HSC2012-3 Foundations for Health (NM)

HSC2012 Foundations for Health (NM) (2 credits)

Foundations for Health is a study of the principles of health and hygiene. With the theme of illness prevention, it examines nutritional needs, immunizations, environmental hygiene, and other methods of disease control. The course focuses on practical methods for protecting health, such as safety in the home, safe care during pregnancy and childbirth, and water purification. It also stresses how to recognize symptoms of many common ailments and how to treat these problems to prevent further sickness or complications. The course concludes with instructions on basic first aid for emergency situations.
Prerequisite or sequence recommendation:
None
Materials required:
IST: Foundations for Health by Paul R. Williams and JoAnn E.
Butrin

HSC2013 Foundations for Health (NM) (3 credits)

See description of HSC2012 Foundations for Health above. This course is the same as HSC2012 Foundations for Health except that a CRA must be completed. The textbook for the CRA is listed under “materials required.”
Prerequisite or sequence recommendation:
None
Materials required:
IST: Foundations for Health by Paul R. Williams and JoAnn E. Butrin
CRA Textbook: Fitness and Wellness (8th ed.) by Werner
Hoeger and Sharon Hoeger
New International Version of the Bible