Strange Medical Conditions
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Disease Detectives: Who Are The Disease Detectives?
"Disease Detectives" follows a real-life "Dr. House" that brings viewers inside Undiagnosed Disease Program (UDP) at the National Institutes for Health (NIH) as they attempt to solve real medical mysteries and help desperate patients.
Disease Detectives: Chance To Grow Up
"Disease Detectives" follows a real-life "Dr. House" that brings viewers inside Undiagnosed Disease Program (UDP) at the National Institutes for Health (NIH) as they attempt to solve real medical mysteries and help desperate patients.
Medical Incredible: Man-size Toddler
Discovery Health's "Medical Incredible" follows a toddler living in Australia who is four times as large as he should be because of a rare disease, pseudohypoparathyroidism.
Medical Mysteries: Eye Eating Bugs
From the Animal Planet series Monsters Inside Me, 16-year-old Mallory begins experiencing excruciating pain in her eyes and a strange sensitivity to light. Her family is shocked when they find out the cause of her debilitating condition.
Medical Mysteries: Treeman Disease
From the TLC program, Treeman Meets Treeman, Dede meets another man that has his horrible condition. And, scientists identify a third man that has it as well. They hope find a link genetic between Dede and these men that may lead to a cure.
Trapped in a Meeting: Heterochromia
Heterochromia iridum is a medical condition in which the eyes are different colors. This week on Trapped in a Meeting, find out how melanin (or the lack thereof) causes this condition.
Weird, True and Freaky: Narcoleptic Dog
It's lights out at the drop of a hat, for four-year-old Skeeter, who suffers from narcolepsy the same as humans.
Chuck Bryant: Sleepwalker
It turns out that Chuck has been known to sleepwalk. But what exactly is it, and how does it work? Listen in as Josh and Chuck explore the strange world of sleepwaking.
Human Mutants: Salamander Leg Growth
Learn how salamanders have contributed to research involving mutations on Discovery Channel's "Human Mutants."
Human Mutants: Cell Organizer
On Discovery Channel's "Human Mutants: The Mystery of Growth," learn about the way cells are organized and arranged in a human body.
Human Mutants: A Second Skeleton
On Discovery Channel's "Human Mutants: The Mystery of Growth," the disease, fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva (FOP), is explained. Its symptoms are like the formation of a second skeleton.
Is It Possible: Real Life Popeye
Born with a rare genetic characteristic causing his left arm to be 3 times the size of his right, Matthias Schlitte decided to turn his disability into his advantage....as a professional arm wrestler.
I Didn't Know I Was Pregnant: Bathroom Delivery
After experiencing a night filled with severe abdominal cramps, Katlyn is surprised to discover that she is having a baby - on the bathroom floor.