer prevention. more available drug treatment programs. legalization of drugs. more frequent drug testing in schools and the workplace. Question 59 Which of the following behaviors is NOT characteristic of drug dependency? Answer having no desire to regulate substance use taking larger amounts of a substance changing one's lifestyle to accommodate drug use continuing to use the substance in spite of recognition that its use is a problem Question 60 Binge drinking for men is defined as drinking _____ drinks or more in a row. Answer 3 4 5 6 Question 61 Narcotics is another term for Answer opioids. psychedelics. stimulants. deliriants. Question 62 Hallucinogens are a group of drugs that alter the users perceptions, feelings and thoughts. Answer TRUE FALSE Question 63 Giving up tobacco provides immediate health benefits to men and women of all ages. Answer TRUE FALSE

37.a
45.d
54.b
56.a
57.a
58.a
59.a
60.c
61.a
62.true
63.true
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The relationship between the season in which people are born and their subsequent risk of schizophrenia best highlights the role of ____________ in this disorder.

Sunlight.  Enzyme Deficiencies dependent on the amount of Sunlight for production.  

Less Sunlight during Winter/Spring -->Increased chance of Enzyme deficiencies (Vit. D deficits)--> changes to important neurological structures during growth.

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Rapid cooling of leftover foods through the danger zone is necessary for food safety. why is it important to cool foods rapidly?

Cooling cooked foods properly is a critical defense in preventing food borne illness in your establishment.

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