Explain what you learned what you wondered and give the book a rating for other

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health. Explain what you learned, what you wondered, and give the book a rating for other kids in the class. 6. Your Disease Risk (20 points): Check out Use the “Your Disease Risk” section at the top, left part of the page to evaluate your risk of developing at least 3 different diseases. You need to answer the questions for each disease and then write a report including the following information: 1. What your risk of having that disease is 2. Some things you can do to prevent yourself from getting it, and 3. Some things that you are already doing that lower your risk. 7. Certifications and membership Cards (20 points) Get CPR and/or First Aid Certification. Photocopy the CPR and/or First Aid card and turn it in to receive the extra credit. 8. Cause for Concern (20 points) Participate in a health related athletic event, such as Race for the Cure, March of Dimes, Walk America, La Palma Run for Fun, etc. Students must write or type a one-page summary documenting the experience and show proof of participation (copy of your application, completion form, certificate, copy of bib number, etc.) 9. Alateen/Alanon Meeting (20 Points) Attend an Alateen or Alanon meeting. Students must type a one-page summary documenting their experience. For meeting information call 1-88-4AL-ANON. (In the summary, please refrain from using any names of individuals participating in your meeting.) 10. Choose Your Own Adventure (10 points): Create your own health project. Use your imagination! Get it approved by Ms. Lind first!
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