School of Health Sciences and Human Performance

Health Courses

HLTH 10200 - Medical Terminology NLA

The language of medicine is explored through study of the structure, use, and pronunciation of medical terms used to describe human anatomy, disease conditions, diagnostic tests, and treatment methods. 3 credits. (F-S,Y)

HLTH 10500 - Healthy Choices LA

Promotes healthy lifestyle choices to establish and maintain high levels of wellness and contribute positively to academic and personal achievement. Topics are contemporary issues and situations that college students commonly confront such as substance abuse, weight management, eating disorders, and sexuality. Not open to students who have taken HLTH 11300. Open to first-year students only. 1 credit. (F-S,Y)

HLTH 10600 - Introduction to Health Promotion LA

Introduces students to the related disciplines of health promotion from historical and contemporary perspectives. Health promotion theories and models are introduced. Literature, research, issues and scientific foundations are examined. Students will explore the various duties of professionals in these fields as well as the variety of available career options. 3 credits. (F,Y)

HLTH 11000 - War, Hunger, and Genocide: An International Health Perspective LA

An investigation of the cost — human and economic — of organized violence, including genocide, and the efforts being made to ameliorate or eliminate the devastation. Particular emphasis is placed on the role that can be played by health care professionals who believe that war may be a preventable phenomenon that can be eradicated by traditional public health methods that have triumphed over other major health problems in the past. 3 credits. (S,Y)

HLTH 11300 - Personal Health 1 LA NS TE

Designed to provide expert knowledge about health and health care that is available to the individual. Emphasizes wellness and health promotion in areas that concern students such as exercise, stress, nutrition, weight management, contraception, intimate relationships, HIV infection, drugs, and alcohol.. 3 credits. (F-S,Y)

HLTH 12200 - Emergency Health Care NLA

Provides emergency health care instruction in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and first aid. This course is strongly recommended for anyone interested in coaching, teaching, or camping. Successful completion of this course can result in American Red Cross certification in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and basic life support and standard first aid. 1 credit. (F-S,Y)

HLTH 12300 - Community Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) NLA

Trains individuals to act in emergency situations and to recognize and care for life-threatening respiratory or cardiac emergencies in infants, children, and adults. 0.5 credit. (S,Y)

HLTH 13000 - Healthy Viewings: Media, Medicine, and Health LA

Representations of medicine and health in popular culture. The meanings of these representations are studied in relationship to the building of stereotypes, development of policies, and framing of arguments in public discourse. Course includes extensive screening of examples from the media. 3 credits. (IRR)

HLTH 13901 - Technology for the Professional Edge LA TE

Integration of instructional, communication, assessment, and computer concepts and skills necessary for the use of information technology in diverse physical activity and health settings. Includes introduction to the social and ethical issues inherent in the use of computers in health and school settings. A student may receive credit for only one of the following courses: COMP 11000, EXSS 13900, HLTH 13901. 3 credits. (F-S,Y)

HLTH 14000 - Cyborgs, Clones, and Policy: New Technologies in Health and Medicine LA

Investigation and analysis of new medical and health technologies in the changing environment of health and medicine and how they affect policies for healing and prevention of illness and disease. Emphasis is given to the discourse of the body as a machine, its impact on health policies, and the effect of new technologies on relationships among health care providers, patients, and their families. Subjects include biotechnology, cloning, the Internet, digital medicine, and eugenics. 3 credits. (S,Y)

HLTH 15200 - Introduction to Health and Physical Education NLA TE

Introduces students to the related disciplines of health education and physical education in U.S.K-12 public schools and society from historical and contemporary perspectives. Rationales for goals, standards, and national initiatives in each field will be stressed, as well as their relationship to the coordinated school health model. Students will explore the various duties of professionals in these fields as well as the variety of available career options. 3 credits. (F,Y)

HLTH 20100 - Food and Society LA

Explores the significance of food in human life across time and across cultures. Examines the relationship of food to sociocultural, psychobiological, and ecological aspects of human life. Determinants of food choices, food systems, and socioeconomic and ecological implications are explored. Students emerge with insight and appreciation for the role of food as a means of self-expression and social exchange. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing. 3 credits (F-S,Y)

HLTH 20200 - Human Nutrition 1 LA NS

An introduction to the field of human nutrition. Includes the study of human nutritional needs and the attainment of health through an adequate diet. Topics such as obesity, sport nutrition, eating disorders, and the use of nutritional supplements are critically reviewed. Issues relating to diet, ethnicity and health, world hunger, nutrition, and disease prevention are explored. The use of a computerized diet analysis database enables students to assess the adequacy of their own diets. Prerequisites: EXSS 12000, BIOL 11900, BIOL 12100, CHEM 11100, or CHEM 121000; sophomore standing. 3 credits. (F-S,Y)

HLTH 20300 - Consumer Health LA

This course prepares students to understand health care from the consumer's perspective, including understanding the role of consumer theories, health behavior models, and the attitudes and activities of consumers in the health care industry. The philosophy and language of consumerism and the social, political, and ethical implications of consumerism in health are explored. The implications for policy and practice of the use of the consumerism model in health care are examined. Attention is given to existing research and theoretical models of insurance concepts, the individual purchase of health care, and newer consumer trends such as self-diagnosing, purchasing health products via the Internet, and the whole-scale industry movement toward consumer-directed health care. 3 credits. (F,Y)

HLTH 20500 - Critical Health Issues 1 LA SS TE

Examination of the health workforce, medical education, medical specialization, the rising cost of care, voluntary and governmental health insurance, health care delivery systems, and health care for the poor. 3 credits. (F-S,Y)

HLTH 21100 - Health and Safety Needs of School-Age Children LA SS

Information about the most prevalent health and safety issues in the lives of school-age children for students who are preparing to become teaching professionals. Both the etiology of risk behaviors and factors that promote resiliency are examined through a critical multicultural lens, at the individual, classroom, school, and community levels. Skills such as early identification of problems, making a referral, and other legal and ethical responsibilities are developed. Strategies for development of a healthful classroom and school environment are discussed. Prospective teachers learn to be advocates for healthy growth and development. Prerequisites: Sophomore standing. 3 credits. (F,Y)

HLTH 21300 - Wellness: Multicultural Perspectives on Health and Healing LA TE

An overview of the dynamic nature of the wellness movement. Its historical, social, political, cultural, and economic variables are critically examined. A wide range of wellness modalities, including those that fall under manual, mind-body, herbal, movement, and bioelectrical fields of practice, are included. Cross-cultural paradigms of health and healing are examined and compared. Prevention of chronic disease and health promotion are integrated into the concept of wellness, and disease etiologies and treatments are presented from multiple perspectives. The implications of and opportunities for prevention specialists in schools and communities are emphasized. Prerequisites: Sophomore standing. 3 credits. (F-S, Y)

HLTH 22400 - Emergency Health Care Instructor NLA

Training for entry-level instructors of American Red Cross cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) for the professional rescuer, of community CPR, and of community first aid and safety. During the semester, students are required to complete the instructor candidate training segment that is offered at a time designated by the instructor. Includes teaching methods, materials, and practice. Prerequisites: Current American Red Cross CPR for the professional rescuer, community CPR, and community first aid and safety certificates. 2 credits. (F-S,Y)

HLTH 22500 - Alcohol and Alcoholism 1 LA SS

Designed to promote clear and critical thinking about the many implications of alcohol use within our society. An interdisciplinary approach is used to study a number of issues regarding the drug, alcohol, and the disease, alcoholism. Prerequisites: Sophomore standing. 3 credits. (F,Y)

HLTH 22600 - Health Communication LA SS

Introduction to the study of health communication, including its origins, development, and status. Introduction to theories of health behavior and communication and to how they relate to one another in practice. Examination of communication between health professionals and clients and of the role media play in the health care industry and the delivery of health services. Cross-listed with SPCM 22500. Credit may not be granted for this course and SPCM 22500. Prerequisites: Sophomore standing or above. 3 credits. (F,Y)

HLTH 22700 - Stress: Its Nature and Management 1 LA TE

Overview of the nature and physiology of stress and techniques used to manage stress. Topics include stress physiology, social engineering, cognitive restructuring, conflict resolution, time management, self-help techniques, nutrition, exercise, and relaxation techniques such as meditation, progressive relaxation, and autogenic training. Online instruction comprises part of the course. Prerequisites: Any level-1 psychology course. 3 credits. (F-S,Y)

HLTH 22800 - Human Sexuality 1 LA SS

Promotes a critical perspective of contemporary issues associated with human sexuality. The importance of healthy behavioral practices and responsible decision making concerning sexuality is emphasized. Content areas include contraception and birth control, pregnancy and childbirth, sexually transmitted infections, gender and gender roles, ethnicity and sexuality, sexual anatomy and physiology, sexual response, sexual expression, sexual orientation, relationships, and sexuality over the life span. Prerequisites: Sophomore standing. 3 credits. (F-S,Y)

HLTH 22900 - Disease and Lifestyle 1 LA

Focuses on the leading causes of death and disability in the United States today, with emphasis on health promotion through awareness of risk factors associated with these diseases. Topics reviewed include symptoms, morbidity rates, mortality rates, diagnosis, treatment, prevention, and psychological and social aspects. Course includes one lab session per week. Prerequisites: Sophomore standing. 4 credits (F-S, Y).

HLTH 24000 - Health Promotion and the Older Adult 1 LA

Health promotion and prevention strategies that allow people to extend and improve the quality of their lives. Through an interdisciplinary approach, health-related factors that affect older persons as they age are studied. Prerequisites: HLTH 11300 or GERO 10100. 3 credits. (S,O)

HLTH 25000 - International Health Issues LA

Study of public health and health care issues across national borders and how they affect the entire globe, including the future health of the planet. Public health and health care delivery in certain nations are also studied. Prerequisites: One social science course. 3 credits. (IRR)

HLTH 30100 - Lifecycle Nutrition LA

Explores an ecological perspective on nutrition. Examines the unique needs and concerns of each stage of the human lifespan, including prenatal, infant, child, adolescent, adult, older adult, pregnancy, and lactation. Students examine nutritional issues that are relevant to healthy growth and development, disease prevention, and optimal well-being at all ages. Prerequisites: HLTH 20100, HLTH 20200. 3 credits (F,Y)

HLTH 30200 - Nutrition and Sport LA

A study of the nutritional needs of the athlete, including special requirements for carbohydrates, lipids, protein, fluids, vitamins, and minerals. Topics including ergogenic aids; energy and nutrient needs prior to, during, and after an athletic event; and methods of weight gain and loss. Current research in nutrition and performance is reviewed and critiqued. Prerequisites: HLTH 20200. 3 credits. (F-S,Y)

HLTH 30300 - Nutritional Care and Therapeutics NLA

Provides overview of role of nutrition professional as a member of the health care team. Students explore best practice techniques for nutrition assessment and health diagnoses; theoretical models of nutrition behavior and intervention; guidelines for client education, monitoring, and documentation; and frameworks of nutrition practice within allopathic, complementary, and alternative health care models. Nutritional supplement use and diet planning are explored via case study. Students critically analyze the development, effect, method, application, and efficacy of nutritional models. Prerequisites: HLTH 22900, HLTH 30100. 3 credits (F,Y)

HLTH 30400 - Economics of Health Care LA SS

Peculiar economic characteristics of the health care industry. Supply of and demand for health care services; causal and remedial forces of institutionalized frameworks, market mechanisms, and governmental intrusions. Analysis of pricing in terms of the above forces and productivity. Ideal economic characteristics of medical insurance, as contrasted with several proposals for national health insurance. Production for national health insurance. Production function, cost-effectiveness, and benefit-cost analysis. Cross-listed with ECON 30400; students cannot receive credit for both ECON 30400 and HLTH 30400. Prerequisites: ECON 12100-ECON 12200; two courses in humanities, social sciences, or business. 3 credits. (S,Y)

HLTH 30500 - Community Nutrition: Global Perspectives NLA

Explores function of community nutrition including monitoring, assessment, and the role of nutrition in health disparities. Students learn to plan interventions and evaluate programs. Prerequisites: HLTH 30100. 3 credits (S,Y)

HLTH 30600 - Counseling for the Health Professions NLA

Theory and application of health counseling with focus on health behavior change, disease and wellness. Explores factors associated with the direction of advice and decision making in the development and maintenance of individual health and wellness. Provides means for incorporating positive health practices, courses of action, and guidance in health promotion programs, health care encounters, and health education. Course draws on base of health content and theory courses to develop a core set of career-specific useable skills. Prerequisites: HLTH 21300, HLTH 22900, and junior standing. 3 credits. (S, Y)

HLTH 31500 - Family Health Problems LA SS

Theory and research on family composition and its dynamic nature are critically examined with research and surveillance data on youth and families. Issues of identity, gender, race, class, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, and community are related to family health. Preference is given to health education and physical education majors. Prerequisites: Major or minor; junior standing. 3 credits. (S,Y)

HLTH 31600 - Health Research and Analysis LA SS TE

Theoretical and philosophical bases for conducting research in health. Identifies and utilizes research methods in social and behavioral sciences, including quantitative, qualitative, and epidemiological methodologies. The objective is to assist students in the development of active skills, which include identifying key research issues in health, working through their analysis, and understanding the intellectual, practical, ethical, and political implications of different methods of research in health. Prerequisites: MATH 14500, MATH 15500, or MATH 21600; HLTH 20500 or HLTH 21300; and junior standing. 3 credits. (F-S,Y)

HLTH 31700 - Community Health LA TE

Provides an overview of community development strategies most frequently used in health promotion and health education programs. Emphasis is placed upon the processes of community organizing and developing critical awareness/consciousness as educational methods in public health. The course is designed to provide students with theoretical foundations, methods, and skills essential to professional community health education practice. Prerequisites: HLTH 21300 and junior standing. 3 credits. (F,Y)

HLTH 32100 - Financial Aspects of Health Care Management NLA TE

Application of current finance theory with the tools used in day-to-day practice by health care managers. Topics include unique aspects of health care financial management, the basic principles of financial planning, budgeting and control in health care organizations, capital budgeting, the risk-free tradeoff, and the cost of capital and capital structure decisions in health care. Emphasis is on developing skills to compare and contrast various types of organizations and to choose the appropriate financial control system that best reflects the mission of the organization by using techniques of flexible budget variance analysis, cost prediction simulation, and discount rates for capital expenditure analysis. Students develop a systematic approach to financial analysis and emerge with skills to apply techniques for planning, forecasting, and managing, and to evaluate and recommend improvements in a health care organization's financial performance. Prerequisites: MATH 10700, MATH 10800, or MATH 11100; MATH 14400 or MATH 24400; ACCT 22600. 3 credits. (F,Y)

HLTH 32200 - Nutrition for the Older Adults 1 LA

Introduces various aspects of aging that involve consideration of nutrition. Emphasis is placed on the physiological and psychological changes that may alter food intake, affect nutrient utilization, and result in different nutrient requirements. Ways that the nutritional status of older adults is affected by prescription medications, chronic disease, poverty, altered mental status, social isolation, and/or physical disabilities are examined. Prerequisites: HLTH 20200. 3 credits. (F,Y)

HLTH 32600 - Health Planning and Administration NLA TE

Integrates general management principles with strategic planning in health care organizations. Data systems, forecasting, and problem identification and analysis are explored, along with the stages of strategic planning. Emphasis is placed on identifying strategic issues in complex environments and formulating realistic responses. Students prepare actual applications for new programs to regulatory agencies. Prerequisites: HLTH 20500 and one GBUS or MGMT course. 3 credits. (S, Y)

HLTH 33000 - Health Promotion in the Workplace NLA

Development of a hierarchy of program needs and objectives for worksite health promotion. Students design needs-assessment instruments and develop work programs based on the needs identified by the population surveyed. The course also addresses issues surrounding program evaluation. Prerequisites: PSYC 33400, HLTH 11300, or MKTG 31200. 3 credits. (S,Y)

HLTH 33300 - Development and Evaluation of Health Programs NLA TE

Prepares students with background information on how to design, implement, and evaluate health education and health promotion programs. "Quality of life" issues are evaluated to establish links between social problems and specific health problems. Several methods are employed to evaluate these programs. Prerequisites: Junior standing and HLTH 15200; HLTH 22500, HLTH 22700, HLTH 22800, or HLTH 22900. 3 credits. (F,Y)

HLTH 33510 - Legal and Ethical Issues in Health Policy LA TE

An examination of legal and ethical issues related to health care. Topics include the equitable distribution of scarce resources, the relationship between individual consumers and powerful (frequently for-profit) third-party payers, and the government's role at all levels in regulating health care and protecting the public from potentially fraudulent or abusive providers. Prerequisites: PHIL 21200 or PHIL 23000; HLTH 20500. 3 credits. (S,Y)

HLTH 34900 - Fieldwork in Health NLA TE

Practical experiences in public, voluntary, or commercial health agencies. Provides the opportunity to become involved in various agency functions. Prerequisites: Junior standing; permission of department chair. 0.5-6 credits. Repeatable up to 12 times within the 1-6 credits restriction. (F-S,Y)

HLTH 34901 - Fieldwork in Health NLA

Practical experiences in public, voluntary, or commercial health agencies. Provides the opportunity to become involved in various agency functions. Prerequisites: Junior standing; permission of department chair. 1-6 credits. (F-S,Y)

HLTH 35000 - Psychoactive Drugs LA SS

Promotes critical thinking about many implications of the use of mind-altering drugs within our society. An interdisciplinary approach is used to study a number of issues regarding drugs, society, and human behavior. Prerequisites: Junior standing. 3 credits. (F-S,Y)

HLTH 36000 - Curriculum and Materials in Health Education NLA SS TE

Examination of the philosophical, theoretical, and practical aspects of curriculum development related to health program planning. Consideration is given to curricular scope and sequence. Students demonstrate their ability to develop unit plans, block calendars, and lesson plans. Existing prepackaged curriculum models are evaluated. Prerequisites: PSYC 21010; 9 credits in HLTH xxxxx courses. 3 credits. (F-S,Y)

HLTH 36100 - Front-Page Public Health: Policy and Epidemiology LA SS

History and theories of the public health perspective. Detailed analysis of major contemporary public health issues in the context of political, economic, and social factors. Theories and uses of epidemiology as a descriptive, analytical, and political tool of public health. Community, regional, national, and/or international public health policies are studied. Attention is paid to current public health issues in the news. Prerequisites: Two courses in the social sciences; one course in mathematics in math placement group 1, 2, or 3. 3 credits. (F,E)

HLTH 37000 - Nutritional Applications of Biochemistry NLA

Study of the relationship of biochemistry to nutrition through investigation of current research topics. The emphasis in this seminar is on exploring the biochemical evidence to support or refute current theories in nutrition. Prerequisites: HLTH 20200; concurrent or prior enrollment in BIOC 21100 or BIOC 35300. 1 credit. (F,Y)

HLTH 39900 - Selected Topics in Health LA NLA
HLTH 39901 - Selected Topics in Health LA NLA
HLTH 39902 - Selected Topics in Health LA NLA
HLTH 39903 - Selected Topics in Health LA NLA
HLTH 39904 - Selected Topics in Health LA NLA
HLTH 39905 - Selected Topics in Health LA NLA
HLTH 39906 - Selected Topics in Health LA

Topics of current interest to faculty and students. Experimental courses are offered under this course number and title. This course may be repeated for credit for different selected topics. Prerequisites: As appropriate to topics. 1-3 credits. (IRR)

HLTH 40100 - Nutrition Proseminar NLA

Capstone course in the nutritional sciences allows students to practice philosophical and practical synthesis of the study of nutritional sciences. Students combine their knowledge and experience to critically analyze and discuss nutritional issues from nutrition research to the translation of policy into practice. Prerequisites: HLTH 30300, HLTH 30500. 3 credits (S,E)

HLTH 42000 - Teaching Strategies in Health Education NLA

Designed for prospective health educators as a comprehensive background for health instruction in elementary, secondary, and community settings. Students acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to plan, deliver, and assess learning experiences and activities incorporating strategies that target multiple intelligences, learner diversity, cooperative education, curriculum integration, and skill acquisition as they relate to health education. Prerequisites: HLTH 33300 or HLTH 36000. 3 credits. (S,Y)

HLTH 43900 - Tests and Measurement in Health Education NLA TE

Prepares class members to assess student learning in K-12 health education settings. Through a combination of lecture, labs, discussion, and field-based activities, opportunities are provided to understand and apply current educational testing and evaluation procedures. Course content includes study of the criteria for selection of tests, application of statistical procedures, construction and analysis of assessment tools, procedures for classification and grading of students, and program assessment techniques. Credit will not be granted for both this course and PHED 43900. Prerequisites: PHED 33200, HLTH 33300, or HLTH 36000. 3 credits. (F-S,Y)

HLTH 44100 - Student Teaching in Health Education NLA

Observation and supervised student teaching. Assignment to approved cooperating schools full-time for one semester in the senior year. Required of all students preparing to teach health education in elementary or secondary schools. Prerequisites: Current American Red Cross CPR and first-aid card; PSYC 21010; HLTH 42000; EDUC 34000. 10 credits. (F-S,Y)

HLTH 44200 - Critical Assessment of Nutrition Programs NLA

Assessment of nutrition programs in different settings — worksites, food assistance programs, supermarkets, community weight control programs, national education programs — as well as assessment of nutrition programs for the individual. Emphasis is placed on the development and implementation of tools useful for assessment throughout the life cycle. Prerequisites: HLTH 20200; HLTH 30200, HLTH 32200, HLTH 33300, or HLTH 34900. 3 credits. (S,E)

HLTH 44400 - Professional Leadership in Health NLA TE

Study of the science of leadership and its application in a variety of health settings. Ethical, supervisory, and strategic issues are explored alongside methods for their application in health agencies. Effective practices and principles are taught to demonstrate how a leader influences others to accomplish a mission, task, or objective, as well as how a leader directs a health organization or agency in a way that makes it cohesive and value-focused. Emphasis on motivating and leading teams of allied health professionals. The Internet and other digital tools are used to develop and demonstrate innovative leadership skills. Prerequisites: HLTH 33510; HLTH 31600. 3 credits. (F-S,Y)

HLTH 44500 - Student Teaching in Health Education (dual major) NLA TE

Observation and supervised student teaching. Assignment to approved public schools full-time for a half semester in the senior year. Experience in structured observation, classroom assisting, and direct instruction; additional experience in planning, conferencing, and related school duties outside regular class periods. Individual conferences are held with Ithaca College supervisors of field experiences. Required of all dual health education and physical education majors. Prerequisites: Current American Red Cross CPR and first-aid card; PSYC 21010; HLTH 36000; HLTH 42000; EDUC 34000. 5 credits. (F-S,Y)

HLTH 44800 - Seminar in Health Education NLA TE

An opportunity for student teachers or internship participants to analyze and discuss individual and general problems related to their experiences. Current trends and issues confronting the prospective health education professional, such as issues regarding changes in the profession, teaching credentials, and job opportunities, are also addressed. Corequisites: HLTH 44100 or HLTH 44900. 2 credits. (F-S,Y)

HLTH 44900 - Internship in Health NLA
HLTH 44901 - Internship in Health NLA

Supervised, full-time experience in a health agency during the summer or regular academic semester. Content of internship should reflect the student's concentration area (i.e., gerontology, substance abuse services, worksite health promotion, nutrition, or PIC). Prerequisites: Current American Red Cross CPR and first aid card; junior or senior standing; permission of department chair. 6-12 credits. (F-S,Y)

HLTH 45200 - Independent Study in Health LA
HLTH 45201 - Independent Study in Health LA
HLTH 45202 - Independent Study in Health LA
HLTH 45203 - Independent Study in Health LA

An individual study program for the investigation of special problems in the field of health. A written report is required. Prerequisites: Senior standing; permission of instructor and department chair. 1-3 credits. (F-S,Y)

HLTH 45300 - Supervised Research NLA

Empirical research on a health topic selected in consultation with instructor. A written report is required. Course may be repeated for up to 6 credits. Prerequisites: At least three courses in health; permission of instructor and department chair. 1-3 credits. (F-S,Y)

HLTH 48500 - Epidemiological Approaches to Disease Prevention and Control LA

Examines the history, principles, and practices in the cause, prevention, and control of diseases. Epidemiologic terminologies and measures such as morbidity, mortality, fertility, descriptive and analytic epidemiology, screening, infectious disease, and occupational epidemiology in public health practice will be covered. Prerequisites: HLTH 31600, HLTH 36100. 3 credits. (S, Y)

HLTH 48700 - Multicultural Issues in Health LA

Addresses the issues of ethnicity, culture, and race as they relate to health. Examines a variety of intercultural issues, including power and oppression, and how they affect the lives of children, adults, and families living in the United States. Prerequisites: HLTH 31700, HLTH 33510. 3 credits. (S, Y)