Mon 12 Jun 2017
1/6 The Mongolian matriarch who is helping people with terminal liver cancer die in comfort
Mon 1 Aug 2016
4/4 The role technology plays in high-risk systemsand what it means for healthcare
Mon 25 Jul 2016
3/4 Kevin Fong explores how car manufacturing is helping healthcare
Mon 18 Jul 2016
2/4 Kevin Fong explores the success and failure of NASA’s missions to Mars
Mon 11 Jul 2016
1/4 Dr Kevin Fong explores the problems with the US air ambulance industry.
Fri 5 Feb 2016
A live debate on the impact of diabetes on world health and options for action.
Tue 2 Feb 2016
4/5 Mexico’s government has introduced the first-ever sugary drinks tax to combat diabetes
Tue 26 Jan 2016
3/5 In New York, Hispanics, blacks and other ethnic minorities suffer high rates of diabetes.
Tue 19 Jan 2016
2/5 Tonga - where obesity is the norm, and over 36% of adults suffer from type 2 diabetes.
Tue 12 Jan 2016
1/5 Anu Anand discovers why South Asians, like herself, are more at risk of type 2 diabetes.
Wed 3 Jun 2015
5/5 Dr Margarita Holmes examines the ethical and personal dilemmas facing people with HIV
Wed 27 May 2015
4/5 Leading Ugandan doctor, Peter Mugyenyi, on the realities of HIV therapy in his country
Wed 20 May 2015
3/5 What works - and what doesn't - when it comes to tackling HIV/Aids?
Wed 13 May 2015
2/5 Lord Fowler asks why some nations are failing to reduce the harm from HIV/Aids.
Wed 6 May 2015
1/5 The breakthroughs that have transformed Aids from a death sentence to a treatable disease
Wed 1 Oct 2014
6/8 The Cypriots grieving for loved ones still yet to be found
Wed 24 Sep 2014
5/8 The pivotal role religion plays in decisions about death and dying in Israel
Wed 16 Jul 2014
4/8 India’s One Million Deaths project studies how people die to help the living
Wed 9 Jul 2014
3/8 Why babies' laughter is key to how their minds work
Wed 2 Jul 2014
2/8 Claudia Hammond investigates how to save the lives of premature babies
Wed 25 Jun 2014
1/8 The programmes offering infertility treatment at a fraction of the cost in South Africa
Fri 5 Jul 2013
6/6 Claudia Hammond travels to Japan to investigate a condition known as hikikomori.
Fri 28 Jun 2013
5/6 The projects helping to bridge the gap in mental health treatment around the world
Fri 21 Jun 2013
4/6 Norway’s novel attempts to heal its citizens two years from the Anders Breivik murders
Fri 14 Jun 2013
3/6 Psychologists and political prisoners reveal how to stay sane in solitary confinement
Fri 7 Jun 2013
2/6 Protecting young minds – the impact of war and conflict on children
Fri 31 May 2013
1/6 Is mental illness universal, or tightly bound to the culture in which we live?
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