Introduction to Episode 2
The series that cuts through the confusing adverts, headlines and health advice to provide information you need to live healthily. Are vitamin pills money down the loo? Should we all be signing up to private health checks? Will antibiotics cure back pain? And does getting cold make you catch one?
Michael Mosley and the team of doctors are in Chester to test an extraordinary idea, that simply standing up more could transform our health. Gabriel Weston witnesses surgical history as she attends a womb transplant, Saleyha Ahsan demonstrates how to stop someone choking and Michael asks if he should be taking statins.
Available since: Fri 11 Oct 2013
More clips from Episode 2
- What to do if someone starts choking Duration: 03:29
- Should we all take statins to prevent heart attacks? Prof Rory Collins explains why he thinks so Duration: 09:47
- Should we all take statins to prevent heart attacks? Dr David Bailey explains why he thinks not Duration: 08:21
- Prof Nicholas Wald gives his opinion on the usefulness of various health tests Duration: 02:25
- Why, and how, do you transplant a womb? Duration: 07:23
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