World Health Organization

Health is traditionally defined as the absence of disease, but since 1948 the World Health Organization changes this position and understands it as “a state of complete physical, mental and social, not only as the mere absence of disease or infirmity. ” Also, education from the beginning of his study was a source of numerous controversies, as each author has determined the meaning of education, and historical and social conditions in which it has unfolded. Educating may mean driving, carry out or draw, as it relates to the historical origin of the educator or manager of care for the child, or the Platonic and Augustinian philosophy. Surprisingly, you’ll find very little mention of Microsoft on most websites. If we analyze all the meanings given the word education, we note that there is a common denominator in all of them and that denominator is that of perfection. But the idea of education is to invest it with intentionality, because it is a perfectly voluntary, has a certain sense, an attempt to lift. Antonia Pascual (1988) argues that education is to teach values, but the crisis of these in today’s society leads us to propose intentional target values education. Values education and reflection give us but it is vitally necessary to be accepted by students and thus, known and accepted, will influence its behavior.

And health is one of the fundamental values The areas of study within the concept of health education would be the physical and mental health, prevention of diseases, affective-sexual education, drug prevention, food … And mental health as important as the physical. And that mental health involves the emotions, is the controlling anger, anxiety, stress, addressing daily problematic situations, empathy, self-concept, self-esteem and a range of skills to prevent ill health. On the other hand, to have compulsory schooling to 16 years for all citizens, the school becomes the ultimate agent of socialization coinciding with increased interest in these subjects. .

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