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Sports, Health and Fitness education (2014)

13 Pages | 413.44 KB |

© ARK Conway, ARK Bentworth 2014 Sports, health and fitness education © ARK Conway, ARK Bentworth 2014 Sports, health and fitness education Purpose of study A high-quality physical education curriculum inspires all pupils to succeed and excel in competitive sport and other physically-demanding activities. It should provide opportunities for pupils to become physically confident in a way which supports their health and fitness. Opportunities to compete in sport and other activities build character and help to embed values such as fairness and respect. Aims The programme is aligned with the 2014 national curriculum for physical education and aims to ensure that all pupils:  develop competence to excel in a broad range of physical activities  are physically active for sustained periods of time  engage in competitive sports and activities  lead healthy, active lives. Structure One of the core features of the programme is to give context to

Celebrity Health, Fitness & Nutrition Spokesperson Kathy Kaehler (2012)

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        Celebrity Health, Fitness & Nutrition Spokesperson Kathy Kaehler    Fitness Hall of Famer and nationally‐recognized healthy  living spokesperson Kathy Kaehler  is America’s go‐to  resource for the best in knowledge, products and programs, captivating audiences across the country with her  exceptional combination of unparalleled knowledge and real‐world experience.    For more than two decades Kathy has been a trusted expert in the national media spotlight, helping everyone  from  the soccer mom  to  the celebrity superstar get  in shape and adopt a healthy  lifestyle. A working mom  who has worked with A‐list Hollywood celebrities including Julia Roberts, Michele Pfeiffer, Kim Kardashian and  Jennifer Aniston, Kathy is the creator of Sunday Set‐Up,™ a online subscription program featuring a signature  system  for organizing  food at  the beginning of  the week, ensuring healthy snacks and meals make  it  to  the  table all week  long. Celebrities  including Tiffany Theissen, Melissa Rivers, Nancy O’Dell, Angie Harmon, Lisa  Rinna and Rebecca Romijn have embraced Sunday Set‐Up, along with thousands of families across the nation,  making it a perfect medium for highlighting brands, products and foods that support healthy living.      A  hands‐on  healthy  living  advocate  who  passionately  lives  what  she  teaches,  Kathy  is  in‐demand  as  a  spokesperson who  loves to share the best  in products, programs and nutrition with fans who  look to her for  guidance  and  inspiration  for  healthy  living.  She  continue  to  serve  as  the  celebrity  spokesperson  for  international health and nutrition company USANA and has   worked with other high‐profile brands  including  Pretzel  Crisps,  HealthyOnes,  Propel,  Vaseline,  Nasonex,  Ragu,  Boniva,  Milk  Board,  Chilean  Fruit  Board,  MioWatch, Walkmill,  Serta,  Breyers,  and  Enell. While  representing  the Walkmill,  Kathy  appeared  twice  on  QVC, each time selling out the portable treadmill.     As  a  prolific  and  best‐selling  author,  Kathy’s most  recent  book, Mom  Energy…A  Simple  Plan  To  Live  Fully  Charged, supports mothers who want to live energized and fulfilled lives, for themselves and for their families.  Other previous titles include Teenage Fitness, Kathy Kaehler’s Celebrity Workouts, Real World Fitness and Fit  and Sexy for Life. She currently writes a weekly blog for The Huffington Post and has written for Elle, Self and  Women’s Sports and Fitness and provided  training  tips  for  InStyle, Us Weekly, Shape, Fitness, Family Circle,  Health, More, Woman’s Day magazines, MSNBC.com and more.     To  learn more about Kathy and  join the millions of followers, fans and celebrities who are connected to her  and always want to know what she’s up to, you can find her on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, YouTube, and at  her website www.kathykaehler.net.                   Sunday Set‐Up™ Creator Kathy Kaehler    Fitness Hall of Fame celebrity trainer Kathy Kaehler, America’s trusted go‐to resource  for healthy  living, has  captivated  the  country with her unparalleled knowledge and  real‐world experience, helping everyone  from  the soccer mom to the celebrity superstar get in shape and adopt a healthy lifestyle.    For more than two decades Kathy has been a nationally‐recognized fixture in the media spotlight as a celebrity  spokesperson, 

Mobile Health and Fitness Apps: What Are the Privacy Risks?

7 Pages | 86.32 KB |

Published on Privacy Rights Clearinghouse (https://www.privacyrights.org) Home > Mobile Health and Fitness Apps: What Are the Privacy Risks? Mobile Health and Fitness Apps: What Are the Privacy Risks? [1] Copyright © 1994 - 2017 Privacy Rights Clearinghouse Posted Jul 01 2013 Revised Dec 16 2016 1. Wellness App Basics 2. Risks 3. Laws 4. Protecting Your Privacy 5. Additional Reports From PRC's Study 6. Resources 1. Wellness App Basics Most Americans own at least one mobile device capable of running software applications (apps), and there are millions of apps available for almost every purpose imaginable. This includes health and fitness monitoring. In 2013, Privacy Rights Clearinghouse (PRC) received a grant from the California Consumer Protection Foundation to study health and fitness app privacy. PRC analyzed 43 health and fitness apps (23 free and 20 paid) on the Apple iOS and Android platform. This guide includes a summary of our findings.

Diet & Bowel Health (2012)

6 Pages | 3.39 M |

Digestive and bowel health is an important public health issue in Australia. We have an ageing population and increasing levels of digestive health problems, including colorectal cancer (CRC), Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and malabsorption and malnutrition. Colorectal Cancer Colorectal cancer remains the most common cancer in Australia with 30 new patients diagnosed every day. 4 out of 5 patients have no recognizable risk factors. Prof Terry Bolin stated that diet is important and it seems likely that fibre and particularly, resistant starch intake, influence the genesis of CRC. He referred to the low incidence of CRC in Africa and Asia where starch intake is high. To further its commitment to improving the digestive health of Australians, Bürgen® Rye initiated an Expert Roundtable discussion, held at CSIRO (Food Futures Centre), Sydney on 12 October 2011. The aim of the full day meeting was to assess the current advice and provide evidence-based,

Why and How People Change Health Behaviors (2005)

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Why and How People Change Health Behaviors Why and How People Change Health Behaviors Introduction Why and How People Change Health Behaviors presents stories from indi- viduals who have made successful lifestyle behavior changes and maintained them for a significant period of time. The intention of the book is three- fold: 1) to help those who have not yet made positive behavior changes by providing motivation and insight, 2) to assist those who are currently attempting a lifestyle change, and 3) to serve as a source of hope and support for those who have tried and have experienced failures in the past. The evidence continues to mount that health behaviors have perhaps the single greatest influence on our health, and thus ultimately our lives. Most people who are not practicing healthy behaviors know they should change, but don’t exactly know how. A significant amount of research has been conducted on

Community Health - Baptist Health College (2006)

8 Pages | 54.59 KB |

1 BAPTIST HEALTH SCHOOL OF NURSING NSG 4027: Professional Roles in Nursing Practice Introduction to Community Health Nursing: The Professional Role Lecture Objectives: 1. Distinguish between populations, aggregates, neighborhoods, and communities as populations served by Community Health Nursing (CHN). 2. Differentiate between the goals of Public Health Practice and Medicine. 3. Discuss the history, significance, and trends of the National Health Objectives. 4. Discuss historical events and contributions in the development of Public Health Nursing (PHN) and Community Health Nursing. 5 Understand Community Health Nursing. 6. Summarize the Standards of Community Health Nursing Practice. 7. Specify the characteristics/attributes of a Community Health Nurse (CHN). 8. Distinguish between client-oriented roles, delivery oriented roles and population oriented roles performed by the CHN. Reading Assignment: There is no text for this material. Student is responsible for what is presented in lecture hours. The reference text is Clark, M.J. (2003). Community Health Nursing: Caring

Cleaner bank notes for cleaner Health

31 Pages | 5.93 M |

Cleaner bank notes for cleaner health. Date : 1 October 2016 Dear People of Pakistan, Please help the statebank to clean all the old and dirty soiled notes of Pakistan. If you get a soiled note, then you can submit it to any bank branch. Also stop accepting any soiled notes from any bank branch. If there is any black marketing then it shall be evident if some or all bank branches return the soiled notes or refuse to accept them. Document and inform all refusals via video by any bank branch so that statebank can be informed of which branch is black marketing the new notes. Also post it to social media so that people can know which branches need to be reported and fixed. If the branches claim that the statebank is not providing them the new notes, then get the details for forwarding to the statebank as

Health Assessment and Physical Examination, 3rd ed (2005)

18 Pages | 708.98 KB |

Physical Assessment 8 Physical Assessment Techniques 9 General Survey, Vital Signs, and Pain 10 Skin, Hair, and Nails 11 Head, Neck, and Regional Lymphatics 12 Eyes 13 Ears, Nose, Mouth, and Throat 14 Breasts and Regional Nodes 15 Thorax and Lungs 16 Heart and Peripheral Vasculature 17 Abdomen 18 Musculoskeletal System 19 Mental Status and Neurological Techniques 20 Female Genitalia 21 Male Genitalia 22 Anus, Rectum, and Prostate Unit 3 i She must have a respect for her own calling, because God’s precious gift of life is often literally placed in her hands; she must be a sound, and close, and quick observer. —Florence Nightingale Chapter 8PhysicalAssessment Techniques COMPETENCIES 1. Describe how to maintain standard precautions during the physical assessment. 2. Establish an environment suitable for conducting a physical assessment. 3. Describe how to perform inspection, palpation, percussion, and auscultation, and which areas of the body are assessed with each

Introduction to Health Psychology (2015)

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1 Psychology 367 –Health Psychology Spring 2015 MW 8-9:50 AM Instructor: Dr. Darby Saxbe, SGM 711, dsaxbe@usc.edu Office Hours: Wednesdays 10-11:30 (advance appointment required) Texts: Taylor, S. E. (2012). Health psychology (8th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill. Sapolsky, R. (2004). Why Don’t Zebras Get Ulcers? (3rd Edition). New York: W.H. Freeman Selected articles (see below), to be uploaded to Blackboard Course Overview: Does stress make us sick? Why do people with more friends live longer? What links poverty with disease? Why is it so hard to lose weight and quit smoking? This course will help you find the answers to these questions and more by introducing you to the dynamic field of health psychology. Health psychology examines the bidirectional relationship between psychology and physical health. You will learn about how the mind and body interrelate, the mechanisms through which stress affects health, and how psychologists can intervene to help manage pain

Health Psychology - Rutgers Psychology (2012)

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Health Psychology Spring 2012 Page 1 of 11 Health Psychology 01:830:377:01 [Index: 48226] Spring 2012 Instructor: Dr. TJ Musumeci-Szabó Office: 633 Tillett Hall, Livingston Campus Email: tmusumec@rci.rutgers.edu Office Hours: Monday 10:30-12:30 p.m. & Wed. by appt. Teaching Assistant: Jeff DeWitt Office: Room 124, Psychology Bldg., Busch Campus Email: jrd202@rci.rutgers.edu Office Hours: Tuesdays 1:00-3:00 p.m. & by appointment Class Location: Scott Hall, Room 123, College Avenue Campus Class Meetings: January 17th - May 9th, Monday and Thursday, 8:10 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Required Text: Sanderson, C.A. (2004). Health Psychology (1st ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley and Sons. Your textbook is available for purchase with NJ Books. ISBN: 978-0471150749 On reserve at Alexander Library: Available for 2 hour in-library use. Required Feature Films: Patch Adams (1999), Philadelphia (1993), and Super Size Me (2004) These films are wildly available for viewing—it will be up to you to decide how you view them. One