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Tips on reading food nutrition labels

Tips on reading food nutrition labels | health education | Scoop.it
You've heard the health tips about reading nutrition labels. But what exactly does "% Daily Value" mean and what's the difference between saturated fats and trans fats?

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The Lesson Plans Page - Physical Education & Health Lesson Plans ...

The Lesson Plans Page - Physical Education & Health Lesson Plans ... | health education | Scoop.it

Physical Education & Health Lesson Plans - Junior / High School. Login to Rate. Print · E-mail · PDF; Comment; Report. Subject(s): P.E. & Health Grades(s): Junior High/High School ...


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Food Labels: What information can you trust? - The Seattle Times

Food Labels: What information can you trust? - The Seattle Times | health education | Scoop.it
Food Labels: What information can you trust?
The Seattle Times
If you need proof that you shouldn't believe everything you read, consider the food label. In fact, when reading food labels, a dose of healthy cynicism may help you be ...

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Bill Palladino - MLUI's curator insight, January 21, 2013 11:40 AM

I'm still a bit baffled by nutrition labels. 

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10 Exciting Apps To Enhance Physical Education | Edudemic

10 Exciting Apps To Enhance Physical Education | Edudemic | health education | Scoop.it

Today’s student population is much different than a decade ago. They are armed with an extensive knowledge of the Internet, smartphones equipped with the latest apps, and a thoroughly networked database of personal information via social networks. If a PE teacher today uses the same strategies, methods, and lesson plans as mine did, students would automatically dismiss them as outdated and obsolete. Here are ten advances in technology that can help students learn about health, nutrition, and exercise, while keeping them engaged with technology:


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Antidote to heroin overdose available but hard to get

Antidote to heroin overdose available but hard to get | health education | Scoop.it

Personally, I have never even heard of Naloxone and I feel like most people haven’t. I think that during high-school health education, there should be more emphasis put on drug prevention than on STIs and sex education. It is shown that drug overdose and death from drug overdose is on the rise and there is being very little done to prevent it.

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