Dr David Eagleman explores how the brain relies on other brains to thrive and survive. This neural interdependence underpins our need to group together, and the ability to do the very best and the very worst of things to each other.
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.
Where do emotions come from? Why do they feel so different from thoughts? Is the answer in the biochemistry of the brain and all the hundreds of chemical neurotransmitters which bathe the nerves?
Explore allergies caused by things people breathe, eat and touch. Look at a dust mite up-close. Venture inside the nasal passages.
Kat shows us just what fat is, how we get it, and how to get rid of it. She offers us insight into the trials and triumph of a woman who once weighed 240 pounds; herself.
Kat Carney takes viewers on a tour down the digestive tract, a 24-foot long tube that's absolutely essential to life and witnesses a colonoscopy.
Supporting the Australian Curriculum
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