Explore the impacts of anxiety and question the relationship between mental illness and social media. Find out how anxiety has taken over the world affecting many individuals.
Discover the links between gut health and chronic illnesses, and how to prevent them, with a panel of experts led by Michael Mosley.
This series follows the struggle of morbidly obese patients and their families as they go through the weight loss program at Melbourne's Austin Health. The doctors at Austin Health are taking a different approach by treating obesity as a chronic genetic disease. The treatment regimen, which is a last resort for many patients who are at risk of early death due to their weight, uses a combination of diet, medication and bariatric surgery to transform bodies and lives. Challenging misconceptions about obesity as a lifestyle choice, this episode features patients such as former taxi driver Leanne, boxer Huss and the clinic's heaviest patient, 248kg Karen, as they battle their biology to reclaim their lives.
On the 102nd anniversary of the Battle of Beersheba, this program showcases participants in the Light Horse re-enactment and the Ride Like an Anzac commemorative bike ride.
The remarkable story of Genna Radnan, who went to Kenya in her gap year, and based on the need she saw there, began a charity for Kenyan women that has profoundly affected the lives of hundreds of women and children.
Before women had the vote in Australia, Anglican Deaconess Ministries was working to empower women to provide practical, educational and financial assistance in the community, and 127 years later they are still going strong.
Filmmaker and former actor Ben Steel embarks on a soul-searching journey that looks beyond the bright lights to explore mental health issues within the Australian entertainment industry.
Iconic All Black legend Buck Shelford is tackling the Grim Reaper and fighting back against the state of men's health in New Zealand.
Driven by a desire to understand the loss of his friend to suicide, filmmaker Darius Devas travels around Australia exploring positive personal stories of young Australians suffering from mental illness in regional areas.
A look at what old sex education videos considered 'normal' and how much has changed: from gay sex, to the roles of men and women, to body size and old-school porn.
We go inside the infamous Tham Luang cave and share insights into the deadly mission to rescue the Wild Boars junior football team in 2018.
A look at how sex education deals with actually having sex and all the baggage that comes with it - from tips on sex positions, to questionable advice on contraception.
How should we approach medical treatment when we're dying? It's a question we all have to face, but avoid talking about. Thanks to advances in modern medicine, doctors are better equipped to fight many life-threatening diseases. Their focus is saving lives. Death is something to battle against, right until the bitter end. But, instead of trying to defeat death, should we be more focused on quality of life? In this film, Dr Kevin Fong makes a personal journey through the moral questions around death. He meets medical professionals whose work is shaping the debate, and people facing the dilemma of how to die a better death.
An insightful look at Collingwood through the 2018 AFL season. Nathan Buckley guides the club from crisis mode to grand final. Brodie Grundy, Jarryd Blair, and Adam Treloar open up about their physical and mental challenges.
Todd visits the Mongolian Kazakhs and examines how their bodies have adapted to the brutal conditions of Mongolia and how their existence depends on their alliance with animals.
When La Trobe University academic Benjamin Habib suffered a panic attack during an interview on ABC News Breakfast three years ago, his private struggle with anxiety became very public. Virginia Trioli revisits the international relations lecturer to learn how a moment of humiliation came to inform discussions about anxiety, as he shared what it felt like to "freeze on national television" with the world.
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 tiny Pacific Island nations of Tonga, Fiji and Samoa reconnect with their warrior heritage and take on the giants of the Rugby World Cup. Uncovering the story of the greatest underdogs.
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