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Motherhood matters | Trish Morrison | TEDxSpeedwayPlaza

Motherhood matters | Trish Morrison | TEDxSpeedwayPlaza

Translator: Oksana Kim Reviewer: Chryssa Takahashi Okay, hi everybody. I’m really excited to be here and talk to you about motherhood. A lot of times I start my talks with asking, how many in here are mothers? How many are mothers? Raise your hands, keep…

What causes cavities? – Mel Rosenberg

What causes cavities? – Mel Rosenberg

When a team of archaeologists recently came across some 15,000 year-old human remains, they made an interesting discovery. The teeth of those ancient humans were riddled with holes. Their cavities were caused by the same thing that still plagues us today, specific tiny microbes that…

How do pregnancy tests work? – Tien Nguyen

How do pregnancy tests work? – Tien Nguyen

The earliest known pregnancy test dates back to 1350 BC in Ancient Egypt. According to the Egyptians, all you have to do is urinate on wheat and barley seeds, and wait. If either sprouts, congratulations, you’re pregnant! And if wheat sprouts faster, it’s a girl,…

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