Is it really true...? The Trust Me presenters’ answers to popular health questions.
Should we be worried about a link between deodorants and cancer, or is it a myth?
The truth about BMI and health.
Was your mother right to tell you to wrap up?
7 glasses of water a day — truth or myth?
The age-old debate about the health effects of coffee settled once and for all.
We settle the old debate about whether cracking joints is bad for us once and for all...
We’ve all heard the claim about brainboosting Mozart — but is it true?
Michael Mosley sets out to cut through the hype and find out: are e-cigarettes safe?
How much caffeine is really in energy drinks?
Surgeon Gabriel Weston answers that perennial question: is crossing your legs bad for you?
Is it really true that plastics can contaminate water or food?
Michael Mosley reveals whether sitting close to computer screens really is bad for you.
Is there any evidence that dosing up on vitamin C actually prevents a cold coming on?
Dr Charlotte Stagg demonstrates transcranial direct current stimulation on Michael Mosley
Professor Aedin Cassidy reveals the kind of chocolate that can be good for us.
Michael Mosley puts his strong stomach to the test - can mouldy food be ok to eat?
Does shaving or waxing change the way hair grows? Dr Chris van Tulleken finds out!
Protein supplements are marketed to everyone. But do we actually need them?
Here's what 'antioxidant-rich' products really have in them, and what they do.
Sports drinks are big business, but are they worth the money?
Rumours are all over the internet, but is there anything behind them?
Believe it or not, some people have tried it – and here’s why.
They seem like a food trap, but do they harbour dangerous bacteria too?
Are there ways to treat, or at least kill the pain of mouth ulcers?
Annoying phantom sounds affecting you? Here's the latest information on what to try.
We put kudzu supplements to the test - and find that surprisingly, they seem to work!
Using your scales wrongly can make 10kg difference!
We put four methods to the test: does anything really target belly fat?
Our UV-sensitive camera reveals the hidden truth...
Do £1.50 sunglasses really offer any protection from the sun?
What to do if you're stung by a jellyfish: the latest research.
We put the health claims of apple cider vinegar to the test and find a surprising benefit!
The evidence behind drinking cranberry juice is scant - so what should you do instead?
Does stretching improve performance, or protect you from injuries when exercising?
Many kits promise to identify your problematic foods – but should you believe them?
Cheap painkillers are a tenth of the price of expensive brands — are they as good?
We put home cholesterol test kits... to the test
We test the theory that working up a sweat also makes you work up an appetite.
We uncover the truth about the supposed health benefits linked to red wine.
Decaf coffee is becoming increasingly popular – but does it pose any health risks?
We test some popular methods that claim to give your resting metabolic rate a boost.
We reveal that when it comes to the immune system what's actually important is balance.
Which types of exercise benefit from caffeine?
OCD affects over half a million people in the UK and there many popular misconceptions
What can men do about baldness?
We find out how much alcohol we actually consume when we eat boozy food.
We see if drinks containing antioxidants can protect our blood vessels from harm.
Gabriel Weston cuts through the confusion and brings together the latest advice.