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A kosher diet is an example of a diet that is based on __________. A. morals and beliefs B. laws and illnesses C. health status and preferences D. wishes and medications
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A kosher diet is an example of a diet that is based on morals and beliefs.
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Scott is a young man whose body has trouble processing sugar. The BEST diet for him to follow is one that is low in carbohydrates.
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A diet rich in fiber and fluids would be most beneficial for people with __________. A. constipation B. diabetes C. high blood pressure D. milk allergies
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A diet rich in fiber and fluids would be most beneficial for people with A. constipation.
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In general, anxiety disorders __________. A. only occur in families with a history of these disorders B. have symptoms that can be treated with therapy and medication C. involve less anxiety than most normal people experience D. are not affected by a healthy diet and regular exercise
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In general, anxiety disorders have symptoms that can be treated with therapy and medication.
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Which of the following coping strategies involves having a positive attitude? A. obsessing about possible problems B. exercising often C. accepting that some things are uncontrollable D. procrastinating on projects
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Exercising often is a coping strategies that involves having a positive attitude.
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