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The dangers of pneumonia

The dangers of pneumonia

Peadiatric Pulmonologist Prof Refiloe Masekela spoke to Errol about the lung issues children experience when they are still young and how pneumonia is the biggest killer of kids under the age of five.



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All about hearing (51:34)

8 February 2017 3:08 PM

Errol spoke to Interacoustics audiologist Hendriena Pieterse about hearing loss. She also touched on some diseases or circumstances that can cause deafness.

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Ear, nose and throat problems (52:58)

8 February 2017 3:08 PM

Errol spoke to Union Hospital’sEar, Nose and Throat Specialist and surgeon Dr Duane Mol about ear, nose and throat problems. He also talked about ear and throat infections.

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Medical emergencies (52:22)

8 February 2017 3:06 PM

Medical emergencies can be frightening, especially if you are unprepared. Errol spoke to Dr Charl van Loggerenberg about ways to handle emergency situations.

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Brain Basics (50:59)

12 December 2016 12:42 PM

Errol spoke to Cari Corbet-Owen, Clinical Psychologist, Author and Film-maker about how our brain works. Cari talked about how our minds work to keep old stories alive through confirmation bias, selective processing, deletions and distortions.

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Dr Dominic Giampaolo, Neurologist, Private Practice:Health and Well-being- awareness campaign around Multiple Sclerosis (51:50)

12 December 2016 12:17 PM

Errol spoke to Dr Giampaolo about the Multiple Sclerosis (MS), the second most common cause of neurological disability in young adults. He also touched on a detailed view of MS-related damage in the central nervous system that results in the varied and unpredictable symptoms of the disease.

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Changing eating patterns (38:43)

12 September 2016 1:33 PM

Dietitian Monique Piderit spoke to Quereshini about the misconception people have about changing the type of food they eat between the winter and spring.

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If you are fat, it may not be your fault says Clinical Nutritionist, Nicci Robertson (51:21)

16 August 2016 11:04 AM

In the past three decades use of prescription medicines, specifically anti-depressants has increased to a level that one in three people are users of these products. 25% of these individuals can expect to add between 5 to 10 kilograms in body weight while on these drugs. 

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Alzheimer and dementia (52:1)

10 August 2016 9:54 AM

Errol Spoke to Lorraine Schirlinger about Alzheimer's  and the general impact of Alzheimer's.

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Bullying (52:8)

19 July 2016 9:59 AM

Clinical psychologist Jeremy Bayer talked to Errol about bullying in the workplace.

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