Health

Antibiotic Resistance

Antibiotic Resistance

Antibiotics constitute one of the most consequential medical advancements of the past century. We rely on them to battle infections and disease, and they're often the first line of defense in emergency rooms and physician offices across the globe. But what happens when...

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Music on the Brain

Music on the Brain

In an advanced age home in Australia, a substantial number of residents suffer from dementia, a merciless disease which robs them of their memories and their ability to perform even the most rudimentary of daily functions. Caregivers work desperately to connect with these...

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Here's to Flint

Here's to Flint

The water crisis that is currently gripping residents of Flint, Michigan is one of the most tragic predicaments of recent times. It is all the more tragic for being entirely preventable. The hot-off-the-press documentary Here's to Flint explores the events which lead to...

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Wi-Fried?

Wi-Fried?

Mobile technologies have shaped our way of life, but are they also discreetly killing us? That's the question raised by the new documentary short WI-FRIED?, a thought-provoking look at the secret dangers which may lurk in the midst of our globally connected society....

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Superhuman: World's Smallest People

Superhuman: World's Smallest People

For each of the captivating subjects in the breezily entertaining documentary Superhuman: World's Smallest People, the true measurement of a person is more than just inches and pounds. It's a formula built from equal parts determination, perseverance and the lessons learned from overcoming...

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Why Am I Still Fat?

Why Am I Still Fat?

Obesity continues to plague every corner of society, and has brought about a flurry of critical health issues never before witnessed in modern medicine. The Australian produced documentary Why Am I Still Fat? focuses on the science behind this epidemic. By understanding the...

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Superhuman: Giants

Superhuman: Giants

The subjects of the documentary Superhuman: Giants are literally three in a million. That's the average number of people in the world who classify as giants by standing over seven feet in height. Some regard them with awe-struck wonder while others may disrespectfully...

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Gluten: A Gut Feeling

Gluten: A Gut Feeling

The latest diet fad revolves around a term most of us were unaware even existed a few short years ago. Many dieters and health conscious eaters throughout the globe consider gluten a primary enemy in the battle of the bulge. But is all...

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Low Carb Diet: Fat or Fiction?

Low Carb Diet: Fat or Fiction?

The low carbohydrate diet has become nothing short of a phenomenon in recent years. Many members of the dieting public have lost substantial amounts of weight adhering to a low carb regimen, and they've been assured that their new eating choices have also...

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Digital Food

Digital Food

It is estimated that by the year 2050, the world population will reach nine billion. Digital Food asks how we will feed this future population, and what steps can be taken today to prepare for those sustenance needs. The filmmakers speak to authors,...

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Superhuman: Iceman

Superhuman: Iceman

At first glance Dutchman Wim Hof is an average, affable guy, yet he is capable of extraordinary acts. Known as the "Iceman" due to his ability to control his core body temperature in extreme conditions, Superhuman: Iceman follows Hof as he trains Vice...

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Stopping HIV: The Truvada Revolution

Stopping HIV: The Truvada Revolution

Since the onset of the AIDS pandemic in 1981, medical researchers from all over the world have been searching for a means to prevent and cure the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). This VICE documentary introduces viewers to Truvada, a medication that may be...

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