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  • Asthma: an animation

    24/2/2010
    Asthma is a chronic condition that can be managed but not cured. This animation explains asthma in detail. For more information visit the NHS website: http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/asthma/Pages/I...
  • Varicose veins: an animation

    24/2/2010
    This animation explains in detail what varicose veins are, their causes, symptoms and the various treatment options.\r\rFor more information visit the NHS website:\r\rhttp://www.nhs.uk/conditions/Vari...
  • Dental abscess: an animation

    24/2/2010
    This animation explains in detail what a dental abscess is, why it occurs and how it can be treated.For more information visit the NHS website:http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/Dental-abscess/Pages/Introdu...
  • 5 A DAY: natural history in the supermarket

    16/2/2010
    Watch this promotion for the 5 A DAY campaign to get tips on shopping for your fruit and vegetables. For more information visit the NHS website: http://www.nhs.uk/livewell/5aday Courtesy of the Cent...
  • 5 A DAY: the acceptance speech

    16/2/2010
    Give your kids five portions of fruit and vegetables a day and ensure they grow up healthy. A promotion for the 5 A DAY campaign. For more information visit the NHS website: www.nhs.uk/livewell/5aday...
  • 5 A DAY: the little chef

    16/2/2010
    Watch this promotion for the 5 A DAY campaign and see how easy it is to incorporate fruit and vegetables into your cooking. For more information visit the NHS website: www.nhs.uk/livewell/5aday Cou...
  • Benign brain tumour: Debbie's story

    9/2/2010
    Debbie had a benign brain tumour removed in 2008. She describes how she was diagnosed, the symptoms the tumour caused, how she coped with it and what treatments she received. For more information v...
  • Miscarriage

    9/2/2010
    It is believed that one in five pregnancies end in miscarriage. An expert explains what defines a miscarriage, as well as possible causes and the effect it has on the parents. Mark and Lara describe h...
  • Bereavement: coping with grief after a neonatal death

    9/2/2010
    Bereavement in parents http://www.nhs.uk/Planners/birthtofive/Pages/Bereavement.aspx An expert discusses neonatal death, when a baby dies within 28 days of being born. David and Leigh's twins Kristina...
  • High grade brain tumour: John's story

    9/2/2010
    In 2006 John was diagnosed with a grade 4 tumour that was cancerous and fast-growing. John and his wife Karen describe the emotions they went through when he was diagnosed and explain how their lives ...
  • Change4Life: Let's Dance

    9/2/2010
    Learn to dance with Diversity. The Britain's Got Talent winners talk you through some of their favourite dance routines.For more information visit the NHS website:www.nhs.uk/change4life
  • Narcolepsy

    29/1/2010
    Samantha was 16 when diagnosed with narcolepsy, a chronic sleep disorder. She describes the symptoms and how it affects her daily life, and an expert discusses its causes and treatment.
  • Paget's disease

    29/1/2010
    An expert describes the various areas of the body that can be affected by Paget's disease - a condition in which the normal cycle of bone growth is disrupted
  • Depression expert

    29/1/2010
    An expert explains the difference between simply having a bad day and being depressed. He also describes the levels of depression, early warning signs and the treatments available.
  • The placebo effect

    29/1/2010
    Ben Goldacre, doctor and author of Bad Science, explains what the placebo effect is and describes its role in medical research and in the pharmaceutical industry.

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