28 Analgesics are dangerous to athletes because they can A impair vision and hearing B block pain wi

28 Analgesics are dangerous to athletes because they can

A impair vision and hearing

B block pain without repairing the damage

C cause nausea which impacts performance

Dprevent the ability to make good judgments

29 Anabolic-androgenic steroids are most often taken by athletes via

A injection

B adhesive patch

C subcutaneous implant

Dtime release capsule

30 Stacking steroids means

A taking steroids, stimulants, and analgesics at one time

B taking steroids for several weeks then stopping to let the body rest, then starting again

C using steroids just before an event thereby “stacking” the odds

Dusing three or more kinds of steroids at once

31 The purpose of drug courts is to

A unclog the courts

B free up police for other duties

C mete out swift justice for drug offenders

Didentify clients for drug-treatment centers

32 How long before inhalants start acting on the brain?

A 7-10 seconds

B 15-30 seconds

C 1-3 minutes

D5- 7 minutes

33Community-based drug prevention programs should focus on

A assessing the pattern of drug abuse

B changing laws and public policy

C raising money for the programs

Dall of the above

34 The compulsive shopper experiences the highest level of excitement

A just before they say “I’ll buy it“

B just after they say I’ll buy it

C when they get the purchases home

Don the way to the store

35 Which of the following prevention strategies has been the most effective in controlling the spread of HIV disease or AIDS within the drug-abusing community?

A incarcerating IV drug users

B public service announcements and information in the media

C needle exchange programs tied to outreach components

Ddecriminalizing heroin