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From Wellness to Innovation⚕️💪 - Celebrating World Health Day & Public Television Day 📺(Emoji-A-Day)✨

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Get ready for a double dose of awareness! ⚕️📺  Today's Emoji-A-Day post is about World Health Day celebrating the vital role of health workers worldwide, and Public Television Day highlighting accessible communication for all. Let's explore how these two areas empower communities! 💪

    World Health Day Spotlight 🌎 
    This year's World Health Day theme honors the incredible dedication of nurses and midwives, the frontline heroes of healthcare. Did you know the World Health Organization was founded in 1948 with a mission to ensure the highest possible level of health for all people? Importantly, good health isn't just about physical well-being – it includes mental and social wellness, which are influenced by factors like education and access to reliable information. 

    Public Television 🤯 
    Accessible Communication Public television provides a wealth of free, educational, and informative programming for everyone to enjoy. Did you know the first long-distance public television broadcast took place way back in 1927? It's a medium with a long history of innovation! PBS and similar stations are essential for many, especially children and those in underserved communities. These programs spark imaginations, provide learning opportunities, and help foster a more informed world. 🧠

    The Connection - Knowledge is Power 💪 
    Both healthcare and accessible communication are vital for our society. Public television often features programs that promote healthy habits, help us understand medical issues, and foster mental well-being. In times of crisis, reliable health information from trusted sources is more important than ever. 💡

    Dig into a world of health and communication trivia! Explore the vital roles of public television and healthcare in empowering our communities. 🩺📺

      • Fun Fact - Nurses and midwives make up a huge percentage of the healthcare workforce! We appreciate their tireless efforts. 💖
      • Pioneer Nurse - Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing, was also a statistician and advocate for public health! 📊👩‍⚕️
      • Did you know - Sesame Street, a beloved children's show, debuted on public television. 📺
      • Education Tools - Many public TV stations offer free resources for educators and parents. 🙌
      • Today's Tech - Telehealth (using technology for medical care) is becoming more common, increasing access to healthcare. 📱
      • Mind-Blowing - The human body contains roughly 100 trillion cells! 🤯
      • Public Health Matters - Every year, around 800 women die from preventable causes during pregnancy and childbirth. Public health efforts and education can help change these statistics. 😭📊
      • Global Connection - The World Health Organization brings together experts from around the world to tackle health challenges on a global scale. 🌎
      • Power of Knowledge - Public television played a significant role during 9/11, providing safe content for children amidst a time of crisis. 👀
      • Did you know - Studies show that educational programming on public TV can improve student performance and engagement. 
      • Public TV Power - Studies show that educational TV programming boosts children's vocabulary and helps prepare them for school. 📚
      • Health Fact - Regular exercise doesn't just build strong muscles; it also reduces your risk of chronic diseases.💪
      • Mind Matters - Public television often features programs focused on mental health and well-being, offering resources and destigmatizing important topics. 🧠
      • Public Safety - Public television stations can be key lifelines during disasters, broadcasting important updates and safety information. 📢

      Question of the Day 🤔 
      What's your favorite program you've seen on public television that taught you about health? (Note: it can be a kids show, documentary, or anything that inspired you on public tv!) How did it influence you? 📺


      ~ The first wealth is health ~

      - Ralph Waldo Emerson, Essayist, Poet, and Philosopher

      ~ Of all the forms of inequality, injustice in health is the most shocking and inhumane ~

      - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Civil Rights Leader

      ~ I feel if we in public television can only make it clear that feelings are mentionable and manageable, we will have done a great service for mental health ~

      Fred Rogers, Host of "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

      Moji Challenge Prompt

      ➡️ Emoji Power-Up: Healthy Habits & Media Moments 🩺📺

      The Concept - Use emoji to express healthy living and your favorite public television memories.

        • Health Scene - Build a scene promoting healthy habits. Include exercise emojis (🏋️‍♂️🏃‍♀️), nutritious food (🍎🥦), a happy face (😊) and maybe even a doctor or nurse (🩺)!
        • Tune In To Knowledge - Create a scene with a TV emoji (📺), books (📚), and other symbols of learning. Show the excitement of discovering something new!
        • Bonus - Get creative and combine the two! Maybe your characters are exercising while watching a health documentary.


        • 🏋️‍♀️🍎🥦 = Healthy choices = Happy me!
        • 🩺🏥 + ❤️ = Nurses & doctors, sharing their care.
        • 📺 + 📚🤔 = Learning is fun for everyone!
        • 📱👨‍⚕️👩‍💻 = Telehealth, connecting patients near and far.
        • 🍪👹📚 = That nostalgic Sesame Street vibe!
        • 🍎🏃‍♀️🧘‍♀️ = A focus on balanced living
        • 📺❓👨‍🔬 = A love of science shows and documentaries

      Share & Inspire! Tag your friends and celebrate those moments of learning and healthy living!📱Use #MojiChallenge #WorldHealthDay #PublicTelevision

      • Moji Magic 🪄 

      Level Up Your Expression
      Get creative, explore and expand your mind!

        • Move your body - Inspired by a fitness program on public TV? Try a new workout routine.
        • Learn something new - Watch a documentary on a topic that sparks your curiosity and do some follow-up research.
        • Pay it forward - Donate old books to a local library or consider supporting your local public TV station with a donation.
        • OPTIONAL LEVEL UP - Upload your favorite emoji artwork to the Moji Customizer to create a custom movie or tv poster, moji mug or water bottle inspired by your favorite program!
      • Moji Mashup 📺 + 🎰 = ? 
        In this Moji Mashup we paired Television 📺 emoji with

        Slot Machine 🎰 emoji to remind us how fortunate we are to have public television. Check out our Facebook or head on over to Pinterest to see our lucky concoction from the Google Emoji Kitchen today! 🌟

      • Television on Emojipedia 📺
        Dig into the television description, tech origin details, and unique emoji design versions across different platforms at Emojipedia, the ultimate emoji encyclopedia! 📚📲

      • Playlist -  It's a blast from the past! Our PBS Jams Playlist is packed with all your favorite theme songs and feel-good tunes from beloved PBS shows. Sing along, dance, and let the nostalgia wash over you as we celebrate the power of public television.🎵

      Wrapping Up & Leaping Forward
      What a fun day of memories, appreciation and celebrating the importance of healthcare and free educational television! These resources enrich our communities and empower both young and old. 📺💪

      Keep the good vibes going!

      • Channel Your Inner Chil: - Take a break and sing along to the PBS Jams Playlist. Embrace those joyful memories and let the music lift your spirits.
      • Remember the Power of Public TV: Did you learn something new today about the history of public television? Reflect on the role it played in your own life or the lives of the kids in your life.
      • Pay it Forward - Consider supporting your local public TV and radio stations. Donations help keep these valuable resources strong.
      • Celebrate World Health Day Everyday - Make small, positive choices to support your physical and mental well-being. Knowledge is power, so keep learning about ways to stay healthy.

      Until next time, keep exploring, keep learning, and always remember...you are valued, #youmatter, and your health matters! 🌟

      See ya tomorrow for another Emoji-A-Day adventure where we keep learning, creating, and discovering together! Believe in yourself – we sure do! ✨

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