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.
2/2 Robert McCrum goes through a two-week rehabilitation course to rejuvenate his left side.
Research into saturated fats, checking moles and success for egg freezing and pregnancy.
1/2 Robert McCrum journeys into his own brain to understand more about stroke.
New drug-driving laws include some medications, end of life care and smart drugs.
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Low NHS staff morale, flying when pregnant, sugary drinks and menarche, FGM.
Diagnosing Cancer, personalised medicine based on genes and do headphones damage hearing?
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