The MHE-110 final exam will only be given on Tuesday, 10 December:
Tuesday/Thursday 8:30-9:50am class (John Muir 163): from 7:30-9:50am
Tuesday/Thursday 10:05-11:30am class (Sierra 132): from 10:00am-12:50pm
Tuesday/Thursday 1:15-2:40pm class (Sierra 132): from 1:00-3:50pm
You may take your final in any of the above classes, though Tuesday, 10 Dec. is the only day!
‘It is health that is real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver.’
Upload your project and check your grades via: https://yccd.blackboard.com/
|Interesting website addressing challenges facing college freshmen students concerning diet, weight gain and lack of exercise: http://www.freshman15.com/
click here for an interesting article on the benefit of bananas
click here for a great visual of how much sugar is in our foods
Great resource library for all your health information and self-action project resources at McHenry Village, Modesto: click here for info link, or refer to: www.suttergould.org/mainolibrary
Fall'13 Extra Credit Opportunities:
Throughout the semester there are health related seminars which will enhance your understanding of current topics. To earn 20 points you must attend one or several of these seminars and turn into Dr. Shrock a 5x8 card sighed by the presenter with a one-sided summation of what you learned.
Science Colloquium Presentations: These short sessions are open to the public and admission is free.
Wednesday, 2 October: 3-4 p.m., Science 115 (West Campus): Dr. John Gerling, 'Are we Nuking (Microwaving) Ourselves?"
Thursday, 10 October: 7:00-8:30pm, Forum 110 (East Campus): Mother: 7million. Film and panel discussion on the world's population growth.
Student Health Center Seminars: These short sessions are open to the public and admission is free.
Thursday, 10 October: 12:00-1:00pm, Electronics 116 (East Campus): NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) 'In our Own Voice' is a presentation by two speakers who has had a mental illness though are now in recover. They will also give background about NAMI and offer resources about the program and how to get support.
Thursday, 7 November: 12:00-1:00pm, Electronics 116 (East Campus): Derek Warring, former dean of MJC Counseling, will discuss how to reduce stress in our lives. You will learn how to recognize the signs of stress and techniques that you can use to effectively manage it.Thursday, 7 November: 7:00pm, forum 110 (east campus) PBS Frontline film: The Meth Epidemic. Hour film documenting the devastation of meth in the US with a panel Q & A afterwards.
Thursday, 21 November 12:00-1:00pm, Electronics 116 (East Campus): Jennifer Smith of the Center of Human Services will be presenting information depression and self-care.
Thursday, 21 November: 7:00-8:30pm, Forum 110 (East Campus): Faith and the Environment: Challenges and Solutions”—A Panel Discussion
Thursday, 5 December: 12:00-1:00pm, Agriculture 133 (room change) (East Campus): 'A New State of Mind' A one-hour documentary concerning the stigma of mental illness. The film also shines a light on the far-reaching effects of the stigma related to mental illness.
Discover Yosemite National Park: (click here for the Yosemite NP website)