Ours is a fish-land, We enjoy eating fish, ‘mola’, ‘dhela’, ‘chela’, ‘darkina’, Father buys small fish, we know, Give us small fish, mother, Ours is a fish-land! We need proper nutrition in childhood, We enjoy … Continue reading WorldFish TV SPOT on Small Fish and Nutrition
-Thanks for making the time for us. So, you are — You’re in this thing. You’re polling higher than some governors, some congressmen, senators. And a lot of people, I think it’s safe to say, … Continue reading Andrew Yang on Universal Basic Income and Measuring Our Economic Health
I do advise my students to be broad and open-minded in their thinking when it comes to careers. I mean basically what you want is somebody to have a great career and to be happy; … Continue reading Career advice from the “Edison of medicine” | MIT’s Robert Langer
Jacob: Welcome to Crash Course Economics, I’m Jacob Clifford… Adriene: …and I’m Adriene Hill. The world is full of inequality. There’s racial inequality, gender inequality, health, education, political inequality, and of course, economic inequality. Some … Continue reading Income and Wealth Inequality: Crash Course Economics #17
what is good health and how do we move toward a healthier future many Canadians believe that a good health care system is the ticket to health good health is more than just doctors drugs … Continue reading Making The Connections: Our City, Our Society, Our Health
The US federal government spends wellover six hundred billion dollars a year on welfare spread across more than ahundred and twenty different programs. When you add in spending at the stateand local level total welfare … Continue reading Freedom: Benefits of a Basic Income Guarantee vs. Welfare – Learn Liberty
education is associated with better health outcomes but trying to figure out whether it actually causes better health is tricky that's the topic of this week's healthcare triage people with at least some college education … Continue reading Does Better Education Mean Better Health?