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Aspirin, holiday sickness, ADHD

Mark Porter investigates if the benefits of taking aspirin to prevent disease outweigh the risks, the difficulty for adults to get a diagnosis of ADHD, and holiday illnesses.

Aspirin is over 100 years old, but doctors still can't agree whether the benefits of taking it to prevent heart conditions or cancer outweigh the risks.Dr Mark Porter investigates. And - you've worked flat out to get on holiday, then come down with a stinking cold - is there any science behind why so many of us get sick on vacation. Plus ADHD - not in children, but ADULTS - why is it so hard for grown-ups to get a diagnosis.

Producer: Erika Wright.

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28 minutes


  • Tue 27 Mar 2012 21:00
  • Wed 28 Mar 2012 15:30