Health Education WAEC 2023 Objective & Essay Answers – May/June

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HEALTH EDUCATION OBJ
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31-40: CBCCCBDDAB
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*HEALTH SCIENCE*

*SECTION A*

(1a)
Orthodox medicine refers to the use of pharmaceutical drugs, surgical procedures, and other interventions to manage various health conditions.

(1b)
(PICK ANY TWO ONLY)
(i) Primordial prevention
(ii) Primary prevention
(iii) Secondary prevention
(iv) Tertiary prevention
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(2a)
Popular dynamics refers to the collective behavior, trends, and movements within a society or culture that gain widespread popularity and influence.

(2b)
(PICK ANY FIVE ONLY)
(i) Birth rate
(ii) Death rate
(iii) Migration
(iv) Age Structure
(v) Life Expectancy
(vi) Fertility Rate
(vii) Economic Conditions.

(3a)
Personality refers to the relatively stable pattern of behaviours and consistent internal states that explain a person’s behaviour tendencies

(3b)
Drug addiction is defined as a chronic, relapsing disorder characterized by compulsive drug seeking and use despite adverse consequences.

(4a)
School health programme refers to measures put in place by the school to safeguard, educate and promote the health of the students and staff.

OR

School health programme refers to a coordinated set of activities and services designed to promote and protect the health and well-being of and staff within a school setting.

(4b)
(PICK ANY THREE)
(i) Health education
(ii) Environmental Health and Safety
(iii) Health services
(iv) Mental Health Support
(v) Health Promotion and Prevention

(7a)
TABULATE PLS

=ENDOCRINE GLANDS=
(i) It pours it’s secretion into lymp or venous blood
(ii) Duct is absent
(iii) The secretion is transported to the target tissue through the blood

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=EXOCRINE GLANDS=
(i) It does not pour it’s secretion into lymp or blood
(ii) A duct is often present
(iii) The secretion is poured directly over the target tissue

(7b)
TABULATE PLS

=ENDOCRINE GLANDS=

-UNDER EXAMPLES OF GLANDS-
(i) Pituitary gland
(ii) Thyroid gland

-UNDER SECRETION OF EACH GLAND-
(i) Dopamine
(ii) thyroxine

=EXOCRINE GLANDS=

-UNDER EXAMPLES OF GLAND-
(i) Sweat gland
(ii) Sebaceous gland

-UNDER SECRETION OF EACH GLAND-
(i) Urea
(ii) Sebum

(7c)
(i) Sensory Neurons
(ii) Motor Neurons
(iii) Interneurons

(7d)
(i) Blinking of eyes
(ii) Sneezing
(iii) Yawning.

(8a)
[PICK ANY SIX]
(i) Impaired cognitive function
(ii) Decreased ability to concentrate and focus
(iii) Increased risk of accidents or injuries
(iv) Decreased lung function and potential lung damage
(v) Increased risk of heart disease and stroke
(vi) Reduced immune system function
(vii) Negative impact on mental health and well-being
(viii) Increased risk of addiction and substance abuse disorders.

(8b)
[PICK ANY FOUR]
(i) Seek professional help from a counselor or therapist
(ii) Join support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Nicotine Anonymous
(iii) Limit alcohol and cigarette use to social situations only
(iv) Practice stress-reducing activities such as exercise, meditation or yoga
(v) Set achievable goals and track progress
(vi) Reward oneself for making progress and achieving success.

(8c)
[PICK ANY THREE]
(i) Alcohol use disorder (alcoholism)
(ii) Cigarette smoke-related lung cancer
(iii) Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
(iv) Cardiovascular disease
(v) Mental health issues such as anxiety or depression.

(8d)
[PICK ANY THREE]
(i) Nicotine
(ii) Tar
(iii) Carbon monoxide
(iv) Chemicals such as formaldehyde, ammonia, and benzene
(v) Heavy metals such as lead, arsenic, and cadmium.

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(8e)
[PICK ANY TWO]
(i) Smokeless tobacco such as chewing tobacco or snuff
(ii) Hookah or water pipe smoking
(iii) Electronic cigarettes or vaping
(iv) Roll-your-own cigarettes or pipe smoking.

(8f)
[PICK ANY TWO]
(i) Peer pressure and social acceptability
(ii) Stressful situations or difficult life circumstances
(iii) Curiosity or experimentation
(iv) Lack of knowledge or understanding about the health risks involved.

(9a)
[PICK ANY THREE]
(i) Electrical hazards
(ii) Mechanical hazards
(iii) Chemical hazards
(iv) Ergonomic hazards
(v) Fire hazards

(9b)
[PICK ANY FOUR]
(i) Safety goggles to protect the eyes
(ii) Earplugs or earmuffs to protect the ears
(iii) Steel-toed boots to protect the feet
(iv):Hard hat to protect the head
(v) Gloves to protect the hands

(9c)
(i) Regular safety training and reminding the operator of the hazards
(ii) Providing incentives for following safety rules
(iii) Disciplinary actions may be taken if safety rules are repeatedly disregarded

(9d)
[PICK ANY THREE]
(i) Eyes
(ii) Ears
(iii) Hands
(iv) Feet
(v) Head/brain

(9ei)
[PICK ANY THREE]
(i) Burns
(ii) Cuts and lacerations
(iii) Fractures
(iv) Electrocution.

(9eii)
[PICK ANY THREE]
(i) Greater awareness of workplace safety
(ii) Improved employee health
(iii) Cost savings for employers
(iv) Employees engagement
(v) Improved job performance

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