“Impact Of Health Programme In Educational Institutions”

DR. KSHIROD KUMAR MOHARANA

Abstract


Children are future for making healthy society. In this global world, healthy mind is necessary for development and construct a techno innovative society.  Basically children from educational institutions are learning various prospective in healthy manner. For healthy mind and of nutrious food, consultants of health institutions are necessary. Better health institution can say how children can make their mind innovative. Deficiencies of nutrious food due to poverty in rural areas are very common.  The role of health organizations are to identify such children in educational institutions and provide them health tips by organizing different awareness programs in the educational institutions.  The Indian Cancer Society, the Indian Diabetes Association, and the Indian Heart Association believe that quality health education programs delivered in the nation’s schools can improve the well-being and health of children and youth. In India, chronic diseases are the leading causes of morbidity and mortality; however, engaging in healthy behaviors, such as participating in physical activity, eating healthy, and avoiding tobacco use, has been linked to prevention of chronic disease. Research studies provide evidence that promoting and establishing healthy behaviors for younger people and children who are habituated in various addictions due to influence of hazardous circumstances in rural areas  are more effective, and often easier, than efforts to change unhealthy behaviors already established in adult populations. School health education programs through health institutions can reduce health risk behaviors such as tobacco use, poor nutrition, lack of physical activity, drug and alcohol use, as well as actions that increase stress, and risk of injury, and violence. Because these behaviors are amenable to change, quality school health education taught by trained and certified health educators provides the best opportunity to promote positive health behavior among children and adolescents.


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