5 Myths about Mental Illnesses

5 Myths about Mental Illnesses

[intro] A man by the name of Thomas Szasz published a book in 1961 called, The Myth of Mental Illnesses, discussing his believe that mental illnesses were unnecessary diagnosis used to excuse the behavior of moral and socially deficient people. Some people still have this view of mental illnesses, but the majority of the public…

The Woman Who Constantly Smells Of Fish

The Woman Who Constantly Smells Of Fish

FAYSAL BASHIR: She usually smells sort of quite oniony. It’s quite a strong smell. For some reason I thought it was called ‘fishiyatitus.’ COMM: Radiographer Kelly Fidoe-White has an unusual metabolic condition with a rather unpleasant symptom. KELLY FIDOE-WHITE: The main scientific name for it is Trimethylaminuria. It’s also known as Fish Odour Syndrome. COMM:…

Autism – Full Episode: 1435

Autism – Full Episode: 1435

Today on Context, the public and private struggles of families affected by autism. ♪ ♪-It affects one in every 88 kids.Boys more than girls.And there is no cure.Autism remains one of the least understoodof human conditions.Today, we’ll swap myth for fact,as Lorna gets firsthand insights,including a field guide to symptoms and resources.As we explore the…