2023 NECO GCE Health Education (Test of Practical) Answers

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Mammalian skin

A – Hair Papilla
B – Epidermis
C – Stratum corneum
D – Malpighian layer
E – Sebaceous gland

It produces and secretes sebum, an oily substance that lubricates and waterproofs the skin, preventing it from drying out and maintaining its health and flexibility.

(i) Acne
(ii) Eczema
(iii) Psoriasis
(iv) Dermatitis


Mentrual cycle phases

III – Luteal phase
I – Follicular phase
IV – Menstrual phase
II – Ovulation phase

It is crucial for reproductive health in humans, facilitating the preparation of the uterus for potential pregnancy and providing insights into overall well-being and hormonal balance in women.

Ovulation stage

I – Ovarian follicles mature, and one dominant follicle releases an egg, while the endometrium thickens in preparation for a potential pregnancy.

IV – The shedding of the uterine lining occurs, leading to menstrual bleeding, as the body prepares for a new reproductive cycle.

(i) Anovulation
(ii) Amenorrhea


(i) Handwashing
(ii( Vaccination
(iii) Safe food handling
(iv) Safe water practices
(v) Use of protective equipment
(vi) Vector control

(3c) Alexander Fleming

(3d) [PICK ONE]
(i) Salmonella infection
(ii) E. coli infection
(iii) Norovirus infection
(iv) Listeriosis
(v) Hepatitis A

(i) Eradicating extreme poverty and hunger
(ii) Achieving universal primary education
(iii) Promoting gender equality and empowering women

(i) Whole grains
(ii) Fruits and vegetables .

(i) Drug Abuse and Trafficking: National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA)
(ii) Disaster in states: National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA)
(iii) Product Standardization: Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON)
(iv) Disease Outbreak: Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC)
(v) Consumers Dissatisfaction and Complaint: Consumer Protection Council (CPC)
(vi) Health Insurance: National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS)

(i) Chronic diseases
(ii) Infectious diseases

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