Inside Health

by BBC · · · · 153 subscribers

Series that demystifies health issues, separating fact from fiction and bringing clarity to conflicting health advice.

The 1:4 statistic; Falklands Diary & Ancestors and Intelligence...
Claudia Hammond looks at how social networking is changing adoption...
Mapping the brain, online psychological support for cancer...
John O'Donoghue, Digital memories and the Work Capability Assessment...
John O'Donoghue, Digital memories and the Work Capability Assessment
Claudia Hammond looks at how the senses effect memory, food and design...
Forensic science and psychology; Testosterone and City traders; Suicide terrorism...
All In The Mind with Claudia Hammond. Brain injury in young offenders, an unusual case of memory loss, plus how to stop worrying....
Battlefield Mental Health, antidepressants and morality and Community Treatment Orders...
But does paying people to be healthy work? Claudia Hammond assesses the evidence and makes a discovery that astonishes her....
We take it for granted that blood will be available if we need an emergency transfusion. Dr Mark Porter explores the issues of consent when giving a patient a blood transfusion...
Dr Mark Porter investigates the good and bad fats we eat and how they impact on our health, from trans fats associated with heart disease to the health benefits of fish oils....
Dr Mark Porter gets his kit on to investigate biomechanics and sports injuries at the University of Bath Sports Village...
It's been estimated that 10% of patients in hospital experience something that could cause them medical harm. Mark Porter asks why, and explores how to improve patient safety.
Vertigo and dizziness can ruin people's lives. Dr Mark Porter investigates balance disorders - what causes them and the latest ideas for treatment from physiotherapy to surgery.
Instead of putting patients to sleep, many major surgical procedures can be done under regional anaesthesia. Mark Porter visits Reading's Royal Berkshire Hospital to investigate.
How should a surgeon respond when obese patients, who have paid privately for weight loss surgery, seek NHS help when that surgery has unexpected consequences.
Telemedicine means that doctors and patients no longer need to be in the same room to have a consultation. Mark Porter reports on the rise of telemedicine in Wales and Scotland.
Joan Bakewell discusses medical ethics with a panel of experts. When should a seriously ill child have a say in their treatment?
Dr Mark Porter goes to Birmingham to visit the surgery of Steve Field, GP and Chairman of The Royal College of General Practitioners. They offer tips on how to get the best from your doctor and discuss the impact of the government's new changes to the NHS.