History Day Previous Topics

Archived collection of previously suggested History Day resources by topic. Links not maintained.

Medical & Life Sciences

Medical & Life Sciences

See subpages for additional topics.

Topics on this page are ones for which original research guides had shorter suggestions (items may have been in Archives, etc.).

Fragile X

  • Families and Fragile X Syndrome - StLib Fed Doc Microfiche HE 20.3352:F 84/2  also link to online through our catalog
  • Elementary school and boys with Fragile X Syndrome [microform] : final report - StLib Fed Doc Microfiche  ED 1.310/2:460556. From Eric.ed.gov  http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED460556.pdf
  • Facts about fragile X syndrome (1996) - StLib Federal Documents HE 20.3352:F 84
  • Rett syndrome [electronic resource] online through our catalog
  • Rett syndrome - StLib Federal Documents  HE 20.3520:R 31/2003  online through our catalog
  • Rett syndrome fact sheet [electronic resource] - online through our catalog  
  • Rett syndrome [microform] StLib Fed Doc Microfiche  HE 20.3352:R 31/7    Also online through our catalog.
  • Suggested Terms
    • Fragile X syndrome
    • Fragile X syndrome -- United States
    • X-linked mental retardation
    • X chromosome -- Abnormalities -- United States
    • Rett syndrome -- United States

Selected Websites:

  • Fragile X Syndrome - From the National Library of Medicine (NLM) Genetics Home Reference. http://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/condition/fragile-x-syndrome
  • Learning About Fragile X Syndrome - From the National Human Genome Research Institute https://www.genome.gov/19518828
  • Fragile X Syndrome (FXS) - From CDC (Center for Disease Control) http://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/fxs/

Health & Medical

Most descriptions are from the site or USA.gov


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