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Health Gets Personal 1 Season

Discover Health Gets Personal with a collection of fascinating shows dealing with personal issues. Find out if a former reality star who gained back almost all of the 200lb he once lost, can he find the strength to take the weight of again. Learn about extreme sexual disorders and anomalies that plague some relationships. And hear amazing stories of survival... from women who survived amazing circumstances while pregnant.

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1. Autism x 6

Imagine a family with six children under 14 living in an 1100 sq. ft. house, with one bathroom. Now imagine that all 6 of those children are autistic. This program will explore the everyday reality of John and Robin Kirton and their six autistic children.

TV-14 Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: June 17, 2010

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2. Twins by Surprise

TWINS BY SURPRISE tells the amazing stories of 4 women who believed they were pregnant with one child but actually gave birth to two! Doctor and patient interviews combine with cutting edge re-enactments, to relive the drama and tension of the stories.

TV-14 Runtime: 40 minutes Release date: June 17, 2010

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3. Confession of a Reality Show Loser

Erik Chopin once lost more than 200 pounds to win season three of the reality show, The Biggest Loser. Now, having gained almost all of the weight back, Erik is attempting to lose it again.

TV-14 Runtime: 40 minutes Release date: June 17, 2010

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4. Strange Sex

Strange Sex is a one-hour special about extreme sexual disorders and anomalies. The program profiles four individuals suffering from four different conditions. and explores the intricacies, impact, and treatment, of each disorder.

TV-14 Runtime: 39 minutes Release date: June 17, 2010

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5. Disease Detectives

Imagine living with a disease that has no name. A condition so baffling that doctor after doctor can't help you. Your strange symptoms seem so unrelated, that diagnosis is impossible. Or - is it?

TV-14 Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: June 17, 2010

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6. I Was Dead

Your heart stops beating...you're trapped under ice...the blood is drained from your head...Officially, YOU'RE DEAD. But in a few rare cases, you can actually come back from being dead.

TV-14 Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: June 17, 2010

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7. Postpartum Nighmares

Postpartum Nightmares captures the emotional roller coaster of three new mothers who suffer from severe postpartum mood disorders triggered by the birth of their first baby.

TV-14 Runtime: 39 minutes Release date: June 17, 2010

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8. Radical Parenting

This one hour special explores several different families extreme forms of parenting. From attachment parenting to raising a child gender neutral to raising child without consequences. In the diverse world we live in there are some pretty extreme ways.

TV-14 Runtime: 40 minutes Release date: June 17, 2010

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9. Too Many Babies?

One year ago the Jones family was right on track, then they got the surprise of their lives: quintuplets. This is the story of their perfect life, how it got turned completely upside down and how they're learning the ropes all over again.

TV-14 Runtime: 40 minutes Release date: June 17, 2010

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10. She Survived That Pregnant?!

Four pregnant women face the most harrowing moment of their lives and leave their unborn babies hanging in the balance.

TV-14 Runtime: 40 minutes Release date: June 17, 2010

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Network Discovery Channel
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I watched this when it aired on tv & it's a very poor example of how parent an Autistic child. There is no structure for the kids to follow. I used PEC & schedules for my daughter as well as other parents using it. It works wonders. The whole thing just seemed liked they were asking for handouts.
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I enjoyed watching this documentary about autism. Since their are 1 out of 55 children diagnosed with autism in America. It is very important because someone that we love or someone that we know has already been diagnosed with autism.
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I watched it and didn't love it or hate it. Wouldn't watch again, but it was cheap and entertaining enough. Interesting study of human behavior in some ways.
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I love specials about medical conditions, so this is right up my alley. Since Mystery Diagnosis isn't available on Amazon yet, this is a good substitute.
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Honestly I have to say that I don't remember watching this so obviously it was not memorable nor did it leave an impact.
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