National Geographic explores the human body from the inside out as never before with the help of sophisticated camera-work and cutting-edge technology in this fascinating collection of specials.
In four classic programs, National Geographic reveals how our incredible human machine worksfrom the miraculous in-utero development of a fetus to the mechanics of a beating heart, and from the formation of skin to the amazing way our complicated systems work together for sensing, adapting, reproducing, regenerating, and thinking.
Programs include How to Build a Beating Heart, Skin, In the Womb, and Incredible Human Machine.
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Bones: Imagine breaking a rib just by coughing
or having an internal organ turning to bone. These are just two of the many life-threatening challenges faced by Jake Grys and Holly Pullano, two people with extraordinary genetic bone disorders. Jake ...
Cutting-edge medical technology and riveting, life-or-death personal dramas
combine in this unprecedented, from-the-inside-out exploration of The Incredible Human Body . Marvel at the revolutionary imaging system used to guide a surgeon's scalpel in a delicate brain-tumor operation. Witness a childless ...
Unsettling transformations are sweeping across the planet, and
clue by clue, investigators are discovering ways that seemingly disparate events are connected. Crumbling houses in New Orleans are linked to voracious creatures from southern China. An asthma epidemic in the Caribbean ...