Health Education is designed to give students an awareness of the importance of one’s health in improving the quality of life. Course content includes choosing and financing health services; communicable diseases; chronic disorders; abuse of drugs, alcohol, and tobacco; and other topics related to developing health-educated individuals.
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The purpose of this course is to (a) acquire knowledge of physical fitness concepts (b) understand the influence of lifestyle on health and fitness, and (c) begin to develop an optimal level of fitness. The content includes, but not limited to, the following: -safety practices -technology applications -assessment of health-related fitness -components of physical fitness -health problems associated with inadequate fitness levels -psychological values of physical fitness, including stress management -evaluation of physical activities in terms of fitness value -fitness program design –nutrition -benefits derived from participation in physical activity.
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This course is designed to help students become more aware of stress and how to manage stressful events in their lives.
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