Quiz: How much do I know about vaccines? Posted under Quizzes. Updated 18 November 2014. +Related Content FacebookTwitteremailPrintTake our quiz to find out how much you really know about vaccines!1. The Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is: One of the most common sexually transmitted diseases Usually spread by direct skin-to-skin contact during sex A cause of genital warts and cervical cancer All of the above2. You are at risk of HPV if you: Are sexually active Have many sexual partners Know that your partner has HPV All of the above3. What is the SAFEST way to lower your chances of getting HPV (Human Papillomavirus)? Make sure you and/or your partner always use a condom Take a shower right after you have sexual contact Do NOT have sexual contact with anyone Use birth control pills4. What sentence BEST describes the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine? It cures HPV It protects against up to 9 different types of HPV It is given only to newborns It prevents vaginal yeast infections5. What statement BEST describes Pertussis? Pertussis is a virus that causes pneumonia. Pertussis is a virus that is sexually transmitted. Pertussis, also called "whooping cough," is a bacterial infection. Pertussis is no longer a threat to humans.6. The BEST way to protect yourself from getting Pertussis if you're a teen is: Avoid anyone who is coughing Tell your friends to cover their mouth when they cough Take a vitamin every day Get the booster vaccine Tdap7. What option BEST describes Meningococcal disease? Meningococcal disease is usually spread by being close to an infected person who is coughing or sneezing. Meningococcal disease causes symptoms such as high fever, headache, stiff neck, and vomiting. Meningococcal disease is a serious illness that can cause permanent brain damage. All of the above statements are correct.8. What is the BEST way to lower your risk of getting Meningococcal Disease? Live in a four bedroom dorm Share water bottles with your friends Get the Meningococcal vaccine Don't travel outside of the United StatesTime is Up!