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Taylor & Francis Online :: Engagement with language: interrogating a construct - Language Awareness - Volume 18, Issue 3-4

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language awareness theory and possible research focus

Mankind: The Story of all of us

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Very informative!

10 Reasons Why We Don't Need GMO Food

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Physiological basis

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Basis for neurorehabilitation

Txtng is Killing Language

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Probiotic Yogurts: Gems Amongst the Supermarket Brands?

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I found the section in Chapter 2 regarding Probiotics very interesting. It stated that probiotics were in yogurt so I was curious if there was any in Greek yogurt or more or less. What I found wa...

OpenCulture

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"Get 1000 free online courses from the world’s leading universities — Stanford, Yale, MIT, Harvard, Berkeley, Oxford and more. You can download these audio & video courses (often from iTunes, YouT...

▶ Top Documentary Films: Underwater Cities - The Future - YouTube

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A documentary about living underwater, the problems, the perils and the possibilities.

Opus III - Its A Fine Day (Club Mix) - YouTube

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Non heme Iron

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Non-heme irons found in plants. They are less absorbable unless we pair them with food are rich in vitamin C. I am a vegetarian myself so I found this article is helpful.

Who is Really at Fault?

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This article explains how schools need to stop teaching about "how not to get raped" when they should really teach "do not rape". I find this interesting because I've never really thought of it thi...

Who is Really at Fault?

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This article explains how schools need to stop teaching about "how not to get raped" when they should really teach "do not rape". I find this interesting because I've never really thought of it thi...

Who is Really at Fault?

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This article explains how schools need to stop teaching about "how not to get raped" when they should really teach "do not rape". I find this interesting because I've never really thought of it thi...

Who is Really at Fault?

Item added by Emmalee Nold

This article explains how schools need to stop teaching about "how not to get raped" when they should really teach "do not rape". I find this interesting because I've never really thought of it thi...

Who is Really at Fault?

Item added by Emmalee Nold

This article explains how schools need to stop teaching about "how not to get raped" when they should really teach "do not rape". I find this interesting because I've never really thought of it thi...

Who is Really at Fault?

Item added by Emmalee Nold

This article explains how schools need to stop teaching about "how not to get raped" when they should really teach "do not rape". I find this interesting because I've never really thought of it thi...

Who is Really at Fault?

Item added by Emmalee Nold

This article explains how schools need to stop teaching about "how not to get raped" when they should really teach "do not rape". I find this interesting because I've never really thought of it thi...

Human Locomotion

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This is a great video that goes beyond the basics of locomotion. This video talks about the anatomy and physiology regarding human movement. Great resource to go to if needed a visualization of the...

Mental toughness: Nature vs. Nurture?

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Having a strong psychological foundation will allow athletes to achieve the greatest execution of a skill can during a performance. When the competition level of an individual increases the pressur...

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volunteer oppurtunities

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volunteer oppurtunities

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Socrata API introduction

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How the SODA Application Programming Interface (API) works. A technically detailed look for folks who already know about API's.

Just Health Action

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Empowering People to Promote Health Equity

Intentional Talk

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Book preview

Cardiovascular System and Exercise

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Changes that occur during or after exercise to the cardiovascular system.

Gender-Neautral Toys

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This article had to do with children's toys and their effects, which is what we covered this week. This article was really interesting because it touched on the ide of gender-specific toys--and eve...

What children think, feel and know about throwing overhand.

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This study was conducted to see how children taught different ways to throw, felt about their experience. Also what they liked and disliked about how they were taught, and how important they though...

Human Locomotion

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This is a great video that goes beyond the basics of locomotion. This video talks about the anatomy and physiology regarding human movement. Great resource to go to if needed a visualization of the...

5 Principles of Strength Training

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Principles of Motion and Stability

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The article about Newton's Laws of Motion and how they pertain to figure skating helps put some of the concepts into a real life example and better exemplifies the influence they have on movement. ...

Muscle fibers

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This video is about muscle fibers types I and II and what they are used for. This is relative to what we talked about in class this week and helpful to remember them.

Human Growth Hormone Proven to Improve Athletic Performance

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This article describes a study that was done that proved that HGH, or Human Growth Hormone, improves your athletic performance. Human Growth Hormone promotes growth of the bones and other tissues i...

Primitive Motor Reflexes & Their Impact on a Child's Function

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This blog talks about early development and motor reflexes. The picture used to represent this serves as an useful tool for recognizing the various reflexes. (Ch. 6: Early Motor Development)

ACL Reconstruction

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Over this past week, I have been observing at a physical therapy clinic and have happened to see a lot of ACL injuries in young teenagers. Seeing so many of these injuries in the patients, I decide...

What the Research Says: Gender-Typed Toys

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This article talks a lot about gender typing, but most importantly how certain gender typed toys can affect there gender identification in the long run towards youngsters. This topic also fits perf...

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An article about green house gasses from the EIA, the governmental agency referenced in the Gaiam article posted. I wanted to compare the two agencies data. I feel that the two government agencies ...

Week 2: The Six Dimensions of Wellness

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Between Poverty and Leisure

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Reminds me of The Glass Castle, very short editorial.

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Health Screening

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This article relates to what we learned in our readings, because it tells us why health screening is important and at what times they are most appropriate to get done.

how basketball relates to nerwtons law

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In class today we talked about newtons law which basically states that if you are moving your momentum carries you and if you are stopped its hard to get going which relates to basketball because i...

VO2 Max

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Describes in detail what Vo2 max is as well as how what anaerobic threshold is and how it relates to fitness. He goes over what is physically going on when a person reaches there endurance max.

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I found This Article while searching through the New York Times website. I looked at Shelley Podolny's Linked In and Facebook. She has background in communications from being a Marketing and Com...

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