Examine the history of post-traumatic stress disorder, from World War I to the present day.
Dr Derek Muller takes us on an epic journey, a world-spanning investigation of vitamin science and history from molecules to marketing, from colds to chemotherapy. What he uncovers will confound opinions on all sides of the debate over vitamins and dietary supplements.
Raffy is bullied further as a result of her post-traumatic epilepsy diagnosis.
A shortage in ambulances. Long wait times for patients. A horrific motor vehicle accident. Brain injury. A house fire. Suspected domestic violence. All this in the 'day in the life' of a paramedic.
Sandro submits to a humiliating stress test, Caroline discovers how school students can manage their moods, and Shalin explores the science of comfort food.
Following Raffy's diagnosis of post-traumatic epilepsy, a live stream video she was making about her condition gets trolled by cyber bullies from Summer Bay High School.
In this compelling documentary, we follow a family who know only too well the highs and lows and the public embarrassment that is part and parcel of being different from the norm. Led by one child in the family who is coming of age, we see the impact of the family's lifestyle and the public's reaction to it.
Our health, body shape, mood and even our evolution are determined by the unseen life forms that swarm throughout our bodies. This program looks at the battleground within our bodies and the remarkable new science that is changing our views about health and disease. We take our audience on a safari full of surprises to discover the role that microbes and worms play in our everyday life and the way they've shaped us throughout our evolution. As the series concludes, we realise that the key to our existence is in maintaining the delicate balance between ourselves and all the other species that we've evolved with - both inside and out. We will never again look at our bodies in the same way.
There is an unexplored planet in the Solar System. A strange world of bizarre creatures locked in a fight for survival. This planet is the human body and it's teeming with unknown ecosystems. Our bodies are home to a trillion cells that are not us - but are very much the making of us. Bugs cling to our skin and grasp onto our hair. They live inside our gut, in our blood and even in our brain. They determine our health, body shape, mood and even our behaviour. We are super-organisms, part of an interconnected web of life. This hidden world is brought to life through fascinating personal accounts, breakthroughs in scientific insights and by the use of the latest imaging technologies.
While most people are enjoying a lazy weekend morning, NSW Ambulance gears up to care for the 5 million people in Sydney. As the calls come in, all sense of quiet turns to chaos.
This program delves beyond the blue flashing lights to the heart and soul of the people devoted to helping others on the worst day of their lives.
The team uncover alarming evidence that drinking alcohol can lead to cancer. But can the damage be reversed? Shalin quits booze for a month with surprising results, and Sandro road-tests confronting warning labels.
Filmed over two years and across three continents, this film follows Ronni Kahn's crusade against the global food waste scandal.
This deeply moving one-hour documentary goes behind the scenes of the Invictus Games Sydney 2018 to follow the formation of the Australian wheelchair rugby team as they struggle to reclaim their lives, on and off the court.
Tim Ferguson's diagnosis of multiple sclerosis prompted the Doug Anthony All Stars to break up. Thirty years later, it has also given the comedy superstars the impetus to reform.
Is growing old and frail inevitable? Sandro discovers how to stay younger for longer, Shalin shows fun ways to stave off dementia, and Caroline breaks down menopause myths by throwing an unusual party.
Fungi is also used to create antibiotics. An antibiotic is a type of antimicrobial substance active against bacteria and is the most important type of antibacterial agent for fighting bacterial infections.
Yeasts consist of one cell, and belong to the taxonomic group called fungi, which also contains moulds. There are many species of yeasts. The most common yeast known is Saccharomyces cerevisiae, which is used in the baking- and brewing industry.
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