Promotion and Disease Prevention
compare and contrast the components of total wellness (e.g., social, physical,
intellectual, emotional, spiritual).
discriminate between the positive and potentially negative effects of
local and global environmental health problems (e.g., pollution—air, land,
water, noise, exposure to sun, pesticides, food production).
analyze and interpret how public health and social policies, along with
government regulations (e.g., local, state, federal, world health organizations),
influence health promotion and disease prevention.
differentiate between the causes of communicable and non-communicable
identify and apply skills to prevent communicable and non-communicable