Emotions and calls
Birds use different calls to understand each other. Birds can give distress calls and other calls to let other birds know how they feel. Similarly, humans can detect how other humans feel by the tone of voice they use. They can use their hearing abilities to assess the emotions and moods of others.
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Effects of smoking on humans
Tobacco contains nicotine, an addictive substance. Tobacco is the main substance in cigarettes. There are thousands of harmful chemicals in cigarettes. Second-hand smoke, where smoke from a burning cigarette is inhaled by someone who is not smoking, is just as bad as smoking a cigarette. Tobacco use of any kind can cause cancer and adversely affect the human body.
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Dead fish in a pond
These fish died because of excessive pollution in the lake. The pollution is the result of runoff and chemical pollution dumped directly into the water. Acid rain can also cause fish and other organisms to die is small bodies of water because it raises water temperatures and makes the water more acidic.
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Colonoscopy (Spanish)
This patient education program explains the advantages and risks of colonoscopy. It also reviews the anatomy of the colon, diseases of the colon, and what this procedure involves. This is a MedlinePlus Interactive Health Tutorial from the National Library of Medicine, designed and developed by the Patient Education Institute.
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GLS 2011 Panel 2: How do you set the scene for innovation?
How do you set the scene for innovation? Antonio Horta-Osorio, Philip Rutnam, Michael Hayman, Philip Cullimore and Phanish Puranam discuss their thoughts on this question at the Global Leadership Summit 2011

Aerial view of Claremont
Claremont and Pomona College from the southeast. Southern Pacific Railroad station is visible in the lower left quadrant. Pomona College is visible in upper left.
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Do you take your work on holiday with you?
You interpret data from statistics indicating how many people are busy with their work when they go on holiday. In the first exercise you learn to replace percentages by corresponding descriptions, so that you can incorporate the data into a text that is easy to read. At the end of the assignment you incorporate all the data into an article for the staff newsletter.
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The price of war in Libya
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