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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1926
Early Health
Habits Needed
-_Sally Jean
In an interview Monday evening,
Sally Lucas Jean said that personal
health habits have come to be recog-
nized as important in the life of the
individual. ''Before 1918,'' said Miss
Jean, "we had practically no health
education in the schools. Sinice that
(late, however, the child health move-
ment has made great strides in all
parts of the world. Today there is not
a school-room in the country which
does not have this health teaching.c
The schools have rechristened hygiene
as ' health education.' There has been1
an awakening of a new interest in the1
child on the part of th'e teacher. Thef
best results in this work are coming
from teachers whio regard their class-
rooms as laboratories."t
According to Miss Jean, the new1
conception of health teaching is that,
of establishing habits of health before
teaching the reasons for them. It is t
not a matter of how much the child
knows, but what he practices in his
daily living. For examnple: it is well
for the child to know that the milk he1
drinks should be pure, but what is im-
portant is that he actually drinks it.<
Early Rhabits Best
WVhen asked whether it were nott
necessary for the child to understanda
the reason for the habits which he
practices, Miss Jean replied, "Since
habit is formed early and persists
throughout life, it is found most sat-
isfactory to establish habits early
when the chid is most receptive. This
is now done by making a positive ap-
peal instead of the previous negative
one. The child is taught, for instance,
not that hie will develop tuberculous
if he does not observe health practices,
but that great scientists hav4 found it
enjoyable and profitable to live in
fresh air and clean surroundings. A
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health. Although tl
these problems differ
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