OSHA WARNING ON LYME DISEASE VNR
B-Roll only
(TUBERCULOSIS aka CONSUMPTION) record c
Continued from same story (records A & B) <br/> <br/>"Bee keeping is also taught..." L/S of three men tending to beehives. Dissolve into a C/U of the hive with top section taken off. "Some months later, Jim is transferred to the poultry farming section." L/S of Jim throwing seed to chickens behind chicken wire. C/U of chicken coop. Some chicks bob around. "...and still later to the pig farm." L/S of muddy fields with pigs in. Man seen working in the distance. C/Us of large pig lying on the ground with baby pigs fighting to get their feed. M/S of man pouring slops into a trough for the pigs. <br/> <br/>"Another course at Burrow Hill Colony is rural carpentry." Panning shot of the woodwork shop. Men at work both inside and outside in the sun. Interior of the shed showing a supervisor watching a man working at a lathe. Supervisor checks the work of men outside. <br/> <br/>"Attached to the Colony is the farm which supplies all the milk required." Panning shot of cows in a field. "Tubercle-free dairy shorthorns." C/U of Jim and another man petting one of the cows. "Wending homeward through a shady Surrey lane." L/S of cows walking towards the camera down a country road. "Arrival in the cow shed." Cows follow one another into the milking shed. C/U of some of the cows in the milking shed. <br/> <br/>End appeal title: "And that is a part of the work of the National Association for the Prevention of Tuberculosis - a work that is never-ending, and which calls forth for redoubled efforts. WILL YOU HELP US?" <br/> <br/>Note: remarkable film - nicely shot - of early occupational therapy techniques for Tuberculosis sufferers.
++Guinea Ebola
Top UN official calls for greater coordination in fight against Ebola
Paramount
Hawks Nest Tunnel near Gauley Bridge, WV - the cause of workers' silicosis
GUINEA PIGS
BG MATERIAL FOR A CS ABOUT GROUPS WITHIN THE US REBELLING AGAINST TRADITIONAL METHODS OF DRUG RESEARCH AND TESTING. 00:00:22 FTG OF A DOCTOR INTERVIEWING AND EXAMINING AN AIDS (ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME) PATIENT. FTG OF A NURSE CHECKING THE VEINS IN THE PATIENT'S ARM. CI: HEALTH: DISEASES, AIDS. HEALTH: EXAMINATION. OCCUPATIONS: DOCTOR. OCCUPATIONS: NURSE.
Mayotte: small businesses in difficulty
FR3 / France 3
PA-0572 Digibeta
Forty Years of Human Service
HZ UK Virus Mental Health
Pandemic triggers mental health problems for many
[Plateau analyse: pensions: the reform applicable on 1 September? ]
FR3 / France 3
SC V - A Hosp. Vent. Problems (08/07/1996)
Some trouble at Charleston, South Carolina's Ralph H. Johnson V-A Medical Center. A federal agency has cited the Hospital with failing to protect patients and employees from the tuberculosis bacteria. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration office in Columbia, S.C., says the ventilation in an examining room used for tuberculosis patients is not adequate. A study done in May revealed the airborne bacteria that cause the lung disease are not being filtered out as they should. V-A Doctor Bruce Ribner says the risk does not mean patients or employees have contracted the disease, since the hospital monitors their employees and none have T-B. Officials plan to install a portable unit to filter the air in the examining room later this week. The hospital has about one-thousand employees.
DN-LB-421 Beta SP
ROAD TO DEMOCRACY
PROSTATE CANCER
BG MATERIAL FOR A CS ABOUT PROSTATE CANCER. 00:00:35 Ftg of doctors performing radioactive seed implantation in a male patient's prostate gland. CI: HEALTH: DISEASES, PROSTATE CANCER. OCCUPATIONS: DOCTOR.
Paramount
Deadly silica dust, which can cause silicosis after prolonged exposure and inhalation
(TUBERCULOSIS aka CONSUMPTION) record a
First title reads: "This Film is Presented by The National Association for the Prevention of Tuberculosis - 20 Hanover Square, London, W1." <br/> <br/>"Foreword - The scourge of Tuberculosis is a fact too well known to emphasise here. This film is concerned solely with that part of the curative treatment offered by the National Association for the Prevention of Tuberculosis at their Colony at Burrow Hill, Surrey." <br/> <br/>"Our story deals with one Jim Davidson, an ex-soldier, who developed Tuberculosis. Sanatorium treatment made a great but not complete improvement. So the dispensary doctor advised longer treatment, with training in open-air work, and arranged for him to go to Burrow Hill Colony." <br/> <br/>"The main entrance to Burrow Hill Colony." L/S of an open gate with trees all around it - a path stretches into the distance. "Jim arrives in a taxi and is met by an orderly and taken to his cubicle." Taxi is driven past the camera and through the gate. <br/> <br/>Taxi pulls up and Jim climbs out. A man takes his case and leads Jim to a little cabin which is presumably his living accommodation. "A medical examination is, of course, the first essential." M/S of Jim taking off his shirt and sitting down. He looks a little nervous as the doctor asks him questions and checks his medical records. The doctor uses his fingers to tap Jim's chest. <br/> <br/>"Now back to his cubicle, having, on his way, been given some strong boots for garden work." L/S of Jim emerging from a wooden building. He walks through the gardens. A man in a white coat helps him to put on his boots. Continued.
HEART DISEASE FIRE FIGHTERS
COLOR PRINT 100 OPT. V.S. LOS ANGELES FIREMAN UNDER GOING VARIOUS HEART TEST IN LAB AT U.C.L.A. WALKING ON TREAD MILL IN FULL FIRE GEAR, WHILE EKG MACHINES, VARIOUS MONITORING DEVICES MEASURE HIS HEART BEATS. CUS OF GRAPHS, DETAILS OF MACHINES. CI: HEALTH: EQUIPMENT EKG. HEALTH: DISEASE HEART DISEASE. OCCUPATION: FIREMAN. GEOGRAPHIC: CALIF, LOS ANGELES
OSHA / WORKPLACE SMOKING (9/19/1994)
JOE DEAR, ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF LABOR FOR OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH, HOLDS A BRIEFING ON OSHA'S PROPOSED REGULATION ON ENVIRONMENTAL TOBACCO SMOKE AND OTHER WORKPLACE AIR QUALITY ISSUES.
Paramount
WV doctor Leonidas Ryan Harless discusses causes and symptoms of silicosis
Yemen France Virus
Spike in deaths in Aden as virus spreads unchecked
(TUBERCULOSIS aka CONSUMPTION) record b
Continued from PM3305.02 <br/> <br/>Men follow each other in to the wooden building - a refectory or canteen. Interior shot of all the men sitting at tables being served their breakfast by nurses and men in white coats. <br/> <br/>"Then to work out in the open air. He is first taught the rudiments of market gardening." L/S of three men in a vegetable plot. One man uses a hoe, the other two watch his technique. <br/> <br/>"Jim tells the Medical Superintendent he feels well and likes the work." M/S of the three men standing in the vegetable plot chatting. "He learns to cultivate parsnips..." L/S of two men at work with hoes. Panning shot of the vegetable field. "...and works in one of the outdoor tomato beds." L/Ss of the men working in the fields. "He works for a short time in a greenhouse erected by the rural carpenters." Nice shot of several men tending plants in a greenhouse. "He learns to bunch radishes for the market." C/U of two men holding bunches of radishes. <br/> <br/>"And while Jim is at the Colony his future is not forgotten. The Dispensary Care Committee discuss his prospects, and a member undertakes to visit him at the Colony and report progress to his mother." M/S of a group of people sitting at a table in the sunshine. A woman reads from a report, a nurse and the others listen. "The Care Committee visitor comes to see him in the garden..." <br/> <br/>L/S of Jim working in the gardens. A man and woman walk up to speak to him. He doffs his cap. L/S of the three standing under a wooden bower talking. Jim again doffs his cap and they walk off. This sequence could be used to illustrate a rich couple talking to their gardener. There is a short sequence here of men in uniform loading cannons - seems rather incongruous. Continued.
Amber
A2 / France 2
DN-LB-271 Beta SP
A Better Massachussets