Quizzes: Online Quizzes

  • Altitude Sickness Quiz

    Gazing down on the spectacular view from a mountaintop can take your breath away. That breathlessness is oftentimes more than just an awestruck reaction to the sights. It can be a symptom of altitude sickness, an illness that can strike hikers, mountain climbers, skiers and anyone who hits the 8,000-foot mark on a mountain.

  • Alzheimer's Disease Quiz

    Find out more about this degenerative disease of the brain by taking this quiz.

  • Anemia Quiz

    Answer this one: What is the most common cause of anemia?

  • Anthrax Quiz

    Anthrax is a serious disease that can affect the skin, lungs, and digestive tract. Learn more about this disease by taking this quiz.

  • Antibiotics Quiz

    Antibiotics have been called "wonder drugs," because of their ability to treat bacterial infections that were once deadly. Antibiotics have saved countless lives since they were first introduced 60 years ago. But over use of these drugs has allowed some bacteria to become resistant to them.

  • Aplastic Anemia Quiz

    Aplastic anemia is a rare blood disorder that affects the growth of blood cells. "Aplastic" means "lack of growth."

  • Appendix Quiz

    The human appendix is a 3- to 6-inch narrow tube located where the small and large intestines join. It's mostly known for becoming inflamed, affecting thousands of Americans each year. To learn more about the appendix, take this quiz.

  • Arthritis Quiz

    True or False: Arthritis affects only the wrist, ankle, and knee joints.

  • Aspirin Quiz

    Each year, more than a million Americans die of heart attacks and other forms of heart disease. Low-dose aspirin therapy is one weapon in the arsenal against heart disease that also includes healthy dieting, adequate exercise, and not smoking. Learn more about aspirin's role in combating heart disease by taking this quiz

  • Asthma Awareness Quiz

    Find out how much you know about asthma basics with this quiz.

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