Dr Xand van Tulleken investigates the world of performance-enhancing drugs - from the athletes seeking the rewards of fame, glory and lucrative sponsorship deals to the hundreds of thousands of people in the UK now regularly taking anabolic steroids to look good and buff up. What are these drugs? What do they do to the body? And is it worth it? Xand's investigation reveals the extraordinary gamble dopers take with their health. Long-term effects include kidney failure, cognitive impairment and testicular shrinkage, and Xand witnesses how users are self-experimenting with drugs that have not yet been approved for human use.
Starting a business can be pricey. Breakeven analysis and cost-volume-profit analysis will help you understand when—and if—your business will start to recover those costs and begin making a profit. Understanding your breakeven point will help you to determine how much you need in revenue to keep your business going.
Killing the Messenger : The Deadly Cost of News is a riveting documentary showing what censorship looks like close up, revealing the true human cost of news and what it takes to stay alive to get the story. Journalists reporting in Mexico, Russia and the conflict zones of Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria relate stories of kidnapping, intimidation and beatings. Their vividly rendered tales about the loss of colleagues in the field and narrow escapes from death point to their dedication to the job, and the illusion of any real protection. These stories are heartfelt, captivating, shocking – and unforgettable.