Health Issues, one

Health is a state of physical, mental, and social well-being. It involves more than just the absence of disease.

A truly healthy person not only feels good physically but also has a realistic outlook on life and gets along well with other people.

Good health enables people to enjoy life and have the opportunity to achieve the goals they have set for themselves.

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Health Issues

Fresh Air. Are people in your community very healthy, generally healthy, in the middle, not very healthy, in poor health, in the middle, it varies, or it depends?

Walking, Hiking. Why are some people slim, others medium sized, while others are obese?

Trees, Nature. Describe an unhealthy diet. What makes up a healthy diet?

Hobbies, Activities. There is a strong relationship between our thoughts, feelings and emotions and our physical well being. Yes or no? Explain why and give examples.

Friends, Pets. Who lives longer, men or women? Why?




In General

Calisthenics. “A kilo of prevention is worth 10 kilos of cure.” Explain this and give examples.

Vegetables. Health is more important than wealth (money). What do you think?

Fruits. Is health a matter of nature, nurture or both? Is health determined by heredity (genes), life habits or both?

Peace of Mind. Would be completely wonderful if more people lived longer, healthier lives; or would there be challenges and difficulties?

Health Statistics

Nuts and Seeds. What are the main health problems in OECD (developed) countries?

Yogurt, Kefir, Cheese, Butter. People in developing (poor) countries have the same heath issues as in developed countries. True or false? What are the main health problems in developing (poor) countries?


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