These videos evaluates several things based on: health, environmental wellness, and economic wellness. Products reviewed include: light pollution, phones, milk, Facebook, Big Macs and toilet paper. Note: this series was created by an insurance company.
This is a collection of engaging "missions" during which students read a story on a social network feed; the story might be entirely true, entirely false, or somewhere in between. Students click on different parts to see the clues and then decide how reliable the story is and how to respond. Each scenario is designed to be played in 15 minutes or less.
After a concert, you find it difficult to hear your friend rave about the show because of the ringing in your ears. But the next morning, the effect has mostly worn off. So what caused these symptoms? And can you go to concerts without damaging your ears?
Ethanol: this molecule, made of little more than a few carbon atoms, is responsible for drunkenness. So how exactly does it cause drunkenness, and why does it have dramatically different effects on different people?
It’s 4am, and the big test is in 8 hours. You’ve been studying for days, but you still don’t feel ready. Should you drink another cup of coffee and spend the next few hours cramming? Or should you go to sleep?
Yoga is a blend of physical and mental exercise is widely believed to have a unique set of health advantages. But is yoga actually beneficial to your health? Krishna Sudhir examines how this ancient tradition impacts the body and mind.