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Question of the Day Answers

Below is the list of Questions of the Day and the respective answer to each question. To participate, answer the question located in the sidebar on the right of your screen. Check back here after the question's closing date to see if you answered correctly

Q: Which health care model does India have?

  • 0%
    Bismarck model
  • 0%
    Beveridge Model
  • 45.5%
    The National Health Insure Model
  • 54.5%
    Out-of-Pocket Model

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Q: Which health care model’s main characteristic is one in which those that provide healthcare services operate independently of the government, the only payer in the system is a national insurance program that every citizen of the country pays into?

  • 0%
    Bismarck model
  • 0%
    Beveridge Model
  • 0%
    The National Health Insure Model
  • 100%
    Out-of-Pocket Model

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Q: Which health care model is described by the hospitals and health care providers being all private entities and so are the health insurance providers?

  • 9.5%
    Bismarck model
  • 0%
    Beveridge Model
  • 61.9%
    The National Health Insure Model
  • 28.6%
    Out-of-Pocket Model

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Q: According to a study, ______% of those who called themselves “doctors” in India do not have a medical degree.

  • 0%
    21%
  • 21.9%
    31%
  • 53.1%
    41%
  • 25%
    51%

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Q: Which of the following are ways poverty can have a negative impact on health?

  • 5.9%
    Poor quality food
  • 5.9%
    Difficulty accessing water
  • 0%
    Poor air quality
  • 88.2%
    All of the above

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Q: Only one in _____ citizens of Indian has a form of health insurance.

  • 0%
    Five
  • 0%
    Six
  • 33.3%
    Eight
  • 66.7%
    Ten

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Q: In India, some _____% of all spending on health care is now private, excluding many people from accessing it.

  • 0%
    50%
  • 40%
    65%
  • 20%
    80%
  • 40%
    95%

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Q: Globally, how many deaths are attributed to physical inactivity?

  • 14.3%
    Five Percent
  • 57.1%
    Six Percent
  • 10.7%
    Ten Percent
  • 17.9%
    Twenty Percent

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Q: In 2010 what was the estimated number of overweight children under the age of five on a global scale?

  • 0%
    20 million
  • 0%
    38 million
  • 0%
    40 million
  • 0%
    42 million

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Q: According to the World Health Organizations: "Unhealthy diets and ___________________are key risk factors for the major noncommunicable diseases such as cardiovascular (heart) diseases, cancer, and diabetes."

  • 66.7%
    Physical inactivity
  • 0%
    Substance abuse
  • 0%
    Smoking
  • 33.3%
    All of the above

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Q: Which of the following are reasons how population restricts access to health care?

  • 33.3%
    The rapid growth in population is stressing health care resources.
  • 11.1%
    Population is growing fastest and health care tends to be even less available in developing nations.
  • 0%
    There are more older people, who typically have a greater need for health care.
  • 55.6%
    All of the above

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Q: What is the most populous country in the world?

  • 44.4%
    China
  • 22.2%
    India
  • 22.2%
    Japan
  • 11.1%
    Korea

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Q: Since 1900 how much has the world’s population increased?

  • 0%
    225 percent
  • 0%
    305 percent
  • 100%
    422 percent
  • 0%
    550 percent

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Q: What percentage of the world's children live in malaria-endemic countries?

  • 0%
    10%
  • 0%
    30%
  • 66.7%
    40%
  • 33.3%
    75%

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Q: What mathematical concept was created in India?

  • 60%
    Zero
  • 0%
    Absolute value
  • 20%
    Square root
  • 20%
    Variable

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Q: India is considered to be the birth place for two of the world's great religions- Hinduism and ________?

  • 6.7%
    Christianity
  • 20%
    Muslim
  • 0%
    Lutheran
  • 73.3%
    Buddhism

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Q: Which of the following is NOT one of the four classes of carbon based molecules that make up all living cells and tissue?

  • 100%
    Nucleic atoms
  • 0%
    Proteins
  • 0%
    Carbohydrates
  • 0%
    Lipids

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Q: Who was the creator of the periodic table as we know it today?

  • 0%
    Antoine Lavoisier
  • 0%
    Aleksei Chichibabin
  • 0%
    Dmitri Chernov
  • 100%
    Dmitri Mendeleev

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Q: When athletes are exercising, what craving are extremely important to pay attention to?

  • 0%
    Sweet cravings
  • 100%
    Salt cravings
  • 0%
    Bitter cravings
  • 0%
    Sour cravings

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Q: Who was the Greek philosopher that first suggested that matter is composed of elemental particles?

  • 0%
    Empodocles
  • 0%
    Anaximander
  • 100%
    Aristotle
  • 0%
    Democritus

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Q: Hydrogen, oxygen, carbon and nitrogen are a few of the more recognizable elements. How many known elements are there?

  • 66.7%
    115
  • 22.2%
    250
  • 11.1%
    1,000
  • 0%
    3,555

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Q: Lakes that do not drain into the sea and do not shed their mineral salts, but collect them are called...

  • 0%
    Fresh water lakes
  • 75%
    Terminal lakes
  • 25%
    Meromictic lakes
  • 0%
    Periglacial lakes

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Q: The population of Bolivia is ethnically diverse, but what descent are the majority of Bolivians?

  • 0%
    Croatian
  • 25%
    Spanish
  • 0%
    European
  • 75%
    Aboriginal

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Q: How many degrees below the equator does the country of Bolivia sit?

  • 20%
    5
  • 66.7%
    10
  • 6.7%
    25
  • 6.7%
    45

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