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P = problems with unhealthy eating behaviors

B = benefits of a healthy diet

S = suggestions for healthy eating

 S: always eat breakfest because Breakfast tends to go by the wayside for that age group, and for all ages really. You need breakfast to kick-start your day

B: Teens who eat right tend to live longer lives. 

S: Breakfast should offer a combination of protein, carbohydrates and healthy fat

S: choose whole-grain bread for sandwiches S:Mustard and even hummus are good alternatives to mayo

P: Too many kids fill up on sweet drinks without realizing it, which leaves less room for fresh fruits and vegetables with the nutrients and fiber they need
S: Go for water or nutrient-dense choices rather than sugar-bowl overload for a drink

S: teens still should have milk for the calcium and Vitamin D to promote bone health

S: Gatorade, when it's warm out because they can replace the body's electrolytes that are lost when sweating

B: Eating right sets teens up to not be obese when they get older. S: Many vegetables must be cooked or are more appetizing when cooked and served hot so the teen may want to eat more 

P: caffeine can also affect sleep and consequently brain function

S: Choose a lean meat and cheese on a sandwich 

S: Add lettuce, or better yet, a more nutritious dark leafy green such as spinach for a sandwich 

S: A sandwich might be a perfect breakfast solution for a teen who has to eat on the bus or in the car
 

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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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S = suggestions for solving the problem of concussion

I- Interesting information

 

 

I- Girls are more likely to get concusiions then boys, they have the largest number of concussions

D- Students are too comitted to there sports

D- students are afraid of getting less playing time

D-  equipment is not helping them not get concussions

I-Women's ice hockey had the highest rate of concussions

S-  stronger data collection

S- better metrics and diagnosis for concussions in young people

S-more studies assessing the long-term effects of repetitive head trauma

S-possible rule changes to make sports safer

S- more research looking at how the number and time between concussions affects the brain

S- increased efforts to change the culture and encourage reporting of symptoms and concussions

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

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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- Wyatt Metivier | Scoop.it
The benefits for the heart of eating strawberries and blueberries can build up over a lifetime, according to the latest research. Bright-colored berries have long been a part of any healthy diet, owing mainly to the anthocyanins that give them their vibrant color and act as antioxidants to fi...
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P = problems with unhealthy eating behaviors
B = benefits of a healthy diet
S = suggestions for healthy eating

P: People can get heart attacks
B: Things like berries have anthocyans that give them their vibrant color and act as antioxidants to fight off damage to cells.
S: women who consumed the most blueberries and strawberries had a 32% reduced risk of heart attack compared with the women who ate berries once a month or less
P: things that can influence heart-disease risk, such as obesity, high blood pressure, smoking, low levels of physical activity and a family history of heart disease
B:women who ate three or more servings of blueberries and strawberries per week reduced their risk of heart attack by up to one third
S: eat berries because they contain high levels of anthocyanins, as well as other flavonoids, which fight the effects of stress and free-radical damage to cells as they age

S: regular consumption of berries might be a relatively easy way to lower a woman’s risk of having a heart attack later in life



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Concussions: What you should know

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D = dangers 

S = suggestions for solving the problem of concussion

SI- signs of a concussion

T- how long should a player wait to go back

 

T- Doctors generally say that physical activity should begin slowly, first with walking and then slow jogging

T-no symptoms like dizziness or headache recur, that person can resume more active sports

T- IMPACT test is given to see if the concussion is better

D-Children through adolescence are thought to face more danger because their brains are still developing

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

D- necks not as strong in children

SI-Cognitive symptoms, which might include trouble with memory, attention, or learning

SI-  sleep problems, including too much, too little, or trouble falling asleep

SI- head pain, including migraines and sensitivity to light and noise; and emotional symptoms such as irritability, lack of impulse control, severe anxiety, depression, or suicidal thoughts

D-  Those who already have migraines or depression, anxiety, or ADHD, often take longer to recover. 

 

 

 

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