Health and Wellbeing/Health Status
Road Safety
Drugs/Mental Health
Nutrition #1
Nutrition #2

What are the 5 dimensions of Health and Wellbeing

Physical, Mental, Social, Emotional and Spiritual


What is the BAC for Learner/P plate drivers?



Name 3 mood disorders

Eg Depression, Anxiety, Anorexia


Name 2 macronutrients and 2 micronutrients

Macro - Carbs, Fats, Protein, Fibre, Water

Micro - Vitamins and Minerals


How many grams in 1 teaspoon of sugar?



Name one event in Youth that can positively impact on Health and Wellbeing


Positive example


What is the legal BAC limit for fully licensed drivers?

Below 0.05 or 0.049


Name the 3 categories of drugs and their impact on the body

Stimulant - speeds up the communication between the brain and the CNS system

Depressant - slows down the communication between the brain and the CNS system

Hallucinogenic - distorts the communication between the brain and the CNS system


What is the difference between macro and micro nutrients?

Macronutrients are required in larger amounts in a diet where micronutrients are required in smaller amounts


What is the ingredient list ordered in on food products?

From highest proportion to the lowest in the food


What does DUDDS stand for and when do you use it?

Data, Unit, Direction, Date, Subject

When looking at trends/data/graphs


List 3 things you can do to avoid fatigue while driving

Have a 15 minute powernap

Don't drive when you would normally be asleep

Swap drivers on long trips

Stop every 2 hours and stretch your legs

Have a good night sleep before driving


What are two strategies implemented by the Government to attempt to minimise harm with drugs

Safe Injecting Rooms and Safe Pill Testing


Name 5 names of sugar

, Malt
, Sugar/sucrose
, Raw sugar
, Brown sugar
, Molasses
, Glucose , Dextrose (this is an alternative name for glucose)
, Fructose (or fruit juice concentrate), Maltose
, Corn syrup
, Golden syrup
, Maple syrup, Lactose


When comparing food products, what should you use?

The per 100g/ml column


Name 4 Health status indicators

Life Expectancy
Rate of hospitalisation


What are 4 things you can say to the driver to get out of a speeding car?

You need to go to the toilet

You will call the police

Lets stop and get some food

You feel sick and want to throw up


Name 2 protective and 2 risk factors for a Youth developing a Mental Health condition

Protective - reducing the likelihood

Risk - increasing the likelihood


Name the 4 food layers in the Healthy Food Pyramid

Healthy fats, proteins/dairy, Grains, Fruit and Veg


What are 4 food sources of carbohydrates?

Vegetables, whole fruits, legumes, nuts, seeds, wholegrains and tubers (potatoes, sweet potatoes ect).


What is the definition of Burden of Disease, how is it measured and what is the equation for it?

BOD is a measure of the impact of diseases and injuries, specifically it measures the gap between current health status and an ideal situation where everyone lives to an old age free of disease and disability. It is measured by DALY's found by YLL + YLD


What are the two turns that are special to Melbourne roads only?

P turns and Hook turns


What are the 4 P's and what is the definition of each one?

Predisposing risk factors: Increases susceptibility (vulnerability) to a specific mental disorder (Note: pre = before).

Precipitating factors are present at the time of onset (events that have caused the individual to experience symptoms now)

Perpetuating risk factors: Maintains the occurrence of a specific mental disorder and inhibits recovery

Protective factors: Factors that prevent the occurrence/reoccurrence of mental health problems


What are the 5 dietary guidelines?

1) To achieve and maintain a healthy weight, be physically active and choose amounts of nutritious food and drinks to meet your energy needs
2) Enjoy a wide variety of nutritious foods from the five groups every day
3) Limit intake of foods containing saturated fat, added salt, added sugars and alcohol
4) Encourage, support and promote breastfeeding
5) Care for your food; prepare and store it safely


What are the 5 AGHE Food Groups?

Vegetables and legumes/beans
Grain (cereal) foods, mostly wholegrain and/or high cereal fibre varieties
Lean meats and poultry, fish, eggs, tofu, nuts and seeds and legumes/beans
Milk, yoghurt cheese and/or alternatives, mostly reduced fat

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