Oct 23 9:30 PM

What happens to us if antibiotics stop working?

Bottles of antibiotics on a shelf at a Publix Supermarket pharmacy in Miami, Florida.
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Some "nightmare" bacteria are evolving to be resistant to antibiotics

Consider This host Antonio Mora will be joined by David Hoffman, the correspondent for the Frontline documentary "Hunting the Nightmare Bacteria," and Dr. Sean Elliott, a pediatric infectious disease expert from the University of Arizona Health Network, to discuss this potential public health problem.  

Chicago Bears' Brandon Marshall speaks out about mental health awareness

The Chicago Bears' wide receiver Brandon Marshall, who has borderline personality disorder and is participating in the Kennedy Forum for mental health awareness, will talk with Antonio Mora about challenging the stigma surrounding mental illness.

The battle over LGBT rights in Uganda

Roger Ross Williams, the director of the documentary "God Loves Uganda," and Dr. Gilbert Bukenya, the former vice president of Uganda and a member of the Ugandan parliament, will join Antonio Mora to discuss the movement to get an "anti-homosexuality" bill passed in Uganda.

Athletes share dangerous thrills of wingsuit and BASE flying

Alexander Polli, a wingsuit/BASE-jump athlete, and Jari Kuosma, designer of the BIRDMAN wingsuit and owner of BIRDMAN International Ltd., will join Antonio Mora to share why they take part in an extreme sport that has a reported 6 to 7 percent fatality rate among jumpers each year.


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