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Starvation: Quiz

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Question 1: For instance, in the year 31, Livilla, the niece and daughter-in-law of Tiberius, was discreetly starved to death by her mother for her adulterous relationship with ________ and for her complicity in the murder of her own husband, Drusus the Younger.
ClaudiusAugustusCaligulaSejanus

Question 2: ________, when done without proper medical supervision and lasting more than a month.
EasterJesusLiturgical yearFasting

Question 3: From the beginning of civilization to the ________, people were immured, or walled in, and would die for want of food.
Late Middle AgesMiddle AgesHigh Middle AgesEarly Middle Ages

Question 4:
Starvation, Poverty and Millennium Development Goals are all:
Famines Poverty Causes of death Execution methods

Question 5: [1] According to the ________, starvation currently affects more than one billion people, or 1 in 6 people on the planet.
AzerbaijanUniversal Postal UnionCyprusFood and Agriculture Organization

Question 6: These diseases collectively can also cause ________, skin rashes, edema, and heart failure.
VomitingGastroenteritisTraveler's diarrheaDiarrhea

Question 7: Acetyl CoA produces dissolved nutrients (Ketone bodies), which can be detected in ________ and are used by the brain as a source of energy.
ChlorineNitrogenAmmoniaUrine

Question 8: Victims of starvation are often too weak to sense thirst, and therefore become ________.
DehydrationHypernatremiaDiabetic ketoacidosisHyponatremia

Question 9: According to the ________, hunger is the gravest single threat to the world's public health.
Universal Postal UnionFood and Agriculture OrganizationWorld Health OrganizationSwitzerland

Question 10: Individuals are often ________ and lethargic as a result.
IrritationInflammationBronchitisAllergy







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