Spanish stroke video
This 3:40 award-winning video is a cultural adaptation of the original "Stroke Heroes Act FAST" animation. It uses a catchy tune to help people remember the signs of someone having a stroke.
The Jihadis' Path to Self-Destruction
Do contemporary jihadists hold, in their own doctrine, the seeds to self-destruction? Nelly Lahoud, a top expert on jihadi ideology and a West Point associate professor, discusses this topic, the subject of her new book of the same name. Speaker Biography: Nelly Lahoud is associate professor with the Combating Terrorism Center (CTC) in the Department of Social Sciences, U.S. Military Academy, West Point. Prior to joining CTC, Lahoud was assistant professor of Political Theory, including Islamic
'One Muslim is Enough!' Evidence from a Field Experiment in France
David Laitin, a political science professor who has examined the causes of religious discrimination in France, discusses the rationales that sustain discrimination against Muslims in the French labor market. Speaker Biography: David D. Laitin is Watkins professor of political science at Stanford University. For captions, transcript, and more information visit http://www.loc.gov/today/cyberlc/feature_wdesc.php?rec=5197.
Katy Perry ProActiv Commercial - Celebrity Endorsement
ProActiv uses Katy Perry to endorse their product. Persuasive techniques, persuasion, persuade, commercial, endorsement, advertising, propaganda (1:01)
This video clip contains information on the Aztec Chinampas. Chinampas were a marvel of engineering that allowed the Aztecs to literally create new farming land where there was none before and also provided new living spaces. Chinampas consisted of a weave of sticks, leaves, and mud. (1:54)
Origins of the Clovis People
In this video clip, Clovis points found on the east coast of the U.S. challenge the traditional theory that the Clovis people migrated to North-America via the Bering land bridge. (3:51)
Lesson #065, Friday questo = comes before a noun that is singular and masculine. Questo libro e' interessante. = This book is interesting. questa = comes before a noun that is singular and femine. Questa lettera e' per Lei. = This letter is for you. questi = comes before a noun that is plural and masculine. Leggiamo questi libri. = We read these books. queste = comes before a noun that is plural and femine. Queste donne dormono troppo. = These women sleep too much
questo = comes before a noun that is singular and masculine.
Questo libro e' interessante. = This book is interesting.
questa = comes before a noun that is singular and femine.
Questa lettera e' per Lei. = This letter is for you.
questi = comes before a noun that is plural and masculine.
Leggiamo questi libri. = We read these books.
queste = comes before a noun that is plural and femine.
Queste donne dormono troppo. = These women sleep too much
New Drug Targets Lymphoma, Cuts Side Effects
By: mdanderson MD Anderson's Dr. Michael Rytting and ALCL survivor Logan Emmons discuss impact of brentuximab vedotin.
OrganWise Guys Shorts: Snack Tip: Ants on a Log
Come learn about health and nutrition with the OrganWise Guys! In this short: kids learn how to make the classic snack "Ants on a Log," by putting peanut butter and raisins on celery sticks. (1min)
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Information Technologies and Marginalization in African Market Economies
Laura Mann summarises her lecture on information technologies and marginalization in African market economies, part of the OII's Society and the Internet Lecture Series. It is often argued that poor and marginalized communities self perpetuate their poverty by inhabiting closed networks. This argument has been most strongly lobbied against those in Africa, where Ethno-linguistic Fragmentation (ELF) has been used to explain "Africa's 'growth tragedy'". However, the rapidly increasing use of the I
The Next Generation of Social Entrepreneurship - Institute of Politics
Harvard Lecturer on Sociology Gordon Bloom moderated this discussion on "The Next Generation of Social Entrepreneurship" with panelists Bill Drayton, CEO and Founder of Ashoka, a global organization that connects and supports social entrepreneurs, and Christa Velasquez, currently a Senior Fellow of the Initiative for Responsible Investment at Harvard's Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations. Panelists emphasized the need for innovative and integrative solutions to pressing global problems in
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Learn About Passover
Passover is one of the most important religious festivals in the Jewish
calendar. In this 2:44 video clip the history and traditions of
Passover are explained. Moves very rapidly and needs some historical background to add needed depth to this brief overview.
Origins of Black History Month
In this video clip take a brief look at the History of African Americans and Black History Month. African American history dates back to the colonial era but was ignored by historians and the public until the 20th century. (3:01)
Patient Discusses Clinical Trial For Advanced Breast Cancer
By: mdanderson Seven years ago, Suzanne Hebert was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer that spread to her liver and bones. After four rounds of chemotherapy and decreasing response rates, she decided it was time for a change. That change came after advice from a friend, who also had advanced breast cancer, and was enrolled on a clinical trial at MD Anderson. The trial combined two drugs, everolimus, and a hormone therapy called arimidex. A different trial named BOLERO-2, or Breast Cancer
Cancer Research for Stage 1 Lung Cancer
By: mdanderson New cancer research for stage 1 lung cancer is being investigated at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. It’s led by Jack Roth, M.D., professor in the Department of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery. This clinical trial called STARS (Stereotactic Radiation Therapy Verses Surgery) compares a new type of radiation treatment with a traditional surgery approach. Roth describes this promising new treatment and explains how lung cancer patients may get involved.
Texas 4000 - Biking from Austin to Alaska to Fight Cancer
By: mdanderson Find out what motivates about 50 students from The University of Texas at Austin to pedal bicycles for 70 straight days, riding 4,500 miles from Austin to Anchorage, Alaska. Although each has personal reasons, they collectively ride to fight cancer. The Texas 4000 for Cancer organization has given more than $2.5 million for cancer research. In 2011, it endowed a Distinguished Professorship that provides perpetual funding for a researcher at MD Anderson. In October 2011, severa
Volunteer Makes a Difference for Pediatric Patients
By: mdanderson When Mary Belle Wooddy began volunteering at MD Anderson Children's Cancer Hospital, the five-year survival rate for children with cancer was less than 60%. Wooddy, who has volunteered in the pediatric playroom for 35 years, has seen that survival rate rise to 80% along with a lot of other changes at the hospital. For more information on MD Anderson Children's Cancer Hospital, visit http://bit.ly/opA4S