Screens and The Bee | #KidZone

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Have you ever wondered what bees and humans have in common? ‘Bee’ sure to watch this video to explore Manuela’s love of technology. You’ll learn about some of the technology’s consequences on your health and well-being and you might learn a thing or two about bees too!
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This video was made by McMaster Demystifying Medicine students Emily Grydziuszko, Nadia Kasim, and Reza Khorvash.

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