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This curriculum, created by Mark Kaelin of Montclair State University, focuses on developing scientific and statistical literacy in middle and high school students through investigations in epidemiology. There are five...
The National Institute on Aging (NIA) Demography Centers website contains a wealth of resources and data on aging. The site contains syllabi for a variety of aging-related courses and links to several datasets...
Stuttering has entered popular culture with the release of, and critical acclaim for, the recent movie "The King's Speech", which is about King George VI of England's problem with stuttering. Since 1947, the Stuttering...
Science teachers around the country and the world have a good friend in the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences. They have brought together dozens of helpful teaching aids in this fine corner of their...
The Ovarian Kaleidoscope Database (OKDB) was developed by the Hsueh Lab in the Department of Gynecology & Obstetrics at Stanford University Medical Center. The OKDB "provides information regarding the biological...
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