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17 September 2014
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> Everest: Doctors in the Death Zone
A team of doctors conducts potentially life-saving experiments in Horizon's 'death zone'
Base camp tour
What's it like to live at 5300m?
Horizon's Everest journey
Watch video highlights of experiments conducted on Everest
The Horizon filming team conduct their own, unique scientific experiments
Blog: latest entry
Expedition updates from Rob, Ben and Graham, via one of the highest blogs in the world!
BBC News: Medical tests on top of Everest
Project manager Kay Mitchell writes about her experiences on Everest
Human guinea pig
Richard Turner's account of being a volunteer on the expedition
Are we Alone in the Universe?
The search for alien life is 50 years old, but a planet has been discovered that could support life.
Prof. Regan's supermarket secrets
Prof. Regan tests the scientific claims of supermarket products
How to live to 101
A few isolated communities seem to hold the secrets to long life.
How to make better decisions
Lifting the lid on the business of human choices in an exclusive guide to making better decisions.
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Caudwell Xtreme Everest
News, pictures and expedition information from the Caudwell Xtreme Everest team in Nepal
YouTube: Last steps to the summit
Raw footage of the team reaching Everest's summit
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