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Course SummaryThis study guide will help you prepare for an exam covering high school health science concepts for teachers. Our engaging lessons and self-assessment quizzes allow you to review the information you need to know before you take the exam.
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You can get ready for an exam that tests your knowledge of health science using this self-paced course. We provide you with a review of the history of health care and health science research, as well as human anatomy and physiology through engaging lessons. You'll be able to go over math applications, as well as biological development in humans. Completing this study guide will prepare you to answer questions about:
- Medical abbreviations and terms
- Homeostasis in the body
- System in the human body
- Physical sciences and microbiology in health
- Pathogens and disease
- Family, public and world health issues
- Nutritional needs, disorders and concepts
- Preventative and mental health
- Patient care, communication and health care education
- Teamwork and legal and ethical responsibilities
Our study guide gives you the chance to get familiar with a variety of health science topics. Experts in the health science field support each lesson, and are available to answer your questions regarding these subjects. We offer video lessons that make it easy for you to absorb information about human health, as well as self-assessment opportunities for you to evaluate your progress.
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