Ho Ting Him

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  1. Physical health - PATHWAYS OF RECOVERY: PREVENTING FURTHER EPISODES OF MENTAL ILLNESS (MONOGRAPH) (Shared by Ho Chiu Hero Tai)

Score: 80/100

This essay highlights that mental health is very crucial to our physical health. It shows that people with mental illness are having higher mortality rates. However, this essay shows us that exercise can alleviate the mental problem and improve ones physical health. In light of this, I think it is very important for us to motivate others to do more exercise.

2. Stay Physically Active During Self Quarantine (shared by Park Ji Hyun)

Score: 70/100

Quarantine has brought us a sedentary lifestyle and immense stress. It is suggested by the WHO that we should at least 150 minutes of moderate exercise a week in order to reduce stress and maintain a healthy body. Suggestions like taking short active breaks and following online exercise classes are given. We should not stop exercising under quarantine.

3. Survey on Hong Kong People’s Eating Habit (Shared by Jim Hung)

Score: 75/100

This survey reflects the unhealthy eating habit of Hong Kong people. People love to eat out. However, they focus on the taste or the dining environment instead of the nutrition value of food. For example, they usually won’t be aware of the fat content of the food. This eating habit may be the culprit of citizens' bad health.

4. Physical health impacts mental wellbeing (Huanyan Gao)

Score: 70/100

This essay shows that mental health and physical activity are interrelated. While bad physical health like injuries can cause mental health problems, lack of exercise may harm our emotional health. It also ends with a few practical steps to improve physical health like getting more sleep, increasing strength, etc.

5. Global survey reveals HK people's love for fast food (shared by Cheuk Lai Ma)

Score: 65/100

This news article reflects that Hong Kong citizens love fast food restaurants because of convenience. The food market in Hong Kong is unhealthy as 10 percent of the restaurants are fast food shops. I believe that restaurants can provide healthy and convenient service to attract more consumers while improving their health.