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Stand up for health and say no to second-hand smoke! (...) WHO China launches new #healthismyright social media campaign Stand up for health and say no to second-hand smoke! (...) There have been a growing number of cases reported in the Chinese media of members of the public standing up for their right to be protected from second-hand smoke.
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Score: 870126.2 - https://www.who.int/china/news...smyright-social-media-campaign
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Now that many of us are forced to work remotely full-time, need to take care of young and old family members during working hours, are feeling stuck or isolated, are separated from loved ones, and have reduced options for regular physical exercise and social activities, we must think differently and creatively about ways to keep healthy in mind and body. Here are some tips and resources: Staying healthy at home A guide to preventing and addressing social stigma with COVID-19 Advice for UN staff for protecting your mental health Remote working and supporting staff mental health: Advice for Managers at the United Nations Doing What Matters in Times of Stress: An Illustrated Guide from the World Health Organization UN System Workplace Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategy: Mental Health Matters, A Healthy Workforce for a Better World Tips if you are feeling anxious  (adapted from apa.org and unicef.org) Keep things in perspective. (...) Find a comfortable yet alert seated position, keep your back straight, and just click play… Try a 10-minute breath awareness meditation: Your browser does not support the audio element, click on the link to play the audio Download the MP3 Try a 15-minute sitting meditation: Your browser does not support the audio element, click on the link to play the audio Download the MP3 Try a 45-minute awareness meditation: Your browser does not support the audio element, click on the link to play the audio Download the MP3 Try a 45-minute slow standing/sitting yoga: Your browser does not support the audio element, click on the link to play the audio Download the MP3 Try a 45-minute standing yoga: Your browser does not support the audio element, click on the link to play the audio Download the MP3   If you're feeling anxious Telecommuting tips Talking to children Stress reduction COVID19 and Mental Health & Wellbeing Accessing an internal UN Staff/Stress Counsellor Accessing external mental health care   WHO advice for the public United Nations Donate A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Score: 869367.6 - https://www.un.org/en/coronavirus/wellness
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One by one, each student approaches their teacher and stands still while she places a drop of liquid on their tongue. (...) Eating well means making healthy food choices and limiting free sugars intake, such as from candy and biscuits. (...) Dr Eunyoung Ko, Country Liaison Officer for WHO Vanuatu says, “Healthy Tooth School is part of the concept of healthy promoting schools.
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Score: 868597.2 - https://www.who.int/marshallis...-the-importance-of-clean-teeth
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One by one, each student approaches their teacher and stands still while she places a drop of liquid on their tongue. (...) Eating well means making healthy food choices and limiting free sugars intake, such as from candy and biscuits. (...) Dr Eunyoung Ko, Country Liaison Officer for WHO Vanuatu says, “Healthy Tooth School is part of the concept of healthy promoting schools.
Language:English
Score: 868597.2 - https://www.who.int/guam/news/...-the-importance-of-clean-teeth
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One by one, each student approaches their teacher and stands still while she places a drop of liquid on their tongue. (...) Eating well means making healthy food choices and limiting free sugars intake, such as from candy and biscuits. (...) Dr Eunyoung Ko, Country Liaison Officer for WHO Vanuatu says, “Healthy Tooth School is part of the concept of healthy promoting schools.
Language:English
Score: 868597.2 - https://www.who.int/nauru/news...-the-importance-of-clean-teeth
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One by one, each student approaches their teacher and stands still while she places a drop of liquid on their tongue. (...) Eating well means making healthy food choices and limiting free sugars intake, such as from candy and biscuits. (...) Dr Eunyoung Ko, Country Liaison Officer for WHO Vanuatu says, “Healthy Tooth School is part of the concept of healthy promoting schools.
Language:English
Score: 868597.2 - https://www.who.int/vanuatu/ne...-the-importance-of-clean-teeth
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One by one, each student approaches their teacher and stands still while she places a drop of liquid on their tongue. (...) Eating well means making healthy food choices and limiting free sugars intake, such as from candy and biscuits. (...) Dr Eunyoung Ko, Country Liaison Officer for WHO Vanuatu says, “Healthy Tooth School is part of the concept of healthy promoting schools.
Language:English
Score: 868597.2 - https://www.who.int/wallisandf...-the-importance-of-clean-teeth
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One by one, each student approaches their teacher and stands still while she places a drop of liquid on their tongue. (...) Eating well means making healthy food choices and limiting free sugars intake, such as from candy and biscuits. (...) Dr Eunyoung Ko, Country Liaison Officer for WHO Vanuatu says, “Healthy Tooth School is part of the concept of healthy promoting schools.
Language:English
Score: 868597.2 - https://www.who.int/fiji/news/...-the-importance-of-clean-teeth
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One by one, each student approaches their teacher and stands still while she places a drop of liquid on their tongue. (...) Eating well means making healthy food choices and limiting free sugars intake, such as from candy and biscuits. (...) Dr Eunyoung Ko, Country Liaison Officer for WHO Vanuatu says, “Healthy Tooth School is part of the concept of healthy promoting schools.
Language:English
Score: 868597.2 - https://www.who.int/tuvalu/new...-the-importance-of-clean-teeth
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One by one, each student approaches their teacher and stands still while she places a drop of liquid on their tongue. (...) Eating well means making healthy food choices and limiting free sugars intake, such as from candy and biscuits. (...) Dr Eunyoung Ko, Country Liaison Officer for WHO Vanuatu says, “Healthy Tooth School is part of the concept of healthy promoting schools.
Language:English
Score: 868597.2 - https://www.who.int/frenchpoly...-the-importance-of-clean-teeth
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