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Title Trust Me I'm A Doctor: Series 2 - Ep 2 of 3 / Director: Freeman, Alex
Published Australia : SBS ONE, 2014
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Series Trust Me I'm A Doctor ; Series 2, Episode 2
Summary Michael Mosley and his team of doctors tackle questions about our health and wellbeing.This series finds out why we all need a little bit of sunshine, the truth about super foods and if caffeine really makes you more alert. It searches for answers to questions like is sugar as toxic as tobacco? Can we cheat our way to a healthy diet by preparing food differently? Are e-cigarettes safe? Do computer screens harm our eyes?By experimenting on their own bodies and visiting some of the world's leading research hospitals, this team of doctors gathers the evidence to provide answers to the medical questions we face every day.Can foods be as potent as medicines? It's claimed garlic, beetroot and watermelon can all reduce our blood pressure - but what's the truth? Dr Chris van Tulleken investigates. Medical journalist Michael Mosley quizzes leading experts to discover if sugar really is a toxin. Dr Saleyha Ahsan dispels some popular myths about treating burns and surgeon Gabriel Weston travels to Russia to witness a controversial operation where stems cells are being used to rebuild organs. (Part 2 of 3) (From the UK) (Documentary) PG (A) CCFollow the conversation on Twitter: #sbsdoco
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2015-05-11 at 19:30:00
Notes Classification: PG
Subject Blood pressure -- Measurement.
Health -- Decision making.
Health -- Vocational guidance.
Heart beat -- Testing.
Physician and patient.
Stem cells -- Research.
Wales -- Cardiff.
Form Streaming video
Author Freeman, Alex, director
Ahsan, Saleyha, host
Mosley, Michael, host
Tulleken, Christoffer van, host
Weston, Gabriel, host