Healthful and Safe College Life (EDCEP 103)
Internet Links

Injury Prevention Module

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Vehicle Safety and Helmet Use
Violence Prevention
Other Campus Safety Issues

Vehicle Safety and Helmet Use
Seat Belts

Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety -

Governors Highway Safety Association - Seat Belt Laws -

Teen Drivers

Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety -

NHTSA - Teen Drivers - Additional Resources -

Impaired Driving

Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety -

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism - Rethinking Drinking - What counts as a drink?

Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) Calculator and Misconceptions -

BAC calculator -

Motorcycle HelmetsAdvocates for Highway and Auto Safety -
Intersection Safety
Rollover CrashesAdvocates for Highway and Auto Safety -
SpeedingAdvocates for Highway and Auto Safety -
Driving Related Issues - click on Distraction challenge to see if you know the laws of your state. Distracted driving -

Gauging your Distraction (texting simulation game) -

If You Want To Know More:

Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety -

National Safety Council -

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Violence Prevention
Anger ManagementAmerican Psychological Association - Controlling Anger - Before It Controls You:
Campus Violence

World Health Organization, Definition of Violence -

Centers for Disease Control, Violence Prevention Education, Help Stop Violence Before It Happens -

Dating Violence, Domestic and Intimate Partner Violence, Sexual Assault and Abuse

National Women's Health Information Center -

Men Can Stop Rape -

Search for health and safety resources.

National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1.800.799.SAFE (7233)

National Sexual Assault Hotline: 1-800-656-4673

K-State's Safe Zone -

If You Want To Know More:

National Resource Center on Domestic Violence -

Men Can Stop Rape -

Virginia Tech - Be an Active Bystander -

Centers for Disease Control:

Love is Not Abuse -

Violence, American Psychological Association -

Active Bystanders, Mediation@MIT -

Checklist for Bystander Action, Know Your Power at University of New Hampshire -

OnGuard -

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Other Campus Safety Issues
Sun Safety

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - Basic Information about Skin Cancer -

U.S. Food and Drug Administration - Stay Safe in the Summer Sun, The ABCs of Sun Protection -

Environmental Protection Agency - SunWise Program - Health Effects of Overexposure to the Sun:

National Cancer Institute - What You Need to Know about Skin Cancer -

American Academy of Dermatology, Skin Cancer -

Campus Fire Safety

U.S. Fire Administration -

People's Burn Foundation -

Candles and Fires
If You Want To Know More:

US Fire Administration - Summer Storm Fire Safety -

Tornado Safety:

Tornadoes, MedlinePlus -

Sun Exposure, MedlinePlus

Sunglasses, EyeCare America, Foundation of American Academy of Ophthalmology -

Health and Beauty, American Academy of Dermatology -

National Safety Council -

U.S. Fire Administration -

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