In 1999, after losing his son in a drug-related shooting in New Orleans and lacking answers from police, a small town pharmacist - Dan Schneider - beats the odds when he embarks on a dogged... See full summary »
Influencer hype and scarcity marketing create conditions where counterfeit makeup thrives, teens become addicting to vaping, disposable furniture kills, and corporations use single use plastics in a 4 part series.
This is a documentary about how different organizations are trying to prevent an Influenza outbreak. I agree that there is a lot about politics but that's because this documentary is trying to illustrate just how much power that politics and/or can have on the global medical platform.
There are no frills or fanciful embellishments. This is not a documentary about the survivors' guide to a virus pandemic; it is a documentary that deals with the real work that these incredible people are doing to keep the world healthy. It shows the dedication and sacrifices that doctors, nurses, politicians, scientists, emergency aid workers and volunteers are making to save even just one person.
I think it's a pretty awesome documentary; I have learnt a lot through it and that's the main reason for documentaries.
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