Korean
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Topic "Wellbeing" in Korean - total 5 documents

Title: Fitting more fruit and vegetables into your diet
Summary: If you’re not eating at least two pieces of fruit and five servings of vegetables each day, now’s the time to start. Although there’s no single “miracle” food to prevent or cure cancer, scientists that people who eat few fruits and vegetables have higher rates of cancer than those who don’t. Although some people think they can get the same benefits from vitamin and mineral supplements, this isn’t true. Vegetables and fruits don’t just contain vitamins and minerals, but also many other substances which are important for good health and which you won’t find in a pill.

Title: Heat-related illness including heat stroke
Summary: This factsheet provides information on heat-related illness as well as heat stroke. Heat-related illness can range from mild conditions such as dehydration or cramps to very serious conditions such as heat stroke. Heat can also worsen many existing medical conditions.

Title: Making healthy food choices fact sheet
Summary: Healthy eating, along with regular physical activity, can help you look after your diabetes. It can also help you manage other risk factors like high blood pressure, or unhealthy cholesterol and triglyceride levels.

Title: School communities working together: Fact sheet for parents and carers
Summary: Advice for parents/carers on how to support student wellbeing.

Title: Wellbeing: Invest in your life
Summary: The theme for the fact sheet was 'Wellbeing: Invest in your life' which provided the target audience with a number of simple, everyday ideas to improve mental, physical, spiritual and social wellbeing.

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