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Inconceivable
NBC,

2005

| Drama, Medical

A drama based around the doctors, psychologists, lawyers and patients at a fertility clinic.


Addicted to Food

Addicted to Food follows eight eating disorder patients (both over and under eaters) at treatment facility Shades of Hope as they work to put the pieces of their lives back together. The focus of this series is not the weight loss, but the underlying struggles of their past that have prevented them from overcoming their food addiction. Tennie McCarty, Shades of Hope founder and therapist, works directly with each patient to help them face their past so they can take positive steps toward their future.


Ben Casey
ABC,

1961

| Drama, Medical

A young resident surgeon faces controversial subjects in a metropolitan hospital.


Grow Your Own Drugs

This show takes a look at James Wong's natural remedies for different ailments.


Be Your Own Doctor

Be Your Own Doctor is a compelling and provocative health programme reflecting the new ways we now approach keeping healthy. Kate Quilton and Dr. Tamal Ray - known for his time on The Great British Bake-Off - hunt down solutions to some of the biggest questions about our health.


Unsafe Sex in the City

Unsafe Sex in the City examines how unsafe unprotected sex is and how it effects Britain's youth as it follows life at a Manchester STI clinic.


Plastic Wives

The one-hour special features four women who are married to some of the most successful cosmetic doctors in Los Angeles.


The Day I Almost Died

Accidents occur without warning, but what if it was your own doing that put yourself into a deadly situation? The Day I Almost Died is a series that combines astounding first-person accounts with stunning dramatic recreations and real life footage to reveal that anyone, at any time, can fall victim to a fatal self-inflicted injury. From falling off a boat only to be sucked under the motor, to shooting a nail gun through your heart, or getting nearly crushed by a big rig, each episode features three harrowing stories of people who almost accidentally killed themselves.


Surgeon Oz

The show follows talk-show host Dr. Memet Oz in his day to day job. Going behind the scenes in the operating room of New York Presbyterian Columbia University Medical Center.


Vets in the Disaster Zone

The show follows Michael Mosley as he makes his way to the Philippines following last November's Typhoon Haiyan to find out how the disaster has affected the animals caught up in the crisis.