Tobacco Prevention

~ Exam ~

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This test has 12 questions.

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1. Most smokers who quit relapse within ___ week(s).

  a. 1

  b. 2

  c. 3

  d. 4

2. For many smokers, the 1st cigarette in the morning is the ___.

  a. weakest

  b. best

  c. worst

  d. hardest

3. Nicotine acts on dopamine, the molecule of ___.

  a. pain

  b. pleasure

  c. work

  d. eating

4. Smokers who have the hardest time quitting started before the age of _____?

  a. 21

  b. 25

  c. 30

  d. 35

5. The chances of cardio-vascular disease is increased by ___.

  a. nicotine

  b. tar

  c. carbon dioxide

  d. carbon monoxide

6. Of the US population 12 and older, smokers are ___%.

  a. 15

  b. 20

  c. 28

  d. 38

7. Protective factors in smoking are___.

  a. prosocial families

  b. rules

  c. success

  d. all 3

8. Risk factors in smoking are ___.

  a. chaotic families

  b. rules

  c. success

  d. all 3

9. Smoking is a leading cause of death. It is the ___.

  a. 1st

  b. 2nd

  c. 3rd

  d. 4th

10. People who want to quit smoking should be treated with the 5 ___.

  a. A's

  b. B's

  c. C's

  d. R's

11. People who do not want to quit smoking should be ___.

  a. informed

  b. motivated

  c. educated

  d. trained

12. Replacement therapy include ___.

  a. patches

  b. gum

  c. inhalers

  d. all 3