This week Ball Bearings explores health educational programs and the evolution of how we teach health.
“Examining Education,” a letter from the editor, Miller Kern.
Learning about health starts at a young age, and never truly ends.
“Gaining Mindful Habits,” by Baylie Clevenger
Through health education programs, students can learn how to make better lifestyle choices.
“Hysteric,” by Allie Church
When news of a disease outbreak hits the public, misinformation and lack of resources can cause some people to panic.
“Defining Sex,” by Emily Cox
Sexuality, religion, and experiences can all shape an individual’s view on what constitutes as sex.
“Taking Care of Yourself,” by Kayla Bickham
Going through the motions of everyday life can often cause stress and have negative effects.