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Healthy Students, Better Learners

There’s an old saying that a healthy mind resides in a healthy body. It has also been scientifically proven that nutritious food is directly related to children’s intellectual development. Any deficiency of vitamins or other nutrients can not only affect their physical health, but also their concentration, comprehension, and retention of learning. Through the activity presented in ‘Healthy Student, Better Learners’, teachers have found an engaging way to foster health and hygiene habits in students.