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  1. Back-to-School Health News.(Influenza)(Brief Article): An article from: Techniques
  2. Back to school: what's in your students' backpacks?(TEACHING WITH TECHNOLOGY: An article from: Nursing Education Perspectives by Diane J. Skiba, 2010-09-01
  3. Older nurses face the challenges of tertiary study: a group of RGONs, most in their fifties, went back to school for a year. Here three share their journey ... article from: Kai Tiaki: Nursing New Zealand by Marilynn Bruton, Lynette Harrison, et all 2003-09-01
  4. SNA releases Back to School Nutrition Trends Report: results show what schools are doing to increase healthy options for kids.(Special Report)(School Nutrition ... An article from: Curriculum Review by Gale Reference Team, 2008-10-01
  5. Circusworks, a special back-to-school gift to primary school teachers and homeschoolers. (Notice).(Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey): An article from: Communication Disorders Quarterly
  6. CIRCUSWORKS: a special back-to-school web site for primary school teachers and homeschoolers. (Notices).: An article from: Communication Disorders Quarterly
  7. Cloth book cover: New Life Journal's editorial team heads back to school with this simple book jacket.(new life journal's: GREEN HOME RESOURCE: HANDS ON): An article from: New Life Journal by Maggie Cramer, Abby Underwood, 2008-09-01
  8. Tuberculosis: Back to the Future (London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine Third Annual Public Health Forum) by John D. H. Porter, 1994-07
  9. Stepping Back to Health by Philip Edwards, 2006-01-31
  10. Looking forward by going back: a school counselor educator's return to school counseling.(PERSPECTIVE FROM THE FIELD): An article from: Professional School Counseling by Tamara E. Davis, 2006-12-01
  11. Back to School for Social Work Students: The Social Workers in Schools Project (SWISP) Final Report of the Pilot Project by Lynne Wilson, Karen L. Hillison, 2005-06-23
  12. HOW TO SAVE YOUR BACK: A Ninety-Nine Cent Lower Back Pain Session with a Physical Therapist by Kat Lieu, 2010-03-21
  13. Heal Your Aching Back: What a Harvard Doctor Wants You to Know About Finding Relief and Keeping Your Back Strong (Harvard Medical School Guides) by Jeffrey Katz, 2007-01-19
  14. Down Range: To Iraq and Back by Bridget C. Cantrell, Chuck Dean, 2005-07-01

1. Back To School Health Fair
Public Service Activities. back to school health Fair. This annualfair provides required health services to students in grades K12
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This annual fair provides required health services to students in grades K-12 who are entering the Chicago Public School System. Included are physical and dental examinations, hearing and vision screenings, evaluations of immunization status with provision of required vaccinations and blood lead screening for students younger than age six. The venue for the Health Fair is the new UICMC Outpatient Care Center. Families are provided with recommendations for follow-up visits to UICMC clinics, as necessary.
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2. UT Medical Group, Inc. - Back To School Health
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Back To School Health Dos and Don'ts The first few days of the school year can be quite hectic as everyone adjusts to the new schedule. So, parents might want to set the alarm clock 15 minutes early for a few days. The extra time may come in handy until the family settles into the new routine. Good organization and planning can help defuse a stressful situation before it occurs. But, when things start to get out of hand despite your best efforts, keep in mind these useful tips: Do
  • Improve your communication skills.
  • Control your anger.
  • Be a problem-solver, not a fault-finder.
  • Negotiate contracts.
  • Create a consistent, structured environment.
  • Present a united front.
  • Encourage; don't overwhelm.
  • End power struggle battles.
  • Collaborate with the school.
  • Assert your influence.
  • Order - "No son of mine will ever be late for school."

3. Kenai Peninsula Online - Back To School Health Clinics Offer Back-to-school Shot
Web posted Sunday, August 11, 2002 Health clinics offer backto-schoolshots Get a healthy start. Before entering a district school
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Before entering a district school for the first time, a child must have a physical exam that includes tests for vision and hearing. Peninsula Head Start programs HeadStart Homer 235-4322 HeadStart Chugachmiut 235-0572 Seward Head Start 224-3804 Cuya Qyut¹anen Head Start 283-3633 Sterling Head Start 260-7446 A child also must be fully immunized as required by law, with DTAP (diphtheria, tetanus and acellular pertussis, or whooping cough) against diphtheria, pertussis (whooping cough), MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) and polio shots. As of last year, the state also requires vaccinations against hepatitis A and B. Children may not be admitted unless they have begun the three-shot series. These required immunizations, plus those against chicken pox, are available at no charge for children 18 or younger. The Kenai Public Health Center is hosting several immunization clinics this month, providing back-to-school shots. Remaining clinics will be Aug. 12, 13, 14, 16, 19 and 21 at the Kenai Public Health Center. Clinics also will be offered at the Soldotna Elks Club Aug. 12, 13, 15, 20 and 22.

breakfast. back to school health TIPS. NOTE ABOUT IMMUNIZATIONS All childrenneed to have upto-date immunizations before starting school.
All children deserve to be protected from disabling childhood diseases so please immunize you child.
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All children need to have up-to-date immunizations before starting school. The following are the immunization requirements for entering a New Jersey School.
DTP/Dtap Children must have at least 4 doses with the last dose given on or after the child's 4th birthday.
OPV/IVP Children must have at least 4 doses with the last dose given on or after the child's 4th birthday.
MMR Children must have 2 doses of measles, mumps and rubella vaccine before entering kindergarten.
HIB Children entering kindergarten must have at least one dose of HIB
HEPATITIS B Children entering kindergarten and 6th grade must have begun the series of 3 injections before they will be allowed to enter. Children will be given a 6 month provisional admittance into school. This will allow enough time in which to finish the series .
Immunizations are important, but shots are not enough. It is important that your child have a yearly physical. The state of New Jersey has asked that your child receive his/her physical by their primary physician. School physicals by a school doctor may no longer be available due to new regulations, therefore all physicals including sports physicals will have to be preformed by your family physician. Physical examinations can identify problems that may affect your child's performance in school. Medical conditions, such as hearing and

5. Back To School Health Fair Planned
Section 1 Sports - Beacon News Home Page - Your Turn - Obituaries -. Backto school health fair planned. By Jenny Barkley. Published online 8/1/02
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It’s time to think “back-to-school,” and a health fair for students from kindergarten through high school and their families is planned for Saturday at the Family Medical Center. Co-sponsored by the Human Resources Center, the Health Fair will provide numerous informational booths for children and families, according to publicity chairman Debbie Griffin. For teeth and eye health care, the Tri-County Dental Clinic will be represented, as will Chittick Optometric Center, who will provide free visual screening. Information on preschool and day care facilities as well as after school programs in the area will be available, and car seat safety will be demonstrated. D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) will be represented, and a fire truck will on site. Other health topics and resources for conditions such as asthma will also be available, Griffin noted.

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Does Back-to-School Mean Back-to-the-Pediatrician? Of course not! Although you might be delighted in the fact that your little ones are back-to-school, they may have to go back-to-the-pediatrician's office too! Good nutrition and proper supplementation can help you send your kids to school without the high incidence of the common cold and/or viral infections and keep them out of the doctor's office. Germs, Germs, Germs…Achoo! As you know, there are plenty of germs out there. When your child is exposed to any germ, it may get around his/her body's defenses and gain entry. And, any child's germs can easily make the acquaintance of his playmate - your son or daughter. How does your multi-vitamin stack up? CLICK HERE TO READ THE ENTIRE REPORT, IT’S FREE! Those nasty germs quickly find a home inside your child's body and continue the process of reproduction. When they settle in their upper respiratory tract, cold symptoms such as cough and runny nose occur. When they settle in their lower respiratory tract, wheezing or pneumonia may occur. Your little ones get symptoms of malfunction in the areas the germs decide to call home. A Strong Defense IS the Best Offense...

7. Nationwide Back-to-School Health Care Coverage Enrollment Effort Kicks Off Three Nationwide backto-school health Care Coverage Enrollment EffortKicks Off Three-Year Campaign to Reach Families of Uninsured Kids.
Nationwide Back-to-School Health Care Coverage Enrollment Effort Kicks Off Three-Year Campaign to Reach Families of Uninsured Kids
Sarah Shuptrine, Director Covering Kids National Program Office
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(AUGUST-2000) The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) will announce today, August 9th, a multi-million dollar public education campaign to inform parents whose children may qualify for Medicaid and State Children's Health Insurance Programs (SCHIP) that they can get coverage. Dramatizing the need for the campaign, the Foundation will release a study that reveals why more of the seven million children who lack health care coverage and who are eligible for SCHIP/Medicaid are not enrolled. The multi-year campaign kicks off with a nationally coordinated back-to-school health care coverage enrollment push. Between now and mid-September, local schools, Covering Kids coalitions and other organizations are conducting health care coverage enrollment and outreach activities across the country. Coordinated regional launches of back-to school enrollment drives are scheduled in six cities: Albuquerque, New Mexico; Baltimore, Maryland; Boise, Idaho; Fresno, California; Greenville, North Carolina; and Springfield, Illinois. A $2 million advertising campaign will take place in these cities and will run through mid-September. The national news conference will be held at a local D.C. school where the DC Covering Kids initiative will conduct an outreach and enrollment fair similar to those being held across the country in the weeks leading up to the beginning of school.

8. Back-to-School Health Tips For Children With Asthma
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9. Back To School Time- Tips To Help Children Adjust
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The American Heritage Children's Dictionary Books to Build on: A Grade-By-Grade Resource Guide for Parents and Teachers (Core Knowledge Series) Advertisement Transitions are exciting opportunities for children to learn and grow. Parents and early childhood professionals share a role in making chil-dren feel safe and secure as they move to new educational settings. Of course, such milestones in children's lives can cause anxiety, too. Strengthening the ties between programs and families will help create smooth transitions for adults and children both.
How parents can help:
  • Be enthusiastic about the upcoming change. If you are excited and confident, your child will be, too. Prepare yourself. Take note of how your child reacts to separation. If possible, visit the new setting with your child. Introduce your child to the new teacher or early childhood professional in advance. Arrange a playdate with another child from the program, preferably one-on-one, so that your child will see a familiar face when she walks in.
  • 10. Welcome To Coordinated School Health Programs
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    Thank you to all who have applied for 21stCCLC RFP #G1002077.
    The applications have been opened. Welcome to the Coordinating School Health Programs web site, brought to you by the Maine Department of Education and Department of Human Services . The main purpose of our site is to introduce the eight components of Coordinated School Health Programs to school personnel, parents and students, especially within the state of Maine, but also beyond its borders. We also want to serve as a resource for information and networking for those involved or interested in school health issues.
    The CSHP Guidelines are finished and printed, and may be downloaded by section in their respective component areas. Thank you to all who wrote and helped us prepare the CSHP guidelines. We truly appreciate your input and help throughout the long process. How to Use Our Web Site You will see the "buttons" for the eight components at the top of your screen. Clicking on any one of them will take you to the Guidelines for that component. Each of the eight components has resources, contacts, regulations/laws, and links relating to that component. The guidelines for each component describe best practices in that component area, and were developed by committees of Maine educators, community service providers, and state department personnel, with public input.

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    12. Back To School On Civil Rights: Advancing The Federal Commitment To Leave No Chi
    back to school on Civil Rights National Council on Disability January 25, 2000 LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL January 25, 2000 The White House Washington, DC 20500 Dear Mr. President 5. Department of health and Human ServicesAdministration on Developmental Disabilities (ADD)
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    National Council on Disability January 25, 2000 LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL January 25, 2000 The President
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    Washington, DC 20500 Dear Mr. President: On behalf of the National Council on Disability (NCD), I am pleased to submit a report entitled Back to School on Civil Rights . This report is the second in a series of independent analyses by NCD of federal enforcement of civil rights laws. The series grew out of NCD's national policy summit of a diverse group of more than 300 leaders from the disability community, where the participants called on NCD to push for more effective enforcement of existing civil rights laws. NCD produced the first report, Enforcing the Civil Rights of Air Travelers with Disabilities , in March 1999. The third report on enforcement of the Americans with Disabilities Act will be released in spring 2000. Back to School on Civil Rights looks at more than two decades of federal monitoring and enforcement of compliance with Part B of IDEA. Overall, NCD finds that federal efforts to enforce the law over several Administrations have been inconsistent and ineffective. Despite the important efforts of your Administration to be more aggressive than any of its predecessors in addressing these compliance problems, failures to ensure local compliance with Part B requirements continue to be widespread and persist over many years. Enforcement of the law is too often the burden of parents who must invoke formal complaint procedures and request due process hearings to obtain the services and supports to which their children are entitled under law. The report includes recommendations for your Administration and Congress that would build on the1997 reauthorization of IDEA.

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    14. AAP News Release - Back To School Tips
    Have any new health problems developed in your child over the You may need to cutback on his activities, or see that afterschool care includes

    15. Back To School : Back To Health
    just started, students will be going back to school to do” list for the upcomingschool year, we Robert B. Stroube, MD, MPH Virginia health Commissioner.

    Things to Do NOW
    from pre-school to college to ensure a healthier and happier 2002-2003 school year Quick tip: Prepare your family for an emergency FROM THE

    Robert B. Stroube, M.D., M.P.H. Virginia Health Commissioner You also want your children to be safe and well at home and at school. Proper hand washing, good nutrition and regular physical activity all contribute to continued good health. While you do not want to alarm your children, instruct them to follow the directions of their teachers and principals should an emergency happen while they are at school. We hope that the information in this supplement will help ensure that your children have a healthy and happy school year.

    16. Back To School : Back To Health
    physical within the 12 months prior to school entry health care provider or your localhealth department can When a child fights back, the situation can easily


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    A birth certificate is required for children entering kindergarten or first grade for the first time in Virginia. You can get the child's birth certificate by mail (please allow 10 days for delivery). The mailing address is Office of Vital Records, P.O. Box 1000, Richmond, VA 23218-1000.
    Virginia residents may visit the office and obtain a certificate the same day. The Office of Vital Records is located at the Shops at Willow Lawn, 1601 Willow Lawn Drive, Suite 275, Richmond, VA 23220. The cost of the certificate is $10. You will need to provide a valid photo I.D. Customer service hours are Monday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Entrance Health Form All children entering public kindergarten, those new to public schools and licensed childcare centers will be required to provide the school with a School Entrance Health Form completed by a physician, nurse practitioner or physician assistant. The form ensures that your child is up-to-date on immunizations required for school entry and has had a physical within the 12 months prior to school entry.

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    19. G-P Health Smart - Back To School Tips
    The following tips from the GP health Smart Institute can help you to protectyourself and your family from illness at home and in school. Handwashing.
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    It often seems that when one child in a classroom becomes sick it is not too long before the entire class has come down with the same symptoms. The CDC states rhinovirus and upper respiratory infections (URI) are often responsible for 22 million missed school days. The following tips from the G-P Health Smart Institute can help you to protect yourself and your family from illness at home and in school.
    Handwashing Teach children to use soap, preferably liquid, and warm water to wash their hands. They should clean the dirt from under fingernails and between fingers and use paper towels to dry and help remove germs from their hands. Be sure they know to throw used paper towels in the trash so no one else can pick up their germs. School Supplies Remind children to keep items like pencils and pens out of their mouths. Germs that are present on these items can easily spread through contact between hands and mouths, potentially making children sick. Lunches Use paper towels to wipe the tops of canned goods, soda and juice cans to help remove potentially contaminating microorganisms. Teach children to wipe the tops of beverage cans with paper napkins or towels before they drink from them.

    20. Parent's Back-to-School List Should Include Health Check-Up For Kids
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    ROSELAND, N.J., Aug. 6, 1998 Every parent's back-to-school list should include more than just pencils and paper. Parents also need to think about well-child exams, immunizations, exercise, and an emphasis on eating right. "The anticipation and preparation for another school year is exciting but also stressful for parents and children," said Dr. Charles Cutler, vice president, Medical Services, for Prudential HealthCare(SM). "By taking steps to ensure that your children start off healthy, you are well on your way to a happy and successful school year." Parents should provide psychological support, as well as make sure children receive necessary medical check-ups and immunizations. Dr. Cutler noted that these types of preventive care check-ups and tests may be covered by health plans like the ones offered by Prudential HealthCare. Here are some tips from Dr. Cutler to help make your child's school year a healthier one.
    • Talk with your children about their feelings for the upcoming school year. Spend time with your child talking about the upcoming school year

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