Life is nothing but challenges; the more you undergo, the more you learn.”
The overwhelming majority of high school students nationally haven’t met recommendations for fruit and vegetable intake in recent years, a CDC report shows. In 2017, only 7.1% of high school students nationally met the recommended intake for fruits and 2% met the recommended intake for vegetables, the report’s estimates show.
What are you doing to make sure you are getting all the nutrients you need? Check out this link for fun and tasty ways to add fruits and vegetables to your diet.
June 17, 1972. In the early morning hours, five men are caught after breaking into the Watergate building in Washington, DC. The failed break-in that night will eventually lead to the unraveling of a major American scandal that reaches the highest levels of government. Why did President Nixon and the men around him believe that they could get away with something so obviously illegal? And how – for one of our producers – did this episode hit close to home?
National Men’s Health Week is June 14-20, the week leading up to Father’s Day, because what better way to celebrate dad than to encourage him to take care of his health? The week is all about healthy bodies, hard exercise, good diet, and regular visits to the doctor. It’s part of National Men’s Health Month, a month-long recognition of men’s health with activities and events to remind men to take care of their bodies. So whether you are a man or just love them, take some time this week to celebrate the male form and keeping it in tip-top shape!
Session 2 of the Triple Play: Daily Challenges guide:
Share this activity with the men in your life in honor of National Men’s Fitness week.