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20 Apps To Combat Anxiety and Stress

Let’s face it, we’re all feeling a little bit anxious these days! While some people can take a quick moment and zen out, others need a bit of help. Experts suggest meditation, yoga movements, taking deep breaths, and listening to calming music. Luckily there are apps for all of these! Below find some of the…  learn more

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8 Pros and Cons of TikTok On Kids' Mental Health

TikTok is the hottest social media app of the day. One of the most prevalent concerns of parents is the effect it can potentially have on their children's mental health. Some argue that using TikTok can be harmful to youth. Others claim it can benefit their self-esteem. While both sides offer legitimate arguments, we'll try…  learn more

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American Academy of CPR & First Aid

Why is it important to learn CPR? Every year about 350,000 people suffer cardiac arrest i.e. their heart stops. Sudden cardiac death is the most common cause of death in the United States and Canada. If you know how to perform CPR you may be able to save a life.  learn more

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Fit: The Scoop on Sugar

Watch this video to learn about the added sugar in your food and drink.  learn more

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Habits of Mind Primer: Cultivating Real Life Behaviors and Skills

Habits of mind are the critical life skills that students needs to be successful in school and life. Participants will learn practical strategies to help students at all grade levels learn how to face challenges in school and at home.  learn more

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Ignition: Digital Literacy

FREE FOR K-12 TEACHERS, STUDENTS, AND DISTRICTS Ignition: Digital Wellness and Safety is a digital literacy curriculum designed to provide students with the information they need to safely and confidently navigate the digital world. Through six digital responsibility lessons, students take practical steps to protect their privacy and safety online. Students will learn critical digital…  learn more

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Kids Health in the Classsroom

KidsHealth in the Classroom offers educators free health-related lesson plans for PreK through 12th grade. Each Teacher's Guide includes discussion questions, classroom activities and extensions, printable handouts, and quizzes and answer keys  all aligned to National Health Education Standards.  learn more

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Kids' Health

Research shows that children who have their physical and emotional needs met have a lasting sense of well-being. In one study, children raised on nutritious foods had higher self-esteem and fewer social problems than those who had a less healthy diet.1 Active kids, meanwhile, report sounder sleep and an easier time dealing with emotional ups and…  learn more

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KidsHealth

KidsHealth.org is very comprehensive, helpful to educators, adults and students. They have a separate section for teens that is well researched and without bias.  learn more