1. FDA Talent Show - Ave Maria

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    • FDA Talent Show - Bust Your Windows

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      • WFDA Television Presents FIRST Robotics FDA Harlem Knights Team 1660

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        As part of FIRST Robotics, our students get to apply math and science knowledge, solve problems, make decisions, communicate complex ideas, collaborate as part of a team, exercise leadership, manage resources, create and execute business plans – all essential skills in any successful technological enterprise. FIRST competitions and tournaments are celebrations by which communities convey the importance of their students’ achievements in science and technology. FIRST celebrations are fun, energetic and filled with excitement. In the same fashion that scholastic athletes experience the adulation of their communities, FIRST Robotics programs celebrate students’ prowess in science and technology. Kids are inspired and motivated to succeed. Become a part of our FDA Harlem Knights Team 1660. Read more at http://www.nycfirst.org/

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        • Nutritional Yeast to Prevent the Common Cold

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          For links to all the cited sources, a written transcript, commentary from Dr. Greger, as well as discussion and Q&A about this video, go to: http://nutritionfacts.org/video/nutritional-yeast-to-prevent-the-common-cold

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          • Waiting to Inhale (trailer)

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            Waiting to Inhale pioneered the movement towards the legalization of marijuana as the first documentary in the US to document the struggle for medical marijuana use, following the movement from 2000 to 2006 and offering exclusive footage of the first major scientific study of medical cannabis to take place in over thirty years. Waiting to Inhale examines the heated debate over marijuana and its use as medicine in the United States. At the time, twelve states have passed legislation to protect patients who used medical marijuana. Yet opponents claimed the medical argument was just a smokescreen for a different agenda– to legalize marijuana for recreation and profit. The documentary takes viewers inside the lives of patients who have been forever changed by illness—and parents who lost their children to addiction. The film sheds new light on how this controversy developed, serving as a historical watershed for the debate over the medical use of drugs that are otherwise considered dangerous and lacking medical benefits.

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            • #FinishIt Media Resources & Tools to Help Coalitions End Tobacco Use

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              Empower CCC coalitions to enhance their tobacco control efforts. Inform CCC’s of the array of media resources and tools available to assist them in their tobacco control efforts. Webinar Objectives: 1. Discuss current data on smoking rates amongst various population groups. 2. Discuss new and existing media tools and resources available to assist coalitions in their tobacco control efforts and activities. 3. Discuss specific ways in which coalitions can use media tools and resources to increase awareness of the dangers of tobacco use and the importance of tobacco cessation. 4. Describe practical ways CCC coalitions can customize and incorporate media materials, tools and resources to enhance tobacco control efforts.

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              • Our hope for ALS drug approval - sign petition: http://wh.gov/iWMcT

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                Please sign and share White House petition - click link here: http://wh.gov/iWMcT We are urging the FDA to use the Accelerated Approval Program to approve the drug GM604 to help all People with ALS. If not approved, PALS will continue to feel the frustration and hopelessness that comes with this horrific disease. Help us fight to find a cure.

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                • WFDA Television Presents "Honoring Our Legacy - The Tuskegee Airmen"

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                  The few African-Americans who learned to fly in the early 1900s were self-taught or trained overseas. Once the U.S. government passed the Civilian Pilot Training Act in 1939, Tuskegee University – together with various civil rights groups and the Black press – began the effort to change federal government practices and policies that excluded African-Americans from pilot training programs and to begin the development of Black fighter pilots. The first Civilian Pilot Training Program students completed their instruction in May 1940 at the University's Moton Field. The Tuskegee program was then expanded and became the center for African-American aviation during World War II. The military selected Tuskegee University because of its already demonstrated success and commitment to aviation training. Tuskegee had the facilities including an airport, engineering and technical instructors, as well as a climate for year-round flying. Thirteen cadets entered the first flight program in July 1941. Five graduated in March 1942 and were designated as military pilots. Between 1941 and 1946, nearly 1,000 African-American aviators completed the flight course at Tuskegee University. The Tuskegee Airmen, members of the 332nd Fighter Group, are credited with having the best loss records on combat missions as air escorts The Tuskegee Airmen destroyed 260 enemy aircraft. The Tuskegee Airmen accumulated a total of 850 medals for their service and valor. The nation's first African-American four-star general, Daniel "Chappie" James, was not only a Tuskegee Airman but a 1942 graduate of Tuskegee University. He completed the U.S. Army Air Corps program and was commissioned as a second lieutenant in 1943. This year's convocation will be held in the General Daniel "Chappie" James Center for Aerospace Science and Health Education, a facility named in his honor. Tuskegee University donated the land to build the Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site Museum at Moton Field. This occurred after the U.S. Congress and President Bill Clinton in 1998 approved Public Law 105-355, which commemorated the heroic efforts of the nation's first African-American fighter pilots during World War II and authorized an initial sum of $29.1 million to the National Park Service for the development of the museum in cooperation with Tuskegee University and the Tuskegee Airmen. Moton Field, named for Robert Russa Moton – second president of Tuskegee Institute, was built between 1940 and 1942 with funding from the Julius Rosenwald Fund. Tuskegee University continues its leadership legacy in aeronautics by being the first and only historically black college or university to offer a degree in aerospace science engineering. The degree has been offered since 1983 and has produced the largest number of Black aerospace science engineers of any other institution in America. More about The Tuskegee Airmen at http://www.tuskegee.edu/about_us/legacy_of_fame/tuskegee_airmen.aspx

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                  • 2015.01.30, Third Annual Health Law Year in P/review, Session 4: Innovation

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                    The Third Annual Health Law Year in P/Review symposium featured leading experts discussing major developments during 2014 and what to watch out for in 2015. The discussion at this day long event covered hot topics in such areas as health insurance, health care systems, public health, innovation, and other issues facing clinicians and patients. Session 4: Innovation - Claire Laporte, Key Life Science IP Cases of 2014 - Rachel E. Sachs, FDA Regulation of Lab-Developed Tests Sponsored by the Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics at Harvard Law School and the New England Journal of Medicine; co-sponsored by The Hastings Center and the Center for Bioethics at Harvard Medical School, with additional support from the Oswald DeN. Cammann Fund. For more information, please visit our website at petrieflom.law.harvard.edu.

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                    • FDA - The Real Cost

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