“It stalked into camp, when the day was damp and chilly and cold. It crept by the guards, and murdered my pards with a hand that was clammy and bony and bold. And its breath was icy and mouldy and dank And it killed so speedy, and gloatingly greedy That it took away men from
What’s up internet? [Hey guys] Dan and Phil here, and we have something very exciting to announce. We’re taking part in the stand up to cancer 1000 hours campaign where the internet is banding together to raise money for Cancer research. We recently released the official film of our live stage show The Amazing Tour
September 1918: Camp Devens, Massachusetts. The man on the autopsy table has turned blue. Dr. William H. Welch nods to proceed. His colleagues reach for the bone saw and begin to open the ribcage. The man’s lungs are heavy. Welch and his colleagues lean in as they’re opened. The lungs are so full of fluid
This housing commission, I’ve realised, is so empathetic towards each other. I love it. It seems like there’s such little judgement and frustration and anger towards each other, you know? We’re a genuine community, and we’re all so grateful to have housing stability. I think we’ve all been rescued from… you know, very difficult circumstances.
– [Narrator] Today cancer causes one in every seven deaths worldwide. But how does cancer start, and what is being done to combat it? Our bodies contain trillions of highly specialized cells and each carries genes responsible for regulating cell growth and division. But when a genetic change disrupts this process cells begin to grow
-We’ve been married 18 years, and we balance each other out. And it’s good for our kids, because they see two different ways of doing things — completely different ways of doing things. -She’s a real good mom. She sees what they need, she sees how to give it to them, and, also, she sees
NARRATOR: Theodore Morell was the Fuhrer’s trusted personal doctor for nine years. Hitler heaped praise and honors upon him. But there was one critical condition that Doctor Morell was late in diagnosing. A debilitating disease that mirrored the collapse of Hitler’s crumbling Reich. While the shattered remnants of SS and army units made their last
In 1918, a new and unusually deadly influenza virus swept the globe, in a pandemic that we are still studying today. Dr. Taubenberger: “The 1918 pandemic caused the global deaths of probably fifty, and maybe up to one hundred million people, making it the worst natural disaster in all of recorded human history.” But what