Back to school 'Mental Munchies' scheduled - Odessa American
OA Online - Routine, stress and signs to look for are on the agenda
Heading back to school means more than just less time for video games or playing outside. For Ector County ISD students, it may mean new schools at all levels with the transition to the middle school concept.
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center is offering a Mental Munchies presentation titled “Back to School: Routine, Stress and Signs to Watch For.”
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