Health Documentaries

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SiCKO | 124 minutes
This is Michael Moore's new documentary about healthcare or the lack of it in the United States. Learn why U.S. healthcare is second-rate yet by far the most expensive in the world.
Join a journalist as he travels to Africa to see if British American Tobacco is breaking its own code of ethics by marketing to children.
Beyond Treason | 89 minutes
Did you know that over 500,000 'Gulf-War veterans' are currently receiving disability compensation from the U.S. government even though only 467 were wounded in the gulf war conflict? What is 'Gulf War Syndrome' and is the U.S. intentionally using illegal weapons that are killing and maiming not only civilians but also its own soldiers?
Big Bucks, Big Pharma | 45 minutes
This new documentary looks at how illness is used, manipulated, and, in some instances, created by pharmaceutical companies to make greater profits.
Stanislaw Burzynski, MD, PhD boldly challenged the Food and Drug Administration for his right to begin FDA-approved clinical trials on a breakthrough cancer treatment he developed. Burzynski tells the true story of a medical doctor and Ph.D biochemist who won the largest, and possibly the most convoluted and intriguing legal battle against the Food & Drug Administration in American history.
Carbon for Water | 23 minutes
The award-winning short film by Evan Abramson & Carmen Elsa Lopez brings to life the daily struggles experienced by millions of residents living in western Kenya without easy access to safe drinking water. But the film is also about hope. It showcases a unique new public health program providing the region with sustainable access to clean water
Global Dimming | 47 minutes
What was it that one scientist measured the day after 9/11 2001 that caused him to make dire predictions on climate change? This film introduces the concept of global dimming, which will compound the severity of Global Warming if this scientists theories are correct.
Someday the name "Rick Simpson" with be a household name. He will be known as the man who rediscovered the cure for cancer by everyone. Rick's journey to finding the cure for cancer starts back in 2003. In 2003 Rick was diagnosed with basal cell carcinoma skin cancer. He had 3 spots of cancer on his body. 2 on his face and 1 on his neck. Rick's decision on how to handle this diagnosis would be wo
Justicia Now! | 40 minutes
A film that documents the physical and emotional reality of those affected by this toxic contamination of the Chevron Texaco oil dump in the Ecuadorian Amazon rainforest.
Meet Your Meat | 13 minutes
Narrated by Alec Baldwin, this short documentary covers each stage of life of animals raised for food.
Montana Meth | 59 minutes
Montana Meth paints a broad, harrowing picture of the meth problem in Montana, which ranks second in the nation for teenage and adult abuse of the drug.
Panacea or Poison? | 54 minutes
An informative documentary about GE and GMO products, their safety and lack of regulation in the U.S.
This forceful film gives a historical look at the dark past of Psychiatry and makes a case for the pharmaceutical and psychiatric industries corrupting our courts, schools and hospitals in the pursuit of money.
Street Medicine | 30 minutes
America is the only country in the industrialized world which does not provide universal health care. Initiatives providing free medical care and social services to the homeless and uninsured population in the United States are very few but are making a remarkable difference in their communities.
How dangerous is your diet sodas and products? From its history, to its effects, this video is enough to shock anyone into really looking at the food labels next time they shop. When you watch this film you will wonder how Aspartame (i.e. NutraSweet) was approved by the FDA. The film answers this and shows how Donald Rumsfeld then President of Searle, was able to push it through the process over
The Fragile Promise of Choice: Abortion in the United States Today is a documentary film by Dorothy Fadiman which examines abortion rights and access in the U.S. in 1996 which was 23 years after the legislative decision, Roe vs. Wade.
The Future of Food | 89 minutes
“The Future of Food” offers an in-depth investigation into the disturbing truth behind the unlabeled, patented, genetically engineered foods that have quietly filled our grocery store shelves for the past decade. Did you know that virtually all Americans have eaten genetically modified food yet there is no required labeling of these food products?
The Future of Weed | 43 minutes
Motherboard heads to Denver, ground zero for cannabis legalization, and home to a booming tech sector in what could be called the Silicon Valley of weed, to inhale the newest high-tech highs. This film visits the key players scaling up this new green tech, wrapping our heads around all the money to be made, cracking open the confusing science of America's No. 1 cash crop, and smoking dabs.
The Origins of AIDS | 90 minutes
What was the cause of AIDS? Though it is widely agreed that Aids originated from Chimpanzees, how it came from the chimpanzees to men is hotly debated. This film provides strong evidence of scientists being inadvertently responsible.
“The Slow Poisoning of India” shows how the uses of toxic pesticides have caused widespread congenital abnormalities in the children of Kochinim, Kerala. The film also discusses the effects of the rampant use of fertilizers and pesticides in decimating the ecology of the region and how farmers are moving back to organic farming to ensure sustained development.
The Tobacco Conspiracy | 92 minutes
If you smoke you should watch this. This well made film takes a look at the business side of Tobacco companies and explores the details of a very corrupt industry.
The Union | 104 minutes
Ever wonder what British Columbia's most profitable industries are? Logging? Fishing? Tourism? Ever think to include marijuana? If you haven't, think again. No longer a hobby for the stereotypical hippie culture of the 60s, BC's illegal marijuana trade industry has evolved into a seemingly unstoppable business giant, dubbed by those involved as 'The Union'. Commanding upwards of $7 billion Canad
The Vaccine Nation | 90 minutes
Are US mandatory vaccines causing autism and killing thousands of children each year? Are doctors misdiagnosing vaccine poisoning with shaken baby syndrome?
Lighting Up tells the story of the modern cigarette. The program shows how American cigarette baron Buck Duke carved up the world's cigarette markets with the British, establishing the basis for today's tobacco empires.
In "Smokescreen," the second episode of TOBACCO WARS, insiders describe how, as markets and profits expanded in the 1960s and 70s, tobacco companies aggressively fought opposition to their products -- whether political, legal or scientific. For years, scientists had been revealing the deadly effects of cigarettes, yet the tobacco industry ignored, undermined or suppressed their results. And regula
The series culminates with "Smoked Out," an account of the pitched courtroom battles of the 1980s and 90s -- when Big Tobacco finally negotiated with anti-smoking forces under pressure of litigation, and the prospect of increased regulation. The episode also discusses marketing and advertising campaigns targeted at teenagers who, according to anti-tobacco campaigners, need to be recruited each yea

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