Sink your teeth into our collection of food and health documentaries, including: Dying to Have Known, one man's quest for proof of a long-suppressed natural cancer cure; and, the Oscar short-listed Under Our Skin, the untold story of the Lyme disease epidemic.
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Life changes people; especially when it involves one billion volts of electricity
An investigative journey to learn how thirteen percent of America's population have come to constitute over 50% of those infected by the deadly HIV/AIDS virus.
A young doctor is accused of causing panic when he warns a community they are in danger from an epidemic
Aspirin is the best-selling drug in history and has become something of a super drug
An unflinching look at how one family copes with the terminal illness of the matriarch
An exploration of food allergy information and solutions through several families
An elderly woman dies alone in a hospital
Filmmakers Jon Alpert and Keiko Tsuno document the deadly consequences of inadequate funding for patients in NYC hospitals
Portrait of a gay rural mailman
Unconventional voyage into the lives and deaths of our bodies' cells
A look at the leaders of the Pro-Life movement and the lives of individuals who were nearly victims of abortion
Some people store their histories in albums: my story begins in a cookbook
The doctors said they were 99% sure I did not have ovarian cancer. I turned out to be the 1%
At summer camp child cancer patients, ages 6 to 16 discover room in their lives for normal adolescent experiences.
Explore the impact media has on young women's physical, mental and emotional health with tools to break its influence.
THE PAN-AFRICAN EXPRESS tells the story of six young men from Morehouse College who visit South Africa for the first time
This is a tale full of terrible and tragic oddities at Accra 's Psychiatric Hospital (Asylum Down)
Enter the mind of the compulsive hoarder and see why it’s impossible for some people to throw anything away
Six people with OCD describe how to cope through medication, psychotherapy, behavioral therapy, and mutual support
Four women work free from the deadly grip of eating disorders, and the complications associated with these diseases
The remarkable history of the surprising origins and development of this now common medical field of plastic surgery
Profiles of people born intersex with anatomy that doesn't clearly mark them as either male or female
Profiles of women and men from all walks of life with bulimia, killer of nearly 20 percent of its victims every year
I WANT TO TELL YOU SOMETHING is an emotional family story of four-year-old Oskar, who has been deaf since birth, and his twin brother Leo whose hearing is perfect
A look inside the secret chambers where designers and scientists are defining your favorite mouthful of tomorrow
A young man attempts to come to terms with his inner demons
After traveling to Ikaria to die a peaceful death, traditional food, good wine, and the Ikarian winds seem to have had different plans for retiree Mr. Stamatis Moraitis, who is enjoying his days with adolescent vitality
Introverted and cerebral, Dekard is an agricultural engineer who monitors a regimented greenhouse laboratory that produces hybrid asparagus
For fine cuisine, where is the line between food as mere sustenance and as fine art?
A feature documentary that takes an unadulterated look at the food you eat -- what’s on your plate?
HIV: USA is a nationwide creative writing and documentary film project that features participants living with HIV/AIDS
An American soldier returns from Iraq without his left arm and adapts to life with new physical challenges
On the eve of his largest album release, a DJ is admitted to a psychiatric clinic after overdosing at a gig
In a world where people are employed as live body contagions to immunize urban populations, an unvaccinated man resists
A cinematic love letter to a unique moment in the lives of the Soviet youth
In a world of genetically modified agriculture, a heirloom seed black market grows