PERSONAL HYGIENE AND HEALTH PPT

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The old age Personal Hygiene Of elderly people and Improvements potx

THE OLD AGE PERSONAL HYGIENE OF ELDERLY PEOPLE AND IMPROVEMENTS POTX

Thus personal hygiene is most important of all the issues with elderly person, as the hygienic person will probably not get ill and thus other miseries. We should also think about the old people who are living in rural areas because more than four times as many older persons live in the rural areas of India as in urban areas. Thus considering for old age means focusing on all the issues that come up with this age to find a better solution. The need for personal hygiene is the first priority that should be given because a healthy and clean person will have a better living and others will prefer to be close to the person. Personal hygiene involves cleansing of the body internally and externally. Classifying each point of hygiene will give a better understanding of the subject and discuss them in brief. Bathing: Physiologically, bathing allows cleansing of the skin and removal of accumulated foreign matter. Bathing displaces dead skin, prevents irritations and rashes that would otherwise transform into infections, and washes away waste materials that can interfere with the normal functioning of the skin. Safety problems among the aged are generally due to the loss of physical capabilities and poor design of bathing equipment. In order to compensate for loss of capabilities, the elderly tend to over-exert themselves. This seriously affects their security and personal well being. For example, the elderly have difficulty bending over and kneeling down. They are unable to access parts of their body when standing, and some even when sitting. The elderly are constrained by limited reach and poor grip strength. They feel exerted by the poor design and location of controls like tap and shower. They have problems reaching fixtures and grasping them. Many receive injuries from applying excessive force. Poor balance affects stabilization. Historically, the development of bathing equipment has been more of chance than conscious design. First, these products are outdated and they fail to meet the physical
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Proof That Online Advertising Works. docx

PROOF THAT ONLINE ADVERTISING WORKS. DOCX

Offline sales from households that were served online advertisements for an impulse food productincreased 19% over the control group. What's more, the study revealed that households with increased adfrequencies resulted in higher volumes of total sales. (With 7-10 exposures, there was a 28% increase overthe control group.)3 The same study did not find a significant impact on “planned purchased goods” –in thiscase a household cleaning product and a personal hygiene product. However, it is important to note thatthe short time window of the experiment does not suit testing products with longer purchase cycles.Online Advertising Impact on Offline SalesPercent Lift of Sales Volume of Test Group Over Contr ol Gr oup-5%0%5%10%15%20%25%Impulse Food HouseholdCleaningPer s on alHygieneBrand Test CategoriesNot SignificantFrequency Effect on Offline Impulse Food SalesPercent Lift of Sales Volume of Test Group Over Control Group-5%0%5%
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Atlas Institute Digital Marketing Insight pdf

ATLAS INSTITUTE DIGITAL MARKETING INSIGHT PDF

the control group.)3 The same study did not find a significant impact on “planned purchased goods” –in thiscase a household cleaning product and a personal hygiene product. However, it is important to note thatthe short time window of the experiment does not suit testing products with longer purchase cycles.Online Advertising Im pact on Offline SalesPercent Lift of Sales Volume of Test Group Over Contr ol Gr oup-5%0%5%10%15%20%25%Impulse Food HouseholdCleaningPer s onalHygieneBrand Test CategoriesNot SignificantFrequency Effect on Offline Impulse Food SalesPercent Lift of Sales Volume of Test Group Over Control Group-5%0%5%10%15%20%
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Tilapia Diseases 101 docx

TILAPIA DISEASES 101 DOCX

allowed to feel the temperature of a farmer's tank water. People can’t afford to live in a bubble, but by addressing the obvious routes of pathogen transfer (fish, water, employees' hands and shoes), a farmer can dramatically reduce the risk of becoming infected. The best way to avoid disease is to buy clean fish in the first place. A farmer can further reduce his or her risk of disease by implementing the following simple methods:  maintain good fish nutrition  avoid over-crowding  maintain good personal hygiene  hand-washing with antibacterial soaps  disinfectant foot baths  live-haul truck disinfection  limit visitors Specific Pathogens The clinically significant tilapia pathogens fall into the general categories of viruses, bacteria, and protozoa. Mycotic (fungal) diseases are only significant if the tilapia are under constant stress. In certain systems, metazoan ectoparasites and endoparasites cause problems, but do not significantly impact the tilapia industry. Streptococcus One of the most significant diseases in tilapia culture worldwide, and particularly in indoor systems, is caused by Streptococcus. The primary strain of strep infecting aquaculture facilities is suspected to be Streptococcus iniae, although other strains have been implicated and are in the process of being identified. This disease results in the
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Atlas Institute | Digital Marketing Insights:Proof That Online Advertising Works potx

ATLAS INSTITUTE | DIGITAL MARKETING INSIGHTS:PROOF THAT ONLINE ADVERTISING WORKS POTX

the control group.)3 The same study did not find a significant impact on “planned purchased goods” –in thiscase a household cleaning product and a personal hygiene product. However, it is important to note thatthe short time window of the experiment does not suit testing products with longer purchase cycles.Online Advertising Im pact on Offline SalesPercent Lift of Sales Volume of Test Group Over Contr ol Gr oup-5%0%5%10%15%20%25%Impulse Food HouseholdCleaningPer s onalHygieneBrand Test CategoriesNot SignificantFrequency Effect on Offline Impulse Food SalesPercent Lift of Sales Volume of Test Group Over Control Group-5%0%5%10%15%20%
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Atlas Institute Digital Marketing Insights:Proof That Online Advertising Works By: Young-Bean pdf

ATLAS INSTITUTE DIGITAL MARKETING INSIGHTS:PROOF THAT ONLINE ADVERTISING WORKS BY: YOUNG-BEAN PDF

the control group.)3 The same study did not find a significant impact on “planned purchased goods” –in thiscase a household cleaning product and a personal hygiene product. However, it is important to note thatthe short time window of the experiment does not suit testing products with longer purchase cycles.Online Advertising Im pact on Offline SalesPercent Lift of Sales Volume of Test Group Over Contr ol Gr oup-5%0%5%10%15%20%25%Impulse Food HouseholdCleaningPer s onalHygieneBrand Test CategoriesNot SignificantFrequency Effect on Offline Impulse Food SalesPercent Lift of Sales Volume of Test Group Over Control Group-5%0%5%10%15%20%
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GIÁO ÁN TIẾNG ANH 7 UNIT 10 HEALTH AND HYGIENE

GIÁO ÁN TIẾNG ANH 7 UNIT 10 HEALTH AND HYGIENE

e. Hoa’s mother wants her to : do her own washing and ironing .f. Hoa ‘s mother does’nt want her to eat too much candy.- Ask Ss to read the reading aloud.- Correct the Ss’ pronunciation.D .Post – reading.- Ask Ss to work in pairs to dicuss saying about the things they often do to keepthe body healthy.- Give the guided questions+ What do you often do in the morning / afternoon / evening?+ Do you brush your teeth in the morning / in the evening?4.Consolidation- Retell the content of the lesson.5. Home work- Ask Ss to do the exercise A1 in the work book.Pre: .................Unit 10 : Health and hygiene.Period 63 : Lesson 2 : A .2 -3 .I. Objectives.After the lesson Ss will be able to revive the new topic : Personal hygiene.And revive the structure : brush one’s teeth, have breakfast/ lunch/ dinner, washand iron clothes.......-To drill Ss listening ,Reading skills.II. Teaching aids.Tape , cassette, text book , work sheet.
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HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION: CONTENT KNOWLEDGE (0856/5856) pdf

HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION CONTENT KNOWLEDGE 0856 5856 PDF

time to improve the level of fitness (progression).13. Choice (B) is the correct answer because it is the only optionthat does not include at least one item that does not increase in alinear fashion as oxygen consumption increases.14. The correct answer is (D). The definition of angular motionclearly covers all three of the movements listed; when an objectacting as a rigid bar moves in an arc about an axis.15. All three activities require that their participants maintain acompact arrangement of the body so that it can move smoothlythrough the medium (air or water) that is involved. (C) is thecorrect answer, because the failure to observe this compactbodily arrangement would hinder movement by creating drag.16. Choice (C) describes a method of practice that involvesworking on specific elements of a skill in isolation. Because thismethod allows those elements of a skill that present the greatestrisk of injury to be mastered under controlled conditions beforethe skill is attempted “whole” and under real conditions, (C) is thecorrect answer.17. This question is based on a standard textbook discussion ofthe rationale for warm-down following vigorous physical activity,which clearly establishes (A), (B), and (D) as real effects of properwarm-down procedures. (C) is not such an effect and is thus thecorrect answer.Health and Physical Education: Content Knowledge (0856/5856)8Copyright © 2012 by Educational Testing Service. All rights reserved. ETS, the ETS logo, LISTENING. LEARNING. LEADING., PRAXIS I, PRAXIS II, and PRAXIS IIIare registered trademarks of Educational Testing Service (ETS) in the United States and other countries. PRAXIS and THE PRAXIS SERIES are trademarks of ETS. 860118. The correct answer is (A). Swimming a distance such asone-half mile would increase cardiovascular fitness just asdistance running would. Swimming may help maintain flexibility
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ANIMAL%20HEALTH%20AND%20SUNDRIES[1]

ANIMAL%20HEALTH%20AND%20SUNDRIES[1]

ANIMAL HEALTHAND SUNDRIESCCF Stock health and welfare isparamount to the success of any farmand smallholding. CCF has a largerange of animal health products tocater for many types of animalsincluding pigs, sheep, cattle, goats andpoultry.We can offer branded products from allthe major manufacturers and havetrained staff in every branch offeringadvice on the best products to use. Note: As with any animal healthproduct, always read the productlabels and follow the manufacturersguidelines. Animal Health and Sundriesemail: sales@ccfagri.co.uk www.ccfagri.co.uk Tel: 01437 56344125Animal Health CattleCATTLE ANTHELMINTICSCATTLE WORMERS GROUP 1 BENZIMIDAZOLES (WHITE DRENCHES)Product Chemical Parasites Controlled Usage Group Dose rate Withdrawal PeriodAutoworm Finisher Oxfendazole R.L.T Bolus 1 1 BOLUS 6 monthsAutoworm First Grazer Oxfendazole R.L.T Bolus 1 1 BOLUS 8 monthsOvispec SC 10% Albendazole R.L.T Oral 1 & 4 1.5ML/20KG 14 daysF 2ML/20KGOvispec SC 2.5% Albendazole R.L.T. Oral 1 & 4 3ML/10KG 14 daysF 4ML/10KG
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Unit 10- B1-2

UNIT 10- B1-2

Play the letters ! Have a toothache (n): Bị đau răngUNIT 10: HEALTH AND HYGIENEUNIT 10: HEALTH AND HYGIENE UNIT 10: HEALTH AND HYGIENEUNIT 10: HEALTH AND HYGIENEAppointment (n):Cuộc hẹn LESSON 3: SECTION B1UNIT 10: HEALTH AND HYGIENEUNIT 10: HEALTH AND HYGIENEBe scared (a): Sợ hãi Vocabulary:UNIT 10: HEALTH AND HYGIENEUNIT 10: HEALTH AND HYGIENEHate (v):ghét# love (v): LESSON 3: SECTION B1UNIT 10: HEALTH AND HYGIENEUNIT 10: HEALTH AND HYGIENEHurt (v)- hurt : Làm đau
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unit 10- ­lesson 1

UNIT 10- ­LESSON 1

Unit 10: Health and hygieneI.Objectives: - By the end of this Unit ss will be able to read for details to understand a letter about Hoa and her family. Reading a letter to understand the details about Hoa and her family. Listening to a text about rountine to revise past simple tense. Writing a letter to reply and talk about routine and hygiene Reading a dialogue about a visit to the dentist.II.Teaching aids for unit Word cues, picture, cards, radio and tape. III. Procedure:Lesson 1 : A1Lesson 2 : A2-3Lesson 3 : A4Lesson 4 : B1Lesson 5 : B 2,3Leson 6: B4 (B5)Date of preparing: Period 62Unit 10: Health and hygiene (Lesson 1: A1 P.99)A,Objectives: - By the end of the lesson students will be able to read for details to understand a letter about Hoa and her family. Reading a letter to understand the details about Hoa and her family. B.Teaching aids: Book, picture,cards C.Methods: What and where, Brainstorm, Qts and answers.D.Contents:I.Orgnization Teaching date: 7A: 7B: Teacher and students activities’ BoarwritingII. Revision:
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Urban Health and Society: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Research and Practice - Part 20 pptx

URBAN HEALTH AND SOCIETY: INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACHES TO RESEARCH AND PRACTICE - PART 20 PPTX

became very ill for six months. His wife had to quit her job, and the loss of income put them behind on their bills. Later in the group, talk turned to the emotional consequences of their experiences. JoAnn spoke of how her daughter ’ s mental health was affected by the stress at home over her cancer, the chemotherapy, and the threat of losing their home. The school counselor called to report: She ’ s not the same old child, she ’ s not energetic, . . . and I talked to her and I asked her, you know, is everything okay at home, and she just broke down. JoAnn concluded by saying, And so it affects everybody . . . my mom was depressed, my daughter was depressed and my sisters were depressed and, you know, my boyfriend . . . everybody around me, it just affects everybody. Another woman spoke for the consensus in the group: Depression, frustration, tears, anger, I mean, you name it; you feel the whole spec-trum. It ’ s, like, fi rst you ’ re depressed because you know it ’ s going to happen. Then when you try to get help and you don ’ t, well, try this, and try that, and try this, so you feel like you ’ re bouncing in every direction, trying to pull things together. You feel the whole spectrum of negative emotions; there ’ s no particular one that will satisfy you. The conversations were much the same in every group, but often, health problems were embedded in a larger web of institutional and family crises. For example, Sandra described how her daughter had cancer of the eye; she then lost the child ’ s disability payment when regulations were tightened, and the stress led her husband to leave the family, cutting household income and leaving her without a car. She lives paycheck to c07.indd 172c07.indd 172 6/3/09 12:02:51 PM6/3/09 12:02:51 PMForeclosure and Public Health 173paycheck doing telemarketing on commission and is underinsured. Thus, she is not reimbursed for her daughter ’ s $ 100 a month asthma medicine. Despite all this, her life is more stable than most of her relatives, so she took in her nephew who was get-ting into trouble. She saw him through high school and into a military career but also
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Fit-City 2: Promoting Physical Activity through Design pptx

FIT-CITY 2: PROMOTING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY THROUGH DESIGN PPTX

space, material durability, amenity and maintenance.HOUSING: Incorporate more conditions and spaces for physical activity intohousing design, including safe stairwells, play areas and exercise facilities.SCHOOL USE: Keep public school buildings and schoolyards open before andafter classroom hours to encourage community use and recreation activities.Create relationships between schools and neighborhood parks.BICYCLES: Encourage bicycle use by promoting workday bicycle storage withinoffice buildings, and by increasing number and safety of bike lanes.PUBLIC TRANSIT: Promote use of public transit, and the avoidance of door-to-door private transit, by subsidy, toll and other strategies. Factor health into thedecision-making processes about transportation modes promoted on thestreet.MIXED USE ZONING: Encourage walkable mixed-use neighborhoods wherepeople are more likely to walk from one location to another.PARTNERSHIP: Develop mechanisms for the AIA, DOHMH, and allies to partnerwith other governmental agencies and non-governmental organizations to im-prove the built environment to increase physical activity in parks, playgrounds,schools, housing, workplaces and streets.3• REMARKS BY MARY BASSETT, MD, MPHOOPPEENNIINNGG RREEMMAARRKKSS:: MMAARRYY BBAASSSSEETTTT,, MMDD,, MMPPHH,, DDEEPPUUTTYY CCOOMMMMIISSSSIIOONNEERR OOFF NNYYCC DDEEPPAARRTTMMEENNTT OOFF HHEEAALLTTHH AANNDD MMEENNTTAALL HHYYGGIIEENNEEWhen we look at adults in New York City, the prevalence of obesity is actuallylower than the national scale. If we were a state, we'd rank fourth as theslimmest state. But that's not saying much. One in 5 New York City adults are still obese (extremely overweight) and another 1/3 are overweight. Here inour city we also see variation in the distribution of overweight residents. Manhattan, particularly Lower Manhattan, is relatively thin. However, CentralBrooklyn and East Harlem have a greater than 30 percent prevalence of adult
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GRADE LEVEL CONTENT EXPECTATIONS: Grade Two docx

GRADE LEVEL CONTENT EXPECTATIONS: GRADE TWO DOCX

6. Decision Making All students will use decision-making skills to enhance health.7. Social Skills All students will demonstrate effective interpersonal communication and other social skills which enhance health.8. Advocacy All students will demonstrate advocacy skills for enhanced personal, family, and community health.Please note that, while all the Content Standards are addressed in these Grade Level Content Expectations for Health Education as a whole, not all standards will be addressed in each strand. Health Education Expectations Grade TwoGRADE 2 HEALTH CONTENT EXPECTATIONS 1/07 v.1 4 OF 6 MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONSTRAND 1: NUTRITION AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITYStandard 1: Core Concepts1.1 Explain the importance of eating a variety of foods from all of the food groups. 1.2 Classify foods into the food groups. 1.3 Describe the characteristics of combination foods. 1.4 Describe the characteristics of foods and beverages that should be limited.Standard 3: Health Behaviors 1.5 Provide examples of combination foods. 1.6 Provide examples of foods and beverages that should be limited.1.7 Generate examples of a variety of physical activities that can be enjoyed when in or near the water.STRAND 2: ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, AND OTHER DRUGSStandard 1: Core Concepts2.1 Explain that all forms of tobacco products contain harmful chemicals, including the drug nicotine. 2.2 Describe the impact of using tobacco, including that it is addictive. 2.3 Describe the impact of consuming food or beverages that contain caffeine. 2.4 Describe the impact of using alcohol, including that it changes how a person feels, thinks, and acts. Standard 3: Health Behaviors2.5 Suggest alternative foods and beverages that are caffeine free. 2.6 Demonstrate strategies to avoid exposure to secondhand smoke. STRAND 3: SAFETY
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6 Books for the Well-Rounded Entrepreneur

BOOKS FOR THE WELLROUNDED ENTREPRENEUR

But you will find ways to waste less time, be more productive, and focus more on what truly drivesthe results you want in your business and personal life.Gotta love that.Improving SkillsI admit it: I'm a sucker for books that give practical advice for developing skills and talent. Theproblem is that most "self help" books are mostly breathless enthusiasm and motivat ion; many canbe summarized by Rob Schneider's, "You can do it!"Great. I can do it! But wait: How can I do it?The subtitle of Practice Perfect is "42 Rules for Getting Better at Getting Bet ter." It's like the"teach a man to fish" principle: Instead of describing how to improve one specific skill, PracticePerfect provides practical tools for practicing, modeling, using feedback, and making those newskills stick.Best of all it's a guide to not only improving your own skills but also your employees' skills.Helping other people get better as a leader isn't that your most important job?MarketingWe all know that great advertising or, really, any great "pitch" contains a blend of emotional andrational appeal.The Hidden Agenda lays out a blueprint for determining the hidden agendas of decision makers and in the process transcend persuasion and create connections.Sound fluffy? It's not. As a consumer, I have needs. I have wants. And I have beliefs. Connect yourproducts, services, or ideas with my needs, wants, and beliefs and then you don't have to sell me.I'm already with you.Operat ionsI worked in manufacturing for 20 years and still take some productivity and quality improvementconsulting gigs, so I'm also a sucker for operations books.American Icon, the story of Ford's turnaround, without a government bailout, is outstanding.And it reads like a novel although in this case a "novel" that will help you lead and run your ownbusiness better.Health and FitnessGuess what: Most people drink too much during and after exercise; for most of us drinking when
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GIÁO ÁN TIẾNG ANH 7 UNIT 10 HEALTH AND HYGIENE

GIÁO ÁN TIẾNG ANH 7 UNIT 10 HEALTH AND HYGIENE

Thanks for your letter, I’m glad to hear you are (2). Now I am having a lot of fun. I hope you will(3) Ha Noi after the harvest. We will (4) around the city.Don’t worry about meI know how to (5) care of myself. Every day I get (6) early to (7) morning exercises. And I don’t(8) to bed late. Before bedtime, I often (9) my teeth. Take care, Dad. (10) Again soon.Love,HoaSectionStepsTechniques and contentsDrawingexperienceB1Page 103Warm – up* Brainstorming:What did Hoa do to take care of her teeth in herletter in worksheet?S: brushes her teeth before bedtimeT: What happen if we don’t does like Hoa?S: toothacheT: uses gestures to shoe meaning  new word:
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New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards for Comprehensive Health and Physical Education pot

NEW JERSEY CORE CURRICULUM CONTENT STANDARDS FOR COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION POT

• Advocates for personal, family, community, and global wellness and is knowledgeable about national and international public health and safety issues. Intent and Spirit of the Comprehensive Health and Physical Education Standards All students participate in a comprehensive, sequential, health and physical education program that emphasizes the natural interdisciplinary connection between wellness and health and physical education. The standards provide a blueprint for curriculum development, instruction, and assessment that reflects the latest research-based platform for effective health and physical education programs. The primary focus of the standards is on the development of knowledge and skills that influence healthy behaviors within the context of self, family, school, and the local and global community. The 2009 revised standards incorporate the current thinking and best practices found in health and physical education documents published by national content-specific organizations as well as public health and other education organizations and agencies. Revised Standards The Comprehensive Health and Physical Education Standards provide the foundation for creating local curricula and meaningful assessments. Revisions to the standards include cumulative progress indicators that reflect: o Recently enacted legislation outlined in the section below o An emphasis on health literacy, a 21st century theme o Global perspectives about health and wellness through comparative analysis of health-related issues, attitudes, and behaviors in other countries o Inclusion of additional skills related to traffic safety, fire safety, and accident and poison prevention o Increased awareness of and sensitivity to the challenges related to individuals with disabilities The 2009 standards continue to incorporate New Jersey Legislative Statutes related to the health and well-being of students in New Jersey public schools, including those enacted from 2004 – 2008:
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E 7 UNIT 10: HEALTH AND HYGIENE

E 7 UNIT 10: HEALTH AND HYGIENE

Unit 10: STAYING HEALTHYB. Food and drink Answers these questions:1. Are you hungry? 2. Do you want to have some food and drinks?3. What would you like? New words:apple orange banana water

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thao giang 2.ppt

THAO GIANG 2

  TRANG 12 4.HOME WORK: • -LEARN BY HEART THE VOCABULARY • -RETELL THE STORY TRANG 13 UNIT 10:HEALTH AND HYGIENE LESSON 5:B2-3 1.VOCABULARY: 2.LISTENING:B2/P104 *GUESS THE ANSWERS OF T[r]

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