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Kids-Science Experiments

education  science  kids  weather  scientists  sunscreen  experiments 

Science experiments for kids to enjoy!

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NIEHS

Harmful Algal Blooms

health  research  science  environment  eating  weather  swimming  algal  agents  water  liver  temperature  Health Topics  breathing  harmful Algal Blooms  HAB  algae  fish  runoff  fertilizer 

A harmful algal bloom (HAB) occurs when toxin-producing algae grow excessively in a body of water. Algae are microscopic organisms that live in aquatic environments and use photosynthesis to produce energy from sunlight, just like plants. The excessive algal growth, or algal bloom, becomes visible to the naked eye and can be green, blue-green, red, or brown, depending on the type of algae.

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CDC

12 Ways to Have a Healthy Holiday Season | CDC Features

flu  health  exercise  food  safety  children  vaccination  kids  tobacco  smoke  winter  screenings  holiday  nutrition  cold  weather  prepare  stress  vaccinations  management 

Take steps to keep you and your loved ones safe and healthy.

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CDC

Keep Your Cool in Hot Weather | CDC Features

features  summer  emergency  CDC  preparedness  weather  hot weather  CDC Features  extreme heat 

Learn about heat-related illness and how to stay cool and safe in hot weather.

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CDC

Prepare for Unpredictable Spring Weather | CDC Features

preparedness  weather  spring  tornadoes  CDC Features  natural disasters  severe weather  flood  Spring weather  storms 

Spring weather can be unpredictable. Reduce injury risk and plan ahead.

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