Based on the true story of a compassionate but outrageous med student who risks his career by defying the medical profession with his unwavering belief that laughter is one of the best medicines.
Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times reporter Michael Moss shares his insights gained while uncovering some of the food industry's best kept secrets. He focuses on the history of one hamburger that left a 22-year-old woman paralyzed from E. Coli.
New York Post writer Stephanie Smith, who recently revealed she's behind the tongue-in-cheek '300 Sandwiches' blog, is finding herself in the middle of a controversy. Despite her saying that the blog is a joke, and she's not really making 300 sandwiches to get an engagement ring from her boyfriend, Twitter blew up about the topic. Kristina Behr (@KristinaBehr) has a look at the funniest tweets.
The End Zone is always home for Eagles cheerleader Stephanie Smith.
New York Post reporter Stephanie Smith revealed she is making 300 sandwiches for her boyfriend in exchange for an engagement ring.
Host Tamara Banks talks with a panel of experts about newly introduced technology and what happens when are in constant connection with using social/digital media. Guests include Denver Post tech reporter, Andy Vuong, licensed clinical psychologist, Dr. Stephanie Smith, Google Glass explorer, Rob Rusher and 'Young and the Digital' author and University of Texas professor, Dr. S. Craig Watkins.
Guests are Ellen Green, Delanor Manson, and Stephanie Smith of Hosparus, and and Dr. George Webb, Hosparus volunteer and former associate medical director.
Trailer for Patch Adams.
Patch Adams is determined to become a medical doctor because he enjoys helping people. Unfortunately, the medical and scientific community does not appreciate his methods of healing the sick, while the actual patients, medical professors, and hospital nurses all appreciate the work *he* can do, because they are unable to do it.
Copycat movie trailer - starring Andreas Beckett, Mark Hengst, Chloe Snyder. Genre: Horror
A determined cop and a criminal psychologist scramble to uncover the identity of a murderer who gets his kicks by duplicating the methods of famous serial killers.
Tormented by the serial killer who took her Mother s life, Journalist Laura Nelson investigates the only clue he ever leaves behind at his crime scenes; his diary pages.
References in the blood soaked pages to Richard Ramirez, Jeffrey Dahmer and Ed Gein lead Laura to learn more than she ever wanted to know about the sick minds of these monsters.
But the closer she gets to finding the Serial Killer, the closer he gets to finding her
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