Health and Wellness for Life With Online Study Guide
The six dimensions of wellness model was developed by Dr. Bill Hettler, cofounder and president of the board of directors of the National Wellness Institute, which is an organization formed to provide health promotion and wellness resources to health professionals and individuals. The model demonstrates that all six types of wellness�physical, intellectual, emotional, social, spiritual, and occupational�must be present for a person to attain overall wellness (National Wellness Institute 2007).
Team-Building Activities for the Digital Age eBook
These activities harness the power to view images instantaneously in order to help group members learn more about themselves and how they interact with each other.
Early Steps Physical Education Curriculum eBook
Learn physical education teaching methods for preschool and early elementary school students.
Winning Health Promotion Strategies
�If we were to offer a wellness initiative, where would we begin?�
Teaching Healthy Lifestyles in Middle School PE eBook
I suggest that you put on a monitor and walk fast to see how many laps you do in 12 minutes.
Fitness & Health-7th Edition
Our social, economic, built, and even weather environments have changed dramatically over the past three to five decades.
Sport First Aid 5th Edition eBook
The key to prevention is balancing all the factors that influence body temperature so that the body temperature stays within a safe range.
Health for Life With Web Resources-Cloth
Conservation involves the preservation, protection, and restoration of natural ecosystems. It is closely related to sustainability, which involves using a resource in such a way that it is not permanently damaged or depleted.
Enhancing Children's Cognition With Physical Activity Games
To understand how physical activity might affect cognition, it is important to have a general understanding of the structures and functions of the human brain and how those structures evolved.
Promoting Health and Academic Success
Discover School Breakfast Toolkit - Purpose: This toolkit, from the Food and Nutrition Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, was developed to help schools assess current breakfast patterns and programs, calculate costs of implementing or changing breakfast programs, identify the type of meal service to provide to students, and create a marketing plan to engage and sustain a customer base.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) National Center for Health Marketing is announcing an update to CDC’s Web site for tweens (ages 9 - 13). The BAM! Web site has been updated to included 2009 H1N1 flu information. Please take a look at the Body and Mind (BAM!) Web site at http://www.bam.gov and http://www.bam.gov/site_flukrew.html and help get the word out to educators about flu prevention and youth.
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