HEA 106 Studies in Health and Wellness (1 credits)

Wellness is a dynamic process of balancing multiple lifestyle factors to achieve personal heartiness and happiness. The connections between personal choices and health outcomes are emphasized, along with recognition of the signs and symptoms of common causes of illness and death in the United States. Students will be introduced to strategies and resources which enable them to make informed decisions about their wellness. Topics discussed include: stress management, diet, substance use, relationships, sex and sexuality, exercise, and chronic and communicable diseases.