It's been over 125 years since the death of Joseph Merrick, 'The Elephant Man'. Now, using Merrick's skeleton, a team of experts has brought Joseph Merrick back to life.
Poisons in the natural world kill thousands of people every year. They attack the body, leading to a 'short- circuit'. Yet some poisons are now being used to improve the way people look.
HIV infection is no longer a disease confined to gay, white men. AIDS is now the leading cause of death for American women aged 25 to 34.
Find out about the astonishing progress in the battle against AIDS: a combination of powerful drugs and good sex education.
Co-hosted by Professor Robert Winston and Dr Tanya Byron, this interactive special invites you to take part in a range of experiments to test your memory and receive practical help on how to improve it.
Could you survive the crush of a massive avalanche? Or save yourself from the vicious sting of a jellyfish?
Supporting the Australian Curriculum
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