All the issues from Trust Me’s fifth series
High intensity interval training is all the rage and we find a way you can do it at home.
We put the health claims of apple cider vinegar to the test and find a surprising benefit!
Highly effective and free treatment is available, with no need to visit a doctor.
We pit cotton against 'technical' fabrics in a sweat test.
Overlooked research from the Soviet era could be the solution to superbugs.
We put some common consumer fitness devices to the test.
There are new guidelines on concussion: this is what everyone should know...
Michael Mosley investigates the evidence behind this controversial treatment.
The evidence behind drinking cranberry juice is scant - so what should you do instead?
We carry out an experiment: is there such a thing as ‘gluten sensitivity’?
Could eating certain foods or taking supplements improve our eyesight?
We reveal the simple home exercises that can protect from falls – or improve your sports!
It can strike anyone at any time – so how can you spot the early signs of depression?
The breakthrough that promises an instant treatment for autoimmune diseases.
Is hypnotism merely a stage trick, or does it have a place in modern medicine?
Home blood pressure monitors are on sale everywhere - but are they useful?
Does stretching improve performance, or protect you from injuries when exercising?
Many kits promise to identify your problematic foods – but should you believe them?
We do an ambitious experiment to discover whether turmeric really could be good for us
We reveal the truth about glucosamine pills — and a more effective solution for joints.
The new vaccines we all need to know about, and how spotting the signs could save a life
Mindfulness is all the rage — but what does it really do to your brain?
How preventative medicine could be transformed by helping us all reduce our risk of cancer
Cheap painkillers are a tenth of the price of expensive brands — are they as good?
We put home cholesterol test kits... to the test
With many women not wanting to take replacement hormones, what are the alternatives?