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Academic Questions in PHE
The following are postural defects except _____.
A. Joint Legs
B. Forward Head Posture
D. Genu Valgum
E. Uneven Shoulders
The above image (protruding abdomen) is not a postural defect.
The tennis grand slam tournament played on a grass court is the _____.
A. US Open
B. Australian Open
D. French Open
E. Italian Open
F. English Open
Which of the following sport personnels isn't a notable female tennis player? (The firstname had been abbreviated in the options below).
B. M. Navratilova
C. M. Hinges
D. M. Sharapova
E. V. Williams
F. N. Osaka
Which of the following isn't a measure to prevent domestic accidents?
A. Alertness and use of common sense when doing things
B. Drugs should be kept of out reach of children
C. All electrical issues should be fixed by parents only
D. Living rooms, rest rooms, stores, bathrooms and kitchen should be properly lighted
E. Babies should be closely monitored by parents
F. Families should be oriented on the basic home safety rules
Which of the following is false concerning domestic accidents?
A. They are preventable
B. They always occur inside our homes
C. They occur within our environment
D. Food can lead to domestic accidents
E. Carelessness is a major cause of domestic accidents
F. According to reports, it is considered as one of the 4 major causes of death around the world
Which of the following is not an effect of pollution?
A. Contamination of food by disease vectors
C. Formation of acid rain
E. Global warming
F. Demise of aquatic flora and fauna
The process of contaminating the atmosphere by introducing harmful and toxic substances into it is termed _____.
B. Wind Pollution
C. Air pollution
D. Lithospheric pollution
E. Hydrospheric pollution
F. Breeze pollution
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The air (sometimes called the atmosphere) is considered to be polluted when harmful and toxic substances are introduced into it.
An instance of air pollution is seen when insecticides are sprayed into the atmosphere. As a result, certain chemicals are released (into the atmosphere) and these could be harmful to insects, rodents, plants and humans respectively. The chemicals released from the sprayed insecticides are termed pollutants.
Generally, petrol utilizing automobiles and generators releases carbon(II)oxide (CO) into the atmosphere. The released CO is rapidly oxidized to carbon(IV)oxide (CO2) because of its immediate reaction with oxygen present in the atmosphere. Understand that the inhalation of CO can lead to rapid death in humans and animals alike.
Examples of pollutants include carbon (II)oxide (CO), sulphur(IV)oxide (SO2) and nitrogen(IV)oxide (NO2).
Air pollution is generally bad in our society. Below are solutions to air pollution:
Note: Air pollution is one of the three major types of pollution. The other 2 are:
Noise pollution, light pollution and radioactive pollution are other types of pollution.
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Amazing facts in PHE
Boxing is a lucrative game. It is the only sport whereby neither the spectators nor the participants know the score through out the entire game.
The holes or curved indents in a gulf ball are called dimples. A gulf ball has a total of 366 dimples.
The dimples on the gulf ball allows a thin layer of air to cling on the ball's surface; as a result, reducing drag and allowing the ball to travel a longer distance
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