Student Course Guide for Journey to Health for Hales' An Invitation to Health, 12th / Edition 12 available in Paperback
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To accompany the "Journey to Health" telecourse produced by DALLAS TeleLearning of the LeCroy Center for Educational Telecommunications. The JOURNEY TO HEALTH course explores health in its broadest sense. Students are encouraged to use critical thinking and problem solving skills to develop their own healthy lifestyle using the most current information in the health and wellness field. The telecourse components consist of 26 half-hour video programs, the Hales AN INVIATION TO HEALTH text, the student telecourse guide, a faculty manual, and text-specific teaching and learning tools, including testing. To learn more about the course, visit http://telelearning.dcccd.edu.
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About the Author
Dianne Hales is one of the most widely published and honored health writers in the country. Her bestselling textbooks include AN INVITATION TO HEALTH, AN INVITATION TO HEALTH BRIEF, and AN INVITATION TO WELLNESS. Her trade books include the award-winning compendium of mental health information: CARING FOR THE MIND: THE COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO MENTAL HEALTH, THINK THIN, BE THIN (with Doris Helmering), JUST LIKE A WOMAN: HOW GENDER SCIENCE IS REDEFINING WHAT MAKES US FEMALE, THE MIND-MOOD PILL BOOK, INTENSIVE CARING: NEW HOPE FOR HIGH RISK PREGNANCY (with Dr. Timothy Johnson), HOW TO SLEEP LIKE A BABY, THE U.S. ARMY TOTAL FITNESS PROGRAM, NEW HOPE FOR PROBLEM PREGNANCIES, and THE COMPLETE BOOK OF SLEEP. A contributing editor for PARADE, Hales has written more than 2,000 articles for national publications. She has received numerous writing awards, including prizes from the American Psychiatric Association, American Psychological Association, the National Women's Political Caucus, California Psychiatric Society, CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder), Council for the Advancement of Scientific Education, and the New York City Public Library.