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1. John is a 34-year-old who is active in his community coaching football. He was also recently promoted to a director level position at this job. John is in _____ adulthood.
b. young and middle
2. A 42-year-old who makes independent decisions regarding who to marry and what type of family is desired is considered to be making what type of choices?
3. Making a choice to lose weight and manage one’s cholesterol level is most characteristic of which of the following age groups?
a. young adult
b. middle adult
c. school-age child
4. Diabetes is an example of a chronic disease most often appearing during
b. early adulthood.
c. middle adulthood.
d. older adulthood.
5. Biologic processes associated with aging may cause
a. an increased metabolic rate.
b. increased anxiety.
c. an increased ratio of adipose-to-muscle tissue.
d. increased kidney function.
6. Prescription and over-the-counter drugs can affect nutritional status because they
a. may contain toxins.
b. often result in addiction.
c. usually contain nutrients.
d. may affect appetite or absorption of nutrients.
7. Energy requirements decrease as adults age because
a. older adults have less stress than younger adults.
b. younger adults are still growing; older adults are not.
c. the height of adults decreases with age.
d. the number of functioning body cells decreases with age.
8. Each decade, basal energy needs decrease
a. 0.5% to 1%.
b. 1% to 2%.
c. 2% to 4%.
d. 5% to 8%.
9. If an older adult is losing weight, his or her caloric intake is
a. less than energy needs.
b. approximately the same as energy needs.
c. greater than energy needs.
d. poorly distributed throughout the day.
10. A 65-year-old patient’s ideal body weight is 115 lbs and on the yearly physical for the past 2 years reveals a recorded weight of 121 lbs. The assessment for this patient would be which of the following?
a. slightly underweight
b. close to ideal body weight
c. slightly overweight
d. maintained constant weight