Growing Up White & Working Class | Britain’s Forgotten Men

Growing Up White & Working Class | Britain’s Forgotten Men

You can call us feral. You can call us chavs. You can call us pikeys. You can call us hoodies. What is going on? 25p. We’re the sixth richest nation in the world, yet our social security, our state is a load of crap. No-one’s happy round here. ENGINE REVS That should do fine. How …

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#07 Biochemistry Protein Characterization Lecture for Kevin Ahern’s BB 450/550

#07 Biochemistry Protein Characterization Lecture for Kevin Ahern’s BB 450/550

Another Monday beckons, another week beckons. One day closer to an exam. Student: Whoo! Kevin Ahern: Yay, huh? One day closer to your opportunity to show me how much you know. That’s good. I hope you had a good weekend. Student: Fantastic. Kevin Ahern: Fantastic? Student: We won. Kevin Ahern: Are we talking about football …

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Study Nutrition at Curtin University

Study Nutrition at Curtin University

When I was choosing a career path I thought about what I’m good at and what I’m passionate about. I’ve always been interested in health and wellbeing, so I knew that I wanted to work in public health. What led me to choose nutrition is that I found a lot of nutrition information out there …

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Reading Nutrition Facts Labels

Reading Nutrition Facts Labels

[MUSIC] Many people are confused by the nutrition labels they see on packaged foods in the supermarket. Before we talk about some simple tips for reading those labels, it’s important to remember that some of the healthiest foods in the store, like fresh fruits and vegetables, or a filet of fish. These foods don’t need …

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#05 Biochemistry Protein Tertiary/Quaternary Structure Lecture for Kevin Ahern’s BB 450/550

#05 Biochemistry Protein Tertiary/Quaternary Structure Lecture for Kevin Ahern’s BB 450/550

Kevin Kevin Ahern: Maybe not. Hold on. Ah, now let’s get started. How’s that? Too many cords. I vote for cordless. How’s everybody doing today? “Good, professor, that’s very good.” Male Student: Well caffeinated. Kevin Ahern: Well caffeinated! Then learning shall happen, right? Okay, so, today I’m going to finish talking about protein structure. I’ve …

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#04 Biochemistry Protein Primary/Secondary Structure Lecture for Kevin Ahern’s BB 450/550

#04 Biochemistry Protein Primary/Secondary Structure Lecture for Kevin Ahern’s BB 450/550

Kevin Ahern: … have a good weekend? Anybody remember it? Or did it just go [makes swooshing noise] and it was gone, right? You wake up and all of a sudden the weekend’s gone. I can’t quite get the volume what I want. Can you hear me up there okay? Okay. I have been pleased. …

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Fundamentals of Nutrients and the History of Nutrition

[MUSIC] In order to survive, the human organism needs to take in oxygen, water, and food. We can survive only about three minutes without air, three days without water, and three weeks without food. Because food is so important to our survival, it’s been studied extensively. And since 1827 when a British physician by the …

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Theodore Dalrymple: Is Society Broken?

Theodore Dalrymple: Is Society Broken?

[ Applause ]>>Well, thank you, Ann, very much, for the kind introduction. First, ladies and gentlemen, I should like to thank the Centre for Independent Studies, and especially Greg Lindsay for having invited me to Australia. It’s always a great pleasure to come to Sydney. Then whenever I do so, I always come to lament …

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Plant & Animal Proteins – the Building Blocks of the Body

Plant & Animal Proteins – the Building Blocks of the Body

Protein-rich foods, including animal and plant-based proteins can also vary enormously in their quality and their implications for our long-term health. Proteins are often said to act as building blocks for the lean tissues in our bodies. But they serve many other important functions in body regulation, supportive immune function and a variety of other …

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#06 Biochemistry Protein Purification Lecture for Kevin Ahern’s BB 450/550

#06 Biochemistry Protein Purification Lecture for Kevin Ahern’s BB 450/550

Captioning provided by Disability Access Services at Oregon State University. Kevin Ahern: So we’re moving along nicely with the schedule. And though we don’t have to stay on it exactly, we’ve been on it pretty good. I’ve been pleased with the interactions and also pleased with the questions I’m getting, both in class and out …

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