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Re: How Might A Concussion Affect Teen's Brain Devolopment?

Moira O'Keeffe (LFAS-Alumni) ·
I find it so cool that you are doing your project on concussions. I always knew that having a concussion was pretty serious, but I didn't really have the whole picture (and still don't) until one of my good friends got her first concussion about 4 years ago. They are a tricky thing to deal with because although they are an extremely serious thing to have and should not be taken lightly, it is also a challenge for the athletes to not play their favourite sport, especially if it is something...
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Re: How Might A Concussion Affect Teen's Brain Devolopment?

Josie Schmidt (LFAS) ·
Hey Lauren, This is a really interesting topic. I had never really thought about athletes pushing through the pain as a bad thing. Probably because I've always had the mindset of considering "pain" to be things like sore muscles, exhaustion, sprained ankle, blisters etc.. In these cases it is what divides the athletes who get better and those who don't. But when talking about concussions it is a completely different story. Pushing through the pain when its a brain injury will have the...
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Re: How Might A Concussion Affect Teen's Brain Devolopment?

Emily Schaffer (LFAS) ·
Its really great that you have picked a topic that you connect with so well! It must be cool to finally figure out the background behind an injury you have actually experienced. Personally, I have never had a concussion and therefor have no clue the longterm or short term effects, but I hope through reading the rest of your research that will change Not sure if these are the TED Talks you've already seen, butIi thought they looked interesting.
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Re: Health measure taking place in child labor.

Dorcas Akinyi (Sweetwaters) ·
Hey Priscila,, Awesome!you have got a nice topic indeed on the health measures taking place in child labour,I have got so much information on that.Waiting for your next post. Here is are some links ; https://www.continuetolearn.ui...EPhealthhandouts.pdf https://www.continuetolearn.ui...t/health_issues.html
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Re: Health measure taking place in child labor.

Mary Wothaya (Sweetwaters) ·
Cool stuff Priscilla,for sure measure need to be taken to prevent child labor perhaps there were no child labor?????The country would be in a state to depend on themselves. Public health has established roles in the prevention of child ... use and child maltreatment and in doing so promote prevention initiatives ... health policies and programmers for the implementation of measures. Here is a web for your research http://www.alcohol-focus-scotl...hildhood-Summary.pdf...
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Hello Priscilla, Really great work! This was very easy to read because of the more spread-out format with bullet points, etc. Here's a idea you could maybe take into consideration: looking into how the laws on child labour differ from country to country. I think the results that you find could be surprising. Keep it up! Maiya
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Re: Health measure taking place in child labor.

Hi Priscilla! Reading your work was very interesting! Your topic is very intriguing so I really enjoyed learning more about it. Something that may be worth looking into is what steps are being taken by other countries to reduce child labour around the world. Here are some links that may help: https://www.continuetolearn.ui...or/about/ending.html https://www.unicef.org/protect...29_child_labour.html http://www.worlded. org/WEIInternet/international/expertise/display.cfm?tid=1004&id=752...
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Re: CARING FOR SPORTS INJURIES

Jessica Scott (Charles Best) ·
Hi Juliana, You organized your post nicely and the pictures really added to it! I've heard of the first two injuries you mentioned, but I'd never heard of tennis elbow until now, so I learned something new! I noticed that for all three injuries you mentioned, you can try to avoid it by warming up and stretching before and after any exercise, so it's obviously really important to do so, probably to avoid almost any sort of sports injury. Here's a couple of websites discussing the diet and...
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Re: CARING FOR SPORTS INJURIES

Hey Juliana, Well thought out research, I like how you added diagrams/visuals so that the reader can better understand your explanations. For your next round, you can possibly discuss the different diets for different sports like ones high in protein to create more bulky muscles. Also, like the effects of sports drinks and high sugar "protein" bars that can affect an athletic performance. Here's a link that may help with your upcoming research.
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Re: CARING FOR SPORTS INJURIES

Heeva Chavoshi (Charles Best) ·
Hey Juliana! I really enjoyed reading this round of research! Your information was clearly presented and very organized which made reading very easy and simple. As someone who has needed physiotherapy for sports related injuries in the past, this post was fascinating! Like Jessica mentioned, I had heard of the first two injuries but not tennis elbow, so that was super cool to learn about. Maybe something worth looking into is how professional athletes would perform if they suddenly switched...
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Re: CARING FOR SPORTS INJURIES

Caroline Lu (Charles Best) ·
Hi, Juliana! Very detailed information about the sports injuries! I really like the way your image match the text. It is very helpful for me to understand clearly. In the Olympics, I noticed that many athletics got the injury to their ankles. Although the injury is small, sometimes it is fatal to cause the athletics unable to the sport permanently. I think there are some high-frequency injuries that can happen during the specific sport. For example, the basketball player has a higher...
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CARING FOR SPORTS INJURIES

Juliana Nunes (Charles Best) ·
Hey everyone, For this round (Research Round 3 Cycle 5) I will be focusing on physiotherapy. I will look into 3 common injuries, what they are, how to identify them, how to treat them with exercises and other methods, and how to avoid these injuries. My inquiry is, " How are different sports beneficial/detrimental to certain body types?" ANKLE SPRAIN -What is it? There are ligaments (tough bands of tissue) that connect your leg bones to your feet, and when you sprain your ankle, you tear...
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Health measure taking place in child labor.

Hi,everyone today i am talking about health measure in children working in child labor. Working form that are safely and healthy for adults may not be safe and healthy for children because of their manual differences. Risks may be greater for children at various stages of development and may have long-term effects.The main factors that may increase the health, safety, and developmental risk factors for children include: Match factory worker Rapid skeletal growth Development of organs and...
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How Might A Concussion Affect Teen's Brain Devolopment?

Lauren Jang (Charles Best) ·
Hello Everyone, My inquiry question this cycle was how might a concussion affect teen's brain development? I discovered many ideas, thoughts and lots of information on concussions. For example, girls are more prone to having a concussion than boys because of their smaller structure and sports like football are the main cause of teens and concussions. After learning a little bit on concussions, I don't feel like I have a good enough understanding yet. Therefore I'm going to continue with my...
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ORIGIN OF SOCCER.

Samuel Mwangi ·
DISADVANTAGES OF SOCCER. Hi guys? as i promised on my last research, i managed to look at several disadvantages of soccer which i involved my fellow players as well as my fellow scholars. I tried to look at the most occurrence disadvantages and those which were very touching. The first thing which was raised by almost 95% of my colleagues was the injuries that one gets when playing soccer. I myself agreed with the majority because this is the most occurrence thing that happen in the soccer...
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hi Sam you are doing grate job after all,you research is good so far and it is very educative since almost everyone is a big fan of football they have to know the advantages and disadvantages of being a footballer so the link below will help you to your next research https://www.google.com/search?...=chrome&ie=UTF-8
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Re: ORIGIN OF SOCCER.

Dorcas Akinyi (Sweetwaters) ·
Hey Samuel,,, Your topic educates us on the origin of soccer.You have clearly explained and identified as usual many people love soccer.Maybe you can tell us the benefits of soccer.Good luck! here is a link; http://www.healthfitnessrevolu...benefits-soccer-men/
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