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Listed under:  Science  >  Life  >  Animal structure and function  >  Body fluids  >  Blood
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Getting iron out of breakfast cereal

You probably know your body needs iron and that you can get it from the foods you eat. Join the Surfing Scientist team as they attempt to extract iron from a bowl of breakfast cereal. What method do you think they will use?

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Hot chips with cheese - a bad food choice?

Have you heard of trans fats and saturated fats and want to know what's wrong with them? Watch this clip to find out how they affect cholesterol levels in your blood. See what happens to the blood of a medical reporter after she indulges in fried chips with cheese!

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Criminologist

This brief video program conveys the wide types of evidence that can be collected at crime scenes and some basic information about the science behind these methods. It is an excellent example of how science is used in fighting crime.

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'RAAF Florence Nightingales: flying nurses', 1944-45 - asset 7

This is the seventh in a series of eight excerpts from a black-and-white newsreel produced by Cinesound titled 'RAAF Florence Nightingales: flying nurses'. The film clip was probably produced between 1944 and 1945, and contains narration and music, but no sound effects. The film clip shows a training exercise in the air ...

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How your body destroys invaders

This clip briefly describes how the immune system protects the body. View white blood cells in action combatting invading bacteria.