Science Journal for Kids adapts UC Berkeley study to make it kid-friendly

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Science Journal for Kids values the social justice implications of the papers it chooses to adapt, as well as the scientific contributions of women and minorities, noted John Harte, campus professor and Science Journal for Kids advisory board member.

UC Berkeley researchers and Science Journal for Kids adapted a paper that found associations between redlining and emergency department visits for asthma to make the study more kid-friendly.
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