Trust Me, I'm a Doctor

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Trust Me, I'm a Doctor
Season 8  |  Episode 2  |  SBS  |  March 11, 2019

Michael Mosley finds out whether a glass of wine can protect your blood vessels from the harmful effects of junk food. Giles Yeo sets out to test home breathalyser kits - and uncovers a potentially dangerous weakness in the drink-drive laws in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Zoe Williams finds out what you can do to improve your health if you are living with cancer. Gabriel Weston has the lowdown on what is safe to eat and drink when you are pregnant. Michael finds out whether singing can boost feel-good chemicals in the brain, Zoe discovers why music could help people with dementia, and Alain looks at some research showing the surprising benefits of group singing for mothers with postnatal depression. Also in the program, Giles finds out whether 'man flu' is real, and Gabriel asks whether detoxing is a con.

Michael Mosley finds out whether a glass of wine can protect your blood vessels from the harmful effects of junk food. Giles Yeo sets out to test home breathalyser kits - and uncovers a potentially dangerous weakness in the drink-drive laws in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Zoe Williams finds out what you can do to improve your health if you are living with cancer. Gabriel Weston has the lowdown on what is safe to eat and drink when you are pregnant. Michael finds out whether singing can boost feel-good chemicals in the brain, Zoe discovers why music could help people with dementia, and Alain looks at some research showing the surprising benefits of group singing for mothers with postnatal depression. Also in the program, Giles finds out whether 'man flu' is real, and Gabriel asks whether detoxing is a con.

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