Health Shows

Bench to Bedside

Bench to Bedside

Bench to Bedside tells the inspirational stories of people and animals living with serious illnesses and the incredible biomedical research that could save their lives.
12 Episodes
ABC
Future Thinking

Future Thinking

Renowned inventors, scientists and futurologists describe the big idea that they want to solve and how it can transform the world.
9 Episodes
BBC Future
World-Changing Ideas

World-Changing Ideas

Fascinating stories, need-to-know briefings and compelling video inspired by BBC Future's World-Changing Ideas event series.
7 Episodes
BBC Future
Am I Perfect?

Am I Perfect?

Am I Perfect? is a documentary series that follows 19-year-old Australian Maddy, as she sets out on a journey to see if ‘Hollywood’ perfection is attainable. In this social experiment, she subjects herself to vigorous beauty treatments, diets and exercise regimes endorsed by the media over a gruelling ten weeks.
6 Episodes
Passion
War Surgeons

War Surgeons

War surgeons have long faced the challenge of saving lives in the most difficult circumstances. This series follows the evolution of their work from ancient times to the present day battlefield.
3 Episodes
Reel
Secret Lives of Women

Secret Lives of Women

Examine the little-known, fringe subcultures of some women in America. It includes wide-ranging themes, from shopaholics, to plastic surgery, eating disorders and sex.
2 Episodes
Via Vision
Rutherford and Fry

Rutherford and Fry

Drs Rutherford and Fry are on hand to solve everyday mysteries sent into BBC Future.
2 Episodes
BBC Future
Ancient Discoveries

Ancient Discoveries

Tantalising clues are making historians rethink the sophistication of ancient cultures. Explore ancient cars, superships, Egyptian warfare, ancient robots and more.
1 Episode
Reel
Superhuman

Superhuman

Go inside the human body to discover its true potential and examine whether some people are pushing it too far.
1 Episode
Reel
What If?

What If?

What If?' from BBC Future explores thought experiments and hypothetical scenarios.
1 Episode
BBC Future

Health Episodes

Impact Of Coronavirus In India: Preventive Measures

Impact Of Coronavirus In India: Preventive Measures

WHO has declared an emergency in China, where the coronavirus originated. This highly contagious, flu-like virus spreads human to human The symptoms include cough, fever, shortness of breath, and difficulty in breathing. Dr Monica Mahajan, Directo...
3mins
NDTV
Coronavirus: Your Questions Answered

Coronavirus: Your Questions Answered

What is coronavirus? How is it transmitted? What are the symptoms like and how dangerous is it? Dr Monica Mahajan, Director, Internal Medicine from Max Healthcare answers all these questions and more. Watch now!
3mins
NDTV
Home Care Help People Save Money And Heal Faster

Home Care Help People Save Money And Heal Faster

People prefer home care for many reasons, but the top reasons are being able to save money and getting treated in the comfort of their own home.
1min
Stringr
No, Pasta Isn’t Bad For You

No, Pasta Isn’t Bad For You

Research reveals that pasta lovers can enjoy their favorite Italian dish as part of a healthy diet, as long as it's eaten in moderation.
1min
Stringr
Sick system: Bulgarian health crisis leaves patients vulnerable

Sick system: Bulgarian health crisis leaves patients vulnerable

Bulgaria is in the grip of a health crisis as thousands of doctors and nurses leave the country. The result is a health system struggling to cope, where patients are left without key services.
Euronews
Back pain - Our expert guest talk

Back pain - Our expert guest talk

In Good Shape meets specialist Dr. Fernando Dimeo at a sports medicine treatment facility in Berlin. He knows the most frequent causes of back pain, and shows how to prevent it - and how to provide relief through exercise.
8mins
Deutsche Welle
Marijuana Dangerous For Those On Heart Medication

Marijuana Dangerous For Those On Heart Medication

Recent review reveals marijuana interferes with common heart medication.
1min
Stringr
Mental Health At Work

Mental Health At Work

How to arm yourself with techniques to deal with anxiety and stress in the workplace.
1min
Stringr
Eating Disorders Aren’t What You Think

Eating Disorders Aren’t What You Think

The Academy of Eating Disorders has released a list of things they say people should know about eating disorders. Here are the top 6.
1min
Stringr
Plant-Based Fast Food Is Not Healthier

Plant-Based Fast Food Is Not Healthier

Plant-based meats have been taking over grocery store aisles, and are marketed as healthy alternatives to traditional meats. Clip1-Stringr Clip2-Stringr Clip3-Stringr Clip4-Shutterstock Clip5-Stringr Clip6-Stringr Clip7-Stringr Clip8-Stringr
1min
Stringr
Mum hid baby from strangers because of purple birthmarks

Mum hid baby from strangers because of purple birthmarks

The mum of a girl with "purple" birthmarks bravely admitted she hid her from strangers for SIX weeks after she was born - and even used filters in photos she posted online. Sara Farrow, 27, was scared of people seeing her newborn daughter Lacey-D...
2mins
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SWNS
What Is Vertigo? Causes And Symptoms

What Is Vertigo? Causes And Symptoms

Have you ever felt a sensation of feeling off balance like you are spinning or that the world around you is spinning. Such a dizzy spell is called Vertigo and is a very common phenomenon. Let's learn what kinds of vertigo there are and what are th...
3mins
NDTV
China confirms spread of coronavirus

China confirms spread of coronavirus

A deadly new virus related to SARS is spreading outside the Chinese city where it first broke out. Officials over the weekend announced that the number of patients has tripled and a third person died.
2mins
Reuters
A Healthy Immune System Prevents The Flu

A Healthy Immune System Prevents The Flu

Keeping your immune system in good shape is a proven way to prevent catching the flu. Clip 1 Shutterstock, Clip 2 Shutterstock, Clip 3 Stringr, Clip 4 Stringr, Clip 5 Stringr, Clip 6 Stringr, Clip 7 Shutterstock, Clip 8 Shutterstock
1min
Stringr
Weightlifting Helps You Live Longer

Weightlifting Helps You Live Longer

Recent studies show for those who are over 65, weightlifting can prolong life. Clip 1 Stringr, Clip 2 Stringr, Clip 3 Stringr, Clip 4 Shutterstock, Clip 5 Shutterstock, Clip 6 Stringr, Clip 7 Shutterstock, Clip 8 Stringr
1min
Stringr
Total Health Care Programme: In Andhra Pradesh's Aragonda Village

Total Health Care Programme: In Andhra Pradesh's Aragonda Village

The Apollo Foundation launched the total health programme in 2013 in Aragonda village with an objective to create a healthy and happy living environment through prevention and management of diseases. The Total Health initiative focuses on disease ...
2mins
NDTV
5 Things You Should Do To Live Longer

5 Things You Should Do To Live Longer

Compared to other countries, the U.S. has a fairly shorter life span. Experts say this can be changed if Americans were to commit to a healthier lifestyle.
1min
Stringr
How To Actually Be Happier In 2020

How To Actually Be Happier In 2020

Happiness is the ultimate goal for most people. Whether it comes from opening a business or choosing to eat pizza every day, how does one sustain happiness for the long term?
1min
Stringr
The Top 6 Healthiest Vegetables You Can Eat

The Top 6 Healthiest Vegetables You Can Eat

There may be a select few people on earth who actually enjoy eating vegetables, but with the rise of health and wellness in the past few years, vegetables and other superfoods are finally being consumed by more people. Here are the top 6.
1min
Stringr
What Is A Stroke? Symptoms And Risk Factors

What Is A Stroke? Symptoms And Risk Factors

A stroke happens when the blood flow to a part of the brain is cut off. Without oxygen in blood, brain cells start dying within minutes. To help prevent a stroke, Dr Sonia Lal Gupta, Neurologist at Metro Hospital, educates us on its causes and ris...
3mins
NDTV
What Happens When You Cut Alcohol For 30 Days

What Happens When You Cut Alcohol For 30 Days

While the current Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend up to one drink per day for women and up to two drinks per day for men, here are the health benefits to cutting it out completely for 30 days.
1min
Stringr
The average temperature of humans has dropped

The average temperature of humans has dropped

98.6°F as has been the “average” human temperature for as long as we know it, however researchers say the set average temperature has dropped.
1min
Stringr
Sneaky Ways Gyms Can Lock You Into A Contract

Sneaky Ways Gyms Can Lock You Into A Contract

Gyms can use strict contracts to keep you on the hook for the whole year, experts say reading the fine print may save you from getting locked in.
1min
Stringr
Ten-year-old boy dubbed 'human snake' because rare condition makes him shed skin every month

Ten-year-old boy dubbed 'human snake' because rare condition makes him shed skin every month

These shocking photos show a ten-year-old boy who has been dubbed the 'human snake' - because a rare skin condition causes him to SHED his skin every month. The youngster, known only as Jagannath, suffers from rare genetic skin condition lamellar...
1min
SWNS
Hearing aid firm faces big hurdle of load shedding

Hearing aid firm faces big hurdle of load shedding

While a South African company attempts to break barriers by inventing the world's first hearing testing machinery, feeding the demand for their product around the world has become a hassle as they currently face their biggest hurdle: load shedding.
3mins
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The Citizen
Weight Loss Tricks That Work

Weight Loss Tricks That Work

Losing weight is never easy but sticking to long term lifestyle changes can help shift the pounds.
1min
Stringr
Weight Loss Tricks That Work_Clean

Weight Loss Tricks That Work_Clean

Losing weight is never easy but sticking to long term lifestyle changes can help shift the pounds.
1min
Stringr
Lifestyle Changes To Combat Early Onset Dementia

Lifestyle Changes To Combat Early Onset Dementia

Lifestyle changes such as exercise and sleep have been linked to an improvement in the symptoms of early-onset dementia.
1min
Stringr
Lifestyle Changes To Combat Dementia_Clean

Lifestyle Changes To Combat Dementia_Clean

Lifestyle changes such as exercise and sleep have been linked to an improvement in the symptoms of early-onset dementia.
1min
Stringr
A.I. In The Operating Room

A.I. In The Operating Room

Doctors are using A.I. to help streamline and improve the process by which brain tumours are detected. Clip 1 Shutterstock, Clip 2 Getty/BBC Editorial, Clip 3 Shutterstock, Clip 4 Getty/BBC Editorial, Clip 5 Getty/AFP , Clip 6 Shutterstock, Clip...
1min
Stringr
How To Break Up With Vaping In 2020

How To Break Up With Vaping In 2020

Many people have made quitting vaping a goal for the new year. Here are steps people can take to quit e-cigs successfully and accomplish their New Years' resolution.
1min
Stringr
Is Your Health Data At Risk?

Is Your Health Data At Risk?

In 2019, Google revealed that it was working with one of the largest healthcare systems in the U.S. to collect patient data on millions of Americans.
1min
Stringr
New Years Resolution Didn’t Stick? Try A Reset

New Years Resolution Didn’t Stick? Try A Reset

Experts say using Monday to reset your goals can get you back on track after a slip-up. Clip1-Shutterstock Clip2-Stringr Clip3-Shutterstock Clip4-Stringr Clip5-Stringr Clip6-Stringr Clip7-Shutterstock Clip8-Shutterstock
1min
Stringr
Gambling addiction - An expert's view

Gambling addiction - An expert's view

Social worker Gordon Emons helps gambling addicts. He tells In Good Shape how people can find a way out of their dependency.
9mins
Deutsche Welle
5 Health Trends You Need To Know About In 2020

5 Health Trends You Need To Know About In 2020

Nutritionist Jessica Sepel gathered together the five most popular health trends of 2020. Clip1-Shutterstock Clip2-Shutterstock Clip3-Shutterstock Clip4-Stringr Clip5-Shutterstock Clip6-Shutterstock Clip7-Stringr Clip8-Shutterstock
1min
Stringr
Social Media In The Last Decade

Social Media In The Last Decade

Social media dates back to the 1990s with sites like Myspace and LiveJournal. However, the big guys only emerged within the last decade.
1min
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Stringr
7 Benefits Of “Dry January”

7 Benefits Of “Dry January”

Dry January is a time when people give up alcohol for the month after having a boozy holiday season. Here are some benefits.
1min
Stringr
Is The Keto Diet Sustainable?

Is The Keto Diet Sustainable?

Thousands of people have recently begun following a ketogenic diet, however is it sustainable? Clip1-Stringr Clip2-Shutterstock Clip3-Stringr Clip4-Stringr Clip5-Shutterstock Clip6-Shutterstock Clip7-Stringr Clip8-Stringr
1min
Stringr
How To Reduce Cholesterol Levels

How To Reduce Cholesterol Levels

Total cholesterol levels less than 200 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL) are considered desirable for adults. If they're higher, what should you do? Dr Sameer Gupta, Interventional Cardiologist, Metro Hospital & MP Heart Clinic, shares tips to redu...
3mins
NDTV
Are social media ads linked to the rise of eating disorders?

Are social media ads linked to the rise of eating disorders?

Experts in the UK are warning about the danger of weight-related content and the rise of serious incidents linked to eating disorders.
3mins
Euronews
Customers queue up at a dispensary in Chicago as marijuana is legalised

Customers queue up at a dispensary in Chicago as marijuana is legalised

Customers queue up at a dispensarie in Chicago, after marijuana was legalised in Illinois.
1min
AFP
What Is Peripheral Arterial Disease?

What Is Peripheral Arterial Disease?

Peripheral artery disease is a common circulatory problem in which narrowed arteries reduce blood flow to your limbs. What are the causes and how can you treat it? Dr Sameer Gupta, Endovascular Interventionalist, New Delhi, tells us more about it.
3mins
NDTV
Health Resolutions You’ll Actually Keep In 2020

Health Resolutions You’ll Actually Keep In 2020

With the arrival of a new decade more people than ever feel they have a chance at a clean slate. Clip1-Shutterstock Clip2-Shutterstock Clip3-Shutterstock Clip4-Stringr Clip5-Shutterstock Clip6-Shutterstock Clip7-Stringr Clip8-Shutterstock
1min
Stringr
Naps May Actually Save Your Life

Naps May Actually Save Your Life

Scientists recently revealed that napping once or twice a week reduces the risk of a heart attack or stroke. Clip1-Shutterstock Clip2-Stringr Clip3-Shutterstock Clip4-Shutterstock Clip5-Stringr Clip6-Shutterstock Clip7-Stringr Clip8-Shutterstock
1min
Stringr
6 Benefits Of Drinking Tea Everyday

6 Benefits Of Drinking Tea Everyday

Millions of Americans drink tea every day and the benefits are impressive. Here are the top 6. Clip1-Getty Images Clip2-Getty Images Clip3-Getty Images Clip4-Stringr Clip5-Shutterstock Clip6-Stringr Clip7-Getty Images Clip8-Shutterstock
1min
Stringr
How 2010s Became The Decade Of Staying In

How 2010s Became The Decade Of Staying In

Staying in has become the new going out, eating takeout and drinking wine on the couch rather than going out to clubs has become the growing lifestyle trend.
1min
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Stringr
Intermittent Fasting May Help You Live Longer

Intermittent Fasting May Help You Live Longer

New research shows that committing to intermittent fasting may help you live longer. Clip1-Shutterstock Clip2-Getty Images Clip3-Shutterstock Clip4-Stringr Clip5-Shutterstock Clip6-Shutterstock Clip7-Shutterstock Clip8-Shutterstock
1min
Stringr
Secrets of Germany's virus island revealed

Secrets of Germany's virus island revealed

There's an island in Germany with a laboratory full of viruses.
2mins
Euronews