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110821.

I Proud to Be an Indian

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"I" emmigrates to London to live with his brother and family. He encounters a hostile group of racist skinheads who try to rid the neighborhood of the Indians and Asians.
DVD
2004
Clemons (Stacks)
110822.

Star Trek, Voyager: Season Three

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All 26 original, uncut episodes from 1996-1997 season, including 7 exclusive featurettes.
DVD
2004; 1996
110823.

Star Trek, Voyager: Season Four

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All 26 original, uncut episodes from 1997-1998 season, including 7 exclusive featurettes.
DVD
2004
110826.
DVD
2009
Music (Circulation Desk)
110827.
DVD
2010
Music (Circulation Desk)
110828.

Lecture: March 19, 2010

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DVD
2010
Music (Circulation Desk)
110829.
DVD
2010
Music (Circulation Desk)
110830.
DVD
2010
Music (Circulation Desk)
110831.

Colloquium: April 8, 2011

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DVD
2011
Music (Circulation Desk)
110832.
DVD
2011
Music (Circulation Desk)
110833.

Medical Marijuana—Second Opinion

As more and more states legalize the use of marijuana for medical purposes, doctors and lay people alike are questioning its effectiveness, as well as the amount of research being done to determine how safe it is for certain conditions. We meet Beverly McClain, who uses medical marijuana to cope with the side effects of her breast cancer treatments; we answer whether the therapeutic benefits of smoking marijuana outweigh the health risks to your lungs; and we reveal five things you may not know about medical marijuana.
Online
2019; 2014
110834.

Drug Overdose—Second Opinion

Only two months after their son Patrick died of a heroin overdose, Mary and Joe Mullin courageously share their story. They tell their very personal experience of Patrick’s decline into opioid use, and then heroin addiction, and his treatment. They talk about Patrick’s ups and downs and his relapses. The panel of experts then discusses the drug epidemic in the US and offers timely, actionable information about prevention and treatment.
Online
2019; 2017
110835.

Biologics for Severe Asthma

A new class of medicines are helping people with severe asthma breathe easier.
Online
2019; 2017
110836.

Exercise Slows Parkinson's

The long-term impact of this disease can be devastating making thinking and moving much harder. But can keeping the body active actually stall or slow the progression?
Online
2019; 2017
110837.

Breaking the Music Mold

Contemporary African musicians are using a diverse range of sounds, rhythms, and beats to create some of the continent's most popular melodies today.
Online
2019; 2018
110838.

With Olive Groves in the Aegean: Greeks & Turks

In 1923 when Mustafa Kemal Atatürk rebuilt modern Turkey on the ashes of the Ottoman Empire, the Treaty of Lausanne ordered that all Muslims of Turkish decent who were living in Greece be exchanged with any Greek Christians living in Asia Minor. This population exchange of nearly two million people has left deep traces, many of which are still perceptible today. Fortunately one thing soothed the resulting pain and resentment: both Greeks and Turks had been growing olive trees since the olden days, providing a main source of survival and wealth. They lost their homes, but found new olive groves offering the livelihoods they needed.
Online
2019; 2013
110839.

Tanning Addiction: Denial Is Deadly

There may be a troubling reason why some people feel healthier after coming out of a suntan parlor.
Online
2019; 2017
110840.

Advances in Alzheimers Treatment—Second Opinion

Recent medical studies have raised the possibility that a blood test can predict the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. We meet Joanne Mee DeHond, who shares her struggles caring for a mother with Alzheimer’s and dealing with the lingering questions regarding her mother’s care, as well as her own health. We also answer whether a flu vaccine can increase your chances of developing Alzheimer’s and share five ways you can tell whether forgetfulness is due to normal aging or whether these are early signs of dementia.
Online
2019; 2014