To help manage your blood sugar levels, try the following diet tips by our expert nutritionist Pooja Malhotra.
July month is observed as Dry Eye Awareness month. It's a major health concern in today's fast pace world and occurs when the eye does not produce tears properly or when the tears are not of the correct consistency and evaporate too quickly. In ma...
Menstruation is an essential part of women's monthly hormone cycle. A woman loses around 70 mm of blood during each period. The whole cycle lasts around 28 days.
Artist Sadat Nduhira helps women to sew their own sanitary pads. Feminine hygiene products are expensive, while rags or leaves are not reliable. The project enables girls to continue attending school when they have their period.
Menstruation is a crucial biological process. Despite this, strange myths about periods still prevail around the world - in some cases being used to oppress women. In many cultures, women are considered unclean during menstruation.
Professor Heiko Krude heads Berlin's Charite Hospital Center for Rare Diseases. He speaks with In Good Shape's Dr. Carsten Lekutat about the difficulties patients with rare diseases face, as well as new diagnostic techniques.
Dr Grewal, CEO, Grewal Eye Institute in Chandigarh, tells us all about dry eye, its causes and types.
Dr. Michael Schenk treats patients suffering from pain. He discusses the most effective treatment options.
Looking to improve your skin tone and bring that glow back? Look no further than the Carbon Spectra treatment. Dr Jaishree Sharad, Celebrity Cosmetic Dermatologist, tells us all about it.
Summer is here and as you get ready to have all the fun in the sun, do not forget how those extra hours in the sun can impact your skin. Here are some summer skin care tips you must follow this season by Celebrity Cosmetic Dermatologist, Dr Jaishr...
International Yoga Day is on June 21 and was first celebrated in 2015. The goal of the annual event is to make yoga more widely known worldwide. The ancient Indian practice has proven health benefits for body and mind.
Meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD) may be one of the most common eye problems one has heard of and is often the underlying cause of dry eyes. Dr Rushad Shroff, Medical Director and Consultant, Shroff Eye Centre, tells us how we can treat MGD.
Dr. Carsten Lekutat answers viewers' questions on medical problems. This time, it's all about the hormone melatonin which regulates our sleep.
Farhad Djabbari has been practicing yoga for a long time and has introduced many students to the benefits of the ancient practice. In Good Shape host Carsten Lekutat got the instructor to show him some poses.
Dry eyes is a common condition that occurs when your tears are unable to provide adequate lubrication for the eyes. What is the cause and how can you treat them? Watch Dr Nitin Deshpande, Director at the Shree Ramakrishna Netralaya, tell us all ab...
There are some easy changes you can make to tone and trim your tummy. Eat healthily most of the time, implement these changes and you should start to see results!
Scientist Mark Miodownik challenges chef Marcus Wareing to a cookery competition.
Provocative documentary following the doctors who can now interrupt the death process.
Blood is our body's delivery service. It flows continuously through our veins and provides nutrients to our cells. In Good Shape reveals the most important facts about the 'liquid organ'.
The Fertility Center Berlin helps woman to fulfill their dream of having a child. Carsten Lekutat talks to reproductive health expert Heribert Kentenich.
In Good Shapes talks to Dr. Rudolf Tauber at Labor Berlin 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 analyzing tumor cells.
As Muslims around the world enter the holy month of Ramadan, Dr Meltem Yalinay spoke to us about her findings on how fasting affects gut health. #Ramadan #fasting #health
The doctors reveal how we can all stick to those health resolutions we made at New Year.
The doctors consider whether or not meat is bad for us and show us how to spot sepsis.
How to treat allergic reactions and whether new mealtimes can help with dieting.
Featuring a cheat's guide to a better body and how to burn more fat without exercising.
200 volunteers to test a surprising way to cure food cravings.
Dr Saleyha Ahsan reveals new research that could cure snoring.
How to avoid losing your marbles, and Michael Mosley's tips to cure cramp.
Can hay fever be cured? Are smoothies good for you? Is coffee bad for you?
Can you be fit and fat? The team answers this and other health questions.
In Good Shape talks to psychotherapist Dr. Mazda Adli from Flieder Clinic Berlin. He's a stress researcher whose main focus is loneliness in big cities. He explains the possible causes and what we can do to help ourselves.
This week on Fitness Monday, Sakshi Bajaj puts the spotlight on mobility exercises for the joints. Master instructor Vicky Kapoor joins in to show how one can fight joint aches and get rid of stiffness in the joints.
Dr. Thomas Wolf explains how hypnotherapy works and when it's useful. President of the German Hypnodontics Society, Dr. Wolf researches the clinical applications of hypnosis at the University of Bern.
Documentary following diverse members of three slimming clubs as they try to lose weight.
Professor Alice Roberts uncovers the surprising health benefits of our favourite foods.
How the ageing process and stressful situations can be reduced via our hormones.
A look at how modern life can often conflict with the changes caused by hormones.
In Good Shape discusses the benefits of abstinence from food with Bettina Becher, a yoga teacher and instructor for therapeutic fasting at the Weg der Mitte health foundation in Berlin.
An intense debate is underway over the benefits and drawbacks of using microchips, typically relied upon to identify ranch animals and pets, on humans.
After taking a DNA test on a whim, author Dani Shapiro discovered that her beloved late father had not been, in fact, her biological parent.
Michael Gerson is a political columnist for the Washington Post and a regular contributor to the NewsHour.
Simon Armitage explores the obsession with upgrading to the latest technological gadgetry.