HLTH3700-01.Critical Issues in Health Educ.J14.Gruman,Candace
Critical Issues in Health Educ
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Area of Study
Goals: Students will be able to identify behaviors and factors that prevent or reduce the risk of tobacco, alcohol, and other drug use, misuse, and abuse. The student will understand health-enhancing behaviors that reduce health risks including strategies to reduce and prevent stress-related health practices. Students will understand the concepts related to health promotion and disease prevention as it pertains to behaviors influencing our sexuality. Content: Investigate addictions and addictive behavior. Use, misuse, and abuse of: pharmaceutical drugs, alcohol, tobacco, caffeine, and illicit drugs. Understanding stressors and stress management. Nutritional issues: eating healthy and safe, weight management, and eating disorders. Investigation of multifaceted human sexuality: defining gender identity and roles, the female and male reproductive anatomy, pregnancy, birth control, and sexually transmitted diseases. Taught: Annually.
Gruman, Candace, "HLTH3700-01.Critical Issues in Health Educ.J14.Gruman,Candace" (2014). Syllabi. 2414.
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