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    Health Documentaries

    Health Documentaries – we all need it, want it, wish for it both for ourselves and others. Who do we turn to when we have health questions? Our doctors! If they aren’t available right away or cannot help at all then we turn to the internet. We all want to know how to help ourselves. We all want the best information possible to do it with. We all want to have the choice whether or not to take one person’s advice or another or mix them both if we so choose to experiment. It is our bodies, our life, our will to be happy, healthy and free of dis-ease. With all of the available information scattered throughout the web about health & wellness why not give these health documentaries a watch. You can decide for yourself just what’s the best path to developing and maintaining your health.



    • One Day in the Life of a Men’s Monastery
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      One Day in the Life of a Men’s Monastery

      Sergey Yazvinskiy directs this peaceful short documentary of a day in the life of a monastery. Sergey submitted this documentary to me and I am very happy to share it with everyone else on documentary-log.com This is a great way to relax and center yourself after a stressful day in civilization. With a goal in
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    • Drawing from Life
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      Drawing from Life

      This is a 30 minute documentary filmed in 2008 that follows a suicide group workshop. All of the participants have made multiple suicide attempts. Nothing is working: not drugs, not therapy. So, what’s next? using animation and real footage, Drawing From Life follows the group for 20 weeks. Some of what happens is tragic and
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    • NOVA: Marathon Challenge
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      NOVA: Marathon Challenge

      I have recently become interested in marathon training in my quest to run a full marathon. So, I’ve started reading up on marathon literature and decided: “there must be a good marathon documentary out there.” Easier said than done. It took some searching, but I’ve unearthed Nova’s full-length feature: Marathon. Marathon is a fantastic documentary
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    • Prince of Pot – CBC Documentary
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      Prince of Pot – CBC Documentary

      Meet the ‘Prince of Pot,’ Canadian Marc Emery. Emery was Canada’s #1 marijuana legalization activist – but he wasn’t doing it for a free-for-all drug party. He made sound arguments about the medical importance, the importance to freedom of choice, to the government economy, and to politics. That quickly earned him a spot on the
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    • Language Acquisition
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      Language Acquisition

      A beautiful documentary that is recommended by Frog on A Log, one of Documentary-Log.com’s biggest fans. This documentary is about language acquisition and how truly special and unique this makes humans.

    • Tribal Displacement
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      Tribal Displacement

      Tribal Displacement touches on how indigenous cultures may eventually be extinct in fifty years, as a result of   the changes in the world, such as a shift in the eco-system, or  animal migration and climate change, or the changes in actual cultural beliefs. It delves on how tribes stand together to resist all these and
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    • Crapshoot: The Gamble with Our Wastes
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      Crapshoot: The Gamble with Our Wastes

      Have you ever wondered what happens to our sewage? After we flush, where does it go? Each and everyday food waste, paint, condoms, hospital waste, tampons, asbestos and many more forms of wastes end up in our sewer systems. Once it reaches the sewer, what happens to it? Crapshoot: The Gamble with Our Wastes takes
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    • Shredded
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      Shredded

      This film brings to mind a certain memory in which I would rather forget. While babysitting my nephew, I believe he was 8 at the time, I caught him in front of a mirror making muscle poses. I had thought okay, it’s natural and sort of cute. I mean my own children “flex their muscles”
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    • Michael Specter: The danger of science denial (lecture)
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      Michael Specter: The danger of science denial (lecture)

      This video is actually a lecture made by Michael Specter, a journalist who has written on science and technology for the Washington Post and The New York Times. He has received numerous awards, including the Science Journalism Award for his piece on AIDS and the population crisis. Specter’s talk is also based on his book,”Denialism:
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    • Wi-Fi: A Warning Signal
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      Wi-Fi: A Warning Signal

      How seriously do you consider electro-sensitivity to be around the world? Can Wi-Fi affect humans so seriously that it a person might develop a disability from it? In some countries, Wi-Fi masts are not allowed near schools and some world governements place more intensive guidelines. This is not a new concern but there has now been long enough time to develop a stacking of evidence in one way or another. Wi-Fi is not likely to go away and some would not want to be without it. Becoming aware of the risks and precautions involved when we live in it day to day might be an important item to add to our to do list after watching this documentary revealing the results from years of scientific data research.