HLTH 252 Quiz 4

  1. The 2006 revised PATRIOT Act required that products containing ________ be kept “behind the counter,” and buyers must show identification and sign for their purchase.
  2. Which of the following ingredients is used for cold and sinus remedies?
  3. Suppose you have a cold and you choose to take Tylenol Cold to treat your symptoms (runny nose, congested nasal passages, and fever). Which of these ingredients in this OTC product is unnecessary?
  4. Aspirin has analgesic and ________ actions.
  5. Cold viruses are usually transmitted:
  6. The generic name for Tylenol and Datril is:
  7. Which of the following acronyms is used by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to mean that, given the currently available information, people who are informed and qualified would agree that an ingredient should be considered harmless?
  8. What dietary supplement ingredient has been tested for its ability to improve memory in Alzheimer’s disease, but has produced only small and unreliable improvements in published research?
  9. Acetylsalicylic acid was developed in the Bayer laboratory in Germany in 1898 and sold under the brand name:
  10. Which of the following statements is true of the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA) of 1994?
  11. Which of the following acts established a classification of drugs that would be available only by prescription?
  12. Which of the following compounds is a naturally occurring substance and acts as a “methyl donor” in a variety of biochemical pathways?
  13. There has been some reported abuse by young people of products containing ________, which they take in high doses to produce visual and auditory hallucinations.
  14. Starting in 2007, the only FDA-approved OTC weight-control ingredient is:
  15. Jeffery is a national-level baseball player. He undergoes seven weeks of spring training and plays more than 150 games in 6 months in a year. This takes a toll on his energy level, and he starts using a performance-enhancing drug to increase alertness and to improve focus and attention. Which of the following drugs does Jeffery most likely use?
  16. Clenbuterol was first detected in Olympic athletes in 1992. Originally developed as a bronchodilator for treating asthma, this drug is:
  17. One ingredient in dietary supplements was banned by the FDA in 2004 after a Major League Baseball pitcher died from heat stroke after using it. The ingredient was:
  18. An ideal body fat range for a healthy male is:
  19. It has been difficult to do double-blind, placebo-controlled studies on the effects of steroids because:
  20. Which of these was not one of the three reasons given for why we focus so much attention on drug use by athletes?
  21. After the National Football League (NFL) banned the distribution of amphetamines in 1971, _
  22. which is released from the pituitary gland, can potentially increase the height and weight of an individual to gigantic proportions, especially if administered during childhood and adolescence.
  23. One widely-used legal dietary supplement that has been shown to increase strength is:
  24. Which of these was not mentioned as one of the psychological side effects of high doses of steroids?
  25. In the 1800s, the French cycling team endorsed Mariani’s “wine for athletes” that contained:
  26. During and after World War II, it was found that malnourished people could gain weight more rapidly if they were treated with:
  27. Which of the following nutritional ergogenic aids is the natural building block of the protein required to build muscle and requires a basic minimum intake?
  28. It is common for athletes to take more than one steroid at a time (both an oral and an injectable form, for example). This practice is known as:
  29. The advertisement campaign “Above the Influence” targets which age group?
  30. Which of these is not one of the Institute of Medicine’s classifications for prevention programs?
  31. Tertiary prevention programs are aimed at:
  32. The DARE program stands for:
  33. One study of the Life Skills Training program found significantly lower use of:
  34. In the context of affective education, ________ is defined as an approach that involves teaching students to recognize and express their own feelings and beliefs.
  35. The social influence model grew out of a 1976 paper describing a successful prevention approach aimed at:
  36. One of SAMHSA’s model community prevention programs:
  37. Out-of-school peer programs include peer influence approaches, as well as:
  38. Beginning in 1986, the federal government launched a massive campaign based on anti- drug policies, locker searches, etc., to promote:
  39. Project ALERT and Life Skills Training were included as examples of:
  40. According to the classification of prevention programs by the Institute of Medicine,
  41. ________ are targeted at individuals who show signs of developing problems, such as a child who began smoking cigarettes at a young age or an adult arrested for a first offense of driving under the influence of alcohol.
  42. Which of these is not one of the successful components included in the social influence model?
  43. According to the classification of prevention programs by the Institute of Medicine, ________ are designed for delivery to an entire population—for example, all schoolchildren or an entire community.
  44. Richard’s friend, Tony, explains to him that the sale, acquisition, use, and possession of marijuana is lawful for adults. In this scenario, Tony is talking about
  45. ________ are the single most common cause of arrests in the United States.
  46. Which of the following statements is true about drug decriminalization?
  47. Current federal policies regulating alcohol and tobacco are examples of ________.
  48. ________ is the most prevalent current form of drug policy in the United States.
  49. Under ________, the acquisition, use, and possession of drugs can be punished by a citation much like for traffic violations, for example, with fines or warnings.
  50. Each year, more than 80 percent of arrests in the United States for drug offenses involve
  51. Rose, a teacher, explains to her students that the sale, acquisition, use, and possession of cannabis is banned in their state. In this scenario, Rose is talking about _
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