Interviews about Medicine

Interviews about medicine, physiology, pathology, bacteria and viruses, pharmacology, food, hormones, neuroscience and psychology...

16 December 2021

We may get a sentimental feeling when we hear voices singing, but what causes us to reminisce?

14 December 2021

How is nanotechnology being used to fight certain diseases?

14 December 2021

We look at the impact Omicron is having on South Africa to see what it's doing.

14 December 2021

A new chemical has been identified to combat the extra pounds brought about by quitting smoking.

14 December 2021

Driving home for Christmas, after a bottle of sherry. I take a look at the levels next to me, I am not safe.

14 December 2021

Just when you thought disease-linked genes were bad enough, look at what they're doing to the other genes.

14 December 2021

How does the brain coordinate the release of the same hormone, from the same cells, in different places and at...

14 December 2021

I wanna have immunity, like no one ever was. To live well is my body's test. To train it is time's cause...

29 November 2021

Satiation and appetite could be linked to a specific region in the brain

29 November 2021

Omicron cases spring up across the globe, should we be worried?

23 November 2021

Body odour compounds in babies increase women's aggression but decrease men's aggression

23 November 2021

With 90% of the population having had at least one jab, do we still need to introduce vaccination passports?

11 November 2021

It's time for a quiz to challenge our scientists on what they know about all things green.

02 November 2021

We speak with a spider venom researcher to find out why venom is so useful...

02 November 2021

As "smartphone pinky" goes viral on social media, are phones damaging our digits?

02 November 2021

With Covid cases rising in the UK, should the government be moving forward with Plan B of restrictions?

02 November 2021

We now know SARS-CoV-2 kills cells in the brain's blood vessels, which may be behind neurological symptoms

19 October 2021

When high-risk research is being considered, who is responsible for giving it the go-ahead?

19 October 2021

We look at the incidents when dangerous diseases have escaped the lab into the wide world...

19 October 2021

Labs fall into four categories depending on how dangerous the disease being studied is.

19 October 2021

What can we learn from making diseases more dangerous in the lab?

19 October 2021

Would you fund research that could prevent a pandemic, but may accidentally cause one in the process?

19 October 2021

Severe illness in unvaccinated pregnant women with COVID is causing alarm...

19 October 2021

Some people are reporting changes to their period after receiving a COVID vaccine, what could be going on?