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Chronic Illness Quiz. 1. At present, Alzheimer's disease cannot be a.treated. b.cured. c.either treated or cured. d.diagnosed.

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1 Chronic Illness Quiz

2 1. At present, Alzheimer's disease cannot be a.treated. b.cured. c.either treated or cured. d.diagnosed.

3 2. The lifestyle changes that are necessary to manage diabetes are essentially a problem of a.compliance. b.stress management. c.weight control. d.exercise.

4 3. A chronic intermittent disorder that causes constriction of the bronchial tubes, thus preventing air from passing freely is a.asthma. b.chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. c.influenza. d.pneumonia

5 4. Donna has been experiencing night sweats, swollen lymph nodes, fever, loss of appetite, persistent diarrhea, a painful skin rash, and white spots in her mouth. She is currently in a monogamous relationship with her boyfriend whom she has known for six months. As her friend, you should tell her a.that women in monogamous sexual relationships do not contact the HIV virus. b.to get bed rest until her symptoms disappear. c.to get tested for HIV infection. d.that she is probably in the first stage of HIV infection.

6 5. Heterosexual sex is more likely to a.spread HIV infection than sharing needles. b.lead to HIV infection in women than in men. c.lead to HIV infection in men than in women. d.spread HIV infection than homosexual sex.

7 Hand in your Scan-tron sheets

8 Answers:

9 1. At present, Alzheimer's disease cannot be a.treated. b.cured. c.either treated or cured. d.diagnosed.

10 2. The lifestyle changes that are necessary to manage diabetes are essentially a problem of a.compliance. b.stress management. c.weight control. d.exercise.

11 3. A chronic intermittent disorder that causes constriction of the bronchial tubes, thus preventing air from passing freely is a.asthma. b.chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. c.influenza. d.pneumonia

12 4. Donna has been experiencing night sweats, swollen lymph nodes, fever, loss of appetite, persistent diarrhea, a painful skin rash, and white spots in her mouth. She is currently in a monogamous relationship with her boyfriend whom she has known for six months. As her friend, you should tell her a.that women in monogamous sexual relationships do not contact the HIV virus. b.to get bed rest until her symptoms disappear. c.to get tested for HIV infection. d.that she is probably in the first stage of HIV infection.

13 5. Heterosexual sex is more likely to a.spread HIV infection than sharing needles. b.lead to HIV infection in women than in men. c.lead to HIV infection in men than in women. d.spread HIV infection than homosexual sex.


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