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Less than a month after 60 Minutes featured a report about Kaleo, a company criticized for charging $4100 for Evzio, an auto-injector containing the opioid overdose-reversal drug naloxone, Kaleo announced it will offer a generic version for $178
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60 Minutes 11h
Last month, 60 Minutes featured a report about Kaleo, a company that was criticized for charging $4100 for an easy-to-use injector containing the opioid overdose-reversal drug naloxone. Kaleo just announced it will offer a generic version for $178.
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60 Minutes Dec 10
What time spent on their phones now could mean for your kids in the future: 60 Minutes goes inside the most ambitious study of adolescent brain development ever attempted.
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60 Minutes Dec 10
2018 has been a rocky year for Elon Musk, but has the past decade changed the Tesla CEO? 60 Minutes looks back on the entrepreneur's first interview with us in 2008.
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60 Minutes Dec 10
“It’s not a transferable skill.” The doctor who co-authored the American Academy of Pediatrics’ screen time guidelines tells Anderson Cooper how he’s observed toddlers interacting with tablets in his laboratory.
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60 Minutes Dec 9
At 12, he pulled a knife on his mother and brother and was sent to solitary confinement. By 24, he had a Master’s in music and was performing at the Metropolitan Opera. Scott Pelley tells Ryan Speedo Green’s remarkable story.
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60 Minutes Dec 9
How does screen time affect your kids’ emotional development and mental health? The truth is, no one really knows yet. But the federal government via the National Institutes of Health is trying to find out.
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60 Minutes Dec 9
Because Green is only 32, his bass-baritone voice will continue to mature for about another 10 years. His audiences today often include Elizabeth Hughes, one of the teachers who never gave up on him, and his mother with whom he has reconciled.
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60 Minutes Dec 9
Ryan Speedo Green says being a black opera singer has “been good and bad.” In the beginning of his career he says he wanted to break stereotypes. “I wanted for people to think of me as an opera singer, not a black opera singer.”
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60 Minutes Dec 9
That day, Green left the opera knowing he wanted to be a performer. At 24, he entered a competition at the MET and beat more than a thousand other contestants. (2/2)
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60 Minutes Dec 9
Green joined chorus, among other after-school activities. On a field trip to New York, he fell in love with the talent of Denyce Graves, a black opera singer who was performing the lead in “Carmen” at the Metropolitan Opera. (½)
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60 Minutes Dec 9
School and his teachers were a haven for young Green, but fights at home were intense. After pulling a knife on his mother and brother, Green was put in juvenile detention. There, his former teacher still reached out to help him.
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60 Minutes Dec 9
Green says he was abused by his mother, and he returned that abuse. He once threw a desk at a teacher on his first day of school.
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60 Minutes Dec 9
Today, Ryan Speedo Green is a member of the Vienna State Opera and performs worldwide in German, French, English and Italian. But as a kid, he had such violent tendencies, he spent time in juvenile detention and a special class for delinquents.
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60 Minutes Dec 9
According to a national survey by Common Sense Media, teens spend an avg. of 4.5 hours a day on their phones. Facebook and Instagram recently introduced features allowing users to monitor time spent on the apps. Apple’s new OS enables time restriction.
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60 Minutes Dec 9
In a month-long experiment at the University of Pennsylvania, college students who limited themselves to just 30 min. Per day on Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat reported significant decreases in loneliness and depression.
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60 Minutes Dec 9
Dr. Kara Bagot, who is working on the NIH study, believes that screen time stimulates dopamine release, meaning, “you’re more likely to act impulsively and use social media compulsively instead of checking yourself.”
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60 Minutes Dec 9
Dr. Dimitri Christakis at Seattle Children’s Hospital authored the American Academy of Pediatrics’ most recent guidelines on screen time that recommend avoiding screen time for kids under 2.
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60 Minutes Dec 9
So far, researchers have scanned 4,500 brains. The first wave of data revealed significant differences in the brains of some kids who are using smartphones, tablets and playing video games more than 50 hours a week.
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60 Minutes Dec 9
The NIH has launched a $300M study of adolescent brain development that includes the impact of screen time. Scientists at 21 sites throughout the country have begin scanning the brains out thousands of 9-10-year-olds.
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