The videos from TEDMED 2009, TED's medicine-themed conference, are finally starting to creep onto the Web. You can find them here. The first and currently only video stars the magician David Blaine. Blaine shares his story about holding his breath for 17 minutes and 4.4 seconds, which is apparently a world record (it does seem quite long). As for me, I'm just holding my breath until the next TEDMED video shows up.
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