concept of four seasons BY PSTTI STUDENT

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concept of four seasons BY PSTTI STUDENT

  1. 1. Mangoes, grapes, black plums, watermelons, oranges and muskmelons are some of the major fruits grown in India. Vegetables include bitter gourd, ladies finger or okra, peas, pumpkin, mushrooms, mint and French beans.
  2. 2. Do something good for your mind and body each day. Continue to moisturize. Drink plenty of water. Get your shut-eye.
  3. 3. Fruits and vegetables in winter: fruits are guava, kiwifruit, oranges, pears . vegetables include avocados, collard greens, mustard greens and turnips.
  4. 4. Drink the optimal amount of water. Keep stress to a minimum. Eat a healthy diet. Wash your hands regularly Exercise regularly.
  5. 5. Apples, pears, plums, chestnuts, beetroo t, broccoli, butternut, carrots, garlic, oni ons, potatoes, turnips, pumpkin, beetro ot, and cauliflower Autumn Ailments: Head cold and chest infections: Asthma:
  6. 6. Durga Puja Festival:
  7. 7. Fruits & Vegetables grow in spring season: Fruits in season during the spring include apricot, Mangoes, oranges, papayas & strawberries. Spring vegetables in clues green beans, bell peppers, asparagus, broccoli & butter lettuce.
  8. 8. Spring Ailments: Vomiting and diarrhea (“Gastroenteritis” and " Rotavirus"): Croup: RSV (Respiratory Syncytial Virus): Roseola:
  9. 9. I am very thankful to the management and all the PSTTI, for their support in making this project. I would also like to thank all my friends for sharing ideas regarding this project.

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