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Author(s): David C Nieman
Fitness & Your Health has been written to satisfy the general education requirement for physical education. In many colleges and universities students are given the option to take a class that focuses on fitness and health issues. Fitness & Your Health uses a physical fitness approach to educate the student on the most important health issues of our time.
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Author(s): William R Lamb
Golf is more than a game; it’s a journey. Along the way we develop lifelong friendships, learn much about responsibility, commitment, the benefits of hard work, and more than anything else, ourselves. The game can and should provide each of us with a lifetime full of enjoyment.
Author(s): Jan Duquette
South Orange County has an abundance of trails, unknown by many residents and visitors to this stunning California Coastal area. The remarkable areas vary from sandy beaches, inland canyons, and trails with panoramic views of the sometimes snow-capped Saddleback Mountains, all the way to the majestic Pacific Ocean.
Author(s): Gayle Wells
You only have one body, and how well you take care of it will determine how you feel later in life. Health and wellness are important for everyone—not just as a way to prevent disease, but also as a way to live better by making healthier choices.
This manual will work in tandem to your health and wellness course. This guide contains presentations, readings, activities, and discussions related to key elements of health and wellness such as:
Author(s): Terry Husband
Every day in early childhood and elementary classrooms, teachers facilitate instruction, plan lessons, and implement activities from a pseudo “raceless” framework. For many of these teachers there is an implicit and unconscious dedication to keeping race and racism out of the discourse on early childhood teaching and learning. Nonetheless, the topic of race and racism in the elementary classroom is ever present especially in classrooms where there is interaction between and among individuals of different ethnicities and race.
Author(s): Jaime Diaz
The profound effect that certain drugs have on behavior has ignited popular curiosity and has prompted a scientific search for the brain mechanisms that might be altered with drugs.
Written by Jaime Diaz, an active neuroscientist, the new third edition of How Drugs Influence Behavior: A Neuro-Behavioral Approach helps readers learn and understand how drugs alter behavior.
Author(s): Shoshanah Jacobs
Humans in the Natural World teaches science to non-science majors without reinforcing the stereotypes that follow many students around. It demonstrates the scientific method and that tendency towards biophilia (attraction to biological things) could be harnessed to develop an appreciation for biological systems and, maybe, even science.
Humans in the Natural World by Shoshanah Jacobs: