Tooth decay, or cavities, is the most common disease of childhood according to the American Academy of Pediatrics.
According to LifeLink, our community partner in organ education, more than 33,000 men, women and children receive the gift of a lifesaving organ transplant annually. Most of these people return to normal, active lives and enjoy a second chance to experience...
According to the National Institute of Health, bone tissue grows until peak mass at around the age of 30. The more bone you have at the time of peak bone mass, the less likely you are to break a bone or...
MORE HEALTH is pleased to have been at the forefront of personal hygiene education for over thirty years. Our Personal Hygiene "Scrubba Bubba" Lesson teaches second graders proper personal hygiene habits that help fight germs and promote a healthy lifestyle.
As schools remain closed and students continue to practice virtual learning, MORE HEALTH is excited to provide mini versions of our lessons as a resource to students, parents and teachers in our communities.
In MORE HEALTH's "Fueled for Success" lesson, third graders learn how healthy choices help an individual to grow and glow. Students explore how nutrients enter the body, provide energy, and contribute to overall health.
February is American Heart Month! Now is a great time to get moving. You are never too young or too old to exercise. The American Heart Association provides the following guidelines for physical activity in adults and children.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, compared to students with lower grades, kids with higher grades choose to eat breakfast every day, eat fruit or drink 100% fruit juice at least once per day, consume vegetables at least once per day, drink at least one glass...
The holiday season can bring children into contact with many potential hazards.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, the use of e-cigarettes is unsafe for kids, teens, and young adults. E-cigarettes are often referred to as e-cigs, vapes, e-hookahs, or vape pens. They may resemble USB flash drives, pens, traditional cigarettes, cigars, or pipes.