Heart disease is the number one killer worldwide. The team expose the hidden danger lurking in processed foods, demonstrate life-saving CPR, and reveal a surprising rehabilitation program for heart attack survivors.
Shalin risks his life eating street food in a superbug hotspot, and Caroline examines one of the greatest threats to mankind: antibiotic resistance.
The doctors reveal which complementary therapies actually work, when to get screened for cancer, and how to create nutritious lunch boxes.
Being lonely is the silent health crisis deadlier than obesity. The doctors explore why and give advice on how to make new friendships that last.
Caroline's diet experiment reveals spectacular weight loss, along with worrying health implications. Shalin lifts the lid on fats and oils, and Sandro navigates Australia's confusing food labelling system.
Caroline convinces volunteers to road-test four popular diets: keto, paleo, 5/2 and flexitarian. Sandro examines which milks are healthiest, and Shalin investigates if going gluten-free is safe.
Caroline learns easy ways to combat dangerous sedentary habits, Shalin tries strength training without going to the gym, and Sandro gets sweaty for science.
Shalin reveals the groundbreaking therapy creating cancer fighting super cells. Plus, arch rivals 'team virus' and 'team immune' battle it out on the sports field - all in the name of science.
Sandro submits to a humiliating stress test, Caroline discovers how school students can manage their moods, and Shalin explores the science of comfort food.
The team uncover alarming evidence that drinking alcohol can lead to cancer. But can the damage be reversed? Shalin quits booze for a month with surprising results, and Sandro road-tests confronting warning labels.
Is growing old and frail inevitable? Sandro discovers how to stay younger for longer, Shalin shows fun ways to stave off dementia, and Caroline breaks down menopause myths by throwing an unusual party.
More than half of Australians are exceeding the WHO guidelines of limiting added sugar. What effect is sugar really having on our nation's health and economy? Sandro introduces the facts from a bath of coke.
Doctor Shalin uncovers the extent of male infertility in Australia, Doctor Sandro reveals the raw truth about sexual disease in our communities, and Doctor Renee explores the various contraceptives available to women.
The Doctors explore our senses - Dr Shalin finds out why hearing deteriorates with age; Dr Sandro busts some myths about improving your eyesight; and Dr Renee explores the link between smell and memory.
In this episode, we're helping you to fight off colds and flu. Dr Sandro reveals which home remedies work and which ones don't. Dr Shalin finds out what the difference is between colds and flu and what we can do to prevent them.
The doctors investigate the role our digestive system plays in our health, Dr Sandro reveals what the contents of our gut looks like and which body functions are supported by the 40 trillion or so microbes that live there.
Dr Shalin has the confronting experience of having his genomes sequenced. What will the test reveal about the future of his health?
With more than two thirds of Aussies not doing the recommended amount of exercise, sitting has become the new smoking. Sandro checks out the seven-minute work-out, and Renee looks at the link between exercise and mental wellbeing.
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