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Nick Chisholm is a body builder whose body is paralysed. He's got locked-in syndrome, and he's one of the most charismatic men you'll ever meet.
Elyn, Debra and Paris have experienced schizophrenia. In this episode they debunk the myths of this misunderstood condition.
Doctors are seeing more and more young women who are anxious, depressed and suffering adrenal fatigue, today we explore why and what can be done to avoid it.
The pressure on women to be thin is everywhere. In this episode we look at the effects body pressure has on women, and why it must stop.
In this episode we explore why being a mum today is harder than ever and reveal how prolonged sleep deprivation has a negative lasting effect on our brains.
We're more connected than ever, but despite being constantly online, we're feeling isolated and anxious. We explore why social media is so addictive and what it's doing to our mental health.
Throughout childhood Jason Edgecombe was different and suffered endless rejection. A diagnosis of high-functioning autism in his 20s gave him the confidence to find his place, and now he helps others.
Claire Freeman's achieved a lot since a spinal injury that put her in a wheelchair at 17. But it was a mishap in a routine operation that has helped her to find true happiness.
Sam Smith is a comedian and a new dad. He doesn't take life too seriously but he's just been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. What does this mean for him and is laughter really the best medicine?
At six, Brylee Mills lost her arm, and has been coming to terms with it ever since. She's embarking on a photography project, taking pictures of women with amputations to try and accept her own.
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