Ways to Stay Healthy

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You should all ways wash your hands when you eat. If you didn’t wash your hands keep it away from your eyes, nose, mouth, and ears. Another way to keep your body healthy is not to share towel, combs, brushes, cups, straws, eating utensils, or drinks, bottles, and cans. When there is uncooked pork or chicken don’t touch it. Avoid being closes to people that is ill. If you are sick use a tissue when you cough or sneeze, and then wash your hand and throw away the tissue. A short nap can give you the rest you need. Eat healthy foods like fruit, grains, vegetables, meat, and protein. Grain is for energy. Fruits give you a lot of fiber and vitamins to help you fight disease, and meat and fish gives your body protein. To stay healthy you should be physical like playing soccer, basketball, punchball and any other kinds of sports. You need about 30 minutes of physical activity every day. It helps you have stamina and a healthful weight, and it helps your heart, lungs, and bones be stronger. Every night you need about 8 hours of sleep.

(Allison November 20, 2008)

How do you keep yourself healthy? You need to keep pathogens away from nose and eyes. Keep your hands clean and away from your eyes and nose. Always cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze. Throw away the used tissue and wash your hands. Keeping pathogens away from your mouth means not to put unclean objects in your mouth. Wash your hands after using the restroom. Do not drink or swim in unclean water, and don’t eat or touch pork or chicken that is not cooked completely. Also, keep pathogens away from your bloodstream. Hepatitis B is a viral disease of the liver. A person who is exposed to this disease comes in contact with blood that is infected with hepatitis B virus. People who share needles and abuse drugs get this disease. So, don’t spread pathogens or other people will get sick.

(Katherine December 19, 2011)

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