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11 things you should know about common pain relievers. Once upon a time, easing pain was relatively simple: take two aspirin and call the doctor in the morning.

11 things you should know about common pain relievers

Now there are many pain relievers to choose from (see "Pain relievers at a glance"). Willow bark was one of the earliest painkillers. Extracts or teas of willow bark have been used to treat fever and pain for more than 2,000 years. Unfortunately, the active ingredient, salicylic acid, is very hard on the stomach. In 1897, a German chemist working for the Bayer Company found a way to modify salicylic acid so it was less irritating to the stomach. The two main categories of commonly used pain relievers are acetaminophen and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), which include aspirin and drugs known as COX-2 inhibitors. Picking the right one can be enough to give you a headache! 34 Under 34: The Rising Stars in Health. Some study that I used to know: What do you remember from high school? Author Note: This is the first YouTube video I've tried "flipping" into a TEDed lesson, as I work to learn how to make best use of the new TEDed platform for making videos into interactive lessons.

Some study that I used to know: What do you remember from high school?

I'd welcome encouragement, feedback and questions from others trying it out. ~~~An idea for an extension project:Goyte's song, "Somebody I used to Know" has been covered and parodied by several other artists. For example, Walk of the Earth, created their one-cut video showing the 5 band members playing the whole song on one guitar. Then Key of Awesome made a popular parody of WOTE's video.Songs are often more memorable than spoken language. Parodies can be a useful way of tying something new to something already familiar, making it more memorable. Social Media Changing Learning: Eduardo Briceno at TEDxManhattanBeach. The U.S. Is Failing in Infant Mortality, Starting at One Month Old. Many more babies die in the United States than you might think.

The U.S. Is Failing in Infant Mortality, Starting at One Month Old

In 2014, more than 23,000 infants died in their first year of life, or about six for every 1,000 born. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 25 other industrialized nations do better than the United States at keeping babies alive. This fact is hard for some to comprehend. Some try to argue that the disparity isn’t real. They assert that the United States counts very premature births as infants because we have better technology and work harder to save young lives. Even among those people who accept the statistic, most assume that high is because of poor prenatal care. Photo Infant mortality is not distributed equally in the United States. A number of other factors seem to play a role. The No. 1 cause of infant mortality among newborns is premature birth, which has traditionally been linked with inferior prenatal care. This study was different, however.

Correction: June 6, 2016. 22-year-old college student blows her $90,000 college fund and blames her parents. This story is being featured as part of our "Yahoo Best Stories of 2015" series.

22-year-old college student blows her $90,000 college fund and blames her parents

It was originally published in July 2015. Atlanta radio show “The Bert Show” had a guest on this week who has managed to incite the rage of just about every millennial in the state of Georgia (and beyond, the show is syndicated in 11 states). The woman, a 22-year-old college junior named Kim, who did not give her last name on air and was allowed to use a voice disguiser to even further shield her identity, came to the three hosts with a confession: in just short three years she had managed to blow through a $90,000 college fund left to her by her grandparents. Kim has one year left of school and no way to cover her remaining $20,000 tuition balance. Read more: 3 reasons money isn't making you happy The show’s hosts try to give Kim the benefit of the doubt. But what followed has to be one of the most painful interviews that has ever been aired on national radio.

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