Posts Tagged 'education'

Here Is Why You Should Drink More Water (Infographic)

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Did you know you could go about 21 days without food but only last 7 without drinking water? This perfectly illustrates how supremely important water is to your health and body. It is second only to the air we breathe as a fundamental resource for staying alive.

Posted by Luke George May 01, 2017 Posted in Uncategorized 2 Comments

Healthy Communities are Inclusive Communities: 2 Activities

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Last week I spent two days with the National Center on Health, Physical Activity and Disability (NCHPAD) for an orientation as part of their new advisory panel. I am excited to serve as a bridge between NCHPAD’s work and the broader healthy out-of-school time movement. You might remember two of our past blog articles that included NCHPAD resources, 3 Steps to Including Kids with a Disability and Tips and Resources for Inclusive Physical Activity.

Healthy afterschool environments should be inclusive afterschool environments, right?

The National AfterSchool Association Standards for Healthy Eating and Physical Activity specifically encourage programs to train staff to “adapt physical activity opportunities to include children and youth at all levels of athletic availability and those with physical, sensory or intellectual disability.”

Posted by Daniel Hatcher Feb 08, 2017 Posted in Disability No Comments

Isometric Strength Training

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According to American College of Sports Medicine, resistance training is an essential element of a well-rounded workout routine. Some benefits include: prevent osteoporosis, decrease the risk of heart disease, reduce blood pressure, improve cholesterol and help to control weight.

Posted by Henrik Nielsen Feb 06, 2017 Posted in Uncategorized 2 Comments

Cyberbullying: A Battle for the Technology Age

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Back in October there was National Bullying Prevention Month, and we would be remiss if we didn’t talk about one of the most prevalent types of harassment affecting young people today, cyberbullying.

Posted by Mark Kirkpatrick Nov 16, 2016 Posted in Uncategorized 1 Comment

How To Stay Active And Healthy, Here are some tips

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Having a disability doesn’t mean you can’t be active and healthy at the same time. In fact, everyone needs daily exercise in their lives in order to feel good and improve body function and mood. The key is to ask your doctor about what’s right for you. For example, what will work well with any medications you’re taking, and how much exercise should you try to get in within a given week?

Posted by Rebecca Moore Oct 27, 2016 Posted in Disability 1 Comment

5 Reasons to Prioritize Healthy Food for Healthy Life

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The key to healthy living is to eat properly. When you consume healthy food your body is supplemented with all the necessary enrichment. So much so that eating right food has a direct impact on our way of thinking and how an individual feels. A healthy diet boosts immunity gives you energy and makes you feel good. All you have to do is find the right combination of food supplements which comprise required levels of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins.

Posted by Suzanne Winchester Oct 25, 2016 Posted in Obesity 1 Comment

Are You Addicted to Oxycodone?

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One of the great modern medical breakthroughs in pain relief medication was the development of Oxycodone. A powerful, partly synthetic opiate painkiller, Oxycodone has been a blessing to those suffering debilitating pain from diseases like cancer, bone degeneration and other conditions that can result in intense pain of a sort that was difficult to relieve before the arrival of Oxycodone. However, Oxycodone has a dark side to it as well.

Posted by Suzanne Winchester Sep 28, 2016 Posted in Uncategorized No Comments

One Giant Step for Paralympics, One small step backwards for failed leadership

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I am sure we are all familiar with what has been going on with the Russian delegation in what has become an unfortunate situation for athletes that have been banned from the Olympics and Paralympics. It is unfortunate for these particular athletes who have seemed to be involved in a situation that was out of control. Yet, out of this sadness, there will be victory for all Paralympians.

Posted by Bob Lujano Aug 26, 2016 Posted in Disability 2 Comments

Here’s How Psychotherapists Can Help Anorexics To Deal With Fear Foods

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Anorexia nervosa or anorexia is one of the most widespread eating disorders which forces people to lose weight in order to become thin by minimizing the consumption of a wide range of food items which they feel contribute to weight gain. In other words, it’s a kind of medical condition or mental illness wherein a person starts following a weird food habit just because he/she is afraid of gaining weight. Basically, the problem starts with a person’s yearning to become thin as he/she finds himself/herself too fat.

Posted by David Milsont Aug 24, 2016 Posted in Uncategorized 1 Comment

Protein Supplements Explained: Are They Necessary?

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Protein is the macronutrient firmly in the public eye at the moment. With many purported benefits including building muscle, losing weight and maintaining our health, it is little wonder why protein is on the edge of many health and fitness fanatic’s lips.

Posted by Joseph Gregorio Aug 03, 2016 Posted in Uncategorized 5 Comments