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#15182/2003  BLOOD: Vital to our Existence
This program explores the composition of blood and looks at the heart and circulatory system. It features animated graphics that demonstrate the pumping of the heart, how red blood cells carry oxygen to the cells and remove carbon dioxide and how white blood cells protect the body.Grades 4 to 9


#7570/1945  BODY HYGIENE: Healthy Habits for Life
Hi Gene! Hygiene! Even the word sounds suspect to a grade 4 student! Yuucchheee! Creepy! So how can educators begin to approach this sometimes delicate subject. Young viewers learn it's about health and social acceptability so get scrubbing! Two formats for the price of one. Grades 3 to 6


#12235/1290  CATCH ONTO GOOD HYGIENE!
Aimed at middle to junior high school age viewers who are just beginning to take responsibility for their about-to-be-acquired young adult bodies; what does healthy hygiene include? Grades 4 to 8


#14995/1290  COUNTDOWN TO YOUR HEALTH FOR KIDS!
An overview of the six things kids can do each day to stay healthy! Perfect for elementary students, kids will discover the importance of eating fruits and vegetables, drinking water, having positive mental health, limiting time spent in front of a screen, getting plenty of physical activity and enough sleep.Grades 1 to 6


#14287/1963  HEALTH FOR CHILDREN SERIES (8 Programs)
Everybody wants to be healthy. When you're healthy, you feel good - physically and emotionally! But good health doesn't just happen. This series introduces young viewers to the importance of making good choices about health and wellness and gives practical advice about how to develop healthy habits and set personal health goals. *Includes PDF Teacher's Guides *Closed Captioned Series includes these 8 fifteen minute programs: DEALING WITH FEELINGS DECISIONS AND CONFLICTS DRUGS AND DISEASE ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH NUTRITION PERSONAL HEALTH AND HYGIENE SAFETY AWARENESS STAYING SAFE: Strangers, Cyberspace and MoreGrades K to 4


#14516/1963  PERSONAL HEALTH AND HYGIENE
This program explores the importance of basic personal hygiene, including tooth brushing, bathing and proper skin care. But personal health doesn't end there! Students learn the benefits of getting plenty of sleep, good nutrition and loads of physical activity. Grades K to 4


#15183/2003  SKIN OUR LARGEST ORGAN
The skin is the largest human organ. Take a close look at the epidermis, which provides the first line of defense against the outside world and delves into the mysteries of the dermis - the inner skin. Discover how the body fights off infections and the damaging effects of the sun.Grades 4 to 9


#15184/2003  SPINE AND SPINAL CORD (THE): The Body's Control
The spinal cord has fascinated scientists for centuries. The ability to walk is engineered by the spinal cord and the spinal column. This program looks at the design of the spinal cord and the medical advances in treating spinal cord injuries. Discover the research continually being done by scientists researching paralysis in an effort to one day find a cure.Grades 4 to 9


#15181/2003  TRIP THROUGH THE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM (A)
This program explores two different physiological systems that work together in order to keep our bodies running efficiently. Students will learn how our respiratory system processes oxygen and how oxygen is used within our bodies. Well also learn about the circulatory system and how it transports oxygen throughout our bodies.Grades 4 to 9


#14331/1963  VIRUSES
What exactly is a virus and how do these microscopic parasites infect their human hosts? In this program, students will examine the characteristics of these simple organisms and learn why they can have such devastating consequences. Grades 5 to 8


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