Lessons for Eye Health

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  • Is That a Fact? - … affects physical health? 3. Create a "How It Works" poster on how beta carotene or vitamin A affects the eyes. What does … personal health. Benchmarks: Knows personal health strengths and risks (e.g., results of a personal health assessment); Knows how positive health practices and appropriate health care can help to reduce health risks; Knows strategies and …
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  • Hic-Hic-Hooray! - … dim light will damage your eyes. Too much television is bad for your eyes. If you cross your eyes, they will stay that … personal health. Benchmarks: Knows personal health strengths and risks (e.g., results of a personal health assessment); Knows how positive health practices and appropriate health care can help to reduce health risks; Knows strategies and …
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  • Got Dirty Air? - … may cause a variety of adverse human health effects ranging from more minor effects (rashes, eye/nose irritation, headaches, fatigue, shortness of … and can cause crop failures, skin cancer and other environmental/health disasters. What are Air Pollutant Solutions? The water cycle usually … ? (Answer: It can cause serious health effects on humans and other life on Earth, such as itchy eyes, coughing, and change in …
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  • Power of Water Gr07 - … of technological products and systems. Indicator 3 Analyze an environmental health concern and identify the elements of that problem, (e.g … can students infer about the overall health of this body of water? 7 Through the Eyes of a Water Scientist Grade Seven … : Values: Demands: Stakeholder: Interests: Demands: Values: Demands: 21 Through the Eyes of a Water Scientist Grade Seven Attachment E Predicting Positive … to your stream's health. Are photographs of current or potential threats available? Yes No 25 Through the Eyes of a Water …
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  • Should Us Officials & Health Professionals Be Investigated for War Crimes? - … systematic medical monitoring," and its later application to other detainees." *"Health professionals monitored sleep deprivation on more than a dozen detainees … ) states on its website that it "mobilizes the health professions to advance the health and dignity of all people by protecting human … four healthy criminals and investigated the anatomy that surrounded the eye. The experiments failed; the king died." Another example is the …
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  • Movement in Prevention of Childhood Obesity - … Master's Degrees in Special Education, Science, Preventive Medicine (Public Health concentration) and a MD degree from a school of medicine … .com/standards/national/nph/index.shtml Title: National Standards for Health and Physical Education This web site is sponsored by the … these muscles depends upon, among other things, previous experiences. Walking, eye movement, balancing, throwing, writing and doing somersaults are all motor …
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  • Minding Your Body - … away their pencils and notebooks, and have them close their eyes, as you guide them through the following visualization exercise: "Keep … impact health practices; Understands how peer relationships affect health Health Standard 7- Knows how to maintain and promote personal health. Benchmarks: Knows personal health strengths and risks (e.g., results of a personal health assessment); Knows how positive health practices and appropriate health
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  • The League of Extraordinary Senses: - … the body provides natural protection for the brain, eyes, and ears Identify health and safety practices to protect the five senses PA … healthy. Students can log on to LearntobeHealthy.org for further health education activities and games. Lesson Learning Points/Guiding Questions: The … us during the activity through verbal answers provided HEALTH LESSON PLANS: For more health education lesson plans visit LearntobeHealthy.org. E-Mail …
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  • Air Pollution and Asthma (11th Grade) - … carbon dioxide, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxide, and ozone. The health effects include burning eyes, lung disease, chronic respiratory disease, heart disease, and … . "What is Asthma?" http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/dci/Diseases/Asthma/Asthma_WhatIs.html Health and Energy. "Air Pollution Causes and Effects … Defense Council. "Asthma and Air Pollution" http://www.nrdc.org/health/effects/fasthma.asp Natural Resource Defense Council. "Indoor Air Quality …
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  • Diabetes – It's a Killer! - … Compare and contrast information Lesson Topic/Theme Life Science – Personal Health Lesson Number SCI 2004 - 04 Materials/Resources/Internet Sites/Handouts … treatment, and the ADA recommends consultation with your doctor or health care professional. Developed by Susan Pittman 04/25/04 GED … ) by approximately 33% to 50%, and can reduce microvascular disease (eye, kidney, and nerve disease) by approximately 33%. In general, for …
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