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View Resource National Institutes of Health: Health Information

The Health Information portion of the National Institutes of Health website covers a wide range of topics. This consumer-oriented site includes Quick Links, on the left side of the page, to such topics as "Child & Teen Health", "Men's Health", "Minority Health", and "Seniors' Health". To browse health categories, the visitor can browse several different ways. They can browse under "Body...

View Resource Detectives in the Classroom

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 modules and thirty-four lessons, each detailing national standards met, instructions for the activities, and lecture slides.

View Resource National Institutes of Health: Nanotechnology

Visitors who are wondering what nanotechnology is and what it can be used for, will find this website from the National Institutes of Health very helpful. If visitors have wondered what a nano looks like they can check out the video on the right side of the homepage for a 30-second animated view comparing the size of a nano to everyday objects. To learn more about the use of nanotechnology in the...

View Resource National Institutes of Health: Research Matters

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) generates thousands of pieces of important research every year, and even the most dedicated individual would be hard pressed to keep track of all these items. The Research Matters site from NIH makes this all a snap, as users can peruse the latest news releases from their many different research divisions. To get started, first-time visitors may want to...

View Resource National Institutes of Health: Curriculum Supplement Series

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 health topics. On the homepage, visitors can use the Description area to learn a bit more about the basic goal of this series. The left-hand side of the homepage contains the bulk...

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