Children’s health is another common topic for most health writers and it’s the focus of this 30-day writing challenge. If you have little ones in your life, this challenge should be a breeze!
Also, this challenge is less technical than previous challenges – so, you should find it nice and relaxing. You’ll be writing about common childhood illnesses and healthy lifestyle tips for children.
The idea is to complete one challenge a day every day for 30 days. Do a few or every single one – it’s up to you! Even doing just a few of the tasks will help you exercise your writing muscles.
Plain text version: 30-Day Health Writing Challenge
Theme: Children’s Health
DAY 1 Describe five common childhood illnesses.
DAY 2 Explain what an anaphylaxis action plan is.
DAY 3 Define acne.
DAY 4 Explain how wrist fractures are treated.
DAY 5 Explain how measles spreads.
DAY 6 Define asthma.
DAY 7 List three symptoms of pertussis.
DAY 8 List three common vaccinations for kids.
DAY 9 Define chicken pox.
DAY 10 Explain what happens during puberty.
DAY 11 Explain how jaundice is treated.
DAY 12 Define congenital.
DAY 13 Explain how lice is treated.
DAY 14 Define rubella.
DAY 15 Define conjunctivitis.
DAY 16 Explain how bronchitis is treated.
DAY 17 Define sinusitis.
DAY 18 Define deciduous teeth.
DAY 19 List three symptoms of gastroenteritis.
DAY 20 Define hand, foot and mouth disease.
DAY 21 Explain how nappy (diaper) rash is treated.
DAY 22 List five symptoms of childhood allergies.
DAY 23 List three healthy eating tips for children.
DAY 24 List three mental health tips for children.
DAY 25 Explain the difference between food allergy and intolerance.
DAY 26 List three ways children can maintain a healthy weight.
DAY 27 Define impetigo.
DAY 28 Explain how childhood allergies are diagnosed.
DAY 29 Define inguinal hernia.
DAY 30 List five ways children can be more active.