At home, in order to save the princess, you behead dragons and set monsters on fire.
In movie theaters, you watch Saw as the killer tortures a group of innocent human
beings. On TV, you watch UFC and cheer as the opponents fight a bloody brawl.
Mental Health, as defined by the Surgeon General's Report, "refers to the successful
performance of mental function, resulting in productive activities, fulfilling relationships with
other people, and the ability to adapt to change and cope
Public Health is the science of protecting and improving the health of communities through
education, research for disease and injury prevention, and the promotion of healthy lifestyles.
Public health professio
Far from being solely a domestic issue, public health is a topic that is global in scope. Deadly diseases
that have been essentially eliminated in the United States, such as malaria and tuberculosis, remain
potent killers in other cou
Substance Abuse and Addiction
As society progresses and develops new and advanced medications and technologies,
corresponding outlets for abuse and addiction also arise. This section does not only
include highly publicized substances that are addictive su
People from around the world often say that Americans are fat. While this stereotype may be
offensive to us, it is unfortunately becoming more of a fact every year. Today, around 36% of
Americans are obese, compared to just fewer than 15% during
Sexual health isnt only about sexual intercourse, nor is it necessarily tied to gender. Its also about
how you accept and give love, how you communicate and exercise your sexual rights, how you