We all remember the days of walking into our Health class, a very boring part of the Physical Education curriculum. We sat in class each day and just sat there as we listened to our teacher lecture on various health topics. It was so methodical in nature. We listened, raised our hand to answer a question, reviewed, and were given a quiz or test before moving on to the next topic. Nothing new or exciting, no interaction, just sit and listen. An occasional movie or guest speaker was thrown in for good measure.
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The Web may be chock full of information, and that is great. When it comes to learning more about your child’s health issue, particularly at 2 a.m. during a semi-crisis, it can also make it hard to decide which sites provide trustworthy facts versus unscientific opinions.