Viewers who were scanning cable news on Tuesday might have thought they’d stumbled onto a sort of bizarro coverage of professional wrestling. “I got elbowed in the back, and it kind of caught me off guard, ’cause it was a clean shot to the kidneys. And I turned back and…there was Kevin,” the tan-jacketed man, […]
As concussions plague football, are there lessons from earlier concerns about boxing?
This collection features over 20 films and lessons for the AP Psychology course. Aligned with the help of educators, many of the films may fit into more than one unit of the course. Unit 2: Biological Bases of Behavior The structures of human biological systems and their functions influence our behavior and mental processes. These […]
This collection features over 30 films and lessons for use in AP Human Geography, across nearly all units for the course. Unit 1: Thinking Geographically This first unit is about examining the essential ideas and skills used by geographers. Most of the resources in this section examine Human-Environmental Interaction. Tracking the Python Threat in the […]
A look at how a bias on body size affects care of heavier patients, something the medical community is beginning to recognize, and do something about.
Biased ideas about a link between body size and health have led many people to dismiss unexpected scientific findings.
For care in pregnancy and childbirth, Black parents are turning to a traditional practice.
Like cigarette manufacturers decades ago, e-cigarette makers have pitched their products as fun and safe. But nobody knows what the risks are.
‘Stay home if you’re sick’ is time-tested advice. But not all workers can afford it.
Politics, public health and a pandemic. What we didn’t learn from HIV.