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Medical series in which Dr Mark Porter explores health issues of the day.
Topics include Vitamin D, an air ambulance blood trial and phantom limb pain.
Dr Mark Porter hosts a special debate on the current state of the NHS.
Over-the-counter prescriptions, virtual reality for rehab, sore throats and antibiotics.
Hernias, hands and varicose veins might not be treated on the NHS in the future.
Preventable deaths in hospitals, Mark visits a stool bank, and evidence for water births.
Do funding requests hinder NHS operations? Plus breast cancer prevention.
Evidence suggests paracetamol is not as effective as previously thought for chronic pain.
Mark Porter reports on two landmark trials assessing when and how to treat prostate cancer
Dying at Home; Familial Hypercholesterolaemia FH; Delirium.
There is confusion about how teens should be getting the new Meningitis ACWY vaccine.
This edition looks at ministrokes, a midwife study, and cyclic vomiting syndrome.
Breast cancer and bisphosphonates, alcoholism and Baclofen, CRPS, generics.
A new way of tracking cancer is exciting oncologists worldwide.
Obesity and smoking, should blood pressure targets get lower? And medicating ADHD.
Dr Mark Porter finds out how hip arthroscopy is increasingly being used.
Has media coverage of statins caused people to come off the drugs?
Dr Mark Porter investigates whether brain training can cut cases of dementia by a third.
Papilloedema, cardiac death in sport, diagnosing early miscarriage, Warfarin.
Dr Mark Porter looks at care.data, asthma, acne rosacea and pacemakers.
David Haslam, chair of NICE, on managing the millions of people on 5 or more drugs a day.
The evidence for 'mid-life MOTs', female fertility and age and the meaning of 'adjustment'
Dr Mark Porter explores preventive HIV therapy, the sugar tax, bowel cancer and surgery.
Why is asthma overdiagnosed and undertreated? Plus visual snow and confounding factors.
Antidepressants - how do you know when you are better and can stop taking them?
Talc use and ovarian cancer. PBC causes fatigue and itching but is often missed.
Patient power and the parental clamour for more children to get the meningitis B vaccine.
The UK's first licensed e-cigarette, owned by a tobacco company, is classed as a medicine.
Dr Mark Porter talks about chicken pox in pregnancy.
How low should you go when treating blood pressure? And why is palm oil in so many foods?