Real Health for Real Lives

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Nelson Thornes, Nov 1, 2014 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 192 pages
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Real Health for Real Lives is a brand new series offering practical support for teachers involved in PSHE, Citizenship and emotional wellbeing. It also provides teachers with a way in to the best selling Health for Life series.
 

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Contents

Introduction
Me and looking after myself
Healthy peopl c
Change responsibility 18
Everyday occasional health needs 24
What not so healthy means 30
Helping my brain work well 36
Healthy eating 42
If Managing change 96
Me my community and environment 102
Valuing all people 108
People needing special care 120
Food quality and acquisition 126
Healthy schools 132
The World of Drugs 138
Prescription medicines 144

Healthy exercise 48
Growing and changing 54
Me my family and friends 60
Coping with upset and difficult situations 66
Who makes me feel good better? 72
How I feel about being me 78
What I can do to feel good 84
My special people 90
Exploring risks 150
Keeping myself safe 156
Judging dangers 162
Helping outlaw bullying 168
Me and my relationships 174
Liking and loving 180
Making up 186
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Herobrine Books is a Fan produced publishing company, focused on writing short fictional stories, illustrated comics and game guides. Pioneered by Adrian King, the author who first published the Art of War for Minecraft, it became the #1 Bestseller in December 2013. They have since came a long way to publish more exciting guides and stories for their legion of fans. Adrian was also best-known for his work of the Bestselling series on Amazon's Kindle "The Chronicles of Herobrine." They have since published tons of Bestselling books and always looking to expand beyond this exciting realm of Minecraft.

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