Good Virus is a feel-good documentary, narrated by Catherine Ryan Hyde, best selling author of the novel and film, Pay It Forward. Good Virus is all about being nice and the benefits of being nice. We profile cutting-edge scientists and authors from Berkeley to Harvard and everywhere in between as well as real life people whose lives illustrate their incredible discovery: THAT KINDNESS IS CONTAGIOUS!Join the Good Virus Community and GET AN INSIDER PREVIEW OF THE FIRST 20 MINUTES! Learn how a little kindness and generosity can help you live a happier, healthier, wealthier, longer and more fulfilling life.
Catherine Ryan Hyde, best selling author of the book (and film) Pay It Forward talks about how her revolutionary movement got started and how it can potentially change the world - even if some people don't follow the rules.
Catherine Hyde’s novels have touched millions of readers and movie audiences. Her novel “Pay It Forward”, became a Hollywood Blockbuster success along with her Pay It Forward Foundation that has sparked and reenergized a worldwide phenomena of good will.
Can someone be both NICE and TOUGH? Agro Vader, Amber Alert and Arsenic-N-Lace talk ponder this question while dispelling the adage "Nice Guys Finish Last".
The L. A. Derby Dolls are Los Angeles' original women's quad-skate banked track roller derby league. The league is composed of more than 120 women divided into five teams who skate on a banked track.
Dacher Keltner, author of “Born To Be Good - The Science Of A Meanigful Life”, talks about the scientific benefits of being kind, including: longer life, higher earnings and better relationships.
Dr. Keltner is also founder of the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley and its faculty director. He has devoted his career to studying the nature of human goodness, conducting ground-breaking research on compassion, awe, laughter, and love.
Dr. David Rand, behavioral scientist at Yale University, talks about the Prisoner's Dilemma, reciprocity and why nice guys always win in the end.
Rand's work on promoting human cooperation has been featured on the front covers of both Nature and Science and reported widely in the media.