"Faithful are the wounds of a frined; but the kisses of an enemy are deceitful" is found in ___.
The correct ratio of alternating chest compressions to breaths in CPR is ___.
30 compressions, 2 breaths
What are some potential sources of carbon monoxide poisoning?
car, charcoal grill, kerosene space heater
Cirrhosis of the liver is commonly caused by ___.
What nutrient helps clean the intestinal tract?
Before giving CPR to an unconsious victim, how would you open the victim's airway?
What is food energy measured in?
What is the most important meal of the day?
What insect is known for carrying Lyme disease?
Name four ways mentioned in the text to get to know members of the opposite sex.
What type of exercise gives the heart a workout?
What is the condition that occurs when feelings of pressure and tension affect the way a person feels physically, or when physical feelings after emotions?
A burn should be wrapped in a(n) ___, steril dressing.
The abbreviation CPR stands for ___.
A broken bone that does not penetrate the skin is called a(n) ___ fracture.
A very fast pulse, shallow breathing, clammy skin, paleness, confusion, and extreme weakness are all signs of ___.
The most severe type of burn mentioned in the text is a(n) ___-degree burn.
They type of cancer most associated with smoking is ___ cancer.
To obe with a good attitude is to ___.
The place your influence is felt the most is at ___.
The first part of the brain to be affected by alcohol is the part that controls a person's ___.
All victims of serious burns should be treated for ___ as well as for the burns.
You should exercise ___ days a week for 20-30 minutes a day.
3 or 4
category of drugs that distor objects and sounds, giving their users a sense of unreality
category of drugs that relieve pain and may produce stupor and temporary feelings of well-being
category of drugs that speed up the activity of the central nervous system
most potent psychedelic drug
chemical solvents that can cause brain damage, liver failure, blindness, or heart failure if abused
most commonly abused illegal drug in the United States
derivative of opium that is widely used for medical purposes in the United States, but is highly addictive if abused