Trust Me, I’m a Doctor: Series 2
Health-Medical Documentary hosted by Michael Mosley, published by BBC in 2015 – English narration
Trust Me, I’m A Doctor Series 2
The series that cuts through the confusing adverts, headlines and health advice to provide information you need to live healthily.
1) Part 1
Can we eat the same food and still lose weight? In a world first, Dr Chris van Tulleken discovers how to make some of our favourite meals healthier without changing a single ingredient. Medical journalist Michael Mosley finds out why getting more sun on our skin can actually be good for us. Surgeon Gabriel Weston travels to the US to witness a remarkable surgical procedure that’s helping the paralysed to regain movement. Also, GPs can prescribe acupuncture on the NHS but does it work? Dr Salehya Ahsan looks at the evidence for this controversial treatment.
2) Part 2
Can foods be as potent as medicines? It’s claimed garlic, beetroot and watermelon can all reduce our blood pressure – but what’s the truth? Dr Chris van Tulleken investigates. Medical journalist Michael Mosley quizzes leading experts to discover if sugar really is a toxin. Dr Saleyha Ahsan dispels some popular myths about treating burns and surgeon Gabriel Weston travels to Russia to witness a controversial operation where stems cells are being used to rebuild organs.
3) Part 3
Does caffeine really help us to stay alert and what are the alternatives? In this programme some surprising ways to boost our brains are put to the test. Also medical journalist Michael Mosley examines the growing trend for electronic cigarettes and asks if they are safe. Dr Chris van Tulleken investigates if household chores can count as exercise. Dr Saleyha Ahsan gives first-aid tips on how to treat someone suffering from hypothermia and surgeon Gabriel Weston sees life-saving surgery that involves removing all the blood from a patient’s body.
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Published on: Feb 03, 2016 @ 00:59