Diabetes Jeopardy Game
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Annual Diabetes Jeopardy Review Game
What is the main nutrient in food that raises blood glucose? What is the main nutrient in food that raises blood glucose? A good strategy for healthy eating is to fill 1/2 your plate with this? A good strategy for healthy eating is to fill 1/2 your plate with this? What are your general carbohydrate goal ranges for meals? What are your general carbohydrate goal ranges for meals? What are two startegies you can use to eat healthy while dining out? What are two startegies you can use to eat healthy while dining out? -Avoid fried foods, -Save part of your meal for later (doggie bag), -Ask for what you want, -Share your meal (decrease portion) What are the 2 most unhealthy types of dietary fat that affect your heart? What are the 2 most unhealthy types of dietary fat that affect your heart? 4) To prevent/ address most eye problems including vision loss, people with diabetes should do what? 4) To prevent/ address most eye problems including vision loss, people with diabetes should do what? Name 2 things that you can do to prevent foot problems: Name 2 things that you can do to prevent foot problems: Inspect feet every day, Wash and dry feet thoroughly daily, Look for color changes and signs of infection, Talk to your diabetes educator about cutting toenails Over time, diabetes can cause complications to what parts of your body? Over time, diabetes can cause complications to what parts of your body? Eyes, Emotional Health, Dental Health (gums), Heart and Blood Vessels, Kidneys, Sexual Function, Nerves, and Feet Exercise, Healthy Eating and avoiding tovacco can help prevent ____________. Exercise, Healthy Eating and avoiding tovacco can help prevent ____________. It is important to control blood pressure in order to protect what 2 organs in your body? It is important to contr Continue reading >>
Diabetes Jeopardy Jeopardy Template
WHAT IS THE HORMONE INVOLVED WITH DIABETES WHAT ARE THE TWO TYPES OF DIABETIC PREVENTIONS What is the type of diabetes that genetic and environmental factors trigger What is True or False: Diabetes can lead to cardiovascular disease, kidney failure, blindness, and nerve damage What is the requirement for diabetes control WHAT IS THE TYPE OF DIABETES THAT WIEGHT CONROL AND INCREASED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY HELP PREVENT What is True or False: Inactive individuals are at greater risk for type 2 diabetes What is the type of complication that includes hypoglycemia, ketoacidosis, bacterial/fungal infections, and lactic acidosis What is the hormone injection that type 1 diabetics require WHAT IS THE CURRENT TERM FOR WHAT WAS FORMERLY KNOWN AS ADULT ONSELT DIABETES What is the time frame recommended for daily physical activity? What is the type of diabetes obesity increases the risk for What is the type of complication that includes eye disease (retinopathy), kidney disease (nephropathy), nerve disease (neuropathy), circulatory disease (cardiovascular), amputation What is True or False: There is no cure for diabetes What is an example of a well-portioned meal? chicken (protein), brown rice (grain), broccoli (vegetable), yogurt (calcium), mango (fruit) What is the magic age that makes an individual at risk for type 2 diabetes What are common heart problems diabetics are at risk for STROKE (HEART ATTACK) AND HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE HBA1C, BLOOD PRESSURE, HEALTHY CHOLESTEROL LEVELS WHAT ARE THE OTHER NAMES FOR TYPE I DIABETES INSULIN-DEPENDENT, IMMUNE MEDIATED, AND JUVENILE ONSET DIABETES What is the recommended daily portion of grains, vegetables, fruits, calcium, and protein. 6 oz of grains, 2 1/2 cups of vegetables, 2 cups of fruit, 3 cups of calcium rich foods, and 5 1/2 cups of protei Continue reading >>
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Pharmacy Practice Jeopardy Game
What eye drop must be refrigerated for storage? What is the brand name of Moxifloxacin Eye Drops? What medications are Non-Dihydropyridine Calcium Channel Blockers? What Ace-Inhibitor is available as prinivil and Zestril? What alpha-agonist is available in tablets or patches? What medication is a dihydropyridine calcium channel blocker? What is the generic name of ace inhibitor Altace? What is the brand name of selective beta-1-blocker Tenormin? What medication requires monitoring international normalized ratio? What medication should be taken while sitting down? Flushing is the main side effect of ___________. What drug contains simvastatin and ezetimibe? What class of medications can result in myopathy? Sun sensitivity should be discussed with patients when this medication is dispensed. What medication is used to lower triglycerides? What drug is a potassium sparing diuretic? What drug is indicated for ventricular Arrhythmias? What long acting insulin should be administered at bedtime? What insulins are classified as rapid acting? What insulin is available in 70-30 and 50-50 mixes? What 3 drugs are classified as sulfonylureas? What two medications are contained in Glucovance? What biguandide drug used for diabetes has a prominent side effect of diarrhea? What medication is classified as a Thiazolidinedione (TZD)? What incretin mimetic cannot be used in Type 1 Diabetes? What anti-diabetic drug can cause lactic acidosis? What incretin mimetic is available as a SQ injection? What are 2 medications used as rescue inhalers? What two respiratory medications are beta-agonists? What drug should be protected from light in its solution form? What antitussive cannot be crushed or chewed? What corticosteroid indicated for asthma is available as a HFA inhaler and Diskus? What cor Continue reading >>
[q&a] Alex Trebek On 'jeopardy!'s' Longevity, His Health Issues And When He Might Retire | Hollywood Reporter
As the game show turns 50, the 73-year-old, Canada-born host who has spent 30 years grilling contestants about everything from radioactive isotopes to the War of 1812 answers THR's questions. A version of this story first appeared in the May 23 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. I was counting up my various surgeries the other day and I think it's close to 20 now different parts of my body and people often ask, they say, "You appear to be in good shape, do you work out?" I say, "No." "Do you diet?" "No." "Do you eat well?" "Well, sort of," but my breakfast of champions for years was a Snickers and a Diet Pepsi, and this past year I ran into a nutritionist who said, "Oh, Alex that's terrible! You've got to be eating better than that at the start of the day." So I changed. I stopped eating Snickers and Diet Pepsi and I replaced them with Milky Ways and Diet Cokes, so you're not going to catch me eating properly in the mornings. I do have a good solid dinner every evening, but I find that there must be some kind of camel blood in me because if I'm working outside and I love working around the house if I'm doing physical labor I never think of food; I don't get hungry, I don't get thirsty, and as a result my body cramps up like mad in the evenings, and I just go crazy complaining. And so I should drink more water, but I don't have a regimen, a good-health type regimen. Did the heart attack do anything to change your regimen? No, and the second heart attack didn't do anything either, so I'm good. PHOTOS:'Jeopardy!' at 50: Through the Years Congratulations on your Guinness record as the person who has hosted the most TV game shows. Have you had any communication with Bob Barker, whose record you broke? No, we haven't had any communication about this. I had lunch with Continue reading >>
If Diabetes Were A Realty Tv Game Show...
We're sorry, an error occurred. We are unable to collect your feedback at this time. However, your feedback is important to us. Please try again later. We're keeping it light today since it's a Friday, and many from our community are attending the annual CWD Friends For Life conference at DisneyWorld in Orlando, FL -- our own Mike Hoskins included. We'll have a report on the FFL experience and the second-ever MasterLab advocacy event next week, but in the meantime, let's mix it up with a little fun from a friend in the international DOC (Diabetes Online Community). Say hello to Ilana Lucas from Toronto, who many may know as a fellow D-blogger over at D iaturgy. She was diagnosed at age 12 back in 1997, and we've been longtime fans of hers. We also have to wish her a belated congrats on her wedding about nine months ago! Today, Illana wonders: What if diabetes were a game show on reality TV?If you're curious too, read on... Diabetes islike an over-monitored version of Reality TV, except its all too real. What might beentertaining on screen becomes less so when you have to deal (or not deal) withit, but, alas, the games afoot! Step right up, and welcome to your diabetes realitygame show! Up first is Diabetes Jeopardy!One wrong move and you can lose everything. Just like inyour actual life with diabetes, everything is in the form of a question. Categoriesmay include Things You Ate Three Weeks Ago to Cause That High, Excuses MadeBy Your Insurance Company, or Things that Beep Inopportunely. Insulin is always included in "Potent Potables,"which in our version is called "Impotent Pancreases." You may find that its hardto play if youre already in the hole, starting with a disadvantage; you may noteven get to Final Jeopardy. Finally, just like a hospital bill, who knowswhats co Continue reading >>
Is The Future Of Our Children In Jeopardy?
Is the Future of Our Children in Jeopardy? Is the Future of Our Children in Jeopardy? Health Hacks One in five children now faces increased risks for serious obesity-related conditions. DID YOU KNOW?: Type-2 Diabetes, hypertension and high cholesterol are striking our children more than ever before. Over the past three decades, the rate of childhood obesity in the United States has tripled. Nearly one in three of our children is overweight or obese,and less than 22 percent of them are getting the recommended amounts of fruit and vegetables each day.The health and future of our children is in jeopardy, and the implications are serious. To put it in perspective, one in five children now faces increased risks for serious obesity-related conditions. In fact, Type-2 Diabetes, hypertension and high cholesterol are striking our children more than ever before. To put it plainly, if we cant stop this trend, todays generation of children will be the first to live shorter lives than their parents. Our childrens lifestyle has changed dramatically over the past two decades. From physical education classes being cut in schools to the explosive popularity of video games and social networking, our childrens concept of "play" now involves a chair and a scree. Yet this is only just the tip of the iceberg. There are so many factors that have a hand in the diminishing quality of our children's health; we must recognize and address each of them. "Through diet, activity, and family involvement, you can take ownership of your childs and your familys health." Food portions, for instance, have gotten bigger, fast food is seemingly everywhere and our culture promotes less physical activity. It all adds up to our children eating more bad food and moving less. And often, economically disadvantage Continue reading >>
National Ag Safety Database - National Ag Safety Database
Name one common way the body gets rid of heat? What happens to the bodys blood vessels when the body is stressed by heat? Name 3 environmental conditions that make it very hot for a worker Name 1 common internal and 1 common external source of heat stress What is the difference between heat stress and heat illness? What kind of clothing will make heat stress worse? What kind of personal conditioning may make you more at risk for a heat illness. What kind of diet would put a worker at risk for heat illness in hot weather? What 2 chronic medical conditions make a worker at greater risk for heat illness? Name 2 illnesses that would make a person more susceptible to heat illness? Where on the body would you find a heat rash? What is the most dangerous consequence of heat syncope (fainting) Heat cramps are the result of the loss of what electrolyte (body mineral)? Jose is acting crazy, has dry red skin that feels very hot when you touch it. What kind of heat illness is this? Name 2 ways to treat the skin folds of a heat rash? What would you recommend a worker to do when suffering from heat cramps? What would you NOT recommend a worker take when suffering from heat cramps? If a person faints while working hard, what kind of heat illness should you assume this is? What is the best way to rapidly cool the body if you have no ice baths? Continue reading >>
Diabetes Jeopardy! | A Mom's World
musings on motherhood, writing, and other stuff, by Jennifer Clark Estes Sometimes I wonder if anyone in my house can remember a time when diabetes wasnt always on our minds. Its become part of our normal, the routine, something like washing your hands before you eat dinner or the fact that theres homework on school days. You dont think too much about it its justthere. Most days, anyway. Some days, its all we talk about or think about. Maybe because Mitzis very high or very low or is sick or has a lot of sports or shes rebelling in her preteen way about all the stuff in her life and diabetes management is just another boundary to push. Yesterday, we all had diabetes on the mind because of MCAS, the state-wide mandated standardized tests given twice a year. Mitzi had her first round yesterday, so, starting the night before, we prepared. Not for the academics, though we prepared for the blood sugars. MCAS is a unique annoyance for Mitzi (even more than it usually is for every other child or adult who has to suffer the ridiculous things). If her blood sugar is too high, she cant start the test when the other kids do and cant even start until its normal. And if it doesnt normalize in enough time that she can take the test on that particular day, she has to make it up, missing class. If it happens on test day number two well, more makeups, more missed class. Avoiding that scenario was in all of our best interests. Blood sugar was on my mind when I woke up. What would it be? How early should I wake her up to test and find out? A low-carb breakfast was on the menu (scrambled eggs, while the other kids got pancakes). Would it be okay? Luckily, it was. Normal at breakfast, even lower throughout the day. We discussed it at dinner, praising Mitzi for managing herself so well all Continue reading >>
From Sciencewriters: What Is "jeopardy!"?
From ScienceWriters: What is "Jeopardy!"? From ScienceWriters: What is "Jeopardy!"? Submitted by Cybrarian on Thu, 10/15/2015 - 08:12 On March 10, at a massive sound stage here in the heart of Los Angeles, Alex Trebek stared down three contestants on the game show "Jeopardy!" The legendary host has presided over the TV show for 31 years, and that day he read off the following clue, which also appeared on a blue screen behind him: This condition has doubled in the last 30 years in U.S. kids & is linked to increased risk for diabetes. "Jeopardy!" famously phrases its clues as answers. Contestants win money if they are first to press their buzzer and can then come up with the matching question or lose money if they fail. After one contestant buzzed in and offered "What is autism?," Trebek swiftly rejected the response and turned to the next one to buzz in. That person earned Trebeks approval with: "What is obesity?" But this was a matter of science, which is both a mainstay of the show and among the trickiest territories it covers. Billy Wisse, head writer for "Jeopardy!" and one of the judges who sits on the set to evaluate nuances in responses, immediately got on the phone to his team of 15 writers and researchers, who sit about a city block from the sound stage. They watch the taping live and Google madly when a wrong response is plausible. Wisse soon asked a producer on the set to stop taping while his team figured out if autism was also linked to diabetes. [A minute and half later, Trebek says there is good news. The judges decided autism is an acceptable answer.] For those who have never seen an episode of "Jeopardy!" it debuted in 1964 and ranked number 45 on TV Guides list of the 60 greatest American television programs of all time this smart persons game show pre Continue reading >>
Here are 156 free nursing games with some 6,000 questions designed to make your nurse learning / education more interesting, engaging and fun! In this section we have developed, and are experimenting with, different kinds of educational nursing games. Online games are very popular, so why not apply them to your nursing education? The Super Nurse and Word Guess games have been developed in HTML5. Therefore, the latest browser versions of Internet Explorer (IE10/11), Firefox, Chrome or Safari need to be used. These games can also be played on most mobile devices. We have enhanced the games software to produce a Report that you can print out and keep for your records, or to hand in for assignments. For statistical and research purposes, the game results are now being tracked and recorded. Click on a Title below to open up a specific nursing educational game in a new window. If you find the audio annoying or distracting, click the Mute button on your computer. Enjoy! 1.1 Abdominal Pain Use this game to test and review your knowledge of common causes of abdominal pain. (This is a HTML5 game where 15 items are randomly selected from a pool of 45 questions; so each time the game will be different). 1.2 Anatomy & Physiology I Test and refresh your general knowledge of the basic components of human anatomy and physiology. (15 items selected randomly from 45 questions). 1.3 Anatomy & Physiology II More questions to test your general knowledge about human anatomy and physiology. (15 items selected from 45 questions). 1.4 Back Pain Test and refresh your knowledge of the most common causes of acute lower back pain. (15 items selected from 40 questions). 1.5 Bacteria Test and refresh your knowledge of the most common bacteria and the infections they cause. (15 items selected from 50 Continue reading >>
Diabetes Jeopardy Game
What is the time frame recommended for daily physical activity? Puts you at added risk of complications from diabetes What is BALANCE OF DIET, EXERCISE, MEDICATION The inability in men to get or maintain an erection. A possible complication of diabetes. WHAT IS THE TYPE OF DIABETES THAT WIEGHT CONROL AND INCREASED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY HELP PREVEN Prediabetes blood glucose level (range) after Fasting Plasma glucose (FPG) test Weighted average of blood sugar over the last 3 months These reduce blood sugar in type 2 Diabetes but do not contain insulin Improves your bodys use of insulin, blood sugar and fat Symptoms of this include shortness of breath, nausea or vomiting, dry mouth or fruity smelling breath What are the abdomen, arms, thighs and buttocks? A form of diabetes management that keeps blood glucose as close to normal as possible. What is the type of diabetes that genetic and environmental factors trigger A blood test that measures the amount of glucose in the blood usually shortly after eating or drinking. What is the expiration date or 30 days after opening? WHAT ARE THE OTHER NAMES FOR TYPE I DIABETES (LIST 2) What is INSULIN-DEPENDENT and JUVENILE ONSET DIABETES This raises bad cholesterol and lowers good cholesterol What are common heart problems diabetics are at risk for What is STROKE (HEART ATTACK) AND HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE What is high blood sugar or hyperglycemia? What is HBA1C, BLOOD PRESSURE, HEALTHY CHOLESTEROL LEVELS Continue reading >>
J! Archive - Claudia Perry
A sports copy editor from Jersey City, New Jersey... She was a pop music critic when she first appeared on Jeopardy! in 1996, but was offered a spot at her current job as a sports copy editor after a former editor caught her performance on Jeopardy! "Cheerful and somewhat ruthless" is how the Jersey City resident describes her approach to the game. Jeopardy! is a family affair for Claudia; her sister also appeared as a contestant. Claudia serves as president of the Society of American Baseball Research, is an avid cyclist and in her spare time raises money for diabetes research. Hi, I'm Claudia Perry. I first appeared on Jeopardy! in 1997. Watch me participate in Jeopardy!'s Million Dollar Masters tournament. Right now you're watching me on jeopardy.com . I'm a sports copy editor at a newspaper in Newark, New Jersey. What is your fondest memory from your previous appearances on Jeopardy!? Well, um, that's hard to say. There were so many things about it that were really a lot of fun. Um, I think my favorite was my fourth game of my regular season winnings. Uh, I just was totally in the zone, and I just creamed my opponents, and that felt really good. They were nice people, but it was great to win. Did anything unusual happen when you were on the show? Ah, yes! The first show I was on I finished third with a dollar--I won an attractive fax machine, I believe--because they had buzzer problems during my show to the point where they actually stopped tape in the middle of the show and changed everybody's buzzer out because mine wasn't working properly. So the good folks at Jeopardy! called me after that show taped and said that they thought that I really didn't get a fair chance, and so, when I came back, I was a four-time winner, could have been a five-time winner if I had Continue reading >>
Jamaica And Flushing Hospital On A Mission To Beat Diabetes
Jamaica and Flushing Hospital On A Mission To Beat Diabetes Last month was National Diabetes Awareness Month and in observance of this important occasion Flushing and Jamaica Hospital Medical Center participated in several events to raise awareness. On November 19th Jamaica Hospital created displays in the main lobby that educated guests and employees about the general facts of the disease, as well as the importance of wound care, skin care and nutrition for diabetics. The displays were fun and interactive. They included games such as Diabetes Jeopardy and other trivia- based activities. Participants were entered to win grand prizes and others won giveaways on the spot. Flushing Hospital Medical Center sponsored a Diabetes Champion Program. It was a full, two day, program in which staff received in-depth education and training in diabetes pathophysiology, blood glucose monitoring, oral anti-diabetic medications, Insulin, medical nutrition, as well as the importance of exercise and patient education methods. A goal of the program was for the Diabetes Champions to continue to develop their skills and work towards becoming Certified Diabetes Educators. The role of a Diabetes Educator is to improve diabetes management among our patients by addressing their questions or concerns regarding the disease. According to the American Diabetes Association, nearly 30 million children and adults in the United States have diabetes. Another 86 million Americans have prediabetes and are at risk for developing type 2 diabetes. Jamaica and Flushing Hospital are proud to be a part of the movement that raises awareness and educates the public about this growing and life threatening disease. Both hospitals take their roles very seriously and are planning future initiatives to continue to edu Continue reading >>
Children With Diabetes - Friends For Life 2002 - Friday
After a great breakfast in the banquet area behind the exhibit hall on Friday morning, families headed off to sessions. Teens had a full day, beginning with Pizza, Burgers, and Tacos: Go Figure! to teach them how to eat out, followed by a session on teen advocacy and another session on carb counting. Kids in daycare had the morning inside and enjoyed the Family Activity Village right after lunch (our kids had green dots on their back so we could easily spot them). Teens had the Family Activity Village after the younger kids departed. Friday included a double-length "Dad's Session," giving dads an opportunity to talk about the unique challenges they face as the father of a child with diabetes. John Walsh repeated his well-received pump workshops, one for beginners and one for people experienced with pumping. "Learning About Diabetes Can be Fun" for the little kids included a Diabetes Jeopardy game . Other sessions included managing hypoglycemia, advanced MDI, diabetes in school, and a very well attended session by Dr. Richard Rubin on keeping the family and marriage healthy. With the exhibit hall open only until noon, families made good use of the time to meet with representatives from the 33 companies who came to share their products. Companies large and small were all welcomed with enthusiasm and warmth by our families. Medtronic MiniMed brought Miss America 1999 Nicole Johnson to meet families at their booth. Nicole signed autographs in copies of her book , Living with Diabetes , or a poster, and posed for photos with kids and families . In the photo on the left, she compares finger stick marks with a boy who was at first shy but immediately discovered a unique bond with Nicole. During the afternoon, the Family Activity Village was set up outside the convention cente Continue reading >>