TV show makes GPs live with their patients
For GPs it's like a home visit that never ends, but for the viewing public, it's the latest reality TV concept.
The BBC has launched a new series entitled Doctor in the House in which — guess what? A GP moves into a house with a family, and spends a week observing, diagnosing and providing treatment suggestions for their health.
In the first program, Lancashire GP Dr Rangan Chatterjee moves in with a London family (pictured) where the 48-year old mum is trying to cope with stress, headaches and insomnia.
Meanwhile, her husband is