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  1. ... investigations to hypothesis driven research – Integrating into response activities effectively without impediment – Feedback to identify research priorities and opportunities • Who needs to be looked at?: high-risk groups, kids, elderly, EJ community • What additional information do we ...
  2. ... physical, emotional, and social wellbeing. IOS ANDROID Help Kids Cope By: National Child Traumatic Stress Network This ... 2.0 App is a valuable tool to scale up services for people with MNS conditions and ...
  3. ... Academy of Pediatrics "Disaster Outreach and Collaboration for Kids Project" Elk Grove Village, IL In partnership with: ... K, Rafferty R. Disaster Outreach and Collaboration for Kids Project. E-ppendix. [Internet]. 2012 Fall;3(2). ...
  4. ... there has been a constant propensity to move activities up the scale of specialism and also up the scale of ... time and to move professionals up the same scale. That is, that it is better in the minds of many to have a specialist do Activity X than to have a generalist, and it's ...
  5. ... Fund’s Gabriella Miller Kids First Pediatric Research Program (Kids First) is developing a large-scale data resource to help researchers uncover new insights ...
  6. ... served to inform the development of new Envirohealth Kids Portal (currently under construction). Another Set-Aside funded activity involved developing a detailed evaluation plan for the ...
  7. ... interactive media to promote healthy eating and exercise activities were joined this year by the NLM sponsored events: Passport to Global Health; Totally Toxic; and Kids on the Grid. This year the Health Expo ...
  8. ... to several organizations’ Web sites, such as NIEHS Kids’ pages and the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) Web site. It was featured along with ToxMystery during HHS Earth Day activities at HHS headquarters in DC. Staff began a “ ...
  9. ... something awful in connection with all of this activity. He was just as different from me and the rest of us as daylight and dark. He was a very sensitive and imaginative, highly intellectual kid a rebel. He just wouldn't go for ...
  10. ... by approximately 1,000 children and their parents. Activities included Mad Science, ... by Kid Power’s Programs. Harnessing Heat was a scientific experiment ...
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