From time to time, there is a new health subject in the news. Sometimes in a positive way, sometimes in a negative one. It would be good to have a round-up on each of these topics.
Publish a series of articles or booklets. Each will deal with a health subject like cholesterol, running, walking, sugars, fiber, etc. Each will sum up all the pros and cons, their scientific sources, etc.
A playful way to teach kids what they should know.
Create booklets that when riffled show and animation of what they need to know.
Firstly, many subjects have multiple components that can be used by themselves or in combination with some or all of the others. Second, many of these topics can be practical but are presented as theoretical principles with little or no concrete examples or guidance on how to use them. For example, the work by Robert Cialdini on influence can be utilized as a practical toolset in many fields, but the book – although giving multiple research case studies – has no practical use examples.
Create a series of booklets on each component of the subject matter. Each booklet should cover the theory, so the reader understands the why and the how, and then go on with a long list of examples in many areas it can be used general guidelines should also be given if possible. Some of these practical examples use only the booklet’s component, and some use it with more elements from other booklets in the series.