A Mind Full of Health

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Title

A Mind Full of Health

Subject

Decision Making; Goal Setting; Hygiene; Physical Activity; Play; Relationships; Youth; Habits of Health & Habits of Mind (Ubbes, 2008)

Description

National Health Education Standards

Standard 5:
Students will demonstrate the ability to use decision-making skills to enhance health.

Performance Indicator for Grades 6-8 :
5.8.1 Identify circumstances that can help or hinder healthy decision making.

5.8.2 Determine when health-related situations require the application of a thoughtful decision- making process.

5.8.4 Distinguish between healthy and unhealthy alternatives to health-related issues or problems.

5.8.5 Predict the potential short-term impact of each alternative on self and others.

5.8.6 Choose healthy alternatives over unhealthy alternatives when making a decision.

Standard 6: Students will demonstrate the ability to use goal setting skills to enhance health.

Standard 7: Students w ill demonstrate the ability to practice health-enhancing behaviors and avoid or reduce health risks.

Creator

Miller, Kevin with Josh Oates

Publisher

Miami University LIbraries

Date

2013

Contributor

Ubbes, Valerie (editor and genre designer)

Format

PDF

Language

English

Type

Text

Identifier

AMindFullofHealth

Text

A Mind Full of Health: Balancing My Health Behaviors
Written by Kevin Miller with Josh Oates

Managing Relationships & Stress
Staying Safe
Keeping Up With Hygiene
Combining Nutrition & Exercise
Incorporating Decision Making With Hygiene
Communicating to Build Relationships
Resolving Conflicts and Strengthening Relationships
Making Good Decisions About Nutrition
Setting Goals and Maintaining Friendships

According to the Mayo Clinic (2011):
“For your body to function properly, you must replenish its water supply by consuming beverages and foods that contain water.” “The Institute of Medicine determined that an adequate intake for men is roughly 3 liters of total beverages a day. The average intake for women is 2.2 liters of total beverages a day.”

Citation

Miller, Kevin with Josh Oates, “A Mind Full of Health,” Health Literacy Database at Miami University, accessed July 21, 2017, https://dlp.lib.miamioh.edu/healthliteracy/items/show/162.