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Q: What are the odds of nonsmokers developing cardiovascular disease when compared to smokers? A. Nonsmokers are four times more likely to develop cardiovascular disease. B. Nonsmokers are twice as
likely to develop cardiovascular disease. C. Nonsmokers and smokers are equally likely to develop cardiovascular disease. D. Nonsmokers are half as likely to develop cardiovascular disease.
A: B. Nonsmokers are twice as likely to develop cardiovascular disease.
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User: What are the odds of nonsmokers developing cardiovascular disease when compared to smokers? A. Nonsmokers are four times more likely to develop cardiovascular disease. B. Nonsmokers are twice as likely to develop cardiovascular disease. C. Nonsmokers and smokers are equally likely to develop cardiovascular disease. D. Nonsmokers are half as likely to develop cardiovascular disease.

Weegy: B. Nonsmokers are twice as likely to develop cardiovascular disease.
paral|Points 5587|

User: Which of the following is NOT a true statement about noncommunicable diseases? A. Noncommunicable diseases are responsible for many deaths. B. Noncommunicable diseases cause the body systems to fail. C. Noncommunicable diseases can be transmitted from one person to another. D. Noncommunicable diseases develop over time.

Weegy: C. Noncommunicable diseases can be transmitted from one person to another. is NOT a true statement about noncommunicable diseases.
may100|Points 2975|

User: Which statement BEST describes how cancers are classified? A. Cancers are classified according to the type of tissue they affect. B. Cancers are classified according to the rate at which they grow. C. Cancers are classified by how many organs they affect. D. Cancers are classified by the size of the cells that are involved.

Weegy: Which statement BEST describes how cancers are classified? A. Cancers are classified according to the type of tissue they affect.
Expert answered|jerry06|Points 712|

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