. chris martinez reports. 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick once again refused to stand during the star spangled banner.. this time at thursday night's and moments after the team's annual salute to the military. he was also joined in protest by his teammate, safety eric reid. the crowd erupted in boos as kaepernick took the field to start the game... immediately leading the 49ers to their first touchdown. after the game, kaepernick addressed the protest. we want to make sure the message we're trying to send isn't coming along with it. kaepernick's actions first captured attention last week when he stayed seated during the national anthem at another preseason game protesting what he calls -oppression of minorities in america. (chris martinez/cbs news/san diego) fans at thursday night's game had plenty to say about kaepernick's political activism. "kaepernick , don't ever ever again, brother." /// "he's doing a huge thing by speaking out and speaking up and taking a stand and saying something is acknowledging something that is repressed in this country and has been for a long time."
type of housing aimed at millennials that trades privacy for social connections. chris martinez shows us how it works. >>>"this is your pod and you got your outlets and you got your nightlight, lights go out at 11 " elvina beck is so renovated loft... that she calls the future of housing. (elvina beck/ podshare founder) "we're in the sharing economy people are sharing their homes, their cars, tasks are being shared online" beck is the founder of 'podshare'... a membership based residence designed for people who are on vacation or staying in the area on a temporary basis. its part of the movement toward co-living. more buildings like this are popping up around the nation that offer dorm like living with modern amentities. residents can live, eat and exercise together. (chris martinez/ cbs news/ los angeles) podshare is a no frills version of the same concept a that price includes a bed - tv - and storage area. what's missing - is privacy. every pod is wide open - to encourage interaction with other guests. (elvina beck/ podshare founder) "give up a little bit of privacy and gain a whol
if they could answer that question and chris martinez tells us.. what they found could lead to a breakthrough for alzheimer's. >>>harley carbery has developed an almost super human sense of smell over the years. (harley carbery/ director of wine, mandalay bay resort) identifying the different aromatic or flavor as a wine connoisseur or sommelier - he says he can detect almost any ingredient in a glass of wine... (harley carbery/ director of wine, mandalay bay resort ) dry roses, potpourri, very floral... now research shows - that keen sense of smell has developed his brain there's just a lot more activity there... dr. sarah banks did brain scans on 13 sommelier's and 13 "non-experts" as they smelled various scents of wines and fruits. she found the wine experts could detect scents the others could not. but a are bigger including areas susceptible to alzheimer's. (dr. sarah banks/ cleveland clinic center for brain health) the fact that the parts of the brain that are bigger are those parts that are most vulnerable to diseases like alzheimer's or parkinson's bodes pretty well for t
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