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Don’t let asthma hold you back! All students with well controlled asthma should be able to participate in all school sports. Exercise and sports are important for keeping our students fit and maintaining a healthy weight. Exercising improves our lung strength which is beneficial to students with asthma.
The benefits of a good night’s sleep are widely celebrated. The average adult needs between seven and nine hours to give the body and brain time to rest and replenish. Growing children and teenagers need considerably more, and for young athletes, who physically exert themselves on a regular basis, sleep is even more essential.
Every parent of teens knows how difficult it can be to get through to them, but it doesn’t have to be this way. There are many things parents can do - and a couple of things they definitely shouldn’t do – to get their teens to listen. Here’s what the experts suggest.
For the average person, our image of sports therapy is limited to professional players or sports enthusiasts who consistently exercise, but this is not necessarily a complete picture. I would like to draw the attention of the individuals who generally have a love hate (on again, off again) relationship with exercise at best but desperately want to get healthy and maintain it. If you are one of those patients who plod on with determination despite your contused appendage hanging on by non-bony parts of the anatomy with no hope of winning, you will not be the focus of this article even if the information is still applicable.
Let's face it, it is a conversation that no one wants to have, however, it is a discussion that needs to happen in every home, especially when there is so much uncertainly in the world today. Of course, life insurance is a personal choice, however, life insurance is often not about you, but about protecting what you hold dear to your heart. Here are four common reasons why people apply for life insurance.