Which of the following is NOT included in the first trimester? A.Heart begins beating B.Arm and leg buds appear C.Umbilical cord develops D.Eyes and brain complete formation
The first trimester begins on the first day of the last period and lasts until the end of week 12. During this trimester, the baby grows faster than at any other time. By six weeks, a heartbeat can usually be heard and by the end of week 12 the baby's bones, muscles and all the organs of the body have formed. The following is NOT included in the first trimester: Eyes and brain complete formation. Correct answer: D
Your friend wants your advice about his new transformation fitness plan. He has found a plan that sounds promising to him, but he wants to know what you think before he gets started. The plan is backed by several celebrities. It requires people to buy expensive, pre-packaged, microwavable food and supplements and some workout equipment. Their website promises people can lose up to 30 pounds with minimal exercise. What should you tell your friend? A.This is a good plan, but he should find a coupon online to reduce the cost. B. There is not enough information to determine whether this plan is good or not. C.This is not a good plan because the best bet is always healthy eating and regular exercise. D.This is not a good plan unless he is going to add a 100% fruit juice with his breakfast.
C.) This is not a good plan because the best bet is always healthy eating and regular exercise.
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The best dynamic stretch for Melanie, who is warming up before soccer practice are leg swings. Correct answer: C
Leg swings includes standing in place and kicking one leg forward and back in a pendulum-like motion for several seconds. This type of exercise is one of the best stretches for soccer.
Imagine you somehow developed a chronic disease. How would you gather information that would help you cure your illness? How could you tell if the information you had gathered was accurate and credible?
Then, I would check with the societies/organizations that were dedicated to this particular disease, but I would double check who started the organization, too. I know of one where the website support site for a disease was started by the pharmaceutical company that made drugs for it, so all the advice was to take their drugs.
13. A substance that slows down reaction time, impairs vision, and diminishes judgment is a dependence. cirrhosis. depressant. stimulant. 14. A strong, sometimes fatal reaction to taking a large amount of a drug is a/an overdose. addiction. illegal drug. substance abuse. 16. What is one way to care for your respiratory system? Wear protective gear during physical activity. Eat a diet high in fiber. Practice good posture. Wash your hands regularly.
14. is overdose
16. is is i think Eat a diet high in fiber or D
Which is NOT a process in the second trimester?
The baby uses all five senses.
Hair, eyebrows, and eyelashes develop.
Finger and toenails grow.
The baby has a regular sleep cycle.
Your brother and you waited in the doctor's office for his appointment because he was not feeling well. While sitting in the waiting room, you watched your brother complete the medical questionnaire to be given to the new doctor. Review the form and then determine the best course of action.
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Which of the following factors influence a person's social health? A.environmental conditions B.bodily illness C.chemical imbalances in the brain D.serious head injuries E.all of the above Chemical imbalances in the brain can influence a person's social health.
all of the above is the answer
Answer to your question is: False! ^^
What exercise phase begins when you first start exercising?
In all of the years that she had been a resident in the hospital, helen had never made her bed or straightened her room. a new psychologist on the floor surprised her with instructions to do so before they met for the morning session. he would inspect the rooms and give commissary bucks to patients who completed the task on time. the psychologist is using
Harry has always been a vital and active individual, but recently he has begun having difficulty remembering newly learned information after brief periods of time. what disorder are his symptoms indicative of?
Which one of the following choices is most accurate in terms of cross training? A. It tones fewer muscle groups than most other exercises. B. It decreases the likelihood that you'll stick with your exercise program. C. It completely eliminates the risk of overuse injury. D. It better prepare muscles for new exercises
With that being said, the best answer choice is D. It better prepare muscles for new exercises
What does a job candidate’s reference do? (Health Science) A-Writes a formal letter about how he or she knows the candidate so the candidate will be able to take the letter to a job interview B-Responds to a call or an email from an employer seeking information about a possible job candidate C-Investigates a company for a job applicant D-Identifies job applicants for an employer and collects their résumés
Jana completed an informational interview with a preschool teacher in her area. She wants to write a thank-you letter. What should she remember to include in the letter? a plea for a job with the company a list of questions to discuss an inquiry about the best way to stay in contact a cover letter and résumé
Which is a TRUE statement about the female reproductive system at puberty? A. It begins to release eggs from the ovaries. B. It begins to release eggs from the fallopian tubes. C. It stops producing hormones. D. None of the above.
What is intensity? a. how hard a person plans to do an activity b. how easily a person is able to do an activity c. how hard a person works to do an activity d. how difficult it is for a person to complete an activity?
Intensity has to do with effort. If a person works hard than they are intense, if vise versa than they are not intense.
Fred is working in the garage and needs to power an extra light to work on a project that requires him to use many sharp tools. The only outlet that is not in use is above a work counter and some cabinets. Which of the following is the safest choice for Fred? A. unplugging the refrigerator that is using an outlet nearby, plugging in a power strip, and plugging the refrigerator and the light into the power strip B. using a strong ladder to reach the available outlet and plugging the cord straight into the wall, stretching it to where he needs it to be C. using the regular garage lighting without going through the effort to provide ample lighting D. using a strong ladder to reach the available outlet and plugging in an extension cord rated to power the light; then plugging the light into the extension cord, clearing all cords from walkways and work areas
What is phishing? unauthorized email featuring anonymous threats seemingly authorized email asking for sensitive information unauthorized email advertising services and events authorized email accidentally sent to the wrong address
Justin has limited range of motion in his legs but wants to compete on the obstacle course he and his friends created. What accommodation can be made to help him most fully participate? (3 points) Ask him to watch first so he learns how to negotiate the course Have him complete at his own speed but not for the win Suggest he do practice runs instead of competing Allow him to go around obstacles too difficult
Allow him to go around obstacles that are too difficult
Another is to prevent them hurting themselves. If you know that they are drug addicts or depressing, you can be different around them and encourage them to do good and positive things and prevent things such as suicide or anything similar.
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.
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
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