A good death with friends and family Aug. 9, 2022
Friends and family are being trained to administer medicines to ease loved ones' dying.
Smitha Mundasad asks what Covid will be like in the future, and new uses for old drugs.
Cows' milk allergy in babies and gout in adults.
James asks if the monkeypox virus is evolving. New research on mind body connections.
Medical language, chemo brain & heatwaves July 12, 2022
James Gallagher explores the words that can belittle or blame when we visit the doctor.
How's your hay fever? July 5, 2022
James Gallagher finds out everything you need to know.
The Power of the Dog March 22, 2022
Does owning a dog lengthen your life?
Long Covid revisited March 15, 2022
It's a long Covid reunion on Inside Health.
Multiple sclerosis and the Epstein Barr virus March 8, 2022
Multiple sclerosis mystery solved: Glandular fever virus is the cause.
Cervical screening, blood donation & measles March 1, 2022
How often do we need a smear test? James Gallagher investigates.
Rapid genome sequencing in the clinic Feb. 22, 2022
Doctors break world speed record for sequencing patient's DNA in super-fast diagnosis.
Can I take HRT forever & hydration myths Feb. 15, 2022
Can you take HRT forever? And what's the best way to keep hydrated? James busts the myths.
Pig organs for transplant patients Feb. 8, 2022
We talk to the doctor behind the first successful pig heart to human operation.
James Gallagher tackles a favourite listener question: will we need boosters forever?
New therapies for sickle cell disease Jan. 25, 2022
Hopes for a gene editing cure for sickle cell disease.
Asthma inhalers and Covid antivirals Jan. 18, 2022
Could switching your asthma inhaler be kinder to the planet and better for your health?
Omicron Jan. 11, 2022
Why is the Omicron Covid variant more infectious? And are treatments still effective
New Year's Resolutions Jan. 4, 2022
Are New Year's resolutions good for our health?
Prediabetes, Experiments in zero gravity Nov. 2, 2021
Prediabetes and medical experiments in zero gravity.
PPE waste and blood test tube shortage Oct. 26, 2021
How the NHS is going green to reduce its PPE waste.