Wellness Vocabulary Quiz


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A community-wide effort to monitor and promote the welfare of the population.

A. public health

B. medical history

C. epidemiology

D. health fraud


Medical doctors who provide physical checkups and general care.

A. health consumer

B. consumer advocates

C. primary care physician

D. specialist


A plan in which private companies or government programs pay for part or all of a person’s medical costs.

A. health consumer

B. health insurance

C. consumer advocates

D. specialist


People or groups whose sole purpose is to take on regional, national, and even international consumer issues.

A. specialist

B. primary care physician

C. health consumer

D. consumer advocates


The various methods of communicating information.

A. media

B. fraud

C. malpractice

D. epidemiology


Using the Internet to buy products or services.

A. epidemiology

B. online shopping

C. preventative care

D. medical history


Anyone who purchases or uses health products or services.

A. primary care physician

B. consumer advocates

C. health consumer

D. specialist


A written or spoken media message designed to interest consumers in purchasing a product or service.

A. advertising

B. health fraud

C. medical history

D. malpractice


Medical doctors trained to handle particular kinds of patients or medical conditions.

A. health consumer

B. primary care physician

C. specialist

D. consumer advocates


The scientific study of patterns of disease in a population.

A. epidemiology

B. public health

C. malpractice

D. health fraud


Actions that prevent the onset of disease or injury.

A. malpractice

B. preventative care

C. epidemiology

D. online shopping


A deliberate deceit or trickery.

A. media

B. fraud

C. warranty

D. malpractice


All the medical care available to a nation’s people, the way they receive care, and the method of payment.

A. medical history

B. comparison shopping

C. health fraud

D. health care system


The sale of worthless products or services that claim to prevent disease or cure other health problems; also known as quackery.

A. epidemiology

B. medical history

C. advertising

D. health fraud


A company’s or a store’s written agreement to repair a product or refund your money should the product not function properly.

A. malpractice

B. warranty

C. health fraud

D. advertising


A method of judging the benefits of different products by comparing several factors, such as quality, features, and cost.

A. health fraud

B. medical history

C. comparison shopping

D. advertising


Complete and comprehensive information about your immunizations and any health problems you have had to date.

A. advertising

B. public health

C. medical history

D. health fraud


Failure by a health professional to meet accepted standards.

A. malpractice

B. epidemiology

C. advertising

D. preventative care




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