Can You Answer All 20 Of These Basic Medical Questions?
Our bodies are marvels of science, and knowing how your body works helps you to keep it healthy. You may have learned some of the basics of anatomy and health in school, but how much do you really remember? Take our medical quiz and see if you are ready for med school or if you need to go back to science class!
What are blood cells shaped like?
Which type of cell is found in the brain?
- White blood cells
- Epithelial cells
What is the largest organ in the human body?
What is the largest bone in the body?
What does AIDS stand for?
- Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
- Antiviral Immune Disorder System
- Auto Immune Disorder Syndrome
How many bones do babies have when they are born?
- Between 100-150
- Between 150-270
- Between 270-350
What is the only part of the body that can't heal and repair on its own?
- The heart
- A tooth
- The earlobe
How many bones are in the human skull?
What is the only bone in the body not attached to another bone?
Which of the following insects is known to carry Lyme disease?
What condition can people who are allergic to bee stings suffer if stung?
Which of the following is NOT a type of diabetes?
- Juvenile diabetes
- Type 2 diabetes
- Senior's diabetes
How many taste buds does the average human tongue have?
Which bone are babies born without?
- Knee cap
How much blood does the human body contain?
- 5-6 liters
- 5-6 quarts
- 5-6 gallons
How many weeks is the average human pregnancy?
- 36 weeks
- 40 weeks
- 44 weeks
What is the term for the space between your eyebrows?
Which of the following is a symptom of hypothermia?
- Increase in mental acuity
- Slurred speech
What is the average human body temperature?
- 96.8 degrees F
- 98.6 degrees F
- 86.9 degrees F
What is one reason why people yawn?
- To wake up tired muscles
- To increase your heart rate and blood pressure
- To increase the amount of oxygen in the blood