The information presented is current with the exception of a few articles that are out of date (e

The information presented is current with the exception of a few articles that are out of date (e

g., 1992, 2008). Although the fitness section includes an interesting early historical overview, explain other historical features and trendsetting advances that shaped the evolution of fitness through the 21st century. Add an “e-cigarette” lab to be consistent with the ones on alcohol and cigarettes.

Some of these aspects are attached to the links provided, but could be more visually engaging when paired together on the same page

Some parts of the text omit the terminology checklist (cardiovascular disease), testing your knowledge section (nutrition, weight management, and cardiovascular disease), and a reference page (Healthy Behaviors & Wellness, Stress). Overall, the reference pages are linked to credible sources such as government websites and accredited organizations that conduct scientific research and education about health topics that matter.

Chapters are clearly labeled and include appropriate subheadings. However, it would be easier to navigate the text by numbering chapters (1-13) and pages (0-142).

The chapters seem organized and topics are grouped accordingly. Content flows and writing is clear and concise. As a minor suggestion, separate test questions for all of the chapters for a cleaner look.

There are a number of links that were not available, linked to unrelated websites, or inoperable hyperlinks (see p

Break up the text by incorporating tables, graphics and images that illustrate the concepts. 24, 31, 41, 43, 45, 57,67, 68, 69, 73, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 95, 97, 103 [Lantern/Webinars], 105, 107, 108, 109, & 110). Continue reading “The information presented is current with the exception of a few articles that are out of date (e”