As we move closer to the end of 2020, we wrap up the series of quizzes. With our final end-of-year health quizzes.
To access the prior four sets of health quizzes, click the titles:
For Your Well Being in 2021: Our Final End-of-Year Health Quizzes
Below, the quizzes all come from WebMD. And they deal with different aspects of our health.
- Myths and Facts About Your Bones — Find out which bone gets broken the most often. The collar bone? The arm? Or leg?
- No Pain, No Gain? For example, should you exercise when hurt?
- Myths and Facts About Your Heart Health — How much do you know about your heart? For instance, does your heart stop beating when a heart attack strikes?
- Being Informed About COPD — COPD, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, is a lung disorder that makes it hard to breathe. The first symptoms can be so mild that people mistakenly chalk them up to “getting old.” People with COPD may develop chronic bronchitis, emphysema, or both. COPD tends to get worse over time, but catching it early, along with good care, can help many people stay active and may slow the disease.
To view a slideshow on COPD, click the image.
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