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Should elementary school students learn heart disease symptoms as part of their science or health curriculum?

  • Yes, they should.

    I think it is important for students to understand medical issues, their symptoms, and their causes. If they learn things from an early age, they know how to guard against these potentially fatal diseases and will live a more intelligent lifestyle. Knowledge is power almost all of the time. Especially here.

  • Yes, elementary students should learn heart disease symptoms as part of their classes.

    I think it would be very beneficial for elementary students to learn heart disease symptom as part of their science and health curriculum. It would be very beneficial for kids to learn at such a young age about some problems that a lot of Americans face. It might even save their lives one day.

  • Some of them will suffer from this disease

    Yes, I think that elementary school students should learn about heart disease symptoms as a part of their science or health classes. Many of their parents already suffer from heart disease or are really close to doing so. In reality some of them, before they complete grade school have some type of heart problems if they are obese, so this is one of those things we have to address early.

  • Students should learn more

    Students are falling behind in learning useful day to day information about tasks they will encounter in their lives. Heart disease is a major problem nowadays, and this learning should be incorporated into curriculums across multiple levels. It does not require a lot of time or resources, and this is all the more reasons to teach about this important information.

  • They could help their parents.

    Yes, elementary school students should learn heart disease symptoms are part of their science or health curriculum, because it could kill many of them. Students spend a great deal of time studying AIDS, when it is unlikely that AIDS will affect each of their lives more than heart disease will.

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