The Children's Era
Margaret Sanger

Margaret Sanger delivers a speech that hopes to give unborn children the choice to be born into a family well-equipped to nurture a baby. It also hopes to give mothers the choice to veer away from unwanted and unplanned parenthood.

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Margaret Sanger: The Children's Era

March 30, 1925 (about 95 years ago)

Margaret Sanger delivers a speech that hopes to give unborn children the choice to be born into a family well-equipped to nurture a baby. It also hopes to give mothers the choice to veer away from unwanted and unplanned parenthood.

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Irwin Redlener: Surviving a Nuclear Attack

February 1, 2008 (over 12 years ago)

Irwin Redlener talks about the reality of nuclear wars and how to survive a nuclear explosion.

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Source: TED

Jamie Heywood: The Big Idea My Brother Inspired

October 1, 2009 (over 10 years ago)

In this talk, Jamie Heywood presents his brother's story in relation to their company, patients like me. It's a very data intensive website that helps patients find other people who have the same illnesses. It provides a lot of incredible information and lets you really know about your disease an...

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Source: TED

Bill Davenhall: Your Health Depends on Where You Live

October 1, 2009 (over 10 years ago)

Bill Davehall explains the importance of geographical history in a patient's medical record to better understand the occurence of diseases and other health concerns.

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Source: TED

Thulasiraj Ravilla: How Low-Cost Eye Care Can Be World-Class

November 1, 2009 (over 10 years ago)

Thulasiraj Ravilla shows how making eye-care available for poor people is clearly possible.

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Source: TED

Mechai Viravaidya: How Mr. Condom Made Thailand a Better Place

September 1, 2010 (almost 10 years ago)

Mechai Viravaidya talks about how Thailand succesfully launched a country-wide movement for the use of condoms to promote family planning and HIV protection.

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Source: TED

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