All the issues from Trust Me’s seventh series
Finding out if the fizz in fizzy drinks can contribute to weight gain
Which types of exercise benefit from caffeine?
An innovative medical trial is under way that may transform life for many diabetics
OCD affects over half a million people in the UK and there many popular misconceptions
What can men do about baldness?
We often hear that eating fruit is good for us, recent claims challenge this idea
Around 1.5 million people in the UK are thought to have sleep apnoea
Considering DNA tests on the market, which analyse your genes and then offer advice
Ten million people in the UK – one in six of us – have some degree of hearing loss.
A so-called ‘superfood’ whose sales are rocketing because of its health claims
Evidence from studies suggests that large quantities of carbohydrate is bad for you
Most of us are familiar with the unpleasant feeling we call ‘jet lag’
A new system is being developed which could make it easier for surgeons to locate tumours
Around 1 in 3 people in the UK have a traumatic experience at some point in their lives
Up to 10m people in the UK are thought to be affected by a painful and disabling condition
Iodine is essential to our health used by the thyroid gland to produce hormones
One in six of us in the UK experiences a mental disorder such as depression or anxiety
How does the NHS decide which drugs or treatments to fund, and which not to?
Why might stress be linked to weight gain, and is there anything we can do about it?
How much harm do X-rays really cause us?
Can the nitrate in beetroot improve physical performance and mental acuity?
The market for health apps has exploded, there are now more than quarter of a million
Why are people worried about the vaccine – and should you be?
For some people anxious feelings become a condition called Generalised Anxiety Disorder
A new form of therapy promises to transform the chances of restoring movement and strength
Studies have shown that exercise can slow, even reverse, declining bone strength with age
For many of us, the time of day we’re at work does not fit with our body’s natural rhythm
More than 50% of us would rather turn to the internet for diagnosis than visit our doctor
Asthma and other allergic diseases are on the rise, is excessive cleaning damaging health?
When it comes to health, we often see conflicting and contradictory reports in the media