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Pain, Pus & Poison - Pain

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A look at the scientific revolution, which began with the isolation of morphine by Friedrich Serturner at the start of the 19th Century- and continued into the 20th century when scientists like Arthur Eichengrun, who survived the horrors of a concentration camp, found a way to synthesize a stable form of a safe painkiller which he called aspirin, which could be manufactured on an industrial scale.

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EXPLORE San Diego

The Kitchenistas of National City

Learning healthy cooking habits leads to healthier communities.

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The Kitchenistas of National City

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EXPLORE San Diego

SD Youth Symphony - Road to China

The SD Youth Symphony commemorated its 70th anniversary with a special tour of China.

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SD Youth Symphony - Road to China

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EXPLORE San Diego

Art of Seeing

A delightful glimpse into the life of Joe Nyiri, a San Diego community icon.

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Art of Seeing

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EXPLORE San Diego

Chaldean Voices

This local documentary chronicles the experiences of several Chaldean high school students

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Chaldean Voices

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