Are hidden conflicts of interest in medicine out of control or an over-hyped concern?
Dr Mark Porter finds out why people with HIV very rarely get multiple sclerosis.
Paracetamol and back pain; blood thinning drugs; drug driving limits and kidney stones.
With a look at Crohn's disease and diet, teachers' voices and cholesterol-lowering foods.
Dr Mark Porter debates the benefits and harms of screening for breast cancer.
Ebola, bike saddles and erectile dysfunction, recording consultations and insect bites.
Dr Mark Porter goes on a weekly quest to demystify the health issues that perplex us.
Dr Mark Porter on how Baclofen stopped a listener drinking 6-8 bottles of wine a day.
Dr Mark Porter investigates low testosterone, low-fibre diets and GPs on Skype.
The evidence for anti-virals and flu. Plus Mark gets his body fat checked.