Health News Digest: Kids Advancing Medicine
Lee Chwi Lynn | Tina Carmillia
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We discuss the latest in health news. This week, we find out if the kids are alright. From a 4-year-old whose 999 call saved her mother’s life, to a 10-year-old whose science project on stuffed animals and germs was published in a medical journal - it seems like the kids are fine. We also discuss if you would like to be cryogenically preserved; and if you don't mind growing old, there may be a video game for you that can also help dementia researchers.
0:51 - Four-year-old saves her mother's life
7:38 - Science project on stuffed animals and germs published
13:23 - Girl won rights to be cryogenically preserved
24:01 - A video game that is actually dementia research
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