Effects of Alcohol
Alcohol may make a driver over _ and unable to think
_. Drinking even in small amounts
_ a drivers chances of having an _.
Motorists who drink may make more _.
Driving under the influence (DUI) means a
Drivers Manual- Review Questions- CHAPTER ONE pages- 5-25
NJ Drivers License System
To drive a vehicle on the NJ roadways you must carry your
If your home address is NJ, you must have an NJ License. Motorists who move to NJ and possess a valid ou
Caused by bacteria
Can be _ with medication.
Caused by a virus
_ be cured!
Can be treated with medication to lessen effects.
Who Can Get STDs?
ANYONE CAN GET AN STD!
How you get STDs
_ oral, vaginal, or anal int
Aging, Death and Dying Health Notes
Aging: What are your expectations? Your views on aging can affect the way we live in our later years.
Inside our body organs start to age as well. Cells have different aging patterns and life spans. Some
blood cells onl
Human Sexuality Content
A. Female Reproductive System
1. Puberty- a stage of growth and development when the female is capable of
2. Estrogen- female hormone, around 8 yrs. Old; FSH travels through the
bloodstream to the ovaries, caus
Contraception is any method of preventing conception. The term birth control is often
used to mean the same thing.
Abstinence is the only sure way of preventing conception, as well as transmitting any
Other methods include: oral contra
STD Symptom Chart
Chlamydia is a very dangerous STD.
*Symptoms often unnoticeable. 75% of
infected women and 50% of men have
no symptoms at all. If symptoms are
present they can be: discharge from the
penis or vagina and b
Bulimia nervosa is characterized by recurrent and frequent episodes of eating unusually large amounts of
food (e.g., binge-eating), and feeling a lack of control over the eating. This binge-eating is followed by a type
of behavior that comp
1. What are the purpose of road signs and signals?
2. What are the order of lights on a traffic signal from top to bottom?
3. When approaching a stale yellow light, what should you do?
4. How do you treat a flashing yellow
STD/STI Study Guide
STDs/STIs are classified into two groups. What are they?
List the STDs/STIs that fall into each group.
List the different ways that STDs/STIs can be transmitted.
What are the symptoms of Chlamydia?
What are the symptoms of Gonorrhea?