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Dr. Nancy Snyderman, NBC News’ chief medical editor, discusses a new study in the American Journal of Hypertension saying that too little salt can be equally as dangerous as too much.
NBC’s Tom Costello answers a viewer question about how long the data on an airplane’s black box remains viable.
President Obama sends best wishes to everyone celebrating Nowruz. In his video message, the President speaks directly to the people and leaders of the Islamic Republic of Iran about the possibility for the first time in many years of a new chapter in the history of Iran and its role in the world – including a better relationship with the United States and the American people.
A satellite spotted two objects in the southern Indian Ocean that could be related to the disappearance of Flight 370, Australian authorities said Thursday in what they called “the best lead we have” in the search.
Rather Be by Clean Bandit is here, plus the worksheet to work on individually or in the classroom.
The keywords of the Oxford 3000 have been carefully chosen by a group of language experts and experienced teachers as the most important and useful words to learn in English.
These are the most common words in English, ranked in frequency order. The first 25 make up about a third of all printed material. The first 100 make up about half of all written material, and the first 300 make up about 65 percent of all written material. Is it any wonder that all students must learn to recognize these words instantly and to spell them correctly also?
Source: The Reading Teacher’s Book of Lists, Fourth Edition, © 2000 by Prentice Hall