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If stress is interfering with your wellbeing, then “Becoming a Resilient Person,” one of edX’s latest course offerings, is right up your alley.
Learn about the US health care system during a 13-week course taught by HarvardX.
You need not be a whiz in the field to understand this course. A basic understanding of high school-level biology or chemistry (or an obsession with CSI) will suffice.
“Hollywood had trouble telling the story and selling the story of marriage on film,” says Jeanine Basinger, author of I Do and I Don’t and the instructor of Marriage and the Movies: A History.
If you haven’t thought about America’s Legal System since your US History course in high school or that jury duty summons half a decade ago, then perhaps it’s time to refresh your memory on the many fascinating facets of our Federal Government.