Revenge of the Bacteria: Why We’re Losing the War

Bacteria are rebelling. They’re turning the tide against antibiotics by outsmarting our wonder drugs. This video explores the surprising reasons. (Source: New York Times Video) Related:  Article: A Mysterious Infection, Spanning the Globe in a Climate of Secrecy

Inside Japan’s Chicano Subculture

When I heard Chicano culture had spread to Japan, I wanted to see it for myself. Who knew the culture I grew up with had a home so far from California? I met with stars Junichi Shimodaira, Mona “Sad Girl”…

Peephole in South Bronx Shows Drug Dealer at Work

A video camera installed in a peephole picked up hours of drug activity in the hallway of a South Bronx apartment building. A resident in building who was concerned for the safety of his family set up the peephole camera.…

Mount Meru: Climbing the Shark’s Fin

This short documentary chronicles the ordeal of three mountain climbers attempting one of the most elusive first ascents in the Himalayas.

What Makes a Tick Stick? A Mouth Like a Ratchet

Scientists studying ticks that carry Lyme bacteria wanted to know how these arachnids are able to stick so well to skin. The answer is a mouth that works like a ratchet.
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