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  • First aid for babies

    10/9/2008
    What to do if a baby has a health emergency, and how a first aid course can give parents the confidence to help their baby.
  • A healthy sex life

    10/9/2008
    A sexual psychotherapist gives advice on how to have a healthy and fulfilling sexual relationship.
  • Asperger syndrome: Robyn's story

    10/9/2008
    Living with autism http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/Autism/Pages/Autismhome.aspxRobyn Steward was diagnosed with Asperger syndrome, a form of autism, when she was a teenager. She describes how it affects he...
  • Hay fever

    10/9/2008
    An allergy specialist explains who's most likely to be affected by hay fever and how you can prevent and relieve the symptoms.\rFor more information on hay fever go to http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/Hay...
  • Speech and language therapy

    3/9/2008
    Michelle Morris, a speech and language therapist, explains how the therapy works and who benefits from it.
  • Anaesthesia

    3/9/2008
    Keith Myerson, an anaesthetist, explains the different types of anaesthetic, the complications involved, and what happens to you after surgery.
  • Festival health

    1/9/2008
    It's easy to forget to look after yourself during summer festivals, but simple things such as drinking water and applying sunscreen can help you have a safe and fun time. Find out more at http://www....
  • Bad breath

    15/8/2008
    The causes of bad breath, how to prevent it, and what to do if you already have it. Part of a series on embarrassing conditions
  • Farting

    15/8/2008
    The causes of flatulence (farting) and why certain foods give you gas. Part of a series on embarrassing conditions http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/embarrassingconditions/Pages/embarrassing-conditions.aspx
  • Haemorrhoids

    15/8/2008
    An expert explains what haemorrhoids are, who gets them, and how to get rid of them. Part of a series on embarrassing conditions
  • Lung cancer: Peter's story

    11/8/2008
    Peter Quinn, 42, talks about the symptoms that led to his diagnosis, his treatment and the support he received from his cancer nurse specialist. Find out more about lung cancer\rhttp://www.nhs.uk/Live...
  • Bowel cancer

    11/8/2008
    Celia Ingham Clark, a consultant surgeon, explains who's most at risk of bowel cancer, the questions to ask if you're diagnosed and the treatment options
  • Skin cancer

    11/8/2008
    Skin cancer expert Barry Powell explains what skin cancer is, the questions to ask if you're diagnosed and the treatment options
  • Olympics: be inspired

    8/8/2008
    If the Olympics are inspiring you there are lots of community sports that you can try, no matter what your age, background or ability. With Dame Kelly Holmes.
  • Olympic dream

    8/8/2008
    Dame Kelly Holmes and two Olympic gymnasts talk about the people who inspired them.

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