Viral Video of the Day: This PSA Takes a Very Unexpected Turn

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Stay in school kids... or else.

Directed by M. Night Shyamalan.

PSA of the Day: An Average Man and a Parkour Expert Show Why it's Smart to Have Health Insurance

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Nacho Punch has come up with a creative way to encourage you to get health insurance. It Stars an "average man" attempting to perform trick-for-trick with a parkour expert.

PSA of the Day: Disabled Mannequins Displayed in Department Store Windows

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Zurich advocacy group Pro Infirmis created this moving video in which mannequins were created not in the form of perfection, but to display bodies of the disabled with diseases like scoliosis or those with missing limbs. The mannequins were displayed in department store windows with the hope that they would bring further awareness to narrow expectations of fashion and support the acceptance of those with disabilities.

Musical PSA of the Day: Get Off the Phone

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We all know that person (or people) who can't ever seem to put down the phone and enjoy life without a screen between their face and the rest of the world. This is a message for them from Rhett & Link.

PSA of the Day: The Internet's Favorite Astronaut has a Message About Movember

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Astronaut Chris Hadfield who became famous for his hundreds of YouTube videos made from space, is now back home and has a "down to Earth" message about Movember.

PSA of of the Day: An Apple a Day Could Save Thousands of Lives

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We've all heard, "An apple a day keeps the doctor a way." This video presents an entirely different perspective on how that single act could do so much more.



PSA of the Day is a feature series presenting a variety of notable public service announcements and cautionary messages.

Parody PSA of The Day: Millennials Apologize for Sucking So Bad

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This sarcastic PSA video brought to you by Can Opener Studio offers a series of apologetic messages from the Millennial Generation for being unemployed, crippled by student loan debt and texting too much in an economy void of the manufacturing jobs that were once readily available for the baby boomers and their parents' generation.