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Journal Entry ECMAScript program5-2-1-0—Healthy behaviors for children and families
Let’s Go! has 5-2-1-0 recommendations to help optimize your child’s health.
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Journal Entry10 tips for healthy eating
MyPlate celebrates its one-year anniversary with healthy eating resources for consumers and health professionals.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript program“Good” vs. “bad” carbohydrates
We hear about eating “good” carbs and “bad” carbs, but what exactly are the good ones, and which carbohydrates are refined?
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Journal Entry“Infographic” on post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) from Military Pathways
This colorful sheet engages readers in learning about key statistics and tips on getting help for PTSD.
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Journal EntryA little consistency goes a long way
Creating and maintaining family rituals is a great way to reduce stress for parents and children.
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Journal EntryA New Eating Guide: MyPlate
The USDA has a new symbol for good nutrition, emphasizing higher proportions of fruits and vegetables.
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Journal Entry chemical/x-pdbActivities help kids during times of deployment
Children feel lots of different things while their parent is deployed. There are organizations that can help kids through physical activity, peer mentoring, and other social gatherings.
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Journal Entry Troff documentAdd some water to your workout
Try changing up your exercise routine; give your body a break with a challenging pool workout.
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Journal EntryAdolescents and sports drinks
For most active children and adolescents, staying hydrated is easy—drink water.
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Journal EntryAfter heatstroke, when is it safe to exercise?
Heatstroke is a potentially deadly consequence of exercising. &quot;This is a very controversial area, even more so than concussions,&quot; said Dr. Francis G. O'Connor, president of the American Medical Society of Sports Medicine. He moderated a debate on the topic at a recent meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine.<br /><br /><br />
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