sci163t | undergraduate
Elements Of Health And Wellness
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Healthy Balance of Mind and Body
- Identify the factors that affect your personal health.
- Recognize the mind-body connection.
The Rewards of Physical Fitness, Nutrition, and Health Management
- Identify components of a healthy diet in comparison to an unhealthy diet.
- Identify lifestyle practices that contribute to healthy weight.
- Recall the relationship between nutrition and health.
- Identify components of a sound fitness program.
- Recall what addiction is and how it affects those involved emotionally and physically.
- Recognize how drugs, tobacco, and alcohol affect health.
- Recognize how drug, tobacco, and alcohol use can be avoided or ended.
Infection and Chronic Diseases
- Recognize the transmission, effects, and treatment of infectious disease.
- Recall the effects and treatment of chronic disease.
Healthy Living Choices
- Identify ways an individual can be an effective health care consumer.
- Select changes a person could make to improve or maintain their health.
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