Health on TV
Tuesday 12th August, 2008
Wednesday 13th August at 8:00pm on Channel 4
Tackling health problems people commonly ignore rather than take to their GPs. Patients include a 20-year-old woman whose nipples are inverted, and a man with painful piles, while the Moseley Rugby Club players examine themselves for testicular cancer.
DR. ALICE ROBERTS – DON’T DIE YOUNG
Thursday 14th August at 8:30pm on BBC2
The Ear, Nose and Throat
With around nine million people in the UK suffering with some form of hearing loss, Dr. Alice Roberts gains insight into what it feels like and discovers how loud noise can cause irreparable damage to the ears. She also explains what the nose and throat do and finds out why for some people snoring can be a sign of a life threatening condition.