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Vital Signs with Dr. Sanjay Gupta

Vital Signs with Dr. Sanjay Gupta
  • Intergenerational care: Where kids help the elderly live longer

  • The centenarians dominating one region of Sardinia

  • Living near nature linked to longer lives, says study

  • About Vital Signs

    Vital Signs explores health stories from around the world, giving a global perspective on how health issues are detected, treated and handled socially.

    Read more about CNN's special reports policy.

In Depth 

    Healthy Minds

  • Game shows that ability to navigate declines at young age

  • Do brain-training exercises really work?

  • How to stop city life from stressing you out

  • How language is processed by your brain

    Training the body

  • How a blinded soldier won gold at the Paralympics

  • How prosthetics can help a boy's dream come true

  • Run, swim and cycle with prosthetics

    Breaking the Sound Barrier

  • Derrick Coleman makes 'No Excuses'

  • Deaf Super Bowl champion who broke the sound barrier

  • Neuroscientist's quest to understand language

  • Next generation hearing implants for kids

    Floating Hospital

  • Onboard the world's largest floating hospital

  • Saving lives on the world's biggest hospital ship

  • U.S. navy brings critical health care to Jamaica

  • What it's like to operate on a navy ship

    Donors Saving Lives

  • The secrets that make Sherpas superhuman hikers

  • The man with the golden arm

  • Donors make a difference

  • Woman meets donor who saved her life

  • This man's blood has saved 2 million babies

    Sleep Science

  • Overcoming sleep apnea

  • Tired all of the time?

  • Why sleep matters

  • Quiz: The science of sleep

  • The woman who slept, but got no rest

  • The 'snoring sickness' that leaves you gasping for breath

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