Medical Quiz

Vision & Hearing Quiz


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__________ is a sign that noise is too loud for that individual

A. ringing in ears

B. water in your ears

C. earplugs in your ears


Loud noises have a _________ number of decibels

A. higher

B. lower


Sound vibrates against which part of the ear?

A. inner ear

B. outer ear

C. eardrum


The part of your eye that dilates or contracts to control the amount of light let in is your

A. lens

B. pupil

C. iris

D. cornea


The colored part of your eye is your

A. lens

B. pupil

C. iris

D. cornea


Sounds that cause harm/loss to one’s hearing is

A. noise trash

B. noise solution

C. noise pollution

D. noise fog


Which vitamin helps with the health of your eyes?

A. A

B. B

C. C

D. D


Sound waves in the air are “caught” by the ____________

A. inner ear

B. outer ear

C. eardrum


Noise is measured by

A. volts

B. lumens

C. amps

D. decibels


______ of what we perceive comes through our sense of sight

A. 70%

B. 75%

C. 80%

D. 85%


85 decibels and above is where hearing loss can begin. Which common noisy activity is commonly at 85 decibels?

A. Rock concert

B. School bus and school recess

C. Firearms

D. Lawn mower


Damage can be done to the inner ear, even if you don’t feel any pain.

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


Where should light come to protect your eyes when reading?

A. directly above you

B. beside you

C. behind you

D. underneath you


At least how far away should you sit from a computer?

A. 1/2 foot

B. 1 foot

C. 2 feet

D. 6 feet


____decibels and above leads to loss of hearing

A. 75

B. 85

C. 95

D. 105


If you get something in your eye, what should you do first to get it out?

A. rub your eye

B. stick your finger in your eye and pull it out

C. blink repeatedly

D. wash eye out with water


It is safe to share eye make-up

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


Which vegetable is high in Vitamin A?

A. cauliflower

B. carrots

C. brussel sprouts

D. radish


Which female sport requires goggles for safety?

A. softball

B. tennis

C. lacrosse

D. basketball




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