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Papers On Nutrition & Exercise
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Healing Nutritional Approaches to Common Health Problems
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A 15 page paper on Dr. Wright's Book of Nutritional Therapy. The writer details the premise of the book, the case studies involved, and information on using diet and supplements to improve health and prevent illness. There is no bibliography.
Filename: Healnutr.wps

Health : Self-Analysis & Action Plan
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A 12 page paper. The introduction discusses some findings regarding the health of the American public, especially regarding fitness. The health analysis section discusses 10 different health issues, e.g., high blood pressure. In some cases, the writer completed a self-analysis questionnaire, in other cases the writer reviewed research regarding risk factors. In the next section, the writer outlines an action plan based on the results of the analysis and also based on family history. The paper ends with a summary and conclusions. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: PGhlth.rtf

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This 3-page paper, taking objectives from the U.S. "Healthy People 2010," discusses two health issues -- obesity and physical activity -- that are related to adolescents. The paper also discusses some solutions to these problems. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: MTheaado.rtf

Health Benefits of Exercise
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This 4 page paper discusses Monica, a teen who is too tired to do anything, and how exercise could help her. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: HVExerci.rtf

Health Benefits Of Golf
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5 pages in length. Golf is one of society's favorite pastimes, yet many people do not realize just how beneficial it is to one's health. The seemingly insignificant movements associated with golf – swinging the club, bending over to pick up the ball, walking from hole to hole – encourage several types of bodily movement that helps to stretch and tone muscles, as well as aid in proper blood circulation. While golf may not be considered an aerobic activity like running or swimming, where the heart is worked to its full capacity, it is still considered a gentle way in which people can obtain their need for regular exercise. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TLCgolf.rtf

Health Club Management
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A 15 page paper discussing management of the new-generation health club. As the baby boomers enter new phases of their lives, things change in all sorts of industries. The health club and day spa industry has been growing steadily since 1995, the year that the first of the baby boomers began to turn 50. The paper addresses varied management issues, including expanding revenues without expanding facilities by providing outsourcing services for those local businesses with health club facilities on site. Bibliography lists 17 sources.
Filename: KShlthClubMan.doc

Health Promotion Program For Children With Disabilities
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This 8 page paper presents a health promotion program that focuses on nutrition and physical activity. The sections of the paper include: assessment of students, cognitive, affective and psychomotor objectives, methodology, teaching methods, teaching materials, evaluation methods, a sample outline with the elements of part of a lesson plan and final comments about the project. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: PGnutr.rtf

Health Promotion: Lowering Personal Cholesterol Levels
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A 5 page paper presenting an individual health promotion designed to last only two weeks. Based on diet and exercise for the purpose of lowering cholesterol, the result of the intervention may be that the individual experiences a sense of well being and heightened responsibility for his own health. If so, then motivation for continuing past the two week period may become intrinsic rather than being driven for the purpose of completing a required record sheet. Ultimately, the health promotion should have positive effects on the individual’s cholesterol levels as measured by a blood test. In the meantime, targets and outcomes can be assessed by means of the three modalities of overt motor behavior, physiological response and the cognitive sphere. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: KShlthPromCholes.rtf

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