The Other Side of Impossible
Journalist Susannah Meadows tells the thrilling stories of seven families who were determined to solve the unsolvable.
Their adventures take us to the outer frontiers of medical science, as Meadows explores research into the mind's potential to heal the body, the role food may play in reversing disease, and the surprising power of perseverance, hope, and more.
One boy who has severe food allergies undergoes an unconventional therapy and is soon able to eat everything.
A physician with MS creates her own combination of treatments and goes from a wheelchair to riding a bike again.
A child diagnosed with ADHD refuses to take medication and, after changing his diet, improves his life.
Meadows takes us into the lives of these and other remarkable people, their heartbreaks and triumphs.
She also talks with scientists who study the circumstances that may make some people keep going when others feel helpless.
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