Do you want to live forever?
Until now, the idea of immortality has been the stuff of science fiction. But recent scientific breakthroughs have brought extreme life extension within mankind's grasp.
CNN's Inside Man, Morgan Spurlock is OutFront with the secrets of the fountain of youth.
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Morgan Spurlock's "Inside Man: Futurism" airs Sunday at 10pm Eastern.
Fact or fiction? Ebola can wipe out the entire human race like the great plague.
Nope. That's a myth.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta was in Guinea this week, reporting on the outbreak. He explains some common misconceptions of one of the world's most deadly viruses.
It's a race against time to contain the spread of a deadly Ebola Outbreak in Western Africa. It's one of the most contagious diseases known to man.
The death toll is rising, and Ebola has, so far, spread from a remote corner of Guinea to the capital city of Conakry, home to two million people. It has also spread to neighboring Liberia.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta is in Conakry, Guinea with exclusive access to patients being tested for Ebola in an isolation ward. He's OutFront.
An outbreak of the Ebola virus has claimed nearly a hundred lives across West Africa.
Ebola is one of the deadliest viruses in the world, with no known cure.
The outbreak is believed to have originated in Guinea, and has now spread to the neighboring countries.
The symptoms of Ebola include vomiting, diarrhea, even internal and external bleeding.
Vlad Duthiers has the latest on the outbreak.
Editor's note: Don't miss "Weed 2: Cannabis Madness: Dr. Sanjay Gupta Reports," at 10 p.m. ET on Tuesday.
(CNN) – It's been eight months since I last wrote about medical marijuana, apologizing for having not dug deeply into the beneficial effects of this plant and for writing articles dismissing its potential. I apologized for my own role in previously misleading people, and I feel very badly that people have suffered for too long, unable to obtain the legitimate medicine that may have helped them.
I have been reminded that a true and productive scientific journey involves a willingness to let go of established notions and get at the truth, even if it is uncomfortable and even it means having to say "sorry."
It is not easy to apologize and take your lumps, but this was never about me.
This scientific journey is about a growing number of patients who want the cannabis plant as a genuine medicine, not to get high.
It is about emerging science that not only shows and proves what marijuana can do for the body but provides better insights into the mechanisms of marijuana in the brain, helping us better understand a plant whose benefits have been documented for thousands of years. This journey is also about a Draconian system where politics override science and patients are caught in the middle.
Since our documentary "Weed" aired in August, I have continued to travel the world, investigating and asking tough questions about marijuana.