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A study on the effects of poor eating habits on student learning

A study on the effects of poor eating habits on student learning

Recent studies have demonstrated that nutrition affects students’ thinking skills, behaviour, and health, all factors that directly impact academic performance. Poor nutrition can leave students’ susceptible to illness or lead to headaches and stomachaches, resulting in school absences (Brown, Beardslee, & Prothrow-Stith, 2008). Take a look at the attached video as it theatrically considers the effects of poor eating habits on student learning.

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