Saturday, April 1, 2023

Play and Learn About Health: Three Apps Created by the CDC

Learning about health can be fun if you do it through games created by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

With these games you will be able to learn and expand your knowledge about health, which will help you to solve health problems and manage emergency situations better.

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The CDC Trivia App includes a variety of activities to test your health knowledge.

The app is also available on Alexa, all you have to do is ask her to launch CDC Health IQ and you can play a health trivia.

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The mobile app, designed for children ages 6 to 8, focuses on protecting the brain, also known as concussions.

Players will need to avoid obstacles that could lead to injury, as well as making a decision to rest a player who has suffered an injury.

When a player is injured the game simulates the symptoms of a stroke, causing the screen to blur and movements to become more difficult.

The game, created by the CDC, asks children to notify an adult when there is an injured player and to exchange for a healthy teammate.

At the end of each level, injured players are checked over by a doctor to ensure they get the rest they need to recover from injury and can play again.

solve the outbreak

With this app you’ll become a CDC disease detective dealing with a new outbreak. Your mission will be to find out how the outbreak started and stop it from spreading.

As a detective in Solve the Outbreak, you must make quick decisions whether to quarantine the city, talk to the sick, or ask about lab results to save lives.

You’ll start out as an intern and earn badges by solving cases with the goal of reaching the highest rank: Disease Detective.

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