Health & Medicine Videos
July 7, 2015

AP (July 7, 2015) — Human breast milk is a hot commodity that is emerging as a growing industry, one that states are now seeking to regulate amid a battle for control between nonprofit and for-profit banks that supply hospital neonatal units. (July 7) Video provided by AP ... watch video

Newsy (July 7, 2015) — A recent study found that over 80 percent of doctors surveyed said they worked while sick, despite knowing the risk of spreading their illnesses. Video provided by Newsy ... watch video

AFP (July 7, 2015) — As a boy, Asif Patel would take apart toys and transistor radios, relying only on his sense of touch to rebuild them as he was born without eyes Video provided by AFP ... watch video

Newsy (July 7, 2015) — 2005 court documents state Bill Cosby admitted to purchasing and using Quaaludes to drug women he wanted to sleep with. But what are Quaaludes? Video provided by Newsy ... watch video

Reuters - Business Video Online (July 6, 2015) — Aetna's $37 billion deal to buy Humana could come under scrutiny because of its big combined share of the Medicare Advantage business in some states. Fred Katayama reports. Video provided by Reuters ... watch video

Reuters - Innovations Video Online (July 6, 2015) — Doppel is a new breed of wearable device, one that its developers say can actually change the wearer's mood by delivering a tactile beat to their wrist. Matthew Stock reports. Video provided by Reuters ... watch video

AP (July 6, 2015) — A multi-day sentencing hearing has begun for a Detroit-area cancer doctor who admits to committing fraud against hundreds of patients. (July 6) Video provided by AP ... watch video

Reuters - US Online Video (July 4, 2015) — A 28-year-old man is mauled to death by an alligator during a late-night swim near the Texas-Louisana border. Vanessa Johnston reports. Video provided by Reuters ... watch video

AP (July 3, 2015) — Scientists are stumped by a sharp increase in Type 1 diabetes, which is usually diagnosed in childhood. Hundreds of children and adults are participating in a study to determine whether insulin pills can prevent or delay Type 1 diabetes. (July 3) Video provided by AP ... watch video

AP (July 3, 2015) — Officials in Washington confirmed that a woman died this spring after likely contracting measles at a Seattle hospital. The case is the first measles death in the U.S. since 2003. (July 3) Video provided by AP ... watch video

Washington Post (July 2, 2015) — It's not chlorine that makes your eyes turn red in the pool. PostTV breaks out the books to explain the gross science behind eye irritation. Video provided by Washington Post ... watch video

AFP (July 2, 2015) — Five blind or visually-impaired people walked across the French Vosges mountains last week in almost complete autonomy, with nothing but their walking-sticks and GPS technology. Video provided by AFP ... watch video

Reuters - US Online Video (July 2, 2015) — Beach-goers are saying they're wary after a man was mauled by a shark on Wednesday, the latest in a spate of attacks off the North Carolina coast. Vanessa Johnston reports. Video provided by Reuters ... watch video

Newsy (July 1, 2015) — The DeSmith family is using a billboard in Indianapolis to find a person willing to donate a kidney to their father. Video provided by Newsy ... watch video

AFP (July 1, 2015) — Liberia said Wednesday a teenager who died of Ebola fever had spread the virus to at least two more people, confirming the first outbreak of the tropical disease for months. Video provided by AFP ... watch video

Reuters - US Online Video (July 1, 2015) — Fresh from another Supreme Court validation of his landmark healthcare law, President Barack Obama visited Nashville, Tennessee to push state governments to expand the Medicaid health program for the poor. Rough Cut (no reporter narration) Video provided by Reuters ... watch video

Newsy (June 30, 2015) — Eating up to two chocolate bars a day could lower your risk for coronary heart disease and stroke, according to a recent study. Video provided by Newsy ... watch video

Reuters - News Video Online (June 30, 2015) — The World Health Orgnization says Cuba has become the first country in the world to end the transmission of HIV and syphillis from mothers to children. Diane Hodges reports. Video provided by Reuters ... watch video

AP (June 29, 2015) — California lawmakers on Monday sent the governor a controversial bill that would impose one of the strictest school vaccination laws in the country in reaction to a recent measles outbreak at Disneyland. (June 29) Video provided by AP ... watch video

Newsy (June 29, 2015) — The U.S. Supreme Court is deciding whether to hear an appeal on a decision that would have closed all but nine Texas abortion clinics. Video provided by Newsy ... watch video

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