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Title Trust Me...I'm a Doctor: Series 2--Episode 2 / BBC (Firm).
Imprint [Place of publication not identified] : BBC (Firm), [2014]
New York, N.Y. : Distributed by Infobase, 2015.


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Description 1 online resource (1 video file (49 min., 54 sec)) : sound, color.
Series Trust Me...I'm a Doctor: Series 2
Trust Me...I'm a Doctor: Series 2.
Note Originally released by BBC (Firm), 2014.
Streaming video file encoded with permission for digital streaming by Infobase on June 03, 2015.
Available only to authorized UTEP users.
9 - 12, Academic/AP
Title from distributor's description
Subject Health promotion.
System Psychodynamic Wellness Triangle.
Genre Internet videos.
Internet videos
Contents Superfood Experiment (2:18); Blood Pressure Reduction Properties (3:03); Energy Drink Test (2:02); Caffeine Effects (3:04); Chocolate Health Benefits (2:21); Computer Screen Risk (2:23); Burn Treatment (3:39); Sugar Toxicity Debate: For (5:15); Sugar Toxicity Debate: Against (4:20); Waxing vs. Shaving (4:33); Stem Cell Organ Regeneration (3:24); Experimental Surgery (5:42); Experimental Surgery Results (1:24); Superfood Experiment Results (4:03); Credits: Trust Me...I'm a Doctor: Series 2--Episode 2 (0:51); 3 super foods (0:00); 3 super foods (1:39); 3 super foods results (1:37); 3 super foods * (2:18);
Summary Can foods be as potent as medicines? It's claimed garlic, beetroot and watermelon can all reduce our blood pressure--but what's the truth? Dr Chris van Tulleken investigates. Medical journalist Michael Mosley quizzes leading experts to discover if sugar really is a toxin. Dr Saleyha Ahsan dispels some popular myths about treating burns and surgeon Gabriel Weston travels to Russia to witness a controversial operation where stems cells are being used to rebuild organs. A BBC Production.
Other Author BBC (Firm)
Infobase, film distributor.
Other Title Trust Me...I'm a Doctor: Series 2--Episode 2