Human Mutants: Real-life X-Men?
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Human Mutants: A Second Skeleton
On Discovery Channel's "Human Mutants: The Mystery of Growth," the disease, fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva (FOP), is explained. Its symptoms are like the formation of a second skeleton.
Human Mutants: Adult Conjoined Twins
Meet Laurie and Reba Chappelle, conjoined twins, who are connected at the head on Discovery Channel's "Human Mutants: The Mystery of Growth."
Human Mutants: Arnold Syndrome
On Discovery Channel's "Human Mutants: The Mystery of Growth," learn about the condition known as "Arnold Syndrome" and how this bone mutation affects different individuals.
Human Mutants: Balding
Balding is caused by high testosterone levels, which interact with balding genes. Check out this video from Discovery Channel to learn more about balding.
Human Mutants: Castration
Castrated men grow unusually tall because they are deprived of estrogen. Learn more about castration on Discovery Channel's "Human Mutants."
Human Mutants: Castrato
In the 18th century castrato were the headliners of the opera halls. Castrato's were boys who were castrated before puberty to keep their angelic voices. Learn more about the castrato on Discovery Channel's "Human Mutants: The Mystery of Growth."
Human Mutants: Cell Organizer
On Discovery Channel's "Human Mutants: The Mystery of Growth," learn about the way cells are organized and arranged in a human body.
Human Mutants: Dwarf Mutations
On Discovery Channel's "Human Mutants," learn about different kinds of dwarfism and how the mutations occur.
Human Mutants: Embryonic Gastrolation
Learn about the process of gastrolation in an embryo on Discovery Channel's "Human Mutants."
Human Mutants: Embryonic Mutations
On Discovery Channel's "Human Mutants: The Mystery of Growth," learn about different kinds of mutations and how some consider them monstrous.
Human Mutants: Fetal Skeletons
On Discovery Channel's "Human Mutants: The Mystery of Growth," learn how the skeleton begins to grow in an embryo and how it continues to develop.
Human Mutants: Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva
On Discovery Channel's "Human Mutants: The Mystery of Growth," learn about Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva (FOP) and methods scientists use to research this disease.
Human Mutants: FOP Skeleton Mutation
On Discovery Channel's "Human Mutants: The Mystery of Growth," learn about fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva (FOP) disorder where human tissues turn in to bone.
Human Mutants: Gigantism
Learn about gigantism on Discovery Channel's "Human Mutants: The Mystery of Growth."
Human Mutants: Janus Faced Twins
On Discovery Channel's "Human Mutants: The Mystery of Growth," learn about a rare type of conjoined twins called cephalothoracoiliopagus or Janus-faced twins.
Human Mutants: Little People of America Conference
On Discovery Channel's "Human Mutants: The Mystery of Growth," take a visit to the Western States Conference of the Little People of America (LPA) and see what impact the convention has on the lives of people with dwarfism.
Human Mutants: Mutant Human Organs
This Discovery Channel clip shows the inside organs of a conjoined twin and how the position of the organs is reversed.
Human Mutants: Pituitary Dwarfism
On Discovery Channel's "Human Mutants: The Mystery of Growth," learn about pituitary dwarfism in comparison to other types of dwarfism.
Human Mutants: Salamander Leg Growth
Learn how salamanders have contributed to research involving mutations on Discovery Channel's "Human Mutants."
Human Mutants: Siamese Twins
On Discovery Channel's "Human Mutants: The Mystery of Growth," learn how the term Siamese twins developed.
Human Mutants: Sonic Hedgehog Protein Mutation
On Discovery Channel's "Human Mutants," discuss the effects of the Sonic Hedgehog protein that causes the body to grow additional body parts such as a pig with two noses.
Human Mutants: The Mermaid Syndrome
On Discovery Channel's "Human Mutants: The Mystery of Growth," learn about Sirenomelia or the Mermaid Syndrome where a baby is born with both feet fused together.
Human Mutants: The Vrolik Museum in Amsterdam
The Vrolik Museum in Amsterdam has the largest collection of human mutants. Learn more about the Vrolik Museum on Discovery Channel's "Human Mutants: The Mystery of Growth."
Little Parents, Big Charlie: A Lovable Guy
Craig's mom gives us details about Craig's dating life before Becky.
Little Parents, Big Charlie: Baby's First Bounce
Check out Becky and Craig's first time bouncing Charlie.
Little Parents, Big Charlie: Becky's Cooking Show
Becky hosts her own cooking show while she cooks holiday treats for her co-workers.
Little Parents, Big Charlie: Box Of Presents
While Becky wraps Christmas presents for her family, Craig takes care of a big box of presents.
Little Parents, Big Charlie: Charlie And The Cats
Charlie gets to know the Hennon family cats.
Little Parents, Big Charlie: Manscaping
Watch Craig shows us how to create the perfect hair style.
Little Parents, Big Charlie: Messy Baby
Becky and Craig disagree over messes as Charlie enjoys a teething biscuit.
Little Parents, Big Charlie: PDA
In this clip, Becky and Craig share their thoughts on PDA.
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