MSU CHIP Promo
CHIP is designed to substantially lower high levels of blood pressure, blood sugar, cholesterol, heartburn, angina and to lessen depression. MIssouri State has had excellent outcomes with this program with participants reducing their total cholesterol by as much as 21%, reduction in triglycerides levels by as much as 39%, weight loss of up to 15 pounds and reduction in blood pressure by 30 points.
Met Eireann - Quiz
Do you know anything about the weather?
Obama describes "shared sacrifice"
Aug. 17 - "I don't want a tax break - as lucky as I've been - if that tax break means a senior citizen is going to have to pay an extra $6000 for their medicare. That's not fair," said Obama during a Town Hall meeting in Illinois. The president went on to describe his budgeting tactic when "things were a little tight" while starting a family. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Breakingviews: Beijing holding all the cards in Hong Kong
Aug. 18 - The scale of the reception for China's vice-premier Li Keqiang by Hong Kong's leaders shows Beijing is now calling the shots both economically and politically, says Breakingviews' John Foley.
Scientists find ancient mountains that fed early life
Scientists have found evidence for a huge mountain range that sustained an explosion of life on Earth 600 million years ago. The mountain range was similar in scale to the Himalayas and spanned at least 2,500 kilometres of modern west Africa and northeast Brazil, which at that time were part of the supercontinent Gondwana. “Just like the Himalayas, this range was eroded intensely because it was so huge. As the sediments washed into the oceans they provided the perfect nutrients for life to f
This course is a survey of American History from the Age of Exploration and Discovery to the present. The material is designed to cover 2 semesters and content covers discovery and settlement of the New World, the formation of the nation, nationalism and expansion, Jeffersonian Republicanism, the Age of Jackson, the Civil War, Reconstruction, westward expansion, the Gilded Age, rise of unions, the Progressive Age, World War I, the Roaring Twenties, the Great Depression, World War II, the Cold Wa
AP Physics B
This content is assembled from UC-approved college prep courses and is designed to acquaint students with topics in Newtonian mechanics, including: kinematics, laws of motion, work and energy, systems of particles, momentum, circular motion, oscillations, and gravitation. The course covers two semesters. The first semester includes fluid mechanics, thermal physics, and kinetic theory. The second semester discusses electricity and magnetism, waves and optics, and atomic and nuclear physics. The c
Learn about Canadian Thanksgiving
This video is about Canadian Thanksgiving, which is celebrated on the second Monday of October. Canadian Thanksgiving gives thanks for a successful harvest and is the essence of this 1:13 video. It reviews why it is celebrated later than the American Thanksgiving and provides some insights into Canadian history.
Analyzing Data - Numerical
Estonians dance away the miles
Aug. 24 - Thousands of Estonian folk dance enthusiasts take part in a non-stop dance relay, covering all Estonia's counties to mark 20th anniversary of the country's independence. Elly Park reports.
Karachi tightens security
Aug.20 - Security personnel patrol the streets in Karachi after further bloodshed. Paul Chapman reports.
Simultaneous Equations Concepts -- Substitution
This module introduces the concept of substitution to solve simultaneous equations.
If Rocks Could Talk
This fun Web article is part of OLogy, where kids can collect virtual trading cards and create projects with them. Here, they meet an Earth scientist at the AMNH, who explains the differences between the three rock groups (igneous, sedimentary, metamorphic) and introduces students to six rocks in the museum's collection.
The Protection Connection
Learn to protect yourself online with privacy settings and good online practices is the message of this one minute video. The video moves rapidly so a review of the material would add depth to this brief lesson.
Assad to speak as protests continue
Aug 21 - Protesters take to the streets in cities across Syria, as state media reports President Bashar al-Assad will address the country on TV. Lily Grimes reports.
Hospitals under pressure near Tripoli
Aug 21 - As the front line moves closer to the Libyan capital, field hospitals are short of resources and the government blames the West for the casualties. Lily Grimes reports.
Gaddafi seeks talks, calls for ceasefire
Aug. 21 - Muammar Gaddafi's government is ready for immediate negotiations with rebels seeking to oust him. Rough Cut (No reporter narration)
UNSW 3 Minute Thesis 2014: Developing a biosensor for cancer
UNSW 3 Minute Thesis 2014 finalist Swahnnya De Almeida is researching the development of a highly sensitive biosensor for cancer markers in the blood - similar to the blood glucose meter used by diabetics. This technology could provide a fast and inexpensive method of early diagnosis and monitoring of cancer. The UNSW 3 Minute Thesis 2014 interfaculty final is open to the public and will be held on 18 September. For more details and to register visit the UNSW Research website: https://resear
Wall St. roars as Irene toll whimpers
Aug. 29 - Stocks rallied as damage forecasts from Hurricane Irene were smaller than expected and a tie-up between two Greek banks met with investor approval on both sides of the Atlantic. Conway G. Gittens reports.
Making Lists and Using Commas
This Sesame Street video titled "I Can Remember" is about a girl whose mother sends her to the store for a loaf of bread, a container of milk, and a stick of butter. (01:13)