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Sunken Ship Rescue Preview

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NOVA
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A team of 500 engineers and divers struggle to raise the Costa Concordia cruise ship. Airing January 21, 2015 at 9 pm on PBS Continue


Antibiotics on the Farm

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FRONTLINE
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In this excerpt from FRONTLINE’s "The Trouble with Antibiotics," premiering Tues., Oct. 14 on PBS, FRONTLINE correspondent David E. Hoffman asks FDA commissioner Margaret Hamburg why—after decades of antibiotic use on the farm—there is so little data on how many antibiotics are being used there, and for what purpose. Visit pbs.org/frontline for more information. Continue


Surviving Ebola

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NOVA
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As the epidemic threatens to spiral out of control, scientists race to find a cure. Airing October 8, 2014 at 10 pm on PBS Continue


Lawmakers Act on Outbreaks

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NOVA
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Dr. Richard Pan explains California's strategy for increasing vaccination rates. Continue


A History of Vaccination

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NOVA
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Vaccination began as a traditional therapy over a thousand years ago. Continue


Is There Life on Enceladus?

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Scientists discover evidence for the key ingredients for life on Saturn's moon Enceladus. Continue


Early Earth Bombarded By Comets

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NOVA
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Comets carrying chemicals necessary for life may have come to Earth billions of years ago. Continue


Fighting HPV in Bhutan

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NOVA
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Human papillomavirus, or HPV, can cause cervical cancer. Bhutan is the first developing country to welcome the widespread vaccination of girls against HPV, and cervical cancer rates have dropped. Some countries have resisted the vaccine, but in Bhutan even the royal princess is onboard. Continue


Brushes with Death

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NOVA
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Dorothy Roseman describes her close encounters with vaccine-preventable diseases. Continue


WORLD Channel | In the WILD!

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World Channel
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Join WORLD Channel "In the WILD" as we explore the complex and evolving world of nature from the eyes of Earth's inhabitants. Covering Earth from land to sea to air, the thirty-plus films educate, reveal, surprise and touch the heart. The programming also challenges us with how to preserve the planet while serving both human and animal populations. Continue


Journey to Planet Earth (Series)

Journey to Planet Earth
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J2PE dramatizes new ways of looking at the delicate relationship between people and the world they inhabit. It's designed to help viewers understand the complexities of the most important environmental issues of the 21st century. Through an interdisciplinary approach, these programs reach beyond the physical sciences and draw connections to politics, economics, anthropology, sociology, and history Continue


Troy Stulen's Story: A FRONTLINE Exclusive

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FRONTLINE
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Twenty-year-old Troy Stulen died in an uncontrollable outbreak of antibiotic-resistant bacteria at the NIH Clinical Center, one of the world’s best hospitals. Troy’s parents share their story for the first time in FRONTLINE’s "The Trouble with Antibiotics," premiering Tues., Oct. 14 on PBS and online at pbs.org/frontline. Continue


Surviving Ebola Preview

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NOVA
PBS


As the epidemic threatens to spiral out of control, scientists race to find a cure. Airing October 8, 2014 at 10 pm on PBS Continue


Immunity and Vaccines Explained

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NOVA
PBS


Vaccines work with our immune system to keep us from getting sick. Continue


U.S. Polio Vaccines: Then and Now

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NOVA
PBS


The polio vaccine's history extends more than fifty years. Continue


Stabilizing Vaccines with Silk

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NOVA
PBS


New technology may bypass the need to keep vaccines cold by stabilizing them with silk. Continue


Two Weeks Under the Sea

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NOVA
PBS


Aquanauts study the health of marine organisms—by becoming their neighbors. Continue


Tiny Tattoo Vaccines

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NOVA
PBS


The world can be a dangerous place, full of foes large and little. Take deadly infectious diseases. Host David Pogue considers a new kind of vaccine that might save millions of lives, while eliminating the need for refrigeration and scary needles. Continue


The Pattern in Nature's Networks

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NOVA
PBS


Science shows it’s a small world after all—and nature’s networks follow a similar pattern. Continue


Sex in the Wild: Dr. Joy Interview

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Sex in the Wild
PBS


Dr. Joy Reidenberg, comparative anatomist and host, discusses the importance of examining the reproductive behaviors for animals featured in the new series, SEX IN THE WILD. Continue


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