The Street Doctors are on a mission
The third series of Street Doctor transmitted in spring 2008.
The doctors once more covered the length and breath of Britain, making calls in Aberdeen, Chester, Dover, the Lake District, Oxford, and Sheffield.
Did you know? Life expectancy for the UK increased between 1992 and 2005 by 3.6 years for males and 2.4 years for females. By 2005 there were only 9% of local authorities that had a life expectancy for males less than 75 years and only 13% of local authorities had female life expectancies less than 80 years.
Meet the doctors
Destination Lake District
Dr George treats a hoarse town crier.
Dr Barabra gives Paul an overhaul.
Dr Jonty meets a walker with fluid on the elbow.
UK health profile
The biggest killer in Cardiff is cardiovascular disease.
Smoking kills around 25,000 people in Northern Ireland every year.
Men in Glasgow have the lowest life expectancy in the UK
More people in the North West die from alcohol related illnesses than any where else in the country.
Women in the West Midlands are the most obese in the country.
Over 25% of all deaths in Southampton are due to cancer with 1000 new cases diagnosed every year.
In Leeds over 20,000 people are unable to work because of long term illness.
Newcastle has the highest number of binge drinkers in England.
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