That may sound like a lot for a school day, but it doesn’t have to happen all at once. And there are so many ways to squeeze in activity at different times of the day. – Source: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
For children and teens to grow up healthy, it’s important they are physically active and eat healthy foods every day. Source: Caring for Kids
Many women feel physical or mood changes during the days before menstruation. When these symptoms happen month after month, and they affect a woman’s normal life, they are known as premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Source: ACOG
For children and teens to grow up healthy, it’s important they are physically active every day. Daily physical activity can include free play, games, sports, transportation (walking, cycling), recreation, and physical education. Source: Canadian Pediatric Society
Source: Abilities Centre
Aerobic exercise routine from NCHPAD’s Teens on the Move exercise DVD/video for children and youth with spina bifida. Source: National Center on Health, Physical Activity and Disability (NCHPAD)
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