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Eating on the Go

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P= problems

B= benefits

S= suggestions

P- challenge to eat on the run

P- teens do not know much about nutrition

P- teens are still in the growing stage

S- always eat breakfast, it will kick start your day

S- you need protein, carbs, and healthy fats for breakfast

S- whole grain bread for lunch, lean meat, cheese, lettuce, spinach, mustard or hummus instead of mayonnaise

P- teens lack vegetables

S- add raw vegetables to lunches or snacks

S- ditch the soda and juice, drink water and milk for calcium and vitamin D (skim, 1%, or 2% milk is best)

S- watch out for flavored waters

S- kids can make their own flavored water with fresh fruit or vanilla extract

S- avoid energy drinks

P- energy drinks cause the heart to race

S- for athletes when its hot drink gatorade

B- gatorade replaces electrolytes

S- avoid vending machines

P- dinner is not as healthy when its on the go

 

 

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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 Patrick Mellon | Scoop.it
Think you're using your head to make purchases? Think again.
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Concussions: What you should kno

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G- There is not a standard timeline for resuming pre-concussion activities

G- Physical activity should begin slowly, walking then jogging

D- Dizziness or headache

G- Doctors say activity is good for the brain after a while

D- The more cons=cussions you get, the more dangerous they get and require longer recoveries

S- Start physical activity slowly

S- Many schools require students to take an IMPACT test

D- Concussions are dangerous in younger people because the brains are still developing

D- The brain is more vulnerable to damage before it is fully myelinated

D- In younger children their necks and backs are not as strong

D- Cognitive symptoms (trouble with memory, attention, or learning)

D- Sleep problems (too much sleep, too little, or trouble falling asleep)

D- Head pain (migranes, sensitivity to light and noise)

D- Emotional symptoms (irritability, lack of impulse control, severe anxiety, depression, or suicide thoughts)

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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 Patrick Mellon | 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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P= Problems

B= Benefits

S= suggestions

B- eating berries can build up a heart over a lifetime

B- berries are antioxidants to fight off damage to cells

B- women who eat 3 or more servings of berries a day reduce the risk of a heart attack by up to one third

P- women do not eat enough berries

P- not eating enough berries can lead to heart disease, high blood pressure, low levels of physical activity

S- these foods can be readily incorporated into diets

B- berries fight the effects of stress and free- radical damage to the cells as they age, also can keep heart vessels more elastic which will help reduce the risk of heart attacks

 

 

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High school athletes found more vulnerable to concussions

High school athletes found more vulnerable to concussions | School Patrick Mellon | Scoop.it
High school athletes are more at risk of concussions than their collegiate counterparts, a study finds.
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D- High school athletes remain at risk for concussions they are their own worst enemy

D- High school athletes have more of a chance to experience concussions than college athletes

D- Girls have higher rates of concussions

D- Helmets and equipment do little to prevent concussions

D- After suffering 1 concussion you are more likely to experience more

S- Stronger data will be collected

S- There will be a better diagnosis for concussions in young people

S- More studies to see the effects of long term head trauma

S- Maybe rule changes to make sports safer

S- More research to see how the number and time between concussions affects the brain

S- Increased efforts to get people to report their symptoms and concussions

 

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