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Nutrition.gov is a government-based website that is funded by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). Using scientific research, this site helps consumers understand what they should know when purchasing...
This Web page, from the US Department of Agriculture's Agriculture Research Service, features information about research being conducted at the Beltsville Human Nutrition Center. Twenty-one research projects are...
In this activity, students will analyze what is happening in the following case: Rebecca and Joel are healthy young adults who undertake an extended bicycle trip for which they did not adequately plan. Although the...
How might students best learn about science? It's a question that has commanded the attention of many educators. These curriculum supplements are teachers' guides to two weeks of lessons on the science behind selected...
This lesson plan from ATEEC will help students make comparative judgements from data, interpret data generated, and identify, assimilate and integrate information from diverse sources. It would be appropriate for an...

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