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When you step into the body -- exhibit in New York's Times Square the -- unique collection of nearly 200 human specimens.
Full bodies in single organs on display.
Preserved through a process called -- nation which was initially invented to teach anatomy at universities.
Now it's teaching a much different less people really fear and kind.
Who strive tool -- healthier -- stopped smoking.
Strive for healthier for exercising more -- deaths.
Maybe at the very educational but also emotional experience that people have component well.
Doctor Angelina wall.
This one called polls shows the effects disease the environment and lifestyle choices have.
Not only would think.
Nobody on the planet if this trend when it is disease would normally take it for content but we don't know alliance they've given -- -- -- trance we'll vote.
And also a generation and -- and older and it is.
To stay healthy over the last time the federal -- while all buddies living.
I'll hand on display -- heart -- suffered a heart attack and enlarged spleen due to leukemia.
And a brain that had a stroke.
A city long can also be seen -- from a donor who lived in a big city like New York.
See the black dots that's where smog and pollution took -- There's also a -- long which is what struck a chord with 37 year old -- wait.
He's donating his body to the exhibit when he dies because he says he was taught not to be wasteful.
When he first on the exhibit -- didn't have health insurance he said he quickly fix that after seeing the display I'm hoping that we can -- me as.
Yeah longest lasting person someone who has -- an advantage.
The body donation program was started in the 1980s and has more than thirteen thousand volunteers.
For more information go to body worlds dot com.
I'm Rick Leventhal Fox News.
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