Food Shows

Future Thinking

Future Thinking

Renowned inventors, scientists and futurologists describe the big idea that they want to solve and how it can transform the world.
9 Videos
BBC Future
World-Changing Ideas

World-Changing Ideas

Fascinating stories, need-to-know briefings and compelling video inspired by BBC Future's World-Changing Ideas event series.
7 Videos
BBC Future
Rutherford and Fry

Rutherford and Fry

Drs Rutherford and Fry are on hand to solve everyday mysteries sent into BBC Future.
2 Videos
BBC Future
What If?

What If?

What If?' from BBC Future explores thought experiments and hypothetical scenarios.
1 Video
BBC Future

Food Videos

The Essential Guide To Healthy Grocery Shopping

The Essential Guide To Healthy Grocery Shopping

One of the key steps to eating healthier is to stock your kitchen and pantry with nutritious and healthy foods. Here are some tips that will make grocery shopping a breeze.
Stringr
1min
Mental Health In The Workplace

Mental Health In The Workplace

There is growing evidence that shows a connection between workplace stress and the development of depression and anxiety disorders.
Stringr
1min
Changing Clocks Is Bad For Your Health

Changing Clocks Is Bad For Your Health

For some, setting the clock forward one hour for daylight savings might mean just losing an hour of sleep; however, for others, the change can cause major harm to their health.
Stringr
1min
Wuhan's cat rescuer: the man saving pets abandoned during coronavirus outbreak

Wuhan's cat rescuer: the man saving pets abandoned during coronavirus outbreak

It is estimated that more than 30,000 pets have been left stranded after the Chinese government sealed off Wuhan following the coronavirus outbreak.
The Guardian
7mins
Can Flossing And Brushing Protect Against Stroke

Can Flossing And Brushing Protect Against Stroke

Maintaining good oral hygiene can go beyond just having a healthy set of teeth; it can also provide cardiovascular and central nervous system benefits.
Stringr
1min
Diabetes Among U.S. Youth Continues To Climb

Diabetes Among U.S. Youth Continues To Climb

A new study revealed that diabetes among U.S. youths continued to rise from 2002 to 2015, especially for Asian children and teens.
Stringr
1min
Your Social Media Feed Can Impact Your Diet

Your Social Media Feed Can Impact Your Diet

Images themselves aren't problematic, it's the promotion of health and wellness advice that isn't researched by doctors or nutritionists.
Stringr
1min
Tips To Keep Your Gut Healthy

Tips To Keep Your Gut Healthy

The bacteria in our gut are extremely important for our health. They help prevent intestinal inflammation and aid proper digestion and weight reduction. Monisha Ashokan, Nutritionist at Nourish Me, shares some important tips that can help keep the...
NDTV
3mins
How to use your nasal spray correctly

How to use your nasal spray correctly

Nasal sprays are meant to ease nasal congestion and allergic rhinitis, but if not used correctly, it won't be very effective. Associate Professor Jonny Peter from the UCT Lung Institute gives us tips to help make using a nasal spray more comfortable.
24.com
2mins
COVID-19 coronavirus: First death from outbreak in Europe as Chinese tourist dies in France

COVID-19 coronavirus: First death from outbreak in Europe as Chinese tourist dies in France

The man, who arrived in France on January 16, is the first to die in Europe from COVID-19 coronavirus.
Euronews
23secs
What are the symptoms of coronavirus to look out for?

What are the symptoms of coronavirus to look out for?

As the coronavirus outbreak continues to spread around the globe, so do the fears surrounding the disease. Here we look at what the symptoms of Covid-19 and how to protect ourselves against it.
Oovvuu/PA Originals
2mins
THE REAL POLLEN COUNT: How pollen is monitored in SA

THE REAL POLLEN COUNT: How pollen is monitored in SA

Pollen is an important cause of seasonal allergy, and because pollen seasons are lengthening and allergenic pollen is rising, monitoring the pollen count is becoming increasingly important. Aerobiologist Dr Dilys Berman explains how this is done.
24.com
2mins
Blood - an interview with our experts

Blood - an interview with our experts

In Good Shapes talks to Dr. Rudolf Tauber at Labor Berlin. He knows everything about blood tests and what physicians can learn from them. Dr. Claudia Vollbrecht from the Charite Hospital in Berlin explains the advantages of a liquid biopsy in anal...
Deutsche Welle
9mins
Mom-To-Be's Makeup Can Impact Kid's Weight

Mom-To-Be's Makeup Can Impact Kid's Weight

Many women have fallen into the habit of wearing makeup daily, however, pregnant women should be cautious when it comes to applying certain ingredients on their bodies.
Stringr
1min
Stay Fit Without Working Out At The Gym

Stay Fit Without Working Out At The Gym

Yes! You can stay fit without having to run to the gym everyday. This new technique of staying active and healthy is called NEAT or Non Exercise Activity Thermogenesis. Watch Nutritionist Monisha Ashokan talk about what is it and how you can inclu...
NDTV
3mins
Arab Health 2020: What are the advancements in Abu Dhabi’s medical sector?

Arab Health 2020: What are the advancements in Abu Dhabi’s medical sector?

Arab Health 2020 has showcased the latest technological and artificial intelligence innovations for medical fields from cardiology to radiology, with the aim of reducing surgical errors and waiting times.
Euronews
1min
UAE’s first Indian female doctor, Dr. Zulekha tells her story

UAE’s first Indian female doctor, Dr. Zulekha tells her story

At 82 years of age, Dr. Zulekha Daud works tirelessly to drive the UAE’s health sector forward.
Euronews
12mins
Asthma in the UAE: What are the causes and treatments?

Asthma in the UAE: What are the causes and treatments?

The dusty, arid, sandstorm-prone environments of countries of the Arab Gulf, can create a whirlwind of respiratory problems for some regional residents.
Euronews
3mins
What All Should You Carry In Your First Aid Kit?

What All Should You Carry In Your First Aid Kit?

A well-stocked first-aid kit helps you respond quickly and effectively to common injuries and emergencies both at home and while travelling. Dr Monica Mahajan, Director of Internal Medicine at Max Healthcare, shares a list of medicines and essenti...
NDTV
2mins
Inside South Africa's quest for an HIV vaccine in under two minutes

Inside South Africa's quest for an HIV vaccine in under two minutes

The Uhambo vaccine trial may be over but South Africa's search for a jab that could prevent HIV globally isn't.
24.com
2mins
Do face masks help prevent coronavirus?

Do face masks help prevent coronavirus?

The Guardian's health editor, Sarah Boseley, gives the lowdown on the effectiveness of wearing face masks to protect against the coronavirus, explains how viruses are spread.
The Guardian
3mins
Red And Processed Meats Are Not Good For Health

Red And Processed Meats Are Not Good For Health

New research in which 30,000 people were followed for up 30 years by US researchers found a risk of death linked to eating processed meat or unprocessed red meat each week.
Stringr
1min
Are You Exercising Too Much?

Are You Exercising Too Much?

While most people have trouble getting themselves to workout enough there are people who exercise too much.
Stringr
1min
Are Flaxseeds A SuperFood?

Are Flaxseeds A SuperFood?

Flax seeds are one of the oldest crops, scientific research is now backing up its health benefits.
Stringr
1min
Top 5 Health Conditions Affecting Millennials

Top 5 Health Conditions Affecting Millennials

New research from the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association finds that millennials may be considerably less healthy as they age.
Stringr
1min
Meet the healthcare workers filling the gap when doctors and nurses are few and far between

Meet the healthcare workers filling the gap when doctors and nurses are few and far between

When a rural hospital brought this woman into its multidrug-resistant TB programme, it saw a 20% jump in the people who were cured. The catch? She's not even a doctor.
24.com
4mins
How do you test for allergies?

How do you test for allergies?

Allergy testing is the first step to effective allergy treatment. Professor Jonny Peter, Head of the Allergy Unit at the University of Cape Town (UCT) Lung Institute explains how allergy testing works.
24.com
1min
Coronavirus: French evacuation flight from Wuhan lands near Marseille

Coronavirus: French evacuation flight from Wuhan lands near Marseille

A planeload of about 200 French citizens from the virus-hit Chinese city of Wuhan has landed in southern France.
Euronews
16secs
Why You Should Regularly Change Fitness Plans

Why You Should Regularly Change Fitness Plans

New studies reveal that sticking to the same fitness plan can cause injury and fitness fatigue, mix it up to make sure your workouts are as effective as possible!
Stringr
1min
How To Stop Overeating At Night

How To Stop Overeating At Night

Some tricks and tips on how to curb those nighttime cravings! Clip 1 Shuuterstock, Clip 2 Shutterstock, Clip 3 Stringr, Clip 4 Stringr, Clip 5 Stringr, Clip 6 Stringr, Clip 7 Stringr, Clip 8 Stringr
Stringr
1min
Airport screening 'not effective' in containing coronavirus outbreak

Airport screening 'not effective' in containing coronavirus outbreak

Quarantine is a far more effective measure of containing coronavirus than screening at airports, an expert has told Euronews
Euronews
2mins
Should Students Be Permitted Excused Mental Health

Should Students Be Permitted Excused Mental Health

In response to the rising rates of depression and suicide among young people in the united states, some states are considering mental health days.
Stringr
1min
Purell Sanitizer Doesn’t Prevent The Flu

Purell Sanitizer Doesn’t Prevent The Flu

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration warned Gojo Industries, the owner of Purell, to stop claiming that its hand sanitizers can prevent Ebola, norovirus, the flu and other ailments.
Stringr
1min
What is pollen monitoring?

What is pollen monitoring?

Pollen is one of the most common causes of allergies, but have you ever wondered how it is identified? Dr Dilys Berman, aerobiologist at the University of Cape Town (UCT) tells us about the method used to detect pollen grains.
24.com
1min
What is pollen?

What is pollen?

Dr Dilys Berman, aerobiologist at the University of Cape Town (UCT) gives us an overview of pollen: how it's produced, the types of plants that produce it, and the difference between insect-pollinated and wind-pollinated plants.
24.com
1min
'Why do you want to be a woman when you are not': Love, acceptance & HIV

'Why do you want to be a woman when you are not': Love, acceptance & HIV

In a world where transgender people face stigma and discrimination every day, these clinics are trying to make their lives easier.
24.com
3mins
Impact Of Coronavirus In India: Preventive Measures

Impact Of Coronavirus In India: Preventive Measures

WHO has declared an emergency in China, where the coronavirus originated. This highly contagious, flu-like virus spreads human to human The symptoms include cough, fever, shortness of breath, and difficulty in breathing. Dr Monica Mahajan, Directo...
NDTV
3mins
Coronavirus: Your Questions Answered

Coronavirus: Your Questions Answered

What is coronavirus? How is it transmitted? What are the symptoms like and how dangerous is it? Dr Monica Mahajan, Director, Internal Medicine from Max Healthcare answers all these questions and more. Watch now!
NDTV
3mins
Home Care Help People Save Money And Heal Faster

Home Care Help People Save Money And Heal Faster

People prefer home care for many reasons, but the top reasons are being able to save money and getting treated in the comfort of their own home.
Stringr
1min
No, Pasta Isn’t Bad For You

No, Pasta Isn’t Bad For You

Research reveals that pasta lovers can enjoy their favorite Italian dish as part of a healthy diet, as long as it's eaten in moderation.
Stringr
1min
South Africa's cataract surgery is under pressure – 290 000 people could lose their eyesight

South Africa's cataract surgery is under pressure – 290 000 people could lose their eyesight

An estimated 290 000 South Africans could become blind as a result of untreated cataracts, with government facilities in most provinces unable to meet the demand for eyesight-saving surgery and waiting lists stretching well over a year.
24.com
2mins
Sick system: Bulgarian health crisis leaves patients vulnerable

Sick system: Bulgarian health crisis leaves patients vulnerable

Bulgaria is in the grip of a health crisis as thousands of doctors and nurses leave the country. The result is a health system struggling to cope, where patients are left without key services.
Euronews
Back pain - Our expert guest talk

Back pain - Our expert guest talk

In Good Shape meets specialist Dr. Fernando Dimeo at a sports medicine treatment facility in Berlin. He knows the most frequent causes of back pain, and shows how to prevent it - and how to provide relief through exercise.
Deutsche Welle
8mins
Marijuana Dangerous For Those On Heart Medication

Marijuana Dangerous For Those On Heart Medication

Recent review reveals marijuana interferes with common heart medication.
Stringr
1min
Mental Health At Work

Mental Health At Work

How to arm yourself with techniques to deal with anxiety and stress in the workplace.
Stringr
1min
Eating Disorders Aren’t What You Think

Eating Disorders Aren’t What You Think

The Academy of Eating Disorders has released a list of things they say people should know about eating disorders. Here are the top 6.
Stringr
1min
Plant-Based Fast Food Is Not Healthier

Plant-Based Fast Food Is Not Healthier

Plant-based meats have been taking over grocery store aisles, and are marketed as healthy alternatives to traditional meats. Clip1-Stringr Clip2-Stringr Clip3-Stringr Clip4-Shutterstock Clip5-Stringr Clip6-Stringr Clip7-Stringr Clip8-Stringr
Stringr
1min
Mum hid baby from strangers because of purple birthmarks

Mum hid baby from strangers because of purple birthmarks

The mum of a girl with "purple" birthmarks bravely admitted she hid her from strangers for SIX weeks after she was born - and even used filters in photos she posted online. Sara Farrow, 27, was scared of people seeing her newborn daughter Lacey-D...
SWNS
2mins