MyStudentBody

About this resource

MyStudentBody is an online harm-reduction program for university students. The program addresses a range of health and wellness issues including alcohol and drug use, nutrition, stress, tobacco use, and sexual health. The nutrition module provides fitness and nutrition education, and targets unhealthy eating and weight control practices. MyStudentBody program was developed through funding from the United States National Institutes of Health by leading experts in behavioural health. Universities are eligible to apply for access to the program.

AuthorFranko, D, Glassman, T, Greenberg, J, Good, G, Matthews, J, Perkins, H & Sussman, S
JournalHazelden Publishing
Year2008

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