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The latest medical technologies and developments are spotlighted in this series, hosted by CNN's chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta. Reporting from around the world, Dr. Gupta provides a global perspective on how health issues are detected and treated. He delves into important medical stories, secrets for longer living, and clues that might solve medical mysteries.

Latest episodes

aired 459 days ago
Mapping the nervous system and investigating what happens when it doesn't work; technology that enables amputees to communicate with artificial limbs.
aired 473 days ago
Dr. Sanjay Gupta explores aging and longevity from stunning Sardinia to a combined nursing home.
aired 480 days ago
Journey to Nepal to meet a doctor bringing medical care to those who might otherwise never receive it.
aired 536 days ago
Exploring the science behind making something that people will enjoy.
aired 543 days ago
Visiting a revolutionary clinic in Cameroon that is treating eye disease around the world.
aired 578 days ago
Dr Sanjay Gupta explores what it means to disconnect in a place with no cell service, wifi, or radio.
aired 620 days ago
Dr. Sanjay Gupta examines our gut, and the 100 trillion microbes that live in us and on us, making up the microbiome.
aired 634 days ago
Dr. Gupta explores the world of memory and the mind; Learning from champion memory athletes about challenging the brain to improve one's own memory.
aired 711 days ago
From spinal cord injuries to autism, our own cells could shape medicine's next frontier. Exploring the experimental yet encouraging world of stem cells.
aired 739 days ago
Having remained isolated for so long, Iceland has the perfect population for a new project mapping the entire population's genome to gain insight into many diseases.
aired 753 days ago
The human body is capable of extraordinary feats; Dr. Sanjay Gupta meets the team working to break the two-hour marathon.
aired 760 days ago
Dr. Sanjay Gupta explores the world of disease reversal, from Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) to strokes to diabetes.
aired 795 days ago
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta investigates the science behind a new trend where doctors are prescribing video games instead of drugs - training your brain to be stronger, faster, better.
aired 830 days ago
Dr. Sanjay Gupta examines the science and spirituality of medicine.
aired 907 days ago
Dr. Gupta sits down with twins Scott and Mark Kelly after Scott's historic mission of spending a year in space to test the physical and mental toughness needed for a mission to Mars.
aired 914 days ago
From the caves of South Africa to the CDC headquarters, monitoring the work of virus hunters and disease detectives.
aired 935 days ago
From a big emphasis on screenings and preventative care,to vaccine innovations, Dr. Gupta travels to Cuba to see what it has to offer in terms of healthcare despite being a poor country.
aired 1,026 days ago
Spotlighting a Blind veteran who won a gold medal at the 2012 London Paralypmics, as well as other paralympians.
aired 1,033 days ago
Explore the latest topics, trends and discoveries in health, wellness and medicine from around the world.

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