Examines attachment parenting; back-to-basics approach to child raising. The idea is that mothers agree to every demand a child makes.
Reveals the chilling details about the origins and creators of Thalidomide. The drug was developed by German pharmaceutical giant Grunenthal in the 1950s and sold in millions of doses. No one knows just how many babies died. But those that did survive suffered horrific birth defects.
AT ANY COST
Features an interview with Triple gold medallist Marion Jones. She caused a massive scandal when she admitted using performance enhancing drugs at the Sydney Games. Nowadays those drugs are even more sophisticated and difficult to detect.