SPRING 2018 MHE-110 Healthful Living class information page
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general information
class syllabus
class agenda
Health Research project info
project MLA example page 

Stanislaus Family Justice Center
1625 I Street, Modesto

MJC Mental Health Counseling Services
virtual pamphlet link

week one
course introduction 
Chapter One: Assessing Your Health

lecture notes

assignment one details
setting SMART goals
week & month calendars
behavioral intervention & contract

week two
Chapter Two:
Promoting and Preserving Your Psychosocial Health

 lecture notes
quiz clues

no handouts this week 

MJC Mental Health Counseling Services 
virtual pamphlet link

week three
Chapter Three:
Managing Stress and

Coping with Life's Challenges

 lecture notes
quiz clues

effective studying strategies
taking stress seriously

stress and over eating
50 stress reducers

week four
Chapter Nine:
Eating for a Healthier You

 lecture notes
quiz clues


food label assignment
eating more effectively
will that be water or soda?
what to eat before a big contest
revised dietary guidelines
food rules guide 

week five
Chapter Ten:
Reaching and Maintaining
a Healthy Weight

lecture notes
quiz clues

tips for healthy weight gain

trimming here and there

calorie expenditure chart
Chart of sugar in our foods

mid-term study guide


week six
Chapter Eleven:
Your Personal Fitness 

lecture notes
quiz clues 

power & strength training
effects of steroids
psych. benefits of exercise
exercise routine planning
optimal abdominal workouts
target heart rate worksheet
US Olympic article on flexibility

week seven

chapter four:
preventing violence and injury

Mid-Term Exam
Tuesday, 20 February

 lecture notes
quiz clues

protection from identity theft
Modesto PD personal safety info

project proposal details

week eight
chapter five:
Connecting and Communicating in the Modern World, plus and Understanding Your Sexuality

lecture notes
quiz clues

no handouts this week

Health Research Project details



weeks nine 
chapter six:
Considering Your Reproductive Choices

lecture notes
quiz clues

sexual exposure chart and
common STD information

week  ten
chapters seven & eight: Recognizing and Avoiding Addictions and Drug Abuse Drinking Alcohol Responsibly and ending tobacco use, plus caffeine use

Chapter Seven lecture notes
Chapter Eight lecture notes
quiz clues

community help resources
Medications from the past
illicit drugs of today? 
effects of steroids

benefits of stopping smoking

week eleven
chapters twelve:
Reducing Your Risks for cardiovascular disease, cancer and diabetes

lecture notes
quiz clues

extra weight = extra cancer risk


week twelve

chapter thirteen:
Protecting Against Infectious Diseases and Sexually Transmitted Infections, with Focus on Chronic Disease and Conditions

 lecture notes

quiz clues

common cold treatment sheet

project grading rubric

Health Research Project details and Turnitin instructions

Health Research Projects
due no later than 
Thursday, 5 April
in addition to being uploaded on Turnitin via 
class Canvas site

week thirteen

Chapter fourteen:
Preparing for Aging, Death, and Dying 

 lecture notes
quiz clues 

how the body ages 

family health history card details


final exam study guide


week fourteen 

Chapter fifteen:
Environmental Health

 lecture notes
quiz clues

Click here for MJC's Modesto Junior College
MAPS Programs on Climate Change




week fifteen

Chapter Sixteen:
Making Smart Healthcare Choices Focus and on
Complementary and Alternative Medicine

lecture notes
quiz clues

high costs of prescription drugs


Week Sixteen: 23-28 April 

The MHE-110 final exam will only be given on Tuesday, 24 April in regular class room:

  • Tuesday/Thursday 8:30-9:50am class (Sierra 137):  from 7:30-9:50am
  • Tuesday/Thursday 10:05-11:30am class (regular classroom): from 10:00am-12:50pm
  • Tuesday/Thursday 1:15-2:40pm class (Muir 155): from 1:00-3:50pm

You may take your final in any of the above classes, though Tuesday, 24 April is the only day!

The final is a closed note and book test.  You will be allowed two hand-written 8.5 x 11 double-sided pieces of paper as a study guide.