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Which illustrates an emotional aspect of teen sexuality?
a) Mark is experiencing extreme acne.
b) Martha is beginning to change her priorities.
c) Ned has mood swings.
d) Ollie has a strong desire for independence.

Babies born to teen mothers are more likely to be born with a low birth weight due to the mothers:
a) Lack of social activities
b) Lack of education
c) Lack of exercise
d) Lack of good nutrition

Which illustrates an physical aspect of teen sexuality?
a) Mark is experiencing extreme acne.
b) Sally cries all the time.
c) Tim decides to stay home and finish his homework instead of hanging out with friends.
d) Brenda has been questioning authority.

Teen mothers are at risk of having a low birth weight baby. What is the most likely cause?
a) Difficulty delivering a baby
b) High blood pressure
c) Not eating properly
d) Skeletal structure not fully developed

Teen mothers usually work for lower wages than other workers. What is the most likely cause?
a) Lack of education
b) Lack of good nutrition
c) Lack of parental support
d) Lack of social activities

Which is more likely a challenge for teen parents than older married parents?
a) To be good parents and meet the needs of the child
b) To have financial difficulties because of the added stress of the child
c) To have friends they can turn to for help for finances or childcare and support
d) To have more time to meet personal wants and needs

Babies born to teens have a higher rate of birth defects than babies born to women in their twenties. What is the most likely cause?
a) Many teens are afraid to tell anyone about the pregnancy and do not get regular prenatal care.
b) Many teens are unemployed and do not have financial resources to provide for a baby.
c) Many teens are very emotional during pregnancy and do not know where to find help.
d) Many pregnant teens drop out of school because they begin to feel like outsiders around their friends.

A teen mother has trouble with her kidneys, heart, and blood circulation. She is having convulsions. What is the most likely cause?
a) Exposure to harmful substances
b) High blood pressure
c) Poor eating habits
d) Rubella

Babies born to teens have a higher infant mortality rate than babies born to women in their twenties. What is the most likely cause? Babies are often born:
a) overweight
b) prematurely
c) to moms who drop out of high school.
d) to unemployed mothers

A teen mother has a low-grade fever, rash, and swollen lymph glands in the neck. What is the most likely cause?
a) Exposure to harmful substances
b) Failure to go to the doctor
c) Poor eating habits
d) Rubella

Teen mothers face the risk of having many physical problems during pregnancy. What is the most likely cause?
a) Teens are more likely to have difficulty during delivery
b) Teens are more likely to have high blood pressure
c) Teens often do not eat properly
d) Teens’ skeletal structure may not be fully developed

Which illustrates a physical aspect of teen sexuality?
a) Mark is growing hair in places he had not seen hair before.
b) Martha is noticing that her priorities have changed.
c) Nathan is more responsible that he was in the past.
d) Olive wants to live by herself.

Teen parents Jan and Scott decided not to get married when they discovered Jan was pregnant. Scott decided to work after school until midnight to help support Jan and the child. Jan had extremely high blood pressure, so the doctor confined her to
a) Jan’s concern for her baby’s health
b) Jan’s confinement to bed
c) Scott working until midnight
d) Scott supporting Jan and the baby

Mary is ten weeks pregnant, but insists on eating salty snacks. She drinks several carbonated drinks per day. Mary visits the doctor once a month and is careful to avoid people who smoke or use drugs. Her father and mother have diabetes. Which he
a) Exposure to harmful substances
b) Failure to go to the doctor
c) High blood pressure
d) Poor eating habits

Mark has an STD that causes him to produce a yellow discharge from his penis. Which STD is this?
a) Genital warts
b) Gonorrhea
c) Herpes
d) Syphilis

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