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wash your hand After eating you should wash your hands, whether at home or school. If no soap is available, carry a hand sanitizer in their book bag. Make a practice of washing your hands after touching something that others have used the best time to wash your hands is: • Before eating. • Before, during and after handling or preparing food. • After using the bathroom. • After handling animals, their toys, leashes or waste. • After contact with blood, saliva, nasal secretions, etc. • After touching something that could be contaminated, such as a trash can, cleaning cloth, soil, etc. • More often when someone in your home is sick. • Whenever your hands look dirty. drink milk daily Drink at least 3 glasses of milk daily (1 glass for breakfast, lunch, & dinner). You may drink 5 to 6 glasses daily if you want. Eat cheese daily if you can. "Children who drink milk grow more, and taller people have less heart disease." Finish eating at least 2-3 hours before your regular bedtime. Eating or drinking too much may make you less comfortable when settling down for bed. It is best to avoid a heavy meal too close to bedtime. brush your teeth Children should brush their teeth or rinse their mouths after eating some otherwise healthy snacks like raisins and dried fruit. Apples, on the other hand, act like a toothbrush, cleaning food from teeth. Exercise regularly Exercise Makes Your Heart Happy Exercise Strengthens Muscles Exercise Makes You Flexible Exercise Makes You Feel Good help other Be an example yourself. If your elderly next door neighbor needs a hand with her groceries, help her out. If your great uncle needs a ride to the doctor, give him a lift. Lead by what you do and not by what you say.

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