HS 207F — Ecology of Health
Meets for one-half semester and yields half-course credit.
Develops an ecological view of the causes of good or poor health by considering aspects of “macro-habitats” that include air, water, and the multitude of other life that lives around, on, and in us. The course looks at unexpected health consequences of the modern built environment where people have achieved “the good life” with safe water, roads, cheap food, and a car in every driveway. Usually offered every year.