I don’t believe that I’m a burden. I don’t believe that I’m an inconvenience. Society treats disabled people as though they are less than. Say the word. You know, I’m disabled. It’s ok. Nobody ever wants to focus on disability, because they think that it’s a bad thing. I don’t think that it’s a bad
(spooky music) (blood splattering) (woman screaming) (door bell rings) – [Snapchat Ghost] Trick or treat? – Oh happy Halloween Snapchat! Costume’s a little on the nose. – [Snapchat Ghost] I’m a ghost! – Yeah, you sure are. And I see Instagram’s here too. – [Instagram Ghost] I’m a ghost! – I can see that, yeah.
NARRATOR: In July 2008 Kenya Medical Research Institute, or KEMRI for short, continued testing children for malaria immunity in the highlands of Kenya. GIDEON KHASIANI: Because we are a population of about 326 and you will find that in a week before a week elapses you would get maybe about ten children, 15 children who
>>NARRATOR: As the criminal investigation was getting underway, the scientific investigation into the Legionnaires’ outbreak was also getting organized.>>We started meeting with the state regularly. And when we first started meeting with them, they were very collegial, and it was pretty much, “We will open the keys to anything if it can help understand this.”>>NARRATOR:
The tech revolution isn’t just about robots who love anal. It’s about slightly more. There’s a biotech revolution happening that’s bringing us closer to a future where disease is a thing of the past. Woman: Gene editing. That’s what they call it. And it uses something called the CRISPR system. They’re hoping that someday doctors
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There is a paucity of mental health services in the community. Are you worried? A little bit, yeah. There’s really no system that’s really looking out for them. We’re just leaving them to fend for themselves. Today, man, I am a better man. I am getting better. I just can’t think to myself that a
This is a milestone that could one day erase hereditary conditions.Just like you can change a single letter in a word document,now we can change single letters in the DNA.It’s called CRISPR.Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats.The new gene editing platform CRISPR is generating a lot of excitement.CRISPR…But this isn’t the first time scientists have
What’s it like to feel certain that you’re sick? Really, truly sick, and have doctors tell you it’s all in your mind? I woke up itching. I thought there was mites in my skin which is the creepiest feeling. When I first was looking at my sores I could see projections coming out of them.
[MADAGASCAR, AFRICA] [BEN SHAPIRO, VICE] In September of 2013, the Minister of Health issued an epidemic alert The villages where it originated are extremely isolated. In fact, the only way to get to these Northern villages is by helicopter, so that’s what we’re doing. We’re traveling 1,000 kilometers North of the capital to get some