Monster Heart Medic

Monster Heart Medic

Help your monster live a healthy life.

Monster Heart Medic is an educational adventure game that explores the cardiovascular system and how it is affected by healthy living. Players are led through an interactive narrative where they must help diagnose a friendly, 3-eyed monster named Ragnar and help him on his path to a healthier life. Through hands-on tests, interactive simulators, achievement collection, discussions with health professionals, animated monster stories, and arcade games, players will learn about common cardiovascular conditions, diagnostic tests, and what steps can be taken to get and keep your cardiovascular system healthy.

Price: Free

Ages: 9-11

Languages: English and Spanish

Topics: Heart, Health

OS: Apple, Android

Requirements:
iPhone or iPad iOS 7+
Android 4.4+

Awards

Digital Ehon Award

Digital Ehon Award

Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy describes the information collected by Lawrence Hall of Science (“we,” “us” or “our”) through our mobile application Monster Heart Medic.

We do not collect any personal data with Monster Heart Medic. When you download and use Monster Heart Medic, we don’t require you to provide any data and we do not collect any information about you or your device.

Monster Heart Medic complies with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act. We do not knowingly collect personal data of any kind from users of any age.

Users may contact us via email if they have questions about Monster Heart Medic. We may receive a user’s email address and other information about a user if the user submits that information to us through email. We will only use this information to respond to any inquiries from the user.

Please feel free to contact us with any questions about our privacy policy and practices, e-mail us at lhsweb@berkeley.edu.

Support Provided By

SEPA Science Education Science Award Supported by the National Institutes of Health

This project was supported by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Science Education Partnership Award program under award number 5R25OD010543-02. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this program are those of the author and do not reflect the views of NIH.

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