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When exactly does a flattering comment breaks up the limits of sexism? How does one say loud and clear what is acceptable and what is not? Is a zero-tolerance policy towards harassment possible in the workplace? Our journalists report on sexual harassment and on a much more insidious evil that is almost always associated with it: abuse of power

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What is the meat we eat everyday made of? Which animal, which livestock does it come from? The answer is is supposed to be all in the label. Still, are consumers supposed to work their way through the jungle of food labels? Did their number triple in 10 years just to boost supermarket sales? Are these labels proof of meat quality and do they ensure...

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We lose nearly 50% of our muscle mass between 30 and 80 years of age. It is however possible to combat this muscular wasting through regular and adapted sport practice. Portraits of seniors whose lives have changed thanks to sport, even when they discovered it at a later age.

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How to allow end of life patients to die at home but in an institution? Tara's home, in Switzerland, offers patients and their families personalized support with attention and consideration that are far from the constraints of hospitalization. This project came into being thanks to the work and will of Anne-Marie Struijk, an exceptional woman..

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What are the health hazzards associated with young children being too early exposed to smartphone screens. For babies and not only young children are concerned. Screen time can be used as a learning tool, but it can also bring about language development issues. This report is the fist of a 3-episode series dedicated to children's relation to...

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All you need to hack a smartphone is its number. Conversations, texts, geolocation, everything becomes accessible for hackers. Despite the increased security levels of newer models, the weak link is the internet network access, especially for some operators. This flaw has generated a thriving business challenging the boundaries of legality. Swiss...

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Will there be doctors employed by Carrefour or Leclerc some day? For Migros, Switzerland's leading retailer, healthcare has become via it subsidiary Medbase, a leading strategic priority. In the wake of Amazon with Calico in the U.S., the Swiss food giant has developed a network of integrated care centers where patients find in one place general...

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Acute mountain sickness is as much a problem for experienced alpine climbers and mountaineers as for tourists on a trekking tour. Symptoms range from simple headaches with nausea to complications like pulmonary edema or brain swelling that can kill in hours. How to identify and prevent this phenomenon?  

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Aloe vera is mostly grown on the American continent, but it is also produced in Europe in the Canaries. 90% of cosmetics containing aloe vera in the world are said to be made from the lyophilized and then rehydrated plant. This method is denounced by Canary Islands local producers, who manufacture their products directly from the plant without...

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Why do so many migrants come on European soil from Eritrea? This exceptional report, shot unescorted in a country considered by many NGOs as one of the most brutal dictatorships in the world, explores in the field the reasons for youth out-migration. The inauguration of a hospital serves as a starting point for this journey into the dictatorship....

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Beyond the cliché of adolescent girls in a trance in front of their idol, what really characterizes fans behaviour? What does this need to admire and adore a celebrity respond to? How to explain such a strong attachment to a personality? At what age do you start being a fan? How is being a fan involved in building one's identity as a teenager? How...

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Could bacteria-killing phages solve the upcoming crisis of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, which is expected to cause ten million deaths a year by 2050. This therapy is extremely popular with patients with advanced disease for its efficiency. But it has been neglected by the pharmaceutical industry for its lack of profitability. Some doctors, in...

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The CBD rush is on its way, and nothing seems to stop that train. Ever since CBD was leglized in Switzerland, people of all age and background come to CBD for its health effects, since it is supposed to be anti-inflammatory, analgesic, anxiolytic, etc. But what do doctors and pharmacology experts think about CBD from a strictly medical point of...

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On the night of April 25, 1986, the largest civilian nuclear disaster of all time occured at Chernobyl. For some years now, tourists from all over the world have been going via tour operators for stays and guided tours in places of remembrance. How do the survivors of the disaster perceive these visitors? Is visiting a place of remembrance an act...

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Gestational surrogacy allows LGBT couples to become parents. Only a few couples are willing to set out and go on the adventure. The phenomenon is statistically marginal. It remains nonetheless important socially, culturally and symbolically, as it completely upsets the image of the family. But how can a boy or a girl build their lives between two...

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After half a century of public presence in the media, the charismatic student leader of the 1968 events looks back on his personal and political path and his Jewish roots. He comments in particular the controversy around the excesses of sexual liberalism of the 60s and his controversial views on pedophilia.

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Is our society to be based on star rating system? Sellers, taxi drivers, even doctors can now be rated ? At Apple and Swisscom, this rating system is a creator of emulation, but also an additional pressure tool for employees.

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This is the trailer for the Shock Waves Collection, 4 television movies based on real facts:"Sirius" by Frédéric Mermoud, "Journal de ma tête" by Ursula Meier, "Prénom: Mathieu" by Lionel Baier et "La vallée" by Jean-Stéphane Bron.

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Teddy Stauffer is an adventurer of the air, intimately linked to the natural elements. Aviation, mountains and navigation have always been his passions. A former long-distance flight officer, he has practically driven everything in his life. He spends winter in search for the powder in the most extreme slopes. And he sailed the North seas for eight...

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Set in the 1980s, 17-year-old Mathieu is the only survivor of an infamous serialkiller making the headlines. Injured and traumatized, he tries to regain a footholdin the existence of his family and his village. Despite the kindness of one another,his daily life does not find the mildness of before. There is this stabbing remembrance of the night of...

 
 
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