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▶ The Last Heart Attack by Dr Sanjay Gupta CNN - YouTube

Dr Sanjay Gupta interviews Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, the world's leader in heart disease prevention and reversal. The evidence is clear. Listen to the professi...
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Think a heart attack won't happen to you? This study says you might be wrong

Think a heart attack won't happen to you? This study says you might be wrong | Global Learning News & Adventures | Scoop.it
Australian experts find a big increase in patients having heart attacks but who have no risk factors such as high blood pressure, being obese or smoking.
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Living in: The world’s most eco-friendly cities

Living in: The world’s most eco-friendly cities | Global Learning News & Adventures | Scoop.it
According to the Siemens Green City Index, an ongoing project researched by the Economist Intelligence Unit, the world’s greenest cities score high marks in CO2 emissions, transportation options, water and waste management, and overall environmental governance.
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According to the Siemens Green City Index, an ongoing project researched by the Economist Intelligence Unit, the world’s greenest cities score high marks in CO2 emissions, transportation options, water and waste management, and overall environmental governance.
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The trip that transformed me: The teacher

The trip that transformed me: The teacher | Global Learning News & Adventures | Scoop.it
A Belgian woman who went to Indonesia to teach experienced serious culture shock – and learned valuable lessons as a result.
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I agree too ==> "I wish my parents had told me to travel, but they were so frightened. Now, I often hear people say ‘give your children roots and wings’. I totally agree with that.”
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Living in: The world’s most eco-friendly cities

Living in: The world’s most eco-friendly cities | Global Learning News & Adventures | Scoop.it
According to the Siemens Green City Index, an ongoing project researched by the Economist Intelligence Unit, the world’s greenest cities score high marks in CO2 emissions, transportation options, water and waste management, and overall environmental governance.
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According to the Siemens Green City Index, an ongoing project researched by the Economist Intelligence Unit, the world’s greenest cities score high marks in CO2 emissions, transportation options, water and waste management, and overall environmental governance.
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Obama to visit Hiroshima to promote nuke-free world

Obama to visit Hiroshima to promote nuke-free world | Global Learning News & Adventures | Scoop.it
Visit will highlight efforts to rid the world of nuclear weapons
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Bolero dances free from copyright

Bolero dances free from copyright | Global Learning News & Adventures | Scoop.it
Nearly nine decades of musical cashflow ended yesterday when Maurice Ravel’s Bolero, one of the most performed orchestral works, entered the public domain after enriching the owners o
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Cruise to Cuba leaves Miami on historic voyage

Cruise to Cuba leaves Miami on historic voyage | Global Learning News & Adventures | Scoop.it
The Fathom Adonia moved into Government Cut Sunday and then steered south toward Cuba to inaugurate the first cruise service between the United States and the island in more than a half century.
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Ecuador earthquake of 7.8 magnitude kills dozens - BBC News

Ecuador earthquake of 7.8 magnitude kills dozens - BBC News | Global Learning News & Adventures | Scoop.it
A huge earthquake hits northern Ecuador, killing at least 77 people, injuring hundreds and causing severe damage over a wide area.
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I’ve analyzed 500 TED Talks, and this is the one rule you should follow when you give a presentation

I’ve analyzed 500 TED Talks, and this is the one rule you should follow when you give a presentation | Global Learning News & Adventures | Scoop.it
TED talks that go viral are made up of:

65% personal stories
25% data, facts and figures
10% resume builders to reinforce speaker credibility
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This Swinging Bridge In Florida Will Make Your Stomach Drop

This Swinging Bridge In Florida Will Make Your Stomach Drop | Global Learning News & Adventures | Scoop.it
Have you been to Myakka River State Park and traveled the Canopy Walkway? What’s your favorite thing to do in Florida state parks? Please share with us in the comments!
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What to Do If You're Abroad During an Attack

What to Do If You're Abroad During an Attack | Global Learning News & Adventures | Scoop.it
Notify the U.S. Embassy of your whereabouts, status, and onward travel plans. Search for your nearest U.S. Embassy and their contact details on the official government website and register your future travels via the State Department’s Smart Traveler Enrollment Program, or STEP.

Use Facebook’s Safety Check feature to quickly inform your friends and family, via the social network, of your safety. Geolocation will pinpoint your proximity to a site of crisis, and your next visit to Facebook will prompt you to “mark yourself safe."
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2015 Report to the Nation: Scouts meet President Obama

2015 Report to the Nation: Scouts meet President Obama | Global Learning News & Adventures | Scoop.it
In Obama’s eight years in office, Tuesday marked the seventh time Scouts have met with him to present the Report to the Nation. The Oval Office presentation has been a tradition for a long time.
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DiCaprio wins first Oscar and calls for climate action

DiCaprio wins first Oscar and calls for climate action | Global Learning News & Adventures | Scoop.it
DiCaprio won the Best Actor Academy Award for his role in The Revenant and said: “Making ‘The Revenant’ was about the relationship between man and nature… Climate change is real. It’s happening right now.”
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5 Benefits Of Using Mobile Apps In Education - eLearning Industry

5 Benefits Of Using Mobile Apps In Education - eLearning Industry | Global Learning News & Adventures | Scoop.it
Want to know about the advantages of using Mobile Apps In Education? Check 5 benefits of using mobile applications in the education sector.

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This once-dark city is becoming the darling of Europe

This once-dark city is becoming the darling of Europe | Global Learning News & Adventures | Scoop.it
A transformed city stakes a claim as a growth hotspot for the continent — and big names like Google and Facebook are taking note.
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What is new in Poland? Let's explore cities such as Warsaw and Krakow. #ExploringPoland #DrJoseGlobal2016
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Germany had so much renewable energy on Sunday that it had to pay people to use electricity

Germany had so much renewable energy on Sunday that it had to pay people to use electricity | Global Learning News & Adventures | Scoop.it
On Sunday, May 8, Germany hit a new high in renewable energy generation. Thanks to a sunny and windy day, at one point around 1pm the country's solar, wind, hydro and biomass plants were supplying about 55 GW of the 63 GW being consumed, or 87%. Power prices actually went negative for several hours, meaning commercial customers wer
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Germany had so much renewable energy on Sunday that it had to pay people to use electricity
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Towards a Political Economy Framework for Wind Power

Towards a Political Economy Framework for Wind Power | Global Learning News & Adventures | Scoop.it
Working paper by MIT’s Davidson and Karplus for UN University explores challenges of introducing and scaling wind power within an electricity system, with focus on China.
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Graduate student Michael Davidson of the MIT Institute for Data, Systems, and Society and Professor Valerie Karplus of the MIT Sloan School of Management, along with Fredrich Kahrl of Energy and Environmental Economics Inc., have published a new working paper through UNU-WIDER on the obstacles to introducing and scaling wind power within an electricity system, focusing on China specifically. Karplus and Davidson are also affiliated with MITEI and MIT Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change.
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The world’s most polite country?

The world’s most polite country? | Global Learning News & Adventures | Scoop.it
This was one of our first experiences with omotenashi, which is often translated as “Japanese hospitality”. In practice, it combines exquisite politeness with a desire to maintain harmony and avoid conflict.
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Kindergarten in a forest! A lesson for all

Kindergarten in a forest! A lesson for all | Global Learning News & Adventures | Scoop.it
"Look deep into nature and you will understand everything better.” - Albert Einstein
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THE UNSAFE CHILD: Less Outdoor Play is Causing More Harm than Good

THE UNSAFE CHILD: Less Outdoor Play is Causing More Harm than Good | Global Learning News & Adventures | Scoop.it
The third grade classroom that was visiting our nature center for the day consisted of mostly boys--rowdy, loud and rambunctious boys. As we started out into the woods, the children spoke loudly to each other in anticipation of what was to come. After playing a quick game and explaining the ground r
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A child’s neurological system is naturally designed to seek out the sensory input it needs in order to develop into a strong and capable individual. For instance, if a child starts jumping off small rocks, that is because their brain is ready for this type of activity. If a child is spinning in circles just for fun, it is because he or she needs that sensory input. If they climb a tree effortlessly, it means they are capable of doing so.
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Periscope

Periscope lets you explore the world through the eyes of somebody else.
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We are broadcasting from Intl Conference on College Teaching and Learning. #icctl16
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Global Learning Adventures Polytechnic City of Innovation, Valencia, Spain

The Polytechnic City of Innovation is part of the Polytechnic University of Valencia. Our visit motivated us to learn more, explore more, and share more

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This is why Finland has the best schools

This is why Finland has the best schools | Global Learning News & Adventures | Scoop.it
Unlike in the United States, where many schools are slashing recess, schoolchildren in Finland have a mandatory 15-minute outdoor free-play break every hour of every day. Fresh air, nature and regular physical activity breaks are considered engines of learning. According to one Finnish maxim, "There is no bad weather. Only inadequate clothing."
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New Community: An Instagram Story

We live in a tech-saturated, disconnected world. But we wanted to show how Instagram contained a culture that was truly connecting on the platform. So a group of us journeyed from Chicago, through the Southwest and up the West Coast and only stayed with people we knew from Instagram – meeting them for the first time in real life. This is a story of the people we met and the stories they shared.
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‘Touchdown!’ Scott Kelly returns to Earth with a fist-pump and a cult following.

‘Touchdown!’ Scott Kelly returns to Earth with a fist-pump and a cult following. | Global Learning News & Adventures | Scoop.it
After 340 days, the astronaut's incredible, inspirational and occasionally moldy journey has come to an end. Kinda.
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