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From Hip-Hop to Salsa: Battling Obesity Grassroots Style

From Hip-Hop to Salsa: Battling Obesity Grassroots Style | Issues in health and physical education | Scoop.it
A $20 million grant will help UCLA researchers take two decades' worth of obesity research and implement programs to help people in urban areas.
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Competitive team sports will alienate inactive schoolchildren, report says - The Guardian

Competitive team sports will alienate inactive schoolchildren, report says - The Guardian | Issues in health and physical education | Scoop.it
The GuardianCompetitive team sports will alienate inactive schoolchildren, report saysThe GuardianFrisbees, cheerleading and Zumba dancing should instead be used to engage young people in physical activity who are turned off by traditional school...
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Poverty, not bad teachers, is what plagues our schools - Daniel Akst

Poverty, not bad teachers, is what plagues our schools - Daniel Akst | Issues in health and physical education | Scoop.it
Are American schools the best in the world? The answer is a resounding maybe.
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Now is The Time to Move - The Herald | HeraldOnline.com

Now is The Time to Move - The Herald | HeraldOnline.com | Issues in health and physical education | Scoop.it
Now is The Time to MoveThe Herald | HeraldOnline.comRosalia understands that physical activity not only leads to a healthier life, but is critical in preventing some of the leading causes of death, including cancer and heart disease.
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The School Game

The School Game | Issues in health and physical education | Scoop.it
We can keep calling for morality, but just as arguments to share the ball don't make any sense in football, the stakes of the education game compel students and faculty and administrators to compete win in the perceived zero-sum game.
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Should obese children be taken into care?

Should obese children be taken into care? | Issues in health and physical education | Scoop.it
Should extremely obese children be taken into care if their parents refuse to take action over their weight? Some health and social care professionals believe it is a question that needs to be considered more seriously.
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