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Sanitary napkin: Quiz


Question 1: Some variations introduced were quilting of the lining, adding "wings" and reducing the thickness of the pad by utilising products such as ________ and polyacrylate superabsorbent gels derived from petroleum.

Question 2: Long pads are offered for extra protection or for larger women whose woman's ________ might not be completely protected by regular length pads, and also for overnight use.

Question 3: Cloth sanitary napkins first became available in ________ in the late 1950s.
Newfoundland and LabradorNorthwest TerritoriesNunavutInuit

Question 4: The remaining materials are mostly derived from the petroleum industry, the cover stock used is ________ non woven, with the leakproof barrier made from polyethylene film.
PolystyrenePlasticPolypropylenePolyethylene terephthalate

Question 5: A papyrus sanitary pad has been developed in ________ for the rural poor, targeted at primary school girls who might otherwise be prevented from attending school during menstruation.

Question 6: In ________, public toilets almost always include a purpose-made receptacle in which to place soiled pads.
Developed countryHuman Development IndexHigh income economyTurkey

Question 7: Alternatively, women can use a washable or reusable ________.
Cloth menstrual padVaginaSanitary napkinSilk

Question 8: ________ made a comeback around the 1970s[9], with their popularity increasing in the late 80s and early 90s.
Cloth menstrual padSilkVaginaSanitary napkin

Question 9: Deodorant is also added to some pads, which is designed to cover menstrual ________ with a light fragrance.
Chemical bondOlfactionOdorPerfume

Question 10: Panty Liner - Designed to absorb daily vaginal discharge, light menstrual flow, "spotting", slight urinary incontinence, or as a backup for ________ use.
Sanitary napkinTamponBirth controlPregnancy

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