Snow Walking, Einstein, Wife Holding

Body & Soul
S1:Ep2224 mins2004Guest: Kerrie-Anne Baker

Cholera is a deadly disease, but there may be a simple, low-tech solution. Slip-on chains can make any footwear safe on snow and ice. Researchers in possession of Einstein’s brain ponder the source of his genius, with a look at the role of genetics. Solutions are sought to help the more than 30 million people who snore. Africa Malaria Day called attention to the problems of this disease. Scientists have developed a drug that may help prevent or treat hereditary breast cancer. A drug conference in the U.K. looked for solutions to substance abuse. Breakfast is an important meal for heart health. In Spain, damage therapy is all about smashing things as a way of relieving stress. In Britain, on the other hand, relaxing images projected on a planetarium ceiling are used to ease stress. We visit a 115-year-old woman in Russia in search of her secrets of longevity. India was host to the world disabled badminton championships. Couples competed to see which husband could hold his wife up for the longest, and whether they could set a new world record.

Featuring: Kerrie-Anne Baker
Video Language: English