Biology: Do You Know Diseases?
Sciatica A muscle tear Phlebitis A pinched nerve What is the name of a deadly mosquito-borne disease? Malaria Myocardial Infarction Mumps Measles Before Europeans arrived in the New World, which diseases Had Native Americans never faced?
What Do You Know About Your Eyes?
Camera Telescope Magnifying glass Microscope All answers are true Which part of the eye is where images are converted to nerve impulses? Retina Cornea Optic Nerve Pupil Which of the following is the correct order in which light travels through the eye?
What Do You Know of Human Anatomy?
Nerve Involuntary Hormonal The _____ system encompasses the ovaries, eggs and Fallopian tubes. Reproductive Digestive Circulatory Do you know how many muscles control your eyes? 6 9 11 Which part of the human brain makes it bigger than that of other mammals?
What Do You Know of the Human Body?
Capillaries Arterioles Venules Tendons What are the gaps between nerve cells called? Synapses Neurotransmitters Ions Electrical voids What type of muscle bends a joint in the body? Flexor Bender Twister Cardiac What is the tube that carries food into the stomach called?
What Do You Know About Milk?
India France Russia New Zealand A pinch of _____ added to the milk will keep it fresher for a few more days. Baking soda also works. Salt Sugar Pepper Flour True or False: Fat free skim milk and whole milk have the same amount of calcium and other essential nutrients.
What Do You Know About the Octopus?
Muscle Fatty tissue Nerves What is the activity level of a typical octopus? Octopuses are known for being lazy, spending most of their time immobile in their den. Hyperactive Very lazy Active A typical octopus lives for... They live for about 2-3 years.
WDYK About Parkinson's Disease?
When turned on, the stimulator sends electrical pulses to block the faulty nerve signals causing tremors, rigidity, and other symptoms.
Only the World's Best Doctors & Nurses Can Ace This Quiz
True or False: A person with a nosebleed should pinch their nose and lean forward to stop the bleeding. False True Further Study Needed... Oh dear! Your results show us that your knowledge of even the most basic caregiving tasks is a little lacking.
What Do You Know About Your Spine?
Ligaments Tendons Nerve roots Fibroids Which sleep positions is best for your back? Sleeping on your back puts extra pressure on it. You can reduce that by sleeping with a couple of pillows under your knees. Resting on your side with a pillow between your knees also helps.
Do You Know How to Take Care of a Baby?
It's never a bad skill to learn, mind you, as you may never know when you are called to take care of one in a pinch as a favor, or perhaps have one of your own one day. Have a look at our answers to learn a bit more about infant care.
What Do You Know About SALT?
Yes, it maintains our blood pressure and volume and the functioning of our nerves and muscles No, the less sodium you absorb the better No, the only healthy part of table salt is the additives Yes, it regulates the amount of sugar in the blood and helps repair injuries Which of the following types of
Which Expression Do You Wear Lately?
Share Result Annoyed canva.com From your answers, it seems people have been getting on your nerves recently! nWe understand you - there are moments in life when you just feel like breaking the rules, getting up and show the world you've had enough.
What Do You Know About Diabetes?
Nerve Damage Lung cancer Stroke Bone depletion Why is insulin important for your body to use blood sugar? Insulin unlocks the "cell door," allowing blood sugar to move from the bloodstream into your cells.
Which Bird of Prey is in Your Soul?
Birds of prey are the apex birds in the sky, and it is impossible not to feel a little pinch of envy or amazement when you see them soaring in the sky and diving towards their prey with remarkable speed and power.
You Lose You're Out: General Trivia Edition!
Inertia Rotary motion Linear motion Stationary Object Which country's subway system was paralyzed by a deadly nerve gas attack in 1995? Japan United Kingdom United States Israel Which animal symbolizes good luck in Europe?