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In Iran, there is a thriving trade in kidneys, which poor people line up to sell at less than $3,000.
In the strict Islamic nation of Iran, it is legal to be transsexual but not gay.
Former drug addict Nguyen Van Hung now looks after the street children with AIDS in Vietnam.
Dirt is the living skin of the Earth. So why do we treat it like, well ... dirt?
“Our wealth is imaginary. It comes from soil.”
“The first thing I do is I put my hand in the ground and I eat it.”
“God made dirt, dirt don’t hurt, put it in your mouth and let it work.”
A filmmaker follows her father back to Afghanistan to fight skyrocketing maternal mortality.
Pat’s daily dialysis regimen requires vigilance about germs and some creative problem-solving.
Jill Nielsen-Farrell and her family explain her decision to volunteer to be a living donor for Pat.
Pat gets an opportunity to meet the family of the young man whose kidney Pat received.
Drummer Pat Spurgeon is an up-and-coming rock star when his only kidney begins to disintegrate
Pat has never had traditional health insurance.
A filmmaker explains how she learned about life, death, and love from a former drug addict.
Those who are working to end female genital mutilation -- and some who practice it -- speak out.
Roxanne and her team of government contagion agents face off with anti-inoculation activists.
In India, children may be the best agents of change.
Cheryl Haworth is a young woman with a big dream: to be the strongest woman in the world.
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Remembering the beginnings of the AIDS crisis.
A health crisis catalyzes a political movement.
The terrible and rapid effect of AIDS.
Though decimated in numbers, a community grows stronger.
Being big has its advantages.
Shopping's a drag for a power lifter.
Raising the bar with strength and grace.
These poultry farmers explain the real story behind such terms as “cage free” and “free range."
As consumers take increased responsibility for what they eat, many choose to become “locavores."
Foraging offers people a way to reconnect with nature and shows that food is all around us.
Filmmaker Julie Wyman describes what inspired her to profile Cheryl Haworth.
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