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My New Years Resolution: Be Joyful and Grateful

My New Years Resolution: Be Joyful and Grateful

Hello everyone!With 2020 behind us and 2021 making its debut, I have been reflecting on all that has happened and I must say I am truly grateful. Grateful for my family, education and the ability to use it to benefit my community, staff, and for all of you. It has been a year of uncertainty, and we have met it with knowledge. Each one of you has continued to do your best to take care of yourself: to remain activeto eat well (for the most part)to have a positive outlook I feel so grateful that...

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Tis the Season for… Diabetes?

Tis the Season for… Diabetes?

We are in October, and for many this month is the beginning of a 3-month free for all when it comes to diet. We tend to give ourselves and our families permission to eat foods we generally avoid. One of the worst additions is refined sugar and fructose. Sources of these two (non-foods) can be sodas, fruit drinks, sweet tea, juice, extra fruit, energy drinks, candy, cakes and cookies, and alcohol. While a little each day doesn’t seem like much, it can and does add up. Let’s look at some...

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Eye Health: What you SEE is What you GET

Eye Health: What you SEE is What you GET

If, “What you see is what you get”, like the saying goes, we might want to think about the gift of sight just a little more seriously. In the US more than 20% of teenagers wear glasses. 53% of adults between the ages of 18 and 34 wear glasses and 77% of adults over 55 wear corrective lenses! A study done by Rose et al (2008) Archives of Opthalmology compared the sight of children in Singapore vs Sydney. In Singapore a child spends an average of 3 hours per week outside compared to a child in...

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Healthy Tips For Preschoolers to Home Schoolers

Healthy Tips For Preschoolers to Home Schoolers

Once children start preschool or kindergarten you may notice that life takes on a new routine, especially this year. All of a sudden you go from carefree time to time for reading, writing and ‘rithmetic! Along with this newfound routine, remember a regular intake of food is needed throughout the day to insure proper nutrition and energy. Children require 3 meals and a snack or two; growing brains and bodies need healthy options. By allowing your child to decide how much food is enough, there...

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