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The Biology of Stress and how to Cope with it in your Family

KAITLIN HENNESSY: Hello, everyone, and welcome to The Biology of Stress and How to Cope with It in Your Family. My name is Kaitlin Hennessy, and I am the Program Coordinator at Global Connections. And here at Global Connections, our goal is to provide engaging extra curricular and co-curricular activities for online students, no matter […]

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Part 4: A biological caregiver’s perspective | Caregiving Across the Continuum

Made possible through support from The Arc of Aurora, PASCO– Personal Assistance Services of Colorado, and Developmental Pathways. THINK+change TALKS. Nearly 40 million caregivers in the US provide care to adults with a disability or illness. Caregiving Across the Continuum– a series of different perspectives. [MUSIC PLAYING] A biological caregiver’s perspective. Yeah. Yes. Yes. They […]

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A genome hacker’s experience with the privacy of shared data | Yaniv Erlich | TEDxDanubia

Translator: Ivana Korom Reviewer: Krystian Aparta Hacking is the art of breaking security mechanisms. When I was an undergraduate student I worked as a hacker in a computer security firm. We used to be hired by banks and credit card services to conduct penetration tests, to try to find critical gaps in the security of […]

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Meeting my Biological Parents – “aka DAN” KOREAN ADOPTEE DOC Pt. 2

Hurry up, Dan. My teeth are very important part of my day. Your teeth are all messed up anyway. Shut your mouth! So Day 1 in Korea, almost lost my phone, almost lost my passport, found both of them, that’s where the drama is. And then…got to the hotel, checked into the hotel, got ready, […]

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