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Sharing drug needles is a common way to get the AIDS virus. True False 13. In small doses, alcohol stimulates the brain. True False (continued on next page) Page 4 (continued from previous page) 14. Methaqualone ("Quaaludes" or "ludes") is safer than other barbiturates ("downers'') because a person cannot become dependent upon it. True False 15. Using shared needles to infect drugs can result in serious blood disease. True False Scoring and Analysis Answers: 1. T; 2. F; 3. T; 4. T; 5. F; 6. F; 7.

At times he would be late for dates; a few times he cancelled dates altogether because he was too drunk or too hung over. He is on a date with his girlfriend now. TARGETPREVENTION STRATEGY-ACTIVITYPrimarySecondaryTertiary1. Agent2. Host3. Environment ________________________________________ Name (optional) Page 43 Skill-Building Activity 20 Family Genealogy* General Objective: The person will become familiar with his/her personal family history. Directions: Complete a genogram for your family. Within the appropriate circles and squares, print the family member's name, age, and disease, if applicable.

J; 6. E; 7. A; 8. C; 9. I; 10. B. __________________________________________ Name (optional) Page 15 Skill-Building Activity 7 Label the Parts of the Neuron General Objective: The person will be able to identify and label the neuron. Directions: Follow the directions for A and B. A. Review the following terms for the parts of the neuron: A. Synapse B. Axon C. Dendrite D. Cell Body E. Myelin sheath B. After reviewing the diagram write the correct answer from A. above on the space provided below.

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