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Journalist Fiona Phillips is on a mission to find out the truth behind the recent headlines on sugar.

The Truth About • 0 • 4 episodes •

Sugar

Journalist Fiona Phillips is on a mission to find out the truth behind the recent headlines on sugar.

Health

Fat

Airplanes stay in the air because of one simple fact: there is no net force on them.

Economics

Your Medicine Cabinet

Dr Chris Van Tulleken calls on the British public to seek out the truth about the top-selling over-the-counter medicines. We spend an astonishing 2.3 billion pounds on pills, potions and lotions from the chemist's shop every year to beat common ailments from headaches to colds to indigestion. But how much do we really know about what we're buying?

Health

Calories

Dr Chris van Tulleken investigates Britain's favourite foods to discover the truth about calories and shows how we can all be healthier by eating smarter.

Health

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