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Video of the Week Archive 2010

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September 2010
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September 6-12
Video of the Week
Today: Dr. Nancy Snyderman
Today: Dr. Nancy Snyderman
Dr. Nancy Snyderman, MSNBC's chief medical editor, appeared on the Today Show to discuss the recent pertussis outbreak in California and the serious consequences of vaccine exemptions.
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September 13 -19
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Flu Attack! How A Virus Invades Your Body
Flu Attack! How A Virus Invades Your Body
"It starts very simply. A virus, just one, latches on to one of your cells and fools that cell into making lots more. Lots, lots more, like a million new viruses. This animation shows you how viruses trick healthy cells to join the dark side," by NPR's Robert Krulwich. 
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September 20-26
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HHS: H1N1 Influenza in Review
HHS: H1N1 Influenza in Review
In the Spring of 2009, a new influenza virus spread quickly across the United States and the world. The U.S. government coordinated a public health emergency response within the states that saved lives and helped limit the impact of the outbreak.
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September 27-October 3
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Wes Studi on Influenza Vaccination
Wes Studi on Influenza Vaccination
Actor Wes Studi highlights how easily influenza viruses can spread among native peoples and tribal nations.
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