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Yoga May Help Kids With ADHD

By Shirley Archer, JD, MA | January 31, 2005 |

The regular practice of yoga is known for helping adults achieve a sense of relaxation and inner peace. A recent study suggests that yoga may also benefit children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
According to research published in the Journal of At…

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Kids’ Sports Get Serious

By Tracy Morgan-Handzel | April 30, 2004 |

Physical education (PE) may be waning in schools but sport participation among U.S. children and adolescents is on the rise. In 2001 SGMA International reported that more than 7 million high-school-age youth participated in at least one organized sport. The National Safe Kids Campaign estimates that nearly three-quarters of U.S. households with school-age children have…

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Training Young Athletes With Shoulder Injuries

By Catherine Logan, MSPT | December 31, 2003 |

Just when you think there is no way athletes can break current records, they do—and the athletes doing so get younger and younger. At one time NBA draft picks who had yet to finish college grabbed all the headlines, but now teenage players like LeBron James sell out college and pro arenas across the country…

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Teen FAQs

By IDEA Authors | May 31, 2003 |

Everywhere you look—online, on TV and in newspapers and magazines—there’s information about health, nutrition and fitness. What is the real deal, and what is fake? What is safe, and what is risky? How do you lose weight? How can you get buff? Are supplements dangerous? Exercise physiologist Marla Richmond, MS, creator of “Buff ’n’ Stuff,”…

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Pack Kids’ Lunches Full of Nutrients

By IDEA Authors | January 31, 2003 |

As more and more schools offer hot dogs, pizza and nachos for lunch, conscientious parents are seeking more nutritious alternatives for their kids. Packing healthy lunches can be the solution, but the task has to be quick and easy for time-crunched adults. Furthermore, the meals must be kid-friendly. If your clients include concerned parents, overweight children or both, pass along these tips from registered dietitian Nancy Teas of San Diego.

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Feeding the Teen Spirit

By IDEA Authors | April 30, 2002 |

By providing sound direction, good food sources and a nurturing environment, parents can help ensure that teens make healthy dietary decisions now and develop good eating habits that last a lifetime. To offer your teens optimal support with their nutrition, use these tips from Jenna A. Bell-Wilson, MS, RD, LD, consultant for New Mexico Sports and Wellness in Albuquerque and Southwest C.A.R.E. Center in Santa Fe.

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