Klinefelter syndrome is a chromosomal condition that affects male physical and cognitive development. Affected individuals typically have small testes that do not produce as much testosterone as usual, this has multiple ripple effects on the individual. Dr. Sindi and her guest Stephen Malherbe discuss this syndrome.  

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The Notebook is one of the most romantic movies of our time. We see a loving husband reading to his wife with Alzheimer’s Disease, recounting their lives together, eventually they both lie down, fall asleep and pass away peacefully. Is this the reality of Alzheimer’s? Or did the movie forget to show you how Alzheimer’s […]

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It’s said that one in ten new mothers will unknowingly suffer from postnatal depression. Counselling Psychologist Mara Zanella joins Dr Sindi to discuss the signs and symptoms of postnatal depression, as well as what one should do to combat this, either in yourself or a loved one.  

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Dr Sindi speaks to Dr Natalie Arkin Mills who is a passionate chiropractor. She tells us of her journey, the ups and downs and answers all chiropractic-related questions and fears.  

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Kelly Du Plessis, Founder and Chairperson of the Rare Diseases Society of South Africa, discusses the upcoming Rare Diseases Day on February 28th. We discover what rare disease are often overlooked and misunderstood.  

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Dr Sindi chats to Dr Lerato Masemola about her GP practice and consulting in the private sector as well as her experiences as a doctor.  

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To circumcise or not to circumcise? That is the question. Together with Drs Hillary Mukudu and Gwinyai Masukume (both males), Dr Sindi takes us behind the research of circumcision as an HIV prevention method. They also delve into penis-shaped foods and penis piercings.  

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Prof. Tim Noakes discusses his controversial but ever-so-popular Banting Diet. We are joined by self-confessed sugar addict Karen Thomson. To top it off we have a chef in studio preparing some Banting food.  

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Dr Khanyisile Tshabalala and Dr Lesego Twala, who both work for an HIV/AIDS NPO based in Soweto, dissect where we are as a country regarding HIV. South Africa has the biggest HIV treatment programme in the world, better drugs, and people no longer need to die from this disease.  

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