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BIOL1250 - Fund Of Human Biology/Health
Spring 2014

The aim of personal health is to help students become knowledgeable about health, high-level wellness, and disease prevention. It begins with a general overview of past and present definitions and concepts of health throughout the history of health in the United States. Information is provided about the dynamic controllable and non-controllable features related to issues of health. The course also assists students to maximize both their personal lifestyle behaviors and their health environments by providing them with information and skills to identify the various factors influencing their level of wellness. Information and skills that can be incorporated into a lifestyle will be stressed. As an introduction to issues in personal health, this course will attempt to highlight many content areas and issues related to disease prevention and wellness. In addition, emphasis will be stressed on how to become an informed health consumer and to knowledgeably access the health system at various points throughout the life cycle.
3 Credits

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