An Invitation to Health, 18th Edition
Exploring mind, body and spirit, bestselling health writer Dianne Hales' AN INVITATION TO HEALTH: YOUR LIFE, YOUR FUTURE, 18th Edition, equips you with everything you need to know to adopt a healthy lifestyle right now. It covers new research on such topics as happiness and health, the latest statistics on life expectancy and death rates, mindfulness for college students, 2015-2020 USDA Dietary Guidelines for Americans, immunization, sleep habits, stress levels, safe sex practices, healthier fast food choices, protection from infection, how to recognize substance abuse, dubious diets, fitness monitors and e-cigarettes. It also provides preventive measures, tips for healthy living on a budget, checklists for meeting personal goals and practical strategies that turn small changes into big benefits.
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An Invitation to Health
Psychological and Spiritual WellBeing
Addictive Behaviors and Drugs
A Healthier Environment
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