MCHS Daily Announcements 3.7.16

posted Mar 7, 2016, 5:54 AM by Zachary Dane
This Week: (3/7-18) School Book Fair in the Library. Plan to come buy a book and support the school. See Mr. Smoot with questions. 

TODAY: 
Afterschool Activities:
Stepdance meets today outside the Auditorium.
ASAP- Juniors need to see Diamond Joseph in Room 517 to register for SATs or ACTs. 

**************ONGOING EVENTS/ ACTIVITIES/ MEETINGS***************************

Join I AM! Every Wednesday till the first week of June. If you're an MCHS male, see Luke Alvez or Abebe Morris for more information. 

**************MEDICAL TERM/ QUESTION OF THE DAY!***********************************
Category: Gastrointestinal Disorders
A client who has been diagnosed with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) complains of heartburn. To decrease the heartburn, the nurse should instruct the client to eliminate which of the following items from the diet?
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************SENIOR ADVICE TO YOUNGER STUDENTS!******************
Today's advice is from Maya Vanterpool ('16): While sitting around talking may seem appealing, sitting down and doing your work is actually the better choice. While teachers may seem annoying they're usually right. 
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SHOUT OUT to Mr. Cates for sponsoring a Staff spirit event last week! Does your class read the announcements? Shout your teacher out! See Ms. Davis or email jdavis48@mchsbronx.org



CORRECT ANSWER to Medical Question:   c) Hot chocolate.Reason: With GERD, eating substances that decrease lower esophageal sphincter pressure causes heartburn. A decrease in the lower esophageal sphincter pressure allows gastric contents to reflux into the lower end of the esophagus. Foods that can cause a decrease in esophageal sphincter pressure include fatty foods, chocolate, caffeinated beverages, peppermint, and alcohol. A diet high in protein and low in fat is recommended for clients with GERD. Lean beef, popcorn, and raw vegetables would be acceptable.
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