MOH News
MOH Continues Implementation of the Program (My Health ... My School) for the Second Consecutive Week
05 September 2013
As part of the activities of the health awareness program (My health ... My school) coinciding with the start of the new academic year, the Ministry of Health (MOH) keeps, for the second consecutive week, on hosting a constellation of consultants and specialists through its Media and Health Awareness Information Center via the toll-free number: 8002494444  and the MOH's account on Twitter: @saudimoh; in order to talk about psychological and physical preparation of students for the new academic year, and to provide them and their parents with health tips and guidelines, enabling students to get rid of all negative emotions and psychological problems that can encounter them at the beginning of the new academic year.
 
The program is to host Ms. Maha bint Saleh Al-Assaf, a Therapeutic Nutritionist, on Sunday 8/9/2013 (corresponding to 2/11/1434H) from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.; in order to talk about the most prominent malnutrition diseases, kinds of foods and drinks that should be available in the canteens of schools, and how the mother can treat her children when they have an unbridled desire to have unhealthy foods and beverages. Then, Ms. Bushra Al-Rabeeah, a Therapeutic Nutritionist, will be hosted to talk about the importance of the breakfast meal for students.
 
Within the same vein, the MOH's Media and Health Awareness Information Center is to host Dr. Ahmed bin Salem Bahammam, a Consultant in Pulmonologist and Sleep Disorders, on Monday 9/9/2013 (corresponding to 3/11/1434H) from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.; in order to talk about the importance of getting enough sleep and the problems associated with the biological clock and sleep disturbances, especially at the beginning of the new academic year. It is known that regulation of the sleep cycle helps students to concentrate during the study period. Afterwards, the pharmacist Mervat Barjaa will be hosted from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. in order to talk about the importance of paying attention to students suffering from a chronic disease.
 
Also, the Center will host Dr. Khaled ben Nahes Al-Rakas, the Associate Professor at the Division of Psychology in King Saud University's Faculty of Education, on Tuesday 10/9/2013 (corresponding to 4/11/1434H) from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.; in order to talk about proper ways of recalling, as well as the methods of keeping and remembering information, when needed, even after a long period of time. Then, the pharmacist Eman el-Debasy will be hosted from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. in order to talk about the importance of dietary supplements for students.
 
Next Thursday, the Center will host Dr. Nasreen Murad Sherbini, a Consultant in Infectious Diseases and Fevers, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.; in order to talk about the ways of protecting students against the common cold and gastroenteritis, and to answer the callers' questions with regard to the novel Coronavirus.  Then, the pharmacist Amal Abul-jaddail will be hosted from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. in order to talk about the first aid in schools.
 
 



Content Evaluation
Reading times
Last Update 09 September 2013 04:43 PM
Do you find this content useful? Yes No Suggest
Satisfaction of visitorsA sign of happiness
Satisfaction of visitors Completely satisfied Satisfied Neutral Not Satisfied Completely dissatisfied
This site can be viewed on all screen tones and all smart devices and supports all kinds of browsers
All Rights Reserved – Ministry of Health – Kingdom of Saudi Arabia ©