Sanjay Gupta, M.D.
The cost of sugar04/29/12
First up a close look at studies concerning the impact of sugar on the body; then, one doctor's intimate tale of surgery; also, a smart and simple way to plan your meals.
Biking: dangers and safety tips
First up, the military rethinks their protocol for sexual assaults; then, chimps in medical testing; also, how authorities handle biking accidents and lastly a personal tale of battling MS.
Under the Microscope: Depression
First an intimate and honest account of one CNNer's battle with depression; then, a discussion with the healthiest man alive; lastly, all those things you should have on hand for a disaster.
A startling tale of childhood obesity
First, an intimate look at one child's struggle with weight; then, the foods that might sabotage weight loss; also, one Olympian shares her story of a difficult childhood.
Startling growth in Autism numbers
First up, digesting the week that was health care in front of the Supremes; then, the many questions surrounding the growth in Autism numbers; lastly, PTSD in the military.
Food Fight over chocolate milk
First up, health care in the courts, breaking down what is and isn't at stake; then, one town fights over chocolate milk; lastly, keeping toxic stuff out of your house.
How to Make Sure Medical Mistakes Don't Happen To You
A closer look at preventable medical mistakes, which some say kill a quarter of a million persons every year. Also how to avoid the most common injuries while working out.
As America ages the problem of Alzheimer's gets more attention; then, shameful treatment of soliders in America's past; lastly, a personal tale of coming back from catastrophe.
The politics of health care
First up, a look at how GOP hopeful Mitt Romney's health care policies played out in Massachusetts; also, struggles with infertility; then, who owns your DNA?
The human cost of cancer drug shortages
First, a look at how cancer drug shortages impact Americans; then, inside one American's battle with addiction.
Gadgets, cancer drugs and diabetes in the kitchen
First up, looking at gadgets that could help keep you healthy; then, explaining why some cancer drugs have been in short supply in the United States; lastly, cooking for health.
Fact checking health care claims
First, a look at the claims made about health care on the campaign trail; then, talking to one of the faces of a controversial ad campaign; lastly, inspirational tale of achievement.
Health, Family and Chips
First up, talking to one doctor who says he knows how to prevent illness; then, taking a look at your family tree; then, the truth behind double dipping chips.
Parent Special: How to Prevent Concussions
Something special for parents, coaches and young athletes: Dr. Gupta lays out the latest science and findings on sports and head injuries. What you need to know about concussions and how to prevent them.
Does Playing Football Harm the Brain?
Dr. Sanjay Gupta takes a look at cutting-edge tools to keep football players safe along with lessons on how to protect young athletes.
Romneycare vs. Obamacare
Football, head injuries and serious consequences as reported by CNN's Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta. Also, the differences between Romneycare and Obamacare.
Overcoming fears and bad eating habits
CNN's Chief Medical Correspondent Sanjay Gupta covers head injuries and football, how to make new eating habits and overcoming fears.
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