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When keeping a food diary, you should record? A. How the food was prepared B. When you last ate a similar dish C. Where you ate D. Who prepared the food
Weegy: When keeping a food diary, you should record: C. Where you ate. (More)
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Resistance exercises improve muscular strength in persons with such conditions as ________. A. Multiple sclerosis and stroke B. Cerebral palsy and spinal cord injuries C. Cognitive disability D. All of the above
Weegy: Resistance exercises improve muscular strength in persons with such conditions as D. All of the above (More)
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Resistance exercises improve muscular strength in persons with such conditions as Multiple sclerosis and stroke, Cerebral palsy and spinal cord injuries,Cognitive disability. Therefore, the answer is letter D. All of the above
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Why should you quit/drink less or limit the amount of alcohol that you keep at home? A. To save money B. To lose weight and cut down on calorie consumption C. So that you won’t be tempted to go over your drinking limit D. All of the above
Weegy: You should quit/drink less or limit the amount of alcohol that you keep at home: C. So that you won't be tempted to go over your drinking limit. (More)
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People who regularly engage in at least moderate intensity aerobic activity have a significantly lower risk of developing ________ than do inactive people. A. Hip fractures B. Type 2 diabetes C. Lung cancer D. Breast cancer
Weegy: People who regularly engage in moderate intensity aerobic activity have lower risk of developing A. Type 2 diabetes (More)
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People who regularly engage in moderate intensity aerobic activity have lower risk of developing (B. Type 2 Diabetes) tahn do inactive people.
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People who regularly engage in at least moderate intensity aerobic activity have a significantly lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes than do inactive people.

so the answer is B. Type 2 Diabetes

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Which age groups benefit from physical activity? A. Children B. Middle aged adults C. Older adults D. All of the above
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All of the above age groups benefit from physical activity.
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