Addressing Saskatchewan's Health Science 20: Human Body Unit with CurioCity Educator Resources
Saskatchewan’s Health Science 20 Program of Studies (2015) includes a Unit on the Human Body. The following CurioCity educator resources can help you address outcomes from that Unit:
Articles with Starting Points
Your Athletic DNA?!
Published on 21/03/2012 - By Derek van Pel
Outbreak: The Ebola virus
What if you could take a medical test that would tell you what sports you might be best suited for?
Published on 19/08/2014 - By Kelly Resmer
Will MERS be another SARS? What have we learned?
Imagine an infection that causes you to bleed from every opening in your body - nose, ears, eyes, and even from the pores on your skin!
Published on 21/06/2013 - By Laura Brown
Why Exercising Feels Sooooo Good!
First there was SARS. Now there is MERS. What have we learned since the SARS epidemic to protect us?
Published on 21/09/2006 - By CurioCity
Hope for Food Allergy Sufferers
Exercise has many physiological (e.g., physical) and psychological (e.g., mental) effects that can improve mood as well as relieve stress, increase self-esteem, and reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression. Let's take a closer look.
Published on 22/01/2013 - By Sophia Akl
There is currently no cure for food allergies. But some promising treatments, including immunotherapy, are being studied.