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Multiple Choice Quiz



This activity contains 18 questions.

Question 1
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Insulin causes the blood glucose levels to fall, but glucagon causes those levels to rise. The relationship between the two hormones would be said to be _____.
 
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Question 2
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The risk factors for type 2 diabetes mellitus include _____.
 
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Question 3
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The risk factors for type 1 diabetes mellitus include _____.
 
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Question 4
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Type 1 diabetes mellitus was previously called _____.
 
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Question 5
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Type 2 diabetes mellitus was previously called _____.
 
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Question 6
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When a pregnant woman develops diabetes mellitus it is called _____.
 
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Question 7
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Type 2 diabetes can be prevented or delayed through _____.
 
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Question 8
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The primary risk factor for type 2 diabetes is _____.
 
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Question 9
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Having a high blood glucose level is called _____.
 
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Question 10
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Physical symptoms of type 1 diabetes include _____.
 
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Question 11
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After a meal, blood glucose levels increase and stimulate the secretion of which hormone?
 
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Question 12
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Midmorning, blood glucose levels fall and stimulate the secretion of which hormone?
 
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Question 13
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Which is the most common form of diabetes?
 
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Question 14
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Type 1 diabetes _____.
 
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Question 15
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Long-term complications of diabetes include _____.
 
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Question 16
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A fasting blood glucose test level of _________________ is considered normal.
 
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Question 17
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A fasting blood glucose test level of _________________ indicates diabetes.
 
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Question 18
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A fasting blood glucose test level of _________________ indicates prediabetes.
 
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