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Life Resource Center Scavenger Hunt

The Life Resource Center (LRC) is a valuable free tool available to Associate Level students. Taking some time to explore this website to discover some of the many topics, resources, and tools available is a great way to find information to enhance health and wellness.

Login to the student website. Click on the Programs tab at the top of the page, and then on Life Resource Center under Services. Explore the resources available on the site and use them to answer the following questions.

1. What are the three ways that students may receive counseling services through the LRC?
Ans: Online Counseling, over the phone counseling and In-person counseling

2. What heading are the Health Tools and Health Challenges found under?
Ans: Thriving

3. Where is the Assess Your Health tool located?
Ans: Thriving and then under Health tools

4. What are the five categories on the Live Healthy Page?
Ans: How Healthy Are You? Lifestyle Change, Physical Fitness, Prevention and Screening, and Tips for Healthy Living.

5. Where can resources and articles about good nutrition be found on the LRC?
Ans: Thriving and then Healthy Eating

6. What are three of the health topics that can be found on the LRC?
Ans: Eating Disorders, Healthy Eating and Physical Fitness

7. What are two categories found under the Medical Care heading?
Ans: Prescriptions Drugs and Dental Care

8. Where on the LRC would a person find information on addiction and recovery?
Ans: Balancing and then Addiction and Recovery

9. Where on the LRC would a person find information about health issues related to aging?
Ans: Thriving and then Seniors’ Health

10. What are three psychosocial health topics that are available on the LRC?
Ans: Depression and Dysthymia, stress and Coping with Mental Health…...

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