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Childrens Wellness and Academic Performance

Childrens Wellness and Academic Performance


Wellness is a framework within which children develop a productive and enjoyable life. Academic achievement occurs within the complexity of the content of a students whole life. Although students receive similar instruction and interventions in the school setting, schools continue to experience ranges of student mastery of content. The relationship is examined between multiple dimensions of wellness (defined as a state of the totality of a persons life as mind, body, and spirit interact with the environmental contexts) and academic performance of elementary students, based on a study for 634 third through fifth grade students in Title One schools in rural Mississippi. Analysis should help professionals in schools and community agencies develop wellness interventions to support academic performance of children and to enhance multiple areas of wellness for children. Author: Hollingsworth, Mary Binding Type: Paperback Number of Pages: 128 Publication Date: 2009/12/08 Language: English Dimensions: 5.98 x 9.01 x 0.30 inches
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Creative Playdough Ideas For Kids.
Provides Fun Ideas And Cool Creations For Kids To Make With Playdough, As Well As For The Grown Ups In Their Lives.
Creative Playdough Ideas For Kids.

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Asperger’s Syndrome Do you have it?

A 25 question Asperger’s quiz to help you find out weather or not you or a friend/loved one has Asperger’s syndrome. these questions are not guaranteed to confirm that you have or don,t have Asperger’s,but if your ways of thinking and acting are similar or the same as the Asperger’s characteristics there’s a good chance you could have Asperger’s. whether your ways of thinking/acting match all the questions or none of the questions this video will not promote a diagnoses,nor will it confirm that you do/don,t have Asperger’s but it will make you think hard about the way that you or someone else acts/socializes/thinks/copes with stress. and it will help raise questions to doctors that could lead to a confirmed diagnosis.

12 year old with Aspergers speaks up

Dean Aviram is 12 years old and has Asperger’s Syndrome. In this short video he speaks his mind. Dean is a remarkable person with a unique perspective.
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Question by : How long do most Asperger’s kids have tantrums?
I was just wondering because I’m reading Jodi Picoult’s House Rules (which, I’m aware, unrealistically depicts Asperger’s) and the main character has tantrums at eighteen. I’ve looked online and it says kids with Asperger’s have temper tantrums longer than most kids but… Eighteen? Isn’t that more severe autism?

Thanks in advance.

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Answer by Larry Sanders
my brother has it and he is 19 and he still throws tantrums. they lack the skills to effictivly express emotions

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Water Exercises for seniors

Growing old isn’t that bad because you can still do a lot of things, just like water exercises. These exercises are good for your health especially if you’re having back pain and like. Water exercises can help you go healthy without causing too much difficulty because the water will help you move. Here are some water exercises for you to practice with your retirement water therapist:

 

Tone your arms with a ball and figure of 8. For this exercise, you’ll need a ball. Get into the area of a pool where the water reaches your shoulder. Stand with feet apart, then do some breathing exercises for a minute or two. Stretch your arms forward with the ball on your hand then start drawing the figure of 8 under the water. Make it as big as you can.

 

Marching under the water is another good exercise for you. It’s the same as marching on land but marching under the water will take more time before you get tired.

That’s because you can move with less effort when you are in the water. While marching, make sure you extend your arms and legs as far as you can.

 

Stretch your trunk with a side stretch. For this exercise, you’ll need to move to the side of the pool or somewhere there’s something you can hold on to. Make sure though that water is still up to your shoulders. Once you find your spot, pull your arms up as high as you can then try to reach sideward for the pool’s edge. Ask the water therapist from the retirement communities pa to support your back while you do this.

 

Water swings for your waist. For this exercise, you also need the poolside for support.

First, lay your back on the poolside with your arms stretched forward. Slowly pull your knees on your chest then stretch one leg to the right then back to the center. Do this too to your other leg. Don’t forget to do this with the water therapists of retirement communities pennsylvania for you to avoid possible injuries.

 

These are only some of the many water exercises that can help you go healthy while you’re growing old. Retirement communities pa offer this kind of exercise to their residences because these really help improve and develop a healthy body for seniors. Ask the retirement camps about it!

If you have questions, please visit us at  www.Sherwood-Oaks.com for complete details and answers.

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LinkedIn interviews Dr. Robert Sapolsky about stress

As the economy stumbles, professionals may have a predictable response in heightened levels of stress. LinkedIn asks Stanford professor Dr. Robert Sapolsky about what’s really happening when we stress about problems in our head. All footage of “Stress: Portrait of a Killer” courtesy Stanford and National Geographic.

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Vitamins and Minerals By Kroner, Zina

Vitamins and Minerals By Kroner, Zina


This insightful, objective, and evidencebased overview of the most commonly used supplements dispels misinformation and provides facts from a qualified physicians point of view Provided by publisher. Author: Kroner, Zina Publication Date: 2011/04/08 Number of Pages: 383 Binding Type: Hardcover Language: English Depth: 1.25 Width: 7.25 Height: 10.25
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Do you have a sensitivity to bright lights? Do you have dry skin and hair? Does watching the television for too long make your eyes itch and burn? If your answer is yes, then you may have a Vitamin A deficiency. This episode is the first of the Living Now Life Coach nutritional series. Learn about how Vitamin A works, and the symptoms of a deficiency. You might be able to make your life a whole lot easier just by taking Vitamin A! Foods that have Vitamin A: – Liver, egg yolk, cheese, and milk – Apricots, fresh, Asparagus, Broccoli, Cantaloupe, Carrots, Eggs, Endive, raw, Kale, Leaf lettuce, Liver, Milk, Mustard greens, Pumpkin, Spinach, Squash, winter, Sweet potatoes, Tomatoes, Watermelon References: – Adelle Davis: “Let’s Get Well” & “Let’s Eat Right To Keep Fit” – www.drmyhill.co.uk – www.lifeclinic.com – www.vitamins-nutrition.org – www.ehow.com – www.naturalhealthweb.com ***I am not a license or certified therapist, doctor, or nutritionalist. I’m simply sharing with you information that I have gathered in my life experience. This video is for informational purposes only. You do no have to take my advice. You are responsible for all of your decisions and the outcome of those decisions.***
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