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How Your Skin Works

How Your Skin Works

KidsHealth presents “How the Body Works,” with Chloe and the Nurb. [MUSIC PLAYING] [MUSIC PLAYING] Flashlight? Check. Rope? Check. Trail mix? Check. Picture of my mommy? Um, check. Now, will you tell me where we’re going with all this stuff? We’re going “Under the Surface of the Skin!” Skin, skin,

What Happens When You Stop Smoking?

What Happens When You Stop Smoking?

with over 7,000 chemicals released each time you light a cigarette it’s no surprise that smoking is one of the leading causes of preventable deaths worldwide but with 1.3 billion people actively smoking what actually happens when you stop smoking within the first 20 minutes of quitting your blood pressure

8 Things People Get Wrong About Animals

8 Things People Get Wrong About Animals

♪Intro♪ As kids, lots of us watched cartoons or read books with animals as the main characters. And even though we knew those stories weren’t real, because animals don’t really speak English or drop Acme safes on each other, they definitely spread some weird misconceptions about certain species. Hopefully a

Gastro the Snail –  Episode 4 (TV-MA)

Gastro the Snail – Episode 4 (TV-MA)

We did it, Gastro. We did.. we really did it. uhh, Gastro? Hello? Ahhhhh, ooh. Ooh Oh, what? What? Oh yeah, dumbass mosquitoes. Oh my, Gastro! I knew you would save us! You always doooo! We are just so lucky to have you around, aren’t we? Please, Mr. Mayor! There

Surviving the Race From Hell

Surviving the Race From Hell

– [Narrator] In 1904, St. Louis hosted an Olympic marathon for the ages. Overshadowed by the neighboring World’s Fair, the poorly-planned event was reduced to a lackluster sideshow primed for disaster. During a sweltering 90-degree day, the runners were thrust onto a hellish route that cut through car traffic, rocks,

Why A Doctor Removed His Own Appendix

Why A Doctor Removed His Own Appendix

When you’re a Russian physician at an Antarctic research station and develop appendicitis, the options you have are quite limited. Basically, you can either attempt to operate on yourself and possibly survive or do nothing and before long you’ll be dead. Dr. Leonid Rogozov chose the first option and got