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Multiple Choice Questions related to Smoking

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Tobacco and Smoking Questions:

Smoking quiz questions and answers

Question 1
Which component of tobacco smoke is carcinogenic?
A
Carbon monoxide
B
Tar
C
Nicotine
D
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons
Question 2
Smoking addiction is harmful because it produces polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, which cause
A
Cancer
B
Increase in blood pressure
C
Retardation of growth of foetus
D
Reduction in oxygen transport
Question 3
Addiction to tobacco is caused by the presence of
A
Histamine
B
Caffiene
C
Cocaine
D
Nicotine
Question 4
Nicotine acts as a stimulant because it mimics the effect of
A
Dopamine
B
Testosterone
C
Thyroxine
D
Acetylcholine
Question 5
Bhang' and ‘Ganja' are
A
Ripe poppy fruits and leaves
B
Extract of hemp plant – Cannabis sativa
C
Dried leaves, flowers and buds of Cannabis indica plant
D
None of these
Question 6
Cancer can be caused by the use of
A
LSD
B
Opium
C
Tobacco
D
Alcohol
Question 7
Tobacco smoke contains carbon monoxide which

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A
Is carcinogenic
B
Reduces the oxygen-carrying capacity of blood
C
Causes gastric ulcers
D
Raises blood pressure
Question 8
Carcinogenic agent is

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A
X–ray radiation
B
Nicotine
C
All the these
D
U.V. radiation
Question 9
The use of tobacco is originated in
A
India
B
Russia
C
China
D
America
Question 10
Which one of the following is most carcinogenic present in tobacco smoke?
A
Tar
B
Benzopyrene
C
Nicotine
D
Caffeine
Question 11
In heavy smokers the alveoli of the lungs are enlarged and damaged which reduces the surface area for the exchange of respiratory gases. This condition is called
A
Silicosis
B
Emphysema
C
Anosmia
D
Asthma
Question 12
The use of nicotine causes
A
Lung cancer, mouth cancer, epilepsy
B
All of these
C
Lung cancer, epilepsy, psychosis
D
Lung cancer, mouth cancer, chronic bronchitis
Question 13
Tobacco inhalation causes

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A
Stimulation of nerve induction and cough depressant
B
Nerve stimulation, heart diseases, decrease in Oxygen carrying capacity, lung cancer, chronic bronchitis etc
C
Inhibits the oxygen carrying capacity and increases the more transportation of carboc dioxide
D
Heart diseases and low blood pressure
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