Here are some funny but also educating videos that are around on the internet.

Patch Adams
TEDx Talk Utrecht University
Patch is both a medical doctor and a clown, but he is also a social activist who has devoted 30 years to changing America’s healthcare system, a system that he describes as expensive and elitist.He believes that laughter, joy and creativity are an integral part of the healing process and therefore, true health care must incorporate those aspects of life. Doctors and patients in his model relate to each other on the basis of mutual trust and patients receive plenty of time from their doctors. Allopathic doctors and practitioners of alternative medicine will work side by side in Patch’s model. Ifyou think that all sounds like a utopian impossibility, it isn’t. Patch and his colleagues practiced medicine at the Gesundheit Institute together in West Virginia that way for 12 years in what Patch refers to as their “pilot project.” In that time they saw 15,000 patients. From that experience onward Patch Adams has devoted his life to the study of what makes people happy.
Ron Gutman reviews a raft of studies about smiling, and reveals some surprising results. Did you know your smile can be a predictor of how long you’ll live — and that a simple smile has a measurable effect on your overall well-being? Prepare to flex a few facial muscles as you learn more about this evolutionarily contagious behavior.
In this calm and factual talk, geneticist Wendy Chung shares what we know about autism spectrum disorder — for example, that autism has multiple, perhaps interlocking, causes. Looking beyond the worry and concern that can surround a diagnosis, Chung and her team look at what we’ve learned through studies, treatments and careful listening.
E.D. Just Called a Stroke Code

A “Brain Attack” or stroke is an emergency. Produced and choreographed by DaiWai Olson, RN, PhD, Camera and Editing by Chandler Clamp (DePaul, 2018) and Scott Clamp. Singing by AlJean Santos. Dancing by all the wonderful professionals at Clements University Hospital and Zale Lipshy University Hospital in Dallas, Texas.

Russell Howard telling a story about a boy with cancer
Asperger’s, not what you think it is
Krister Palo is a 15-year-old student at the International School of the Hague who just happens to have Asperger’s syndrome. In his talk, he shares misconceptions about people with Asperger’s syndrome, and breaks down some of these popular stereotypes and assumptions
TED Talk about Neuroplasticity by Lara Boyd
Hansel and Gretel different musical versions (2017)

Otto Waalkes (a German Comedian) sings, 11 years later, new versions  of the famous fairy tale Hansel and Gretel

Hansel and Gretel different musical versions (2006)

Otto Waalkes (a German Comedian) sings different musical versions of the famous fairy tale Hansel and Gretel

The Famous EKG-Dance
In this empowering lecture, Professor Tony Attwood discusses the defining characteristics of ‘Aspies’ – people with Asperger’s Syndrome – and how these change from early childhood to the adult years and vary according to gender. Professor Attwood challenges you to imagine life through the eyes of an Aspie, and recognise the invaluable and unique contribution they make to society and intellectual development.
An introduction to autism that aims to raise awareness among young non-autistic audiences, to stimulate understanding and acceptance in future generations. It is intended to be viewed, discussed and shared widely by anyone but especially teachers and parents

if you have some other interesting videos please let me know by humouring me.