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1 online resource (1 video file (52 min., 34 sec)) : sound.
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Originally released by Off the Fence, 2020.
Streaming video file encoded with permission for digital streaming by Infobase on January 25, 2021.
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Whether it́ђةs Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Stroke or Dementia, cutting edge neuroscience is beginning to change what́ђةs possible when it comes to recovery and prevention. Speaking with the worlds top neuroscientists A Life Unbound explores brain plasticity strategies and the role these strategies can play in revolutionizing the human experience. Speaking with Dr. Michael Merzenich, Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor, Dr. Martha Herbert and Dr. Rick Hanson we are taken on a journey to understanding the brain by the biggest names in Neuroscience. A Life Unbound explores the possibilities of brain plasticity strategies, and the impact they can have on society. Following the journey of Tessa David and the Jacobi family, we get a first-hand look at peoples lives who have been drastically altered by these strategies. With insight from some of the worlds top Neuroscientists, we learn about how brain plasticity works in both children and adults while opening a conversation on the implications of what integrated brain plasticity strategies can mean for society as a whole. Can these new developments in our understanding of the brain change the way we think about everything from education to autism, and the inevitable journey of aging? After the birth of their first child, the Jacobi family learned that the likelihood of their son being able to walk, talk, or have an emotional connection was bleak. As the news set in about what this new reality would look like in their lives, they heard about the Anat Baniel Method. The Anat Baniel Method is a revolutionary brain plasticity strategy that uses movement to rewire the brain. After the first lesson, the impact was immediate, and within 18 months their son was beginning to walk and talk, far surpassing his original prognosis. Through personal stories and scientific analysis ́ђبA Life Unbound́ђة uncovers what makes these miraculous outcomes possible as well as the challenges with bringing these brain plasticity strategies into the mainstream.
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1 online resource (1 video file (44 min., 59 sec)) : sound, color.
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Originally released by SW Pictures LTD, 2018.
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Breeding Ground of Disease (2:45); Duakombe Village (3:56); Increased Infection Rates (3:50); Second Stage Trypanosomiasis (3:58); Trypanosomiasis Testing (4:07); Disease Diagnosis (3:54); Disease Progression (4:33); Sleeping Sickness Ward (3:01); Drug Reactions (3:25); Spreading Infection (6:54); Patient Health (3:31);
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Sleeping Sickness is the deadliest disease in the world. The Democratic Republic of Congo suffers more cases than any other country. Without treatment, parasites called trypanosomes invade the victiḿђةs brain, ravage their sleep cycle, driving them mad before finally killing them. But dedicated doctors and medics are fighting back. We tell the stories of those who have lost family to the disease and of the lucky ones who have survived this deadly disease. This is the heart-rending story of people who have to keep fighting to survive, despite this terrible disease taking lives in their villages every day.
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9 - 12, Academic/AP
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1 online resource (1 video file (22 min., 59 sec)) : sound.
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Originally released by Canadian Broadcasting Corp., 1997.
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Until now, a diagnosis of this debilitating disease meant uncertainty and despair. Now, thanks to the pioneering efforts of researchers, breakthroughs are being made in treatments that promise hope for patients. In this program, researchers discuss how new drugs, close to approval, and old drugs, such as anti-inflammatories, are being used to alleviate symptoms. In one case study, a patient is treated with nerve growth factor. We also meet a doctor who uses an experimental form of CAT scanning to identify people at risk of developing the disease. (23 minutes)
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