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Non-Communicable Diseases Quiz
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What is the cause of the non-communicable diseases – rickets, scurvy and anaemia?CorrectIncorrect
Undernutrition, extranutrition, overnutrition, malnutrition
Complete the sentence: happens when you consume too little or too much of a particular nutrient.
Cirrhosis is a disease which is caused by excess consumption of alcohol over many years. Which organ does cirrhosis affect?CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following non-communicable diseases are caused by smoking?CorrectIncorrect
Why is there a difference in the death rates by liver disease in different countries around the world?CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following are negative effects of lifestyle choices on a National level (in the UK)?CorrectIncorrect
What does BMI stand for?CorrectIncorrect
Complete the equation used to calculate BMI: BMI = ……. / heightCorrectIncorrect
Complete the sentence: An alternative measurement of BMI is -to-hip ratio. This measurement takes abdominal fat into account.
Use one of the following words:
Using a stent (a small mesh tube) is a method sometimes used to widen blood vessels in the heart. What are the potential negative consequences of this procedure?CorrectIncorrect
If coronary arteries are blocked, new blood vessels can be inserted, what is this procedure called?CorrectIncorrect
When blood pressure is very high or after a heart surgery, some patents need to take lifelong medicines. What are the drawbacks of taking these medicines?CorrectIncorrect
What is the best way to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease?CorrectIncorrect