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We all worry about our health, from headlines that raise concerning questions to confusing medical myths and common illnesses that leave us searching for answers. Investigate what's worth worrying about and what's not. Our hosts conduct their own experiments, talk to leading experts about cutting edge research, and get the facts we all need to stay fit, well and worry free.

Can I Catch It is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (4 episodes). The series first aired on .

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  • Can out of date make-up make us ill? Dr Phil Kieran investigates the dangers. Can you catch a cold from begin cold? Dr Javid Abdelmoneim heads up the Cairngorm mountains to find out. Why do millions of people struggle to sleep in a strange bed? Dr Helen Lawal looks into the latest cutting edge research and discovers what we can all do to get a better night's rest.

  • Can eating food off the floor be good for us? Dr Javid Abdelmoneim puts the theory to the test. Are we being invaded by "Supernits"? Dr Helen Lawal investigates whether we should be concerned about a potential outbreak and can reading in the dark turn you blind? Dr Phil Kieran plays guinea pig to find out.

  • Are our gyms dirtier than a toilet seat? Dr Javid Abdelmoneim goes undercover to get to the bottom of scary health headlines and looks into how we can protect ourselves from dangerous bugs whilst working out. Does catching chicken pox from a brother or sister makes it worse? Dr Helen Lawal investigates the latest chicken pox stories and can bacon sandwiches cause cancer?

  • Can you get Lyme Disease whilst walking the dog? A&E Doctor Javid Abdelmoneim heads to the New Forest to investigate. Are smart phones affecting men's fertility? GP Phil Kieran carries out his own experiment to find out. And how far from a sneeze can you catch a disease? Doctor Helen Lawal looks into new ground breaking research to get the answer.