In Sickness and in Health is a BBC television sitcom which ran between 1985 and 1992. It was a sequel to the highly successful Til Death Us Do Part, which ran between 1966 and 1975, and Till Death..., which ran for one series of six episodes in 1981.
Health Inspectors is an American reality television series on the Food Network. The series debuted on October 26, 2012 and follows Ben Vaughn as he volunteers his time to various restaurateurs around the country, who need to renovate their restaurants.
Health and Efficiency is a British situation comedy that was originally broadcast from 30 December 1993 to 10 February 1995 on BBC1 for a total of 12 episodes over 2 series. It was written by Andrew Marshall, writer of the sitcom 2point4 children. The show starred Gary Olsen and Roger Lloyd Pack who both starred in 2point4 children, as well as Victor McGuire and Deborah Norton. The setting was a hospital and each episode was 30 minutes in length.
Teenage Health Freak is a British teen comedy-drama about the life and travails of a socially awkward teenager as he goes through life. It is best known for featuring the actress Liza Walker and the actor Alex Langdon. It was based on the book Diary of a Teenage Health Freak, by Dr. Ann McPherson and Dr. Aidan Macfarlane.
How has fast food and sedentary lifestyles changed our patterns of health? What can we do to reverse the trend to obesity?
What do we know about Alzheimer's and other diseases of the brain? As we age, how does the brain change and adjust?
A-Z of Rude Health was a medical series taking a lighthearted look at sexual health. For every letter of the alphabet, a topic of sexual health was covered. e.g. A for Anal, B for Balls, C for Chlyamydia etc. The factual but lighthearted studio segments were presented in a semi-improvised format by Dr Phil Hammond and Dr Annie Evans after scripting discussions between the presenters and Mr Peter Greenhouse, while all three worked together at the Bristol Department of Sexual Health, and the vox pops and comedy pieces were written and performed by Kev F Sutherland. It was broadcast late on Friday night on regional ITV in the Bristol and West area. The same production team, at HTV in Bristol, went on to produce the first TV series of The Sitcom Trials, also for ITV.