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Trust Me I'm A Doctor: Series 8: Episode 4 (29:07)

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Michael Mosley finds out whether singing can boost feel-good chemicals in the brain, Dr Zoe Williams discovers why music could help people with dementia, and Dr Alain Gregoire looks at some new research showing the surprising benefits of group singing for mothers with post-natal depression. Also in the program, Dr Giles Yeo finds out whether 'man flu' is real, and Gabriel Weston asks whether detoxing is a con.

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Trust Me I'm A Doctor: Series 8: Episode 4

Part of the Series : Trust Me I'm A Doctor: Series 8
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Michael Mosley finds out whether singing can boost feel-good chemicals in the brain, Dr Zoe Williams discovers why music could help people with dementia, and Dr Alain Gregoire looks at some new research showing the surprising benefits of group singing for mothers with post-natal depression. Also in the program, Dr Giles Yeo finds out whether 'man flu' is real, and Gabriel Weston asks whether detoxing is a con.

Length: 30 minutes

Item#: FMK188074

ISBN: 978-1-64867-270-5

Copyright date: ©2018

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