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Colin A. Michie
MA.FRCPCH.FLS Consultant

Dr Sarah Brewer

Dr Chris Steele
M.B., Ch.B.

Colin A. Michie MA.FRCPCH.FLS Consultant Senior Lecturer in Paediatrics

Dr Colin Michie qualified from Oxford in 1983, and has trained as a paediatrician with a special interest in infectious diseases. For some 10 years he has been involved in investigations into the effects of bacterial toxins.

He currently works in Ealing Hospital NHS Trust and has specialist clinics and laboratory groups in Guys Hospital and Imperial College.

Dr Sarah Brewer MA MB BChir graduated from Cambridge University. She is a fully trained GP who works in hospital medicine and sexual health.

Health Journalist of the year 2002, she has written a wide variety of books and has regular columns in numerous publications including The Daily Telegraph, Daily Record, The Lady, Natural Health & Well-being, Sugar and Prima.

Dr Sarah has three children, including twins Roman and Sapphire.

Dr Chris Steele M.B., Ch.B., general practitioner, was senior partner in a busy South Manchester medical practice between 1970 - 2002. He is now a 'Freelance Physician!'

He is a familiar face as resident doctor on ITV's 'This Morning' show since it's launch is 1988. His TV work is extensive and includes his latest project as medical expert on ITV's 'Celebrity Fit Club.'

He has written extensively on general medical issues and smoking cessation. Published books - 'Quitting Smoking' and 'Babies and Young Children.' He lectures both nationally and internationally on a multitude of health topics and smoking cessation.

Dr Chris is married to Monica, an ex-midwife. They have two sons and two daughters.

'This information and guidance is brought to you by Dr Chris Steele M.B.. Ch.B./Dr Sarah Brewer MA MB BChir / Dr Colin Michie MA.FRCPCH. FLS who is/are expressing his/her/ their own independent views. Neither Dr Steel or Dr Brewer or Dr Michie can enter into personal communication, if you have concerns about your child's health, contact your own G.P. or other health professional.'