YÖKDİL Sağlık Bilimleri Testleri 2

YÖKDİL Sağlık Testleri 2

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Soru 1

Supplements can help prevent acute respiratory tract infections, particularly among those who are ---- in vitamin D.

A
reluctant
B
persistent
C
efficient
D
deficient
E
redundant
Soru 2

Autism is thought to be two to five times more common ---- men, and some think the condition is caused ---- having an “extreme male brain”.

A
for / at
B
from / to
C
to / of
D
up / out
E
in / by
Soru 3

In 1993, the famous singer ---- from a rare skin disease called vitiligo, which ---- sufferers to lose pigmentation in their skin

A
would have suffered / may cause
B
suffered / causes
C
was suffering / had to cause
D
had suffered / caused
E
would suffer / will cause
Soru 4

---- a rat bite, you first ---- to stop any resulting bleeding.

A
To be treated / had needed
B
To treat / need
C
Having treated / have needed
D
Treating / would need
E
Treated / needed
Soru 5

A study suggests that some antibiotics are indiscriminate, in other words, they act against a wide range of bacteria ---- good ---- bad.

A
rather / than
B
so / that
C
as / as
D
the more / the more
E
both / and
Soru 6

----, the best thing to do is to stop it to allow the muscle to relax.

A
If hand cramps are induced by an activity
B
When the doctors and consultancy services are enough
C
Typists, musicians, and other people who use
D
Unless hand exercisers are used on a routine basis
E
Once with suitable doses after operation
Soru 7

Although removal of both ovaries protects against subsequent development of ovarian cancer, ----.

A
this benefit comes at the cost of an increased risk of cardiovascular disease premenopausal women
B
they compared women who had both ovaries removed with those who had one or none removed
C
forty per cent of women with no specific risk factors for reproductive cancer had their ovaries removed
D
the lifetime risk of developing ovarian cancer is one in fifty-two in the UK
E
fewer women who retained one or both ovaries died within the duration of the study
Soru 8

Unlike viral illnesses, allergies are not associated with fever, fatigue and body aches

A
Virüsten kaynaklanan hastalıklar gibi, birçok alerji türünün de ateş, yorgunluk veya vücut ağrıları ile ilgisi bulunmamaktadır
B
Virüs ile ilgili hastalıkların aksine, alerjiler ateş, aşırı yorgunluk ve vücut ağrıları ile ilgili değildir
C
Virüslerin yol açtığı hastalıklar yüzünden, alerjiler ateş, yorgunluk ve vücut ağrıları ile ilgili değildir
D
Virüsle bağlantılı hastalıklara rağmen, alerjilerin ateş, yorgunluk ve vücut ağrıları ile ilgili olmadığı belirlenmiştir
E
Virüsün yol açtığı hastalıklara rağmen, ateş, yorgunluk ve vücut ağrıları alerjiler ile ilişkili olabilir.
Soru 9

Eating disorders can lead to serious health problems, such as infertility, heart disease, organ failure and even death.

A
Kısırlık, kalp hastalığı, organ yetmezliği ve ölüm gibi ciddi sağlık sorunları ciddi yemek yeme bozukluğundan kaynaklanabilir.
B
Bazı yemek yemek bozukluklarının ölüm dahil kısırlık, kalp hastalığı, organ yetmezliği gibi birçok önemli sağlık sorunlarına yol açtığı bilinir.
C
Yemek yeme bozuklukları, kısırlık, kalp hastalığı, organ yetmezliği gibi ciddi sağlık sorunlarına ve hatta ölüme yol açabilir
D
Yemek yeme bozuklukları kısırlık, kalp hastalığı, organ yetmezliği gibi birçok sağlık sorununa yol açabilir veya ölümle sonuçlanabilir
E
Yemek yeme bozuklukları,sadece sağlık problemlerine değil aynı zamanda kısırlık, kalp hastalığı, organ yetmezliği ve ölüme yol açar
Soru 10

Depresif bozukluk o kadar yaygındır ki altı kişiden biri bu hastalıktan muzdariptir

A
Though depressive disorder is very prevalent, one in six people sees a physician
B
Depressive disorder is universal and one in six people suffer from it.
C
Depressive disorder is so common that one in six people suffer from it.
D
Depressive disorder is widespread and thus one out of six individuals may undergo it.
E
Since depressive disorder is familiar in our lives, one out of six people can experience it.
Soru 11

A diet rich in milk products can reduce the likelihood of osteoporotic fractures. An intake of dairy foods corresponding to three or four glasses of milk a day has been suggested to save at least 20% of healthcare costs related to osteoporosis. However, it may also have undesirable effects. Chronic exposure to galactose is detrimental to health and prompts aging. Even a low dose of galactose can shorten life span due to oxidative stress damage, chronic inflammation, neurodegeneration, decreased immune response, and gene transcriptional changes. The high amount of lactose and therefore galactose in milk makes the recommendations to increase milk intake for prevention of fractures a conceivable contradiction. Because of the high content of lactose in milk, we hypothesized that high consumption of milk may increase oxidative stress, which in turn affects the risk of mortality and fracture.

  •  It is stated in the passage that osteoporotic fractures ----.
A
can result from even average consumption of milk
B
can be prevented with a low dose of galactose
C
are more dangerous when combined with a bone disease for women
D
increase death rates are without milk consumption
E
affect the risk of mortality according to empirical evidence
Soru 12

A diet rich in milk products can reduce the likelihood of osteoporotic fractures. An intake of dairy foods corresponding to three or four glasses of milk a day has been suggested to save at least 20% of healthcare costs related to osteoporosis. However, it may also have undesirable effects. Chronic exposure to galactose is detrimental to health and prompts aging. Even a low dose of galactose can shorten life span due to oxidative stress damage, chronic inflammation, neurodegeneration, decreased immune response, and gene transcriptional changes. The high amount of lactose and therefore galactose in milk makes the recommendations to increase milk intake for prevention of fractures a conceivable contradiction. Because of the high content of lactose in milk, we hypothesized that high consumption of milk may increase oxidative stress, which in turn affects the risk of mortality and fracture.

  • It is clear from the passage that ----.
A
immune systems of all beings are highly delicate
B
there is relationship between healthcare costs and intake of dairy foods
C
cardiovascular diseases also occur when one does not take sufficient calcium
D
in order to avoid fractures, milk intake is the only true solution
E
chronic inflammation is more common than neurodegeneration
Soru 13

A diet rich in milk products can reduce the likelihood of osteoporotic fractures. An intake of dairy foods corresponding to three or four glasses of milk a day has been suggested to save at least 20% of healthcare costs related to osteoporosis. However, it may also have undesirable effects. Chronic exposure to galactose is detrimental to health and prompts aging. Even a low dose of galactose can shorten life span due to oxidative stress damage, chronic inflammation, neurodegeneration, decreased immune response, and gene transcriptional changes. The high amount of lactose and therefore galactose in milk makes the recommendations to increase milk intake for prevention of fractures a conceivable contradiction. Because of the high content of lactose in milk, we hypothesized that high consumption of milk may increase oxidative stress, which in turn affects the risk of mortality and fracture.

  • The main purpose of the author is to ----.
A
warn the reader about the costs of hospital expenditures
B
calculate the average life span of all beings by means of galactose intake
C
show the benefits and drawbacks of calcium intake
D
make readers aware of the possible risks of consuming milk
E
promote milk consumption of children
Soru 14

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that's related to changes in seasons. It begins and ends at about the same times every year. The specific cause of seasonal affective disorder remains unknown. Yet, some factors that may come into play are related to your biological clock, serotonin and melatonin levels. It appears to be more common among people who live far north or south of the equator. This may be due to decreased sunlight during the winter and longer days during the summer months. If you're like most people with SAD, most probably your symptoms will start in the fall and continue into the winter months, sapping your energy and making you feel moody. Symptoms may start out mild and become more severe as the season progresses. In some people with bipolar disorder, spring and summer can bring on symptoms of mania or a less intense form of mania, and fall and winter can be a time of depression. It's normal to have some days when you feel down. But if you feel down for days at a time and you can't get motivated to do activities you normally enjoy, you had better see your doctor.

  • One can infer from the passage that ----.
A
Those living in the equator are more susceptible to SAD
B
People with SAD can rarely overcome it without the help of a doctor
C
The symptoms of SAD may change in type depending on the season
D
Medications for SAD are more effective than, psychotherapy
E
SAD causes depression only in the spring or early summer
Soru 15

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that's related to changes in seasons. It begins and ends at about the same times every year. The specific cause of seasonal affective disorder remains unknown. Yet, some factors that may come into play are related to your biological clock, serotonin and melatonin levels. It appears to be more common among people who live far north or south of the equator. This may be due to decreased sunlight during the winter and longer days during the summer months. If you're like most people with SAD, most probably your symptoms will start in the fall and continue into the winter months, sapping your energy and making you feel moody. Symptoms may start out mild and become more severe as the season progresses. In some people with bipolar disorder, spring and summer can bring on symptoms of mania or a less intense form of mania, and fall and winter can be a time of depression. It's normal to have some days when you feel down. But if you feel down for days at a time and you can't get motivated to do activities you normally enjoy, you had better see your doctor.

  • As pointed out in the passage, most reasons for SAD ----.
A
have nothing to do with in which part of the world you dwell
B
have long been a matter of discussion in medical circles
C
are wide in range as everyone has a different biological clock
D
need to be made public so that people can beat it alone
E
have been identified but what exactly causes it remains a mystery
Soru 16

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that's related to changes in seasons. It begins and ends at about the same times every year. The specific cause of seasonal affective disorder remains unknown. Yet, some factors that may come into play are related to your biological clock, serotonin and melatonin levels. It appears to be more common among people who live far north or south of the equator. This may be due to decreased sunlight during the winter and longer days during the summer months. If you're like most people with SAD, most probably your symptoms will start in the fall and continue into the winter months, sapping your energy and making you feel moody. Symptoms may start out mild and become more severe as the season progresses. In some people with bipolar disorder, spring and summer can bring on symptoms of mania or a less intense form of mania, and fall and winter can be a time of depression. It's normal to have some days when you feel down. But if you feel down for days at a time and you can't get motivated to do activities you normally enjoy, you had better see your doctor.

  • According to the passage, it is natural to ----.
A
feel bad due to the brief absence of sunlight in summer
B
get motivated to do a lot of things in winter
C
have several days on which you become rather moody
D
be hopeless upon being diagnosed with SAD
E
develop SAD even if your biological clock works properly
Soru 17

Thiosinaminum is a homeopathic drug made from mustard seed oil. It is used for a wide variety of medical treatments, such as healing scar tissue, dissolving fibroids and treating tinnitus. Although it can be purchased at homeopathic pharmacies, it can also be made at home. The drug can be taken in various ways. Some choose to inject a liquid solution under the skin. -----.

A
The dosage is dependent on the cause of the tinnitus
B
It is easy to buy thiosinaminum online or at homeopathic drug stores
C
In addition, some ear conditions can be treated quickly by using antibiotics
D
Others, on the other hand, prefer to consume a few capsules each day
E
There are not any scientific studies proving these claims to be true
Soru 18

The demand for new male contraceptive methods is growing. Surveys indicate that the majority of men would be interested in using a new contraceptive, and about 20% of couples already rely on existing male methods for reproductive control. While research has uncovered a variety of new targets for male contraception, no new product has made it to market yet. ----. This is because of the potential side effects and safety risks of hormones for men. However, studies of hormonal approaches continue to receive the most funding as evidenced by the recent publication of serious side effects in a large study of a hormonal method

A
Intravas injection of Vasalgel in adult male rhesus monkeys was effective in preventing conception
B
Preparations are being made for the first clinical trial in humans
C
Many men say they would prefer a non-hormonal option
D
This alternative worked in every single monkey
E
In monkeys there can be additional complications, as it is inherently more complex
Soru 19

(I) Red light therapy is a healing strategy. (II) It makes use of red tinted light in order to stimulate the body’s natural defense systems and bring relief from various ailments. (III) The basis for this type of treatment has to do with the fact that red light helps to activate ATP or adenosine triphospate in the muscle tissues, releasing more energy for the body to use. (IV) Poor circulation is one example. (V) It is possible to employ LED red light therapy at home or undergo treatments conducted by a practitioner.

A
I
B
V
C
II
D
III
E
IV
Soru 20

(I) People are very interested in the future because they are sure that it will be very different from the past. (II) However, nobody knows how the world will look like in the future. (III) Some say that the progress in science and technology will make life more comfortable and machines will do the hard work for human beings. (IV) There might have been special robots for everybody and people would program them according to their needs. (V) Others speculate that the earth will be very crowded and people from our planet will have to live in space.

A
IV
B
V
C
I
D
II
E
III
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