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Eating right on the go

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P = problems with unhealthy eating behaviors

B = benefits of a healthy diet

S = suggestions for healthy eating

 

P= Eating on the run is difficult, not everyone can cook for themselves and sometimes your in a rush and eat too much not paying attention to your body saying your full. 

S= Always eat breakfast. Breakfast tends to go by the wayside for teenagers.

S= Eating breakfast is like putting gas in your car, you need the fuel to run your body, to get the brain functioning and thinking clearly. You need it to kick-start your day. 

S= Breakfrast should contain a combination of protein, carbohydrates and healthy fat. 

S= Choose cereal but add protein like milk or yougurt, becuase cereal is all mostly carbs. 

S= A breakfast sandwhich may be even better for a kid that needs to be on the bus.

S= For lunch try whole-grain bread, a lean meat and cheese, lettuce, or maybe even a dark leafy green/ spinach. steer clear of fattening mayonaise and mustard.

S= Add some more vegetables to your diet like carrots, celery, sugar-snap peas, and even broccoli. They teavel great on the go.

S= Try steering clear from juices and sodas, drink more water and if your a athlete drink some skim milk, it has lots of calcium and vitamin D.

S= Teens should aviod energy drinks or beverages with caffine that make the hearrace. Caffine can effect sleep and brain function. 

S= Athletes need to drink a lot to stay hydrated, and study shows that gatorade is a good choice when its warm outside and it can replace the bodys electrolytes that are lost when sweating. 

S= Healthy snacks, and recovery beverage, chocolate milk is good after a vigerous workout. 

S= The best thing after practice is to go home and enjoy a nice dinner, Simple homemade foods.

 

 

  

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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: Jessica Huber | Scoop.it
Think you're using your head to make purchases? Think again.
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Concussions: What you should know

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D = dangers of concussions

G = guidelines for students to return to activities

S = suggestions for solving the problem of concussions 

G=Doctors say to start slow when returning to activities, starting with walking then slow jogging. 

G= If no symptoms of dizziness or headaches re-occur then they can resume more active sports.

 G= If returning too quickly it can be more dangerous and require a longer recovery. 

G= When students return to doing schoolwork the school/teachers will give them an online assessment to compare their results to the normal ones.

D= Concussions are more dangerous in children then adults because in children their brains are still growing/ developing. 

D= The brain is more vulnerable to damage.

D= Symtoms of concussions are things like trouble with memory, attention, learning, sleep problems, head pains, sensitivity to light and noise, emotinal symptoms like irritability, lack of impulse control, severe anxiety, depression, or suicidal 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: Jessica Huber | 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 with unhealthy eating behaviors

B = benefits of a healthy diet

S = suggestions for healthy eating


B= Bright colored berries contain anthocyanins that give then their brightness but also acts as antioxidants to fight off damage to cells.

S&B= Women who ate 3 or more servings of blueberries or strawberries per week reduced their risk of heart attack by one third.

B= In the study women experienced 405 heart attacks, but women who consumed most blueberries and strawberries had a 32% rebuced risk of heart attacks.

B= Women who ate more berries tended to be more healthier overall,c cosuming more vegetables and fruits.

B= Blueberries and strawberries contain flavonoids which fights the effects of stress and free radical damage to cells as they grow.

B= They also help keep heart vessels more elastic and flexible, whic helps combat the growth of plaques that can build up and rupture, causing heart attacks. 

S= A change in diet can help affect heart-disease risk for relatively young women. 

B= Eating more berries in early on in life will help lower risks of having a heart attack or heart problem later on in life. 

S= Prevent cardiovascular disease by what you eat, like when given the choice between something healthy and unhealthy, choose healthy. 

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High school athletes found more vulnerable to concussions

High school athletes found more vulnerable to concussions | School: Jessica Huber | Scoop.it
High school athletes are more at risk of concussions than their collegiate counterparts, a study finds.
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D = dangers of concussions

G = guidelines for students to return to activities

S = suggestions for solving the problem of concussions

 

 D= high school athletes who play football, lacrosse, soccer, and baseball were more likely to experience concussions than college-age players

.D= Football players were most likely to get concussions.

D= Girls who play soccer and basketball were more likely to get concussions than boys. 

D= Women's ice hockey has the highest rate of concussions.

S= Helmets and equipment did little help when preventing concussions, and manufacturers need to improve thier gears safety.

D= If a player experiences one concussion then they are most likely to have another one.

S= Better metrics and diagnosis for concussions in younger people

S= More studies assessing the long-term effects of repetitive head trauma.

S= Changes in sports gear

S= Reasearch in looking how the number and time span between concussiond affect the brain.  

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