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Parish Health

Parish HealthThe Parish Health Ministry attends to the "whole person" needs of our parishioners to promote wellness of body, mind and spirit. Health Ministry volunteers include healthcare professionals and lay parishioners. Office is located at the Parish Life Center and hours of operation are: Tuesday and Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Mindful Body Movement: Come try the Mindful Body Movement Class at St. Joseph every Tuesday at 1pm in the Parish Life Center. Wear athletic shoes, bring a bottle of water and a friend!

HEALTH TIPS TO STAY HEALTHY IN SCHOOL

The lazy days of summer are about over. The children are trading in their swim suits and flip flops for uniforms and sneakers; as they get ready for a new school year. Heading back to school can also mean being exposed to more germs and fighting illnesses. It can be a challenge to keep our children well, but here are a few tips on how to keep children healthy during the school year.

 

  1. 1.Wash your hands– Hand washing is the number one rule to cut down on colds and illnesses. Encourage children to wash their hands regularly to prevent the spread of germs.
  2. 2.Good sleep habits– Sleep is important for children of all ages. Success at school requires children to control impulses, manage emotions and behavior to keep on track. All of these skills depend heavily on healthy, consistent sleep.
  3. 3.Breakfast– While overall good nutrition is important to maintain a strong immune system. A good breakfast fuels you up and gets you ready for the day.  In general, children and teens that eat breakfast have more energy, do better in school and eat healthier throughout the day.  Without breakfast, people can get irritable, restless and tired.
  4. 4.Exercise– Getting plenty of exercise helps children's bodies and mind stay healthy. Encourage active play outside of school and establish an exercise routine.

Keeping all of these tips in mind during the school year will keep children healthier; however, no matter how much we try, children are bound to get a cold during the school year and if your child is sick it is important to keep them home.

Contact: Edye Durham, R.N., Parish NursePhone: (615) 860-0128

Email: Edye Durham