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Eating right on the go.

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Problems:

-Eating unhealthy isn't good, especially for teenagers considering they're still growing. So nutrients is needed for their body.

-Teenagers drink too much sugared drinks. Such as soda and juices. And they end up filling up on those drinks and don't have room for any of the protein and nutrients their body needs.

-Some kids put flavored sugar in their water, which is bad.

-Teenagers also drink energy drinks which gets their heart rate to increase, which isn't always good.

-Most snacks that teenagers have are junk food.

 

 

Benefits:

-Healthy body

-Growth

 

Suggestion:

-Always eat breakfast, it's a kick-start to your day and it helps function the brain.

-Cereal with yogurt is a good start to your day, or maybe a sanwich.

-For lunch, a sanwich with some meat cheese and lettuce is a good protein.

-Vegatables, teens usually lack of those often. 

-Drinks should be drinking milk or water. Milk helps with the bones, and water is good for you.

-Stay away from soda, sugar juices, and energy drinks.

If you're an athlete the best drink to have while sweating is Gatorade.

-2 of the best choices after a work out is chocolate milk, or going home and havng a decent dinner.

-When having a snack, make sure it's not junk food.

-The best dinner is a sit-down dinner rather than an on-the-go. It's better for you.

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My Nose Made Me Buy It: How Retailers Use Smell (and Other Tricks) to Get You to Spend, Spend, Spend | TIME.com

My Nose Made Me Buy It: How Retailers Use Smell (and Other Tricks) to Get You to Spend, Spend, Spend | TIME.com | School - Cassie Piccoli | Scoop.it
Think you're using your head to make purchases? Think again.
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Concussion: What you should know.

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G - Concussions are all different. But doctors say everyone should get their rest before going back into the sport. But first it starts with slow walking, then a little bit of jogging. If the player has no headache or dizziness then they can get back into playing.

 

-For school work they usually have them do computer work to help with the mind. 

 

D - Concussions are usually worse for children rather than adults, because a childs brain is still developing, meaning it's more vunerable to damage, which also means it takes longer to recover.

 

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Berries Linked to Lower Heart Disease Among Women | TIME.com

Berries Linked to Lower Heart Disease Among Women | TIME.com | School - Cassie Piccoli | Scoop.it
The benefits for the heart of eating strawberries and blueberries can build up over a lifetime, according to the latest research.
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Problems:

-Women who didn't eat enough berries had more heart attacks than women who did eat berries.

 

 

 

Benefits:

-Eating any kind of berries helps the heart.

-Eating berries helps keep the body healthy and flexible 

 

 

Suggestions:

-Eat more berries. Don't just eat vegatables, because that doens't always help. Studies find that berries reduce the risk of heart attacks.

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High school athletes found more vulnerable to concussions

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High school athletes are more at risk of concussions than their collegiate counterparts, a study finds.
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D - High school students who play football, soccer, or lacrosse are more likely to get concussions than college althetic students

 

-Students in Dividion I schools who are more into sport playing don't wanna know the symptoms because they think it will cut in on their playing time. Meaning that if they do have a concussion, it will be un-noticed until it gets worse from not getting treated.

 

-Girls have higher rates of getting concussion than guys are. Especially if they play soccer or basketball.

 

-Womans ice hockey - Highest rate of concussion.

 

-After having one concussion, the student will most likely have another one.

 

S - Better hemlets or armor. 

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