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girlshealth.gov

Active kids do better! Help your kids be more active by asking your school about #PYFP! pyfp.org
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Teach kids about the importance of protecting their eyes. 10 healthy vision tips from @NatEyeInstitute: bit.ly/2ocOyCC
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Sports=Fun for All! Keep in mind, individuals w/disabilities can be just as active as someone w/o a disability. #inclusionmeans
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Dating someone doesn’t mean you have to have sex. You get to decide what’s right for you. go.usa.gov/xRWqg
Ready for #school to start? Here’s an easy snack to pack. Favorite this & then try it out! go.usa.gov/xNhrB
Have you written down your #goals for this school year? Try it! It’ll help you keep up with all of your wins! go.usa.gov/xRTvx
Is it hard for you to stay awake in class? If you answered yes, try going to bed at the same time every day. go.usa.gov/xRTyc
Avoid #backtoschool germs by using soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds before rinsing your hands. go.usa.gov/xRbkY
There’s still time! RT if you plan to take this week’s challenge. #NBM17 #healthfinder
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Stay hydrated to beat the summer heat. Flavor water with fruits, vegetables, mint, and other herbs for something different.
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DYK: Eating right can protect your eye sight? go.usa.gov/xNhaZ
Are you afraid to talk your parents about sex? We have tips that can help you get the conversation started. go.usa.gov/xRbk8
Keep your body healthy and happy! Drink water instead of sugary drinks. go.usa.gov/xRjjj
Going back to school doesn’t mean your fitness fun has to end. Grab a friend & walk the track during free period. go.usa.gov/xRDhK
Did you know offering fruit is a quick-and-easy way to make meals and snacks healthier and more colorful? ow.ly/jQSk30dRAzS
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Bullying doesn’t just happen at school. It can happen anywhere, even at home. go.usa.gov/xRDhD #stopbullying
Want to eat healthier? Start by filling half your plate with fruits and veggies! #MyPlateMyWins
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Parents: Before school starts, check the schedule of Recommended Immunizations for Preteens and Teens (7-18 years) ow.ly/vFwq30eeprj
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Wondering why you should wear a bra? The right bra can help support and protect your breasts. go.usa.gov/xRbkH
Your #sexualhealth matters. And so does your partner's. Get tested for #STDs including HIV: go.usa.gov/xRUGd
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Visit a Farmers Market to stock up on local food & support local ag. Rep your state - cook a meal w/ these fresh products. #MyPlateMyState
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#BackToSchoolTips: This school year, say goodbye to all-nighters and hello to daily study sessions. go.usa.gov/xNhr3 #trustus
Sunglasses can add to your swag AND protect your eyes from the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays. go.usa.gov/xNhr2
Being active can boost energy, build self-esteem, & bust stress. Get moving today! go.usa.gov/xRjgn #run #jump #swim
It may be tough for youth to talk about an illness or disability w/ friends & classmates. These 5 tips may help: go.usa.gov/xNvG6
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