Autism Symptoms & Treatments : Diagnosing Autism
Video is presented by Dr. David Hill. There are some tests that a doctor can do, a nine month old who doesn’t know his name or doesn’t understand the word “no.” The most diagnosis of autism happens in the second year of life, often at 15 – 24 months, the test is known as the MCHAT. The pediatrician should be doing some testing at the wellness exams. If initial exams raise some concern, then the child will need to see a psychologi
Help, I’m being recorded
Sofia Dopper (OC Focus) and Ruud van Zijl (MMS) made a publication about getting recorded for lecturers.The publication can be found in dutch and english here: url: http://ocw.tudelft.nl/ocw/about-opencourseware/publish-your-opencourseware/manuals/ The publication contains practical and didactic advice for TU Delft lecturers whose lecture is being recorded on video (collegerama). The lecturer will get answers on most questions [...]
China's bamboo ceiling
Sept. 24 - Many women have been successful at the top of China's business ladder, but they are largely absent when it comes to politics - and an upcoming leadership transition looks unlikely to change that.
Dr. Christian Marois - "Celebrating 400 years of the telescope..."
"Celebrating 400 years of the telescope with the first image of another Solar System" Dr. Christian Marois - NRC, Herzberg Institute of Astrophysics Are there Earth-like planets orbiting other stars? Is there life elsewhere in the Universe? Humanity has been waiting for more than 2,000 years for an answer to these questions. With his invention, the telescope, Galileo Galilei saw for the first time another "mini" planetary system -- it was Jupiter and its moons. After 400 years of technological
Alphablocks--"Yy" as a Vowel
In this Alphablocks video, "Yy" sings about wanting to be a vowel sound. The vowels and "Yy" find out that a y is needed sometimes to make a vowel's name as in try and shy. This is a great resource to introduce and/or review vowels and the tricky "Yy" sound. (3:00)
Breakingviews: Banks should learn to say 'Just Go'
Sept. 24 - If your bonus payment doesn't add up to your expectations don't complain 'Just Go' suggests Reuters Breakingviews Editor Hugo Dixon.
Reuters Today: Euro zone's €2 trillion lifeline
Sept. 24 - Germany confirms talks are under way to beef up the euro zone's €500 bln permanent rescue fund lending capacity to €2 trillion. Plus, BAE/EADS, China-Japan tensions, the Emmy's, and John Terry.
U.S. Morning Call: Germany woes send EU shares, U.S. futures down
Sep 24 - German business sentiment dropped for a fifth straight month in September to its lowest level since early 2010, raising fears of recession.
Market Pulse: Ifo, German ESM view tests "teflon" euro
Sept. 24 - A look at how the euro starts the last week of Q3 - Germany's Ifo, Berlin's latest on the ESM, market positioning, corporate hedging and technicals.
Wealth Strategies: Markets betting worst is over in Europe
Sep 24 - In a first look at fund performance for Q3, Lipper's Tom Roseen finds precious metals and European funds were among the top performers last quarter.
Breakingviews: Apple's mixed weekend
Sept 24 - Rob Cox and Breakingviews columnists discuss the 5 million-plus sales of the iPhone 5 and the brawl that closed a supplier's factory in China.
Euro Crisis Watch: Spain to seek bailout-lite, says HSBC
Sept. 24 - Spain will likely ask for aid sooner rather than later but it will be a lite version says HSBC's Global Chief of Fixed Income Research Steven Major.
Trading at Noon: iPhone 5 sells out; concerns over supply
Sep 24 - iPhone 5 sales were solid over the weekend but analysts are concerned that Apple is unable to produce the new smartphone fast enough to meet demand.
U.S. Day Ahead: Who's got Mail? Yahoo employees evidently...
Sep 24 - Yahoo's new CEO Marissa Mayer due to meet with employees tomorrow to share her plans for the future, and President Obama gears up to address the UN General Assembly.
Hi-tech blanket to keep patients well covered
Sept. 23 - A blanket made of conductive fabrics and featuring more than 100 sensors linked to a computer could offer a more comfortable hospital experience for future patients, according to its Toronto-based creators. Ben Gruber reports.
23.09.2012 – Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten
Trainiere dein Hörverstehen mit den Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Sonntag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei. *** Der pakistanische Eisenbahnminister Ghulam Ahmad Bilour hat 100.000 Dollar Kopfgeld auf den Produzenten des in den USA produzierten Mohammed-Schmähvideos ausgesetzt. Nach Medienberichten des Landes will Bilour demjenigen das Geld geben, der den Video-Macher umbringt. Es gebe keinen anderen Weg, "Gotteslästerern" Furcht einzuflößen, wird der Mini
The '10s Chair: Jeff Hoffman Co-Chair: Julie Shah Panelists: Roedolph Opperman, Alex Stimpson, Jaime Mateus, Thaddeus Fulford-Jones, Victor Wang
Chair: Jeff Hoffman
Co-Chair: Julie Shah
Panelists: Roedolph Opperman, Alex Stimpson, Jaime Mateus, Thaddeus Fulford-Jones, Victor Wang
Lesson 02 - One Minute Luxembourgish
In lesson 02 of One Minute Luxembourgish you will learn a few more useful words in Luxembourgish which you'll use every day. Remember - even a few phrases of a language can help you make friends and enjoy travel more. Find out more about One Minute Languages at our website - http://www.oneminutelanguages.com. One Minute Luxembourgish is brought to you by the Radio Lingua Network and is ©Copyright 2008.
Lloyd's of London Chairman bearish on euro project
Sept. 26 - As Lloyd's of London swings back into profit, chairman John Nelson shares his thoughts on the likelihood of a eurozone break-up and his frustration with delays in Solvency II.
U.S. Morning Call: Euro zone worries spark share selloff
Sept 26 - Shares are falling around the world today and the euro hit a two-week low as popular opposition to austerity in the euro zone unnerved investors already worried about a weak global growth outlook.