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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?
Folic acid in flour, Southampton FC and hip and groin pain, online private doctors.
Do more people die in hospital at the weekend? Dr Mark Porter examines the evidence.
The healing power of exercise: how being fit helps everything from stiff joints to cancer.
Pregabalin and gabapentin misuse; natural birth after caesarean; adrenaline auto-injectors
Pollution kills 29,000 people a year in the UK but where does the statistic come from?
Dr Mark Porter on the anxiety being caused by proposed reforms to the Cancer Drugs Fund.
Are league tables listing surgical outcomes the best way to assess a surgeon?
Aspirin and heart attacks, vertigo, carpal tunnel sydrome and osteoporosis treatment.
The latest advice on statins, menopause and depression, and the meningitis B vaccine.
The Off-patent Drugs Bill to prevent people missing out on life-saving treatments.
Does using an asthma inhaler give athletes a performance advantage in their sport?
What is the evidence that taxing sugary drinks will help tackle obesity?
Dr Mark Porter discusses new UK guidelines on diabetes in pregnancy.
Demistifying perplexing health issues, including which thermometers parents should use.
What happens to seven-day opening at GP surgeries when the money runs out?
Cervical screening in older women and concerns about a hepatitis E outbreak in Nepal.
Dr Mark Porter examines the new drug to treat low sex drive in women.
Listener feedback; numbers of hospital beds decline as admissions go up; frailty diagnosis
Mark Porter visits a laboratory to find out how gut bacteria could be influencing weight.
Sex education, cosmetic surgery trends, removing gallstones and cigarette packaging.
Research into saturated fats, checking moles and success for egg freezing and pregnancy.
New drug-driving laws include some medications, end of life care and smart drugs.
Can running too much be bad for you? Plus a psychological approach to weight loss.
Low NHS staff morale, flying when pregnant, sugary drinks and menarche, FGM.
Diagnosing Cancer, personalised medicine based on genes and do headphones damage hearing?
Increased risk of dementia from common drugs; and is going gluten free good for you?
Dr Mark Porter on mutant flu, weight-loss surgery, six packs and 'dry January'.