cs130703 Current State #121 | July 3, 2013 By Current State • Jul 3, 2013 Today on Current State: Three-parent embryos; Neighbors in Action features Advent House Ministries; dental care for impoverished children; the battle of Gettysburg; and a film review on "The Lone Ranger." Taking a look at the 'three-parent embryo' By Current State • Jul 3, 2013 Flickr/Andrew Huff Listen Listening... / 12:09 Developments in the world of genetics, although sometimes very difficult to understand, can still be absolutely mesmerizing. Case in point: take a newspaper headline from last Friday titled, “UK may OK creating babies... with DNA from 3 people.” Neighbors in Action: Advent House Ministries By Current State • Jul 3, 2013 Listen Listening... / 14:26 For over 25 years, Lansing’s Advent House Ministries has offered a multitude of comprehensive services to residents in need, from job readiness training to transitional shelter to literacy programs. Study shows low-income children lack basic dental care access By Current State • Jul 3, 2013 Flickr/Creative Commons Listen Listening... / 9:40 A sobering new study shows that millions of children, including some covered by Medicaid, lack access to basic dental care. Gettysburg 150th: Michigan's role in the Civil War Part 3 By Current State • Jul 3, 2013 Wikimedia Commons Listen Listening... / 8:55 On the rolling hills of southern Pennsylvania 150 years ago this week, 90,000 Union troops collided with 75,000 Confederate soldiers for the Battle of Gettysburg. Film review: 'The Lone Ranger' By Current State • Jul 3, 2013 Flickr/Peter Mountain Listen Listening... / 4:15 Current State's newest contributor MSU professor and filmmaker Jeffrey Wray offers commentary on art of cinema.