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Republic of the Philippines

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region I
PANGASINAN DIVISION II
Binalonan, Pangasinan

NAME_________________________________ GRADE/SECTION: _________________


DATE: ________________________________ SCORE: _________________
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3 QUARTER EXAMINATION
HEALTH 10

MULTIPLE CHOICE: Encircle the letter of the best answer.

1. Which of these international organizations is the chief body responsible for providing leadership on
global health, setting norms, and standards and providing health support to countries around the
world?
a. World Bank c. United Nations Health and Life Insurance
b. World Health Organization d. International Committee of the Red Cross
2. Which area recorded the highest death rate among children aged five years and below?
a. Africa c. Latin America
b. South Asia d. East Asia and Pacific
3. Which disease is the leading cause of death among people who live in developing countries?
a. heart diseases b. HIV/AIDS c. malaria d. respiratory diseases
4. In what region did new HIV infections occur among individuals living in low-and middle-income
countries?
a. East Asia b. Pacific Region c. South Asia d. Sub-Saharan Africa
5. Which lifestyle disease is the top leading cause of death worldwide?
a. diabetes b. heart disease c. hypertension d. stroke
6. The following are the key suggestions to eradicate poverty and hunger EXCEPT _____.
a. produce more jobs c. practice family planning
b. promote education d. promote gender equality
7. Children who receive primary education are more likely to ____EXCEPT ONE.
a. know rights, responsibilities, and civic obligations
b. practice family planning and have fewer children
c. seek employment and sustain personal and family needs
d. support and protection of developing and vulnerable countries during crises
8. Gender equality can be achieved through the following EXCEPT____.
a. early childhood development intervention
b. promote women’s political rights and involvement
c. improve reproductive health programs and policies
d. better nutrition program for infants, children and mothers
9. Below are the ways to reduce child mortality EXCEPT _____.
a. immunization programs
b. improve access to hospital care
c. assuring the survival and better health of mothers
d. improving reproductive health programs and policies
10. The following are the ways to improve maternal health, EXCEPT ___.
a. improve and proper nutrition of mothers
b. teach the benefits of birth spacing and small family size
c. promote safer sex behavior and preventive education for all
d. educate young boys and girls about the importance of maternal health
11. Some ways to combat diseases are the following EXCEPT____.
a. improve housing conditions
b. expand international trade agreements
c. increase access to anti-malarial medicines
d. promote tuberculosis screening of HIV/AIDS persons
12. Below are the benefits of a sustainable environment EXCEPT _____.
a. increases access to sanitation
b. cleaner air and environment
c. new and aspiring jobs and business in energy
d. reduce poverty through government debt relief grant
13. Some of the benefits of global partnership are the following EXCEPT ___.
a. improve access to affordable medicine
b. expand international trade agreements
c. reduce poverty through government relief grant
d. strengthen nutrition programs for children and infants
14. Diverse health issues, concerns and trends which call for all nations to address and act on to promote and
protect health of individuals and groups across boundaries.
a. global health b. health c. public health d. health education
15. These are goals set by the United Nations for its member-nations to be fulfilled on an agreed span of time to
be evaluated and counter-checked under world standards.
a. World Health Goals c. Millennium Development Goals
b. K-12 Development Goals d. United Nations Development Goals
16. What Millennium Development Goals greatly protect care for women and children’s health?
a. MDG 1 and 2 c. MDG 1, 6, and 7
b. MDG 7 and 8 d. MDG 3, 4, and 5
17. It is the primary international body responsible for developing leadership in health, setting norms, and
standards and providing health support among nations around the world.
a. World Bank c. International Red Cross
b. United Nations d. World Health Organization
18. It is a global health effort to control, prevent, and eradicate the spreading of mosquito-borne infections
through development, preventive measures, and effective treatment.
a. Roll Back Malaria c. Stop Dengue and Malaria
b. Roll Back Dengue d. Destroy Mosquitoes Program
19. It is a nationwide effort of the Department of Health to prevent and control the spread of tuberculosis (TB).
a. Tuberculosis - Direct Occupational Treatment System
b. Tuberculosis - Department of Tropical Treatment Service
c. Tuberculosis – Directly Observed Therapy Short Course Strategy
d. Tuberculosis – Dangerous Occupational Therapy Short Course Strategy
20. It is a global alliance for vaccines and immunizations aims to strengthen children’s immunizations programs
especially in developing countries. Which of the following vaccines is NOT part of the program?
a. HIV vaccine c. influenza vaccine
b. hepatitis vaccine d. pneumonia vaccine
21. Which of these emerging communicable diseases greatly threaten developing nations around the world
especially in Africa?
a. HIV/AIDS b. influenza c. malaria d. tuberculosis
22. Which of the following is NOT a provision of the World Health Organization Framework Convention on
Tobacco Control?
a. new packaging and labeling of tobacco products
b. decrease in age limit to use tobacco products
c. increase in price and tax measures of tobacco products
d. protection of the public from the dangers of tobacco smoke
23. Under the global strategy for the Prevention and Control of Non-communicable Diseases, which of the
following is a shared risk factor for developing chronic non-communicable diseases?
a. physical inactivity c. tobacco and alcohol use
b. unhealthy eating habits d. all of the above
24. Below are the examples of UNDP’s Quick Wins EXCEPT ____.
a. Withstand crises, empower lives and improve the quality of life for all.
b. Provision for poor farmers of affordable supplies of soil nitrogen and other soil nutrients.
c. Reform and enforce legislation protecting and empowering women’s and children’s rights.
d. Offer basic skills training of community members in health, farming, technical-vocational, and
infrastructure.
25. The following are the things that could be changed by UN’s Quick Wins EXCEPT ___.
a. people’s beliefs b. people’s lives c. people’s trigger actions d. people’s views