C101 - First Test (No Answers)

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You are logged in as Erik Stacy ( Logout ) You are here CCO / ► HSCIC101-70265 / ► Quizzes / ► Test #1 Achieving Wellness Chapters 1-4 / ► Attempt 1 Test #1 Achieving Wellness Chapters 1-4 JavaScript must be enabled to continue! Question 1 Marks: 3 Chanding health behaviors requires knowledge, planning, and social support. Answer: True False Question 2 Marks: 3 Health is not only the absence of desease but also is living in harmony with oneself, friends, and relatives, and the social and physical environments Answer: True False Question 3 Marks: 3 Health means being reponsible for preventing personal illness and injuries as well as knowing when to seek medical help. Answer: True False Question 4 Marks: 3 Healthy lifestyles and behaviors are responsible for over half of all deaths in the US each year. Answer: True False Question 5
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Marks: 3 The deminsions of wellness are emotional, intellectual, spiritual, occupational, social, and lazyness. Answer: True False Question 6 Marks: 3 Three models used to described health are medical, environmental, and holistic, or wellness. Answer: True False Question 7 Marks: 3 Healthy People 2000 is a set of national health objectives characterized by enhancing the quality of life. Answer: True False Question 8 Marks: 4 "The health of a people is really the foundation upon which all their happiness and all their powers as a stste depend." "You can observe a lot by watching." "The only way to keep your health is to eat what you don'e want, drink what you don't like, and do what you'd rather not." Question 9 Marks: 6
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