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Getting sleep

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Getting sleep
By Rawinun

Most people do not pay much attention to sleep. Some minimize their sleep hours for doing other things, both willingly and unwillingly. Especially as a student, getting a flash flood of homework which is due the next day is considered normal and does an immerse effect on our sleep hours. But just as exercise and nutrition are essential for optimal health and happiness, so is sleep.

Quality of sleep you have does a lot of effects to your life, including your mental sharpness, emotional balance, creativity, and even your weight. Being able to operate your days doesn’t mean you get enough sleep. So how many sleep hours do we need? Most healthy adults need seven and a half to nine hours while teens (12-18 years old) need eight and a half to ten hours of sleep.




Internet Safety

Internet Safety

The Internet can be a wonderful resource for kids. They can use it to research school reports, communicate with teachers and other kids, and play interactive games. Kids who are old enough to punch in a few letters on the keyboard can literally access the world.

But that access can also pose hazards. For example, an 8-year-old might do an online search for "Lego." But with just one missed keystroke, the word "Legs" is entered instead, and the child may be directed to a slew of websites with a focus on legs — some of which may contain pornographic material.

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Cold or Flu?

Is It a Cold or the Flu

Your child is sent home from school with a sore throat, cough, and high fever — could it be the flu that's been going around? Or is it just a common cold?

Typically, the flu (also known as influenza) has symptoms that make a child feel worse than symptoms associated with a common cold, but it's not always that easy to tell the difference between the two.

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Kids' Safety

Fire Safety

Would you know what to do if a fire started in your home? Would your kids? Take the time now to review fire safety facts and tips so your family will be prepared in the event of a fire emergency in your home.

Fire Prevention

Of course, the best way to practice fire safety is to make sure a fire doesn't break out in the first place. That means you should always be aware of potential hazards in your home. Start by keeping these tips in mind.

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Hand Washing

Why Is Hand Washing So Important?

A delicious mud pie, a good-luck rock, or a friendly frog are just a few of the presents kids love to bring home to Mom and Dad. But behind these adorable gifts, millions of germs could be lurking.

Kids don't always listen when you tell them to wash their hands before eating, but it's a message worth repeating. Hand washing is by far the best way to prevent germs from spreading and to keep your kids from getting sick.

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Emergency Tips

What you need to know in an Emergency?

Could you recall vital information about your child's health in an emergency? Many doctors suggest that parents keep a record of their kids' important health facts handy. This can help a medical team make a better and more rapid diagnosis when time really counts.

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Eating a good breakfast and getting a good night's sleep are just a few of the ways to ensure students start off to a good school year.

When summer is over and we know it is time for back to school once again. At the end of each school year or at the end of the summer, we always promise to have a better school year next year, either because children were always forgetting homework assignments or oversleeping. We have few tips for our students to ensure a better school year.

  • Remember to eat a good breakfast every morning, don't skip breakfast.
  • Make sure to wake early enough to get up on time so that you won’t be late.
  • Make sure you’ll get a good night's sleep.
  • Prepare all of your things the night before, including clothes or uniforms, socks, shoes, and homework assignments, etc.
  • Create a study routine when you get home.

For more tips visit teen advice from



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