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1. Get vaccinated You, your partner and your children should all get vaccinated as early as possible in the school year. 2. Set bedtimes It’s essential for kids (and adults!) to get a healthy amount of sleep each night to stay focused 3. Teach good hygiene habits With so many people aroun. Top 5 Back-to-School Health Tips for Moms. After a long summer break, it’s time for the kids to head back to school and focus on classes, sports and other after-school activities.

But as you get adjusted to the first month of school, it’s a good idea to take a couple of precautionary measures to set them up for a safe, healthy year. Let’s get this school year off to an amazing start! Try adding in these 5 Back To School Health Tips For Moms because it’s true what they say Healthy Moms = Healthy Families.

De-Stress: Stress and it’s hormone cortisol can really throw a wrench in a healthy living goal. High levels of cortisol over time can cause exhaustion, weight gain. A healthy diet rich in fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, and whole grains is vital for growing kids. Seek to minimize intakes of sugar, saturated fats, sodium and processed foods to maintain health. Make a sleep schedule and stick to it.

You’re the mom, you get to set the budget. I promise your kid will happily survive the school year without a certain name brand on their butt or a brand new backpack. Plus that leaves more for your mom needs new clothes too budget. �� I would love to hear your self-care tips for managing the back to school crazies as a mom. HSHS Medical Group. Springfield, Decatur, Litchfield, Shelbyville, O’Fallon, Effingham, Breese, Greenville, Highland, IL -(Effingham Radio)Back-to-school may be a bit different this year, but some things never change.Children need to create good sleep and nutrition habits whether headed back to the classroom or learning from home at the kitchen table.

Back-to-school health tips. Many children are heading back to school this month. Transitioning from summer vacation to school can be tough to navigate. Use these back-to-school health tips to help prepare for a new school year. Practice getting back into routines.

Easing your child into a regular sleep schedule is important. Back-to-school season has left parents and students across the country rattled about how to remain safe amid COVID-19 concerns. In an Instagram Live interview with. Back-to-school doesn’t have to be all business.

Make sure you remember to play. “The mood of a house is contagious,” Gottlieb says, so if parents are stressed, the kids will pick up on it. This fall, my kids aren’t the only ones going back to school. I decived to go back to school as a mom and you can do it too!

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Fit, healthy, and ready to learn: A school health policy guide.

“Routledge International Encyclopedia of Women: Global Women's Issues and Knowledge” by Cheris Kramarae, Dale Spender
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by Cheris Kramarae, Dale Spender
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A guide to effective care in pregnancy and childbirth (3rd ed.).

“Intrapartum Management Modules: A Perinatal Education Program” by Betsy B. Kennedy, Donna Jean Ruth, Elizabeth Jean Martin
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My yummy mummy guide: From getting pregnant to being a successful working mom and beyond.

“Critical Posthumanism and Planetary Futures” by Debashish Banerji, Makarand R. Paranjape
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Coping–stress tolerance pattern: Concerned about fatigue affecting performance as primary school teacher; walks three times a week for 20 minutes to “center myself and feel good”; smiles often, good sense of humor; supportive family excited about her pregnancy.

“Health Promotion Throughout the Life Span E-Book” by Carole Lium Edelman, Carol Lynn Mandle, Elizabeth C. Kudzma
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Elsevier Health Sciences, 2017

Twelve tips to improve bedside teaching.

“Understanding Medical Education: Evidence, Theory, and Practice” by Tim Swanwick, Kirsty Forrest, Bridget C. O'Brien
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Wiley, 2019

Exercises for Pregnancy and Childbirth: A Guide for Educators.

“Tidy's Physiotherapy E-Book” by Stuart Porter
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Recommended to support curricula in health, family living and sociology classes, and for schools with parenting collections.

“Guide to Reference Materials for School Library Media Centers” by Barbara Ripp Safford
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Teach about the importance of self-care strategies, such as good hygiene, handwashing, balanced diet, rest and exercise, skin care, and mouth care.

“Medical-Surgical Nursing: Patient-Centered Collaborative Care, Single Volume” by Donna D. Ignatavicius, M. Linda Workman, PhD, RN, FAAN
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Health literacy Part 2: Practical techniques for getting your message home, NASN School Nurse, 29(1), 30–42.

“School Nursing: A Comprehensive Text” by Janice Selekman, Robin Adair Shannon, Catherine F Yonkaitis
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An excellent book for tips and testimonials on preventing and overcoming burnout in maternal/child health is Keep the Fires Burning: Conquering Stress and Burnout as a Mother-Baby Professional (Jones, 2011).

“Counseling the Nursing Mother” by Judith Lauwers, Anna Swisher
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  • Pray the Holy Rosary.
    Hail Mary, full of grace. The Lord is with thee. Blessed art thou among women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of our death. Amen.

  • So… I’m Catholic and love watching your Catholic videos but my only child is a 23 year old adult and I legit just watched this and some of your other videos related to kids, too. I don’t know why. They won’t help me. I have no kids going back to school. But watch them, I did! haha

  • Hi Whats up Moms these came out really good!! Just a question if there is an alternative to yeast in the Pizza Dough please? Thanks! I love your channel!

  • It’s about 11 where I am but I’m totally sending this to my grandma who is tricky with sneaking things into food. Also thank you for the awesome video!!!

  • Absolutely love this, great tips Heather! Your kids are so so blessed to have you as their loving godly momma! My only complaint… you don’t upload every day! Hehe �� �� #momlife

    PS. You are GLOWING!

  • Not about organization but something new we’re going to do new this year is while we’re in the drop off line, I’m going to say the rosary with my kiddos every morning when we have the time.

  • I give my children a quarter every school morning after they make their bed, get dressed, brush teeth, and hang their nightgowns. If they don’t do those things in a timely fashion, no quarter. Also, except for rare cases, I don’t let them eat breakfast until they are in their school clothes. Love the idea of a breakfast buffet! I make a ton of homemade granola (started a little home business making granola). If you need good recipes for granola, I highly recommend Sally’s Baking Addiction. She has a lot of great granola recipes on her site. Thanks for the video, Heather!

  • Great tips!I love 5,2,1,0:

    5: Healthy veggies a day
    2: No more than 2 hours of non-academic screen time daily
    1: 1 hour of physical activities
    0: No sweetened beverages daily, to keep away from diabetes.

  • I need the clothing organizer. I exercise and maybe I won’t leave the house with my shirt inside out if I had things properly laid out. I need the lunch box also.

  • I feel like I’m the only person that is not a parent that watches your videos sometimes. Love all of your videos! They really help me and encourage me with my faith. Thank you

  • You have some great, new ideas! So many of these hack videos are the same info over and over, but not this one. Thank you!

    It’s our first year putting our kids in public school. I homeschooled the older 2, but just don’t have time since having my 4th baby. I want to sincerely thank you for your video about (as a Catholic) not homeschooling and having a good experience with public schools. ��

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  • I just wanted to ask something….the beautiful mom in blue shirt…..is she indian???if you ‘what’s up moms’ reply it would be great thing

  • This isn’t related to this video, but what kind of board games do your kids play? I highly recommend you get the game sequence. It is so much fun for all ages!

  • Am I the only one too notice they didn’t say spinach in the ingredients while making the dough? Guys you forgot to say spinach in spinach pizza dough ��.

  • You guys rocked this video! ��
    I love it is a healthier version instead of full on VEGES! I would totally make these! My favorite is probably the muffinsit looked just like any chocolate chip muffin! ������
    Keep up with the good work WUMS! ��✨

  • I made the muffins but my cousin didn’t like the loook of them so I completely mushed it so that he couldn’t see it and I worked fine!

  • LOVE these hacks! Thank you so much! I’m not sure if anyone else feels this way, but it’s kind of distracting to hear you talk while the music is playing. I truly mean this in the nicest way possible, just because I love watching you so much! Please don’t take this in a rude way, because I adore you!

  • Hahaha, I need that for my little brother! He LOVES chocolate. My mother requested for a ‘How to encourage teenagers to hug a sibling.’ because my older sister won’t give me cuddles =(. Thanks for the entertainment and joy you give my family!

  • My son loves zucchini bread. He made some with Gigi a few weeks ago. Muffins would be fun too! I have apple chips on list of things to try, maybe I’ll do sweet potatoes too.

  • Thanks for sharing! I tried the hanging clothing shelves in the closet & it is working well! We do a checklist, too, but with pictures next to the descriptions of each task!:) God bless this school year!

  • Pray the Holy Rosary.
    Hail Mary, full of grace. The Lord is with thee. Blessed art thou among women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of our death. Amen.

  • Tip: (Takes a lot of time but it works in the end)
    For picky eaters if they don’t like it instead of cooking another meal or forcing them, tell them to cool it themselves ( don’t actually let young kids) or the best way is to tell them no more food or snacks or dessert until tomorrow’s breakfast. My parents used this and so did my friends and now I’ll try anything new and love to eat everything especially veggies are sooo good!