Diabetes Basics: Create Your Plate
Learn how to create your plate, so you can eat a well-balanced meal and stay healthy. (01:32)
What is Type 2 Diabetes?
This is an easy-to-understand, two-minute video clip that explains Type 2 Diabetes.
What is Type 1 Diabetes?
This is an understandable two-minute, computer-animated video about Type 1 Diabetes.
Diabetes Basics: What Is Diabetes?
Learn and know the difference between Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, as well as what happens to the body when you have diabetes.
Inventions - the microscope
This very short video explains the significance of Galileo microscope.
Greeks invented the world's first mechanical clock, cuckoo clock, calendar, hydraulics
A Greek (Ctesibius) invented the world's first mechanical clock, cuckoo clock, calendar, hydraulics, adjastable mirrors. This five minute video reveals insights into this man's ideas. It is excellent and shows students that observation can yield great ideas.
Where are YOUR germs?
It's no secret. Everyone has germs. But certain body parts harbor more bacteria than others. A new study finds your palms, feet, and forearms are the places on your body where germs mingle most. (01:03)
The California Gold Rush
This 3:22 long video depicts a brief history of the California Gold Rush from 1848-1853. This was a student created effort. Centers on how the gold was mined.
The Great Depression
This student made video provides some background to this event. It uses original footage and photos as the students act as narrators. There is no attempt at economic insight. Basically a four minute overview.
John F. Kennedy Assassination Original footage
A video of the assassination of John F. Kennedy, the thirty-fifth President of the United States, that took place on Friday, November 22, 1963, in Dallas, Texas. This is a copy of the famous film.
Philippines flood woes worsen
Oct.2 - The Philippines' second typhoon inside a week worsens flooding in areas already struggling to cope with the first major storm. Paul Chapman reports.
Libyan forces fire Howitzers towards Sirte
Oct 2. - Fighters loyal to Libya's interim government fire Howitzers towards pro-Gaddafi targets in Sirte. Rough Cut. (No reporter narration)
Chemistry Lecture- Amway
Kevin Eggebeen, Opal Lambert and Jeff Halim from Amway explain what they do at their jobs.
Wall Street protests spread to Washington
Oct. 6 - Thousands of social justice activists gather in Washington to continue the protests against U.S. economic inequality that began in New York. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Day Ahead: U.S. nonfarm payrolls seen rising modestly-poll
Oct. 6 - September's stronger-than-expected ADP private payrolls report has some economists revising their non-farm payrolls estimates upward, according to Reuters Economics Editor Stella Dawson.
Europe's gloom outweighs US data
Oct - 3 - Summary of business headlines: Wall Street tumbles as concerns about Europe's debt crisis outweigh an improving U.S. economic picture, AMR plunges 41% on bankruptcy fears, Automakers report better than expected Sept. sales; Crude falls and gold rises. Carmen Roberts reports.
Italian court frees Knox
Oct. 3 - After four years in prison, Amanda Knox leaves an Italian prison a free person after a jury overturns the murder conviction in her appeals trial. Sarah Irwin reports.
Cardiologist: Murray hid vital information
Oct. 3 - The cardiologist present at the hospital where Michael Jackson died testifies that Dr. Conrad Murray withheld vital information regarding the late pop star's drug intake. Bob Mezan reports.
Knox family: Thankful "nightmare" over
Oct. 3 - Speaking to reporters, Amanda Knox's sister Deanna thanks an Itailan court for having the "courage" to overturn Amanda's murder conviction. Rough cut (No reporter narration).
iPhone 5: What to expect
Peter Lauria talks about Apple's release of the iPhone5 and gives some cues on what to expect.