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1.13.4: Protecting Health- Optional Continued Learning

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    The videos below provide an opportunity to expand on your learning from the chapter. As you watch the video, make a list of what you notice and what you wonder. This is a great strategy to listen purposefully, engage with the content, and look for deeper opportunities for self growth, self-reflection, and learning.

    What do you notice?

    • How does this topic support, expand, or challenge the content in the chapter?
    • How does this topic connect to health topics from other chapters?
    • How does this topic connect with your prior learning, your experiences, your work, your family, or your life in general?
    • How does this topic help you to more fully understand health and wellness?

    What do you wonder?

    • How has this topic sparked your curiosity?
    • What would you like to know more about?
    • What questions did you have as you reviewed the topic?
    • What other popular and scholarly sources support or refute this topic?

    Videos for continued learning and application

    Note: These videos are intended to more fully reflect on health. You might agree or disagree with the videos and that is ok! Utilize these videos to critically think through the topics and identify other sources, both scholarly and popular, to convey your learning.

    Can you actually boost your immune system? Here’s the truth

    How mRNA medicine will change the world

    How we study the microbes living in your gut

    Insights on HIV, in stunning data visuals

    Sex, drugs and HIV — let’s get rational

    The Immune System

    Ugly History: The US syphilis experiment

    We’re covered in germs. Let’s design for that.

    What is HPV and how can you protect yourself from it?

    Which is better: Soap or hand sanitizer?

    Why it’s so hard to cure HIV/AIDS


    This page titled 1.13.4: Protecting Health- Optional Continued Learning is shared under a CC BY-SA 4.0 license and was authored, remixed, and/or curated by Sally Baldwin.

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