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Ch. 1

1.
Alcohol dehydrogenase
A) Is an enzyme that detoxifies alcohol and assists in the metabolizing of alcohol B) in men are roughly 60% of the alcohol dehydrogenase levels of women C) are reduced by fasting and several medications

D) All of the above answers are correct
E) Only answers a and b are correct
F) Only answers a and c are correct

Feedback: Slide 16-17
Points Earned: | 1.0/1.0 | |
Correct Answer(s):| F|

2.
Excessive drinking can lead to hemorrhagic stroke
A) True
B) False
Points Earned: | 1.0/1.0 | |
Correct Answer(s):| True|

3.
A regular bottle of table wine contains
A) 0.75 liter
B) just over 25 fluid ounces
C) 75 centiliters
D) All of the above are correct

Feedback: (slide 12)
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Correct Answer(s):| D|

4.
Polyphenols/flavonoids in wine
A) are antioxidants
B) inhibit HDL formation
C) inhibit blood clotting
D) restrict/tighten the blood vessel walls

Feedback: Slide 30. They inhibit LDL formation and relax the blood vessel walls in addition to being antioxidants and inhibiting blood clotting. Points Earned: | 1.0/1.0 | |
Correct Answer(s):| A, C|

5.
Epidemiological evidence suggests that red wine and white wine, when moderately consumed, have the same potential for reducing mortality due to coronary health disease. A) True
B) False

Feedback: Red wine apperas to be most beneficial. (Slide 3) Points Earned: | 0.0/1.0 | |
Correct Answer(s):| False|

6.
In the earliest, ancient Mediterranean civilizations wine was the first drink of the common citizen. A) True
B) False

Feedback: At that time, wine was the drink of the priesthood and of the wealthy. Points Earned: | 1.0/1.0 | |
Correct Answer(s):| False|

7.
The people who should be most concerned about sulfites in wines are sulfite-sensitive, steroid-dependent asthmatics. A) True
B) False
Points Earned: | 0.0/1.0 | |
Correct Answer(s):| True|

8.
The research reviewed by Dr. Keith Marton showed that cardiovascular mortality increased with heavy alcohol use and that moderate drinkers have a reduced risk of cardiovascular mortality compared to non-drinkers. A) True

B) False
Points Earned: | 1.0/1.0 | |
Correct Answer(s):| True|

9.
Scholars who have studied the origins of alcohol abuse agree that the American pattern of prohibiting exposure to alcoholic beverages until age 21 is one of the most effective ways to prevent alcohol abuse. A) True

B) False

Feedback: These scholars believe that the Italian pattern of introducing children to diluted wine at an early age in a family setting coupled with an overall social disapproval of drunkenness is one of the most effective ways to prevent alcohol abuse. Points Earned: | 1.0/1.0 | |

Correct Answer(s):| False|

10.
A regular bottle of wine contains 0.75 liters of wine, which is just over 25 fluid ounces. A) True
B) False

Feedback: Slide 12
Points Earned: | 1.0/1.0 | |
Correct Answer(s):| True|

1.
Although Dr. Marton's review of the research literature showed a 50% increase in breast cancer for moderate drinkers compared to non-drinkers, there are a number of reasons why our understanding of the relationship between moderate drinking and breast cancer is less certain than it is for cardiovascular disease. A) True

B) False
Points Earned: | 1.0/1.0 | |
Correct Answer(s):| True|

2.
Polyphenols/flavonoids in wine
A) are antioxidants
B) inhibit HDL formation
C) inhibit blood clotting
D) restrict/tighten the blood vessel walls

Feedback: Slide 30. They inhibit LDL formation and relax the blood vessel walls in addition to being antioxidants and inhibiting blood clotting. Points Earned: | 1.0/1.0 | |
Correct Answer(s):| A, C|

3.
The people who should be most concerned about sulfites in wines are sulfite-sensitive, steroid-dependent asthmatics. A) True
B) False...
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