Showing 37–44 of 44 results
Reflections on Dying
In this sensitive sound portrait, persons who are dying and those who provide counseling to them are heard pondering the questions of life and death from a realistic perspective. Featured is Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross and others.
The Social Brain
Daniel Goleman is a former New York Times science reporter specializing in how brain function affects the way we feel and perceive life, particularly how people develop different levels of empathy.
The Vegetable Chronicles$0.00 Order Now
When a gifted artist and media producer near Los Angeles is stricken with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease), a community of friends comes together to support him as he develops ingenious ways to continue creating his art work, even without the use of his limbs.
Exploring a fascinating philosophy of community and spiritual service, this documentary visits a hospice where all staff are volunteers and all patients receive care free of charge.
Universal Health Care
Many doctors and nurses feel trapped in a structure they say sometimes prevents them from providing adequate care to their patients. One couple, both researchers at Harvard Medical School and both internists practicing at Cambridge Hospital in Massachusetts, are leaders in the movement among medical professionals to reform health care in America.
The Search for Well-Being
We examine a fascinating new model of health care: integrative medicine.
The Will to Live
Part A: Cancer patients find a remarkable human connection in supportive dialogues with other patients.
Part B: Physician Rachel Naomi Remen counsels patients drawing from her own bout with a life-threatening illness.