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Question 1: It was common among high officials in Europe in the ________ and the Renaissance[206] as well as in Ancient East Asian civilizations.
Early Middle AgesMiddle AgesLate Middle AgesHigh Middle Ages

Question 2: To supplement this, or in case of failure, ________ may be taken to reduce appetite or inhibit fat absorption.
Beta blockerStimulantAnti-obesity medicationAntianginal

Question 3: The arcuate nucleus contains two distinct groups of ________.
NeuronNervous systemPhotoreceptor cellGlial cell

Question 4: Obesity increases the likelihood of various diseases, particularly heart disease, type 2 diabetes, breathing difficulties during sleep, certain types of ________, and osteoarthritis.

Question 5: Some are only approved for short term use, others are used ________, and still others are used illegally.
Tricyclic antidepressantOff-label useBupropionAntidepressant

Question 6: Obesity is from the ________ obesitas, which means "stout, fat, or plump." Ä’sus is the past participle of edere (to eat), with ob (over) added to it.
Vulgar LatinRoman EmpireOld LatinLatin

Question 7: The effects of ________ on obesity are less well determined.
Local anestheticAnticoagulantLiposuctionPlastic surgery

Question 8: During the ________ some of the upper class began flaunting their large size, as can be seen in portraits of Henry the VIII and Alessandro del Borro.
BaroqueItalian RenaissanceWestern art historyRenaissance

Question 9: The ________ (WHO) predicts that overweight and obesity may soon replace more traditional public health concerns such as undernutrition and infectious diseases as the most significant cause of poor health.
SwitzerlandUniversal Postal UnionFood and Agriculture OrganizationWorld Health Organization

Question 10: The ________, an organization partly supported by the restaurant and food industry, has run ads saying that obesity is not an epidemic but "hype".
Richard BermanBerman and CompanyCenter for Consumer FreedomAstroturfing

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