Which if these describe a common impact of pregnancy for unmarried adolescent partners?


Answer 1
Answer: The adolescent male has been ignored in previous reviews and discussions of adolescent pregnancy since teenage pregnancy and childbearing has traditionally been viewed as a female issue

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Before assessing the respiratory adequacy of a semiconscious infant or child, you must:


You must be sober and never drink while pregnant

To get stronger, you should use a. many repetitions with maximum weight.
b. a few repetitions with minimum weight.
c. a few repetitions with maximum weight.
d. many repetitions with no weight.


To get stronger means to improve and increase the muscle strength, which is the ability to exert a maximal amount of force for a short period of time. To get stronger, you should use a few repetitions with maximum weight. Lifting heavy weights increases the overall maximum strength and greatly improves the ability to lift heavier weights.

C. Strength is improved by lifting the heaviest weight possible and because the weight is so heavy the number of repetitions must be low. This will cause adaptions in the muscle fiber that make lifting heavier weights possible.

15. List the five levels of Maslow's hierarchy of needs. (1 point) self-actualization, esteem, love/belonging, food, shelter

self-actualization, esteem, love/belonging, safety, physiological

esteem, safety, shelter, food, love/belonging

safety, physiological, esteem, food, shelter



self-actualization, esteem, love/belonging, safety, physiological (The second answer)

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33. Ethanol is the active principle in intoxicating drinks. A. True B. False


The answer is true. Hope this helps!
Answer is true!!!!!!
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