Health & Medicine Videos
May 22, 2015

AFP (May 22, 2015) — At least 27 Burundian refugees fleeing weeks of political violence have died of cholera in Tanzania, the United Nations said Thursday, warning more could die without urgent action. Video provided by AFP ... watch video

AFP (May 22, 2015) — Street dentist Allah Baksh is hard at work fitting sparkling white dentures, he’s one of a multitude of tradesman offering their services to the poor on India's pavements. Video provided by AFP ... watch video

Reuters - Innovations Video Online (May 21, 2015) — An extract from the Indian spice saffron could be the latest piece in the puzzle in the fight against dengue, say researchers in Brazil. Sharon Reich reports. Video provided by Reuters ... watch video

Reuters - Light News Video Online (May 20, 2015) — First Lady Michelle Obama shows how she punches and crunches her way to her famously-toned body in a video posted on Twitter as part of her #GimmeFive challenge to mark the fifth anniversary of her Let's Move campaign. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). Video provided by Reuters ... watch video

Reuters - Innovations Video Online (May 20, 2015) — Mind-bending technology allows amputees to control their bionic prosthetic limbs with their thoughts. Amy Pollock reports. Video provided by Reuters ... watch video

Newsy (May 20, 2015) — A new strain of rabies has been found in a gray fox in New Mexico after it bit an elderly woman. Video provided by Newsy ... watch video

Reuters - US Online Video (May 20, 2015) — At a neo-natal intensive care unit in Wisconsin, a high-tech machine uses lullabies to help babies learn how to eat. Sean Carberry reports. Video provided by Reuters ... watch video

Newsy (May 19, 2015) — The American College of Sports Medicine found Washington, D.C. to be the fittest city in the country. Video provided by Newsy ... watch video

Newsy (May 19, 2015) — The #ToyLikeMe movement was started by parents who wanted to see children with disabilities represented in toys. Video provided by Newsy ... watch video

Washington Post (May 19, 2015) — The American College of Sports Medicine's American Fitness Index named Washington, D.C., the fittest city in America. PostTV hits Vida Fitness gym to break down the data. Video provided by Washington Post ... watch video

Reuters - Innovations Video Online (May 18, 2015) — Scientists measure the long-term effects of dancer's movements on joints and muscle groups using inertial motion capture suits and movement-measuring floors. They hope to help determine how to reducee the stress on athletes' bodies. Sharon Reich reports. Video provided by Reuters ... watch video

AP (May 18, 2015) — Charlotte Brown wants to be defined by her athletic achievements, not her blindness. The 17-year-old won a bronze medal in pole vault Saturday at the Texas state high school track and field championships. (May 18) Video provided by AP ... watch video

AP (May 18, 2015) — Competitive sports provide healing and a new mission for severely injured military veterans. At Eglin Air Force base in Florida, dozens of injured airmen are preparing for the upcoming Wounded Warrior Games this summer. (May 18) Video provided by AP ... watch video

AP (May 18, 2015) — The number of stem cell clinics across the U.S. has surged. There are high hopes that the cells will lead to major medical advances, but critics say entrepreneurs are treating patients with little or no evidence that what they do is effective. (May 18) Video provided by AP ... watch video

AFP (May 15, 2015) — Aboard an open-top London bus circling Britain's parliament, celebrity chef Jamie Oliver educates children about healthy eating, and reveals plans to take his campaign to the home of the gourmets. Duration: 00:49 Video provided by AFP ... watch video

Reuters - News Video Online (May 15, 2015) — The bodies of miners killed in a flooded gold mine in northwestern Colombia are being recovered although rescuers continue their efforts to search for the others still trapped. Gavino Garay reports. Video provided by Reuters ... watch video

Reuters - Business Video Online (May 14, 2015) — Pharmaceutical companies are being told they must invest more in new antibiotics or risk being blamed for an increase in deaths from drug-resistant superbugs. A report by former Chief Economist Jim O'Neill says drug resistence will cost the global economy $100tn over 35 years and cause 10 million deaths, Katie Gregory has more. Video provided by Reuters ... watch video

Newsy (May 14, 2015) — For those who want to quit smoking, a new study found that money — more than conventional cessation methods — could be the most effective motivator. Video provided by Newsy ... watch video

Newsy (May 13, 2015) — Nine-year-old Laura Tobia has a rare genetic mutation called ADCY5 and will be the first with the disorder to have a pacemaker placed in her brain. Video provided by Newsy ... watch video

Newsy (May 12, 2015) — The FDA released new guidelines that end its longstanding policy barring gay men from donating blood, but critics say it's still behind the times. Video provided by Newsy ... watch video

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