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Treat Your Body Right


  1. True   False     Smoking or chewing tobacco makes you cool.
  2. True   False     Smoking can cause lung cancer and heart disease.
  3. True   False     Athletes who smoke always play as long and as hard as athletes who don't.
  4. True   False     Smoking will not affect your eyes at all.
  5. True   False     Smoking stains teeth and fingers.
  6. True   False     Chewing tobacco is OK because it doesn't get into your body's organs.
  7. True   False     Alcohol doesn't slow down the brain and body.
  8. True   False     Alcohol can make a person see double.
  9. True   False     Alcohol can make you do bad things you would never do when sober.
  10. True   False     Drunk drivers kill thousands of people each year.
  11. True   False     All drugs, even prescription drugs, are dangerous.
  12. True   False     It's OK to take someone else's medicine if you're sure you have the same illness.
  13. True   False     Sniffing glue is OK to do once in a while.
  14. True   False     Toxins from certain sniffing substances can affect the liver, kidneys and muscles.
  15. True   False     Marijuana is OK in small amounts, but cocaine, heroin, and LSD are not.
  16. True   False     A cheeseburger, fries and pop for every lunch is a balanced diet.
  17. True   False     There are five food groups.
  18. True   False     You should have 2 or more servings from each food group every day.
  19. True   False     Your body needs vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates, fat and protein.

 

Alcohol, Tobacco, and Drugs

Identify the symptoms and/or effects of abuse for Alcohol (A), Tobacco (T) or Drugs (D).
  1. ___ Shortened memory
  2. ___ Slows down the brain
  3. ___ Causes lung cancer
  4. ___ Loss of motivation
  5. ___ Slows down the body
  6. ___ Causes heart disease
  7. ___ Less will power
  8. ___ Makes people see double
  9. ___ Can't breathe deeply
  10. ___ Tendency to drop out of sports, school, family
  11. ___ Can damage the liver
  12. ___ Irritates eyes, making them red and sore
  13. ___ Lack of concentration
  14. ___ Can make people do things they wouldn't consider when they're sober
  15. ___ Stains teeth and fingers
  16. ___ Causes poor judgement

 

Good Health Habits

Circle the correct answer(s).
  1. Bathe/shower (every/day OR 1/week) and especially after exercise.
  2. Wash your hair (1/month OR 2+ times/week).
  3. Wash hands (before eating OR after using the restroom) and when they're dirty.
  4. Eat right - (3 OR 4 OR 6) regular meals each day at regular times!
  5. Eat (just some OR a variety of) food from each of the 4 food groups.
  6. The average 10 year old should get (6 OR 9 OR 12) hours of sleep each night.

 

Clean & Strong


  1. True   False     Our bodies "repair" themselves while we sleep.
  2. True   False     Clean clothes aren't necessary after a bath or shower - they are just in the morning.
  3. True   False     Use proper lighting for all activities including reading, TV viewing, and playing
  4. True   False     Fitness is never just physical - it involves both the mind and body together.
  5. True   False     Stand tall, and walk tall with shoulders back and stomach in.
  6. True   False     It's OK to share drinking cups, washcloths and towels..
  7. True   False     Different foods provide different nutrients, and no one food can sustain us.
  8. True   False     Rushing meals or skipping meals can be harmful to your body.

 

Basic Food Groups

Match each food to the appropriate food group.
 
DAIRYPROTEINGRAINSFRUIT/VEGS
 
 
 
banana
egg
cereal
yogurt
potatoes
porkchop
apple
butter
pasta
milk
cheese
hotdogs
corn
bread
oatmeal
melon
nuts
crackers
ice cream
steak

 
 

Food Search

The puzzle below contains food item words.
When you find a hidden word, circle it and cross it off the list.
Challenge: Circle the words that are nutritious in blue.
Circle the words that are not nutritious in red.
APPLEBANANACAKECANDY
CHEESECOOKIESCRACKERSFRENCH FRIES
FRUITMILKNUTSORANGE
PICKLESPIEPOTATO CHIPSPRETZELS
RAISINSSALTSODAWATER

P B C T O R W U A X D S A X F
I O R A N G E P Q V E S G K O
C P T T X Z A I F K M L N U I
K A E A P P L E G J N P R V Z
L B E H T K N Q T W A D G J M
E N H C O O K I E S N K O P Q
S R U V X Z C Y B C U F H K L
M F N P Q R V H W A T E R S W
F R E N C H F R I E S T A Z X
C U F H C I K M O P Q S I T U
V I X P R E T Z E L S Y S Z A
D T H C A N D Y K S L O I P Q
T V Z S C A K E B A N A N A E
P M I L K B I L O L W S S W E
S T C H E E S E E T R L I V O
U E P R R S U O D B W H W U O
W O N B S O D A T V W X P Q R

 
 
 
 
 
 

How Much Do You Know About Drugs?

Fill in the blanks or circle the letter beside the best answer or the most appropriate response.
  1. Drugs are chemical substances that cause
    1. Growth of vital organs
    2. Changes in the human body
    3. Elevations in temperature
    4. Decreases in blood pressure
  2. Almost all drugs work by altering the _______ of cell activities
    1. Number
    2. Shape
    3. Size
    4. Speed
  3. Which of the following is not a source of naturally occurring drugs?
    1. Animals
    2. Laboratories
    3. Minerals
    4. Plants
  4. In the United States, what government agency must approve every new drug before it can be sold?
    1. American Medical Association (AMA)
    2. Federal Trade Commission (FTC)
    3. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
    4. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
  5. Drugs that can be sold lawfully with out a prescription are called
    1. Hallucinogenic drugs
    2. Illegal drugs
    3. Over-the-counter drugs
    4. Prescription drugs
  6. Draw a line from each group of drugs to the primary effect these drugs have on the human body.
    1. Analgesics
    2. Anesthetics
    3. Barbiturates
    4. Depressants
    5. Stimulants
    1. Slow down the activity of the central nervous system.
    2. Speed up the activity of the central nervous system
    3. Make a patient feel relaxed and fall asleep more easily.
    4. Relieve pain without deadening other senses
    5. Produce loss of feeling and sometimes loss of consciousness.
  7. Which drug is found in chocolate, coffee, cola drinks, and tee?
    1. Alcohol
    2. Caffeine
    3. Cocaine
    4. Nicotine
  8. Which drug is a factor in at least half of all fatal traffic accidents?
    1. Alcohol
    2. Amphetamines
    3. Caffeine
    4. Nicotine


 
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