What’s the new wave in the world of health, and how open should society be in accepting new trends? How are philosophies and approaches like ayahuasca and the likes regulated and governed? Health models that we use today are ever-changing, and to give a scope of what is happening in the medical world today, Gareth chats to Dr Carlos Alvear Lopez.

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Vula is an app that puts primary healthcare workers directly in touch with on-call specialists. It’s the brainchild of Dr William Mapham, who conceived the idea while working in rural Swaziland and experiencing first-hand the difficulties faced by rural health workers when they need specialist advice. Listen to his personal journey and what inspired him to dedicate his career to giving health workers – particularly those in remote rural areas – a tool that helps to get patients quick and efficient specialist care. Brought to you by Naked Insurance.

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We may hate to admit it, but we all lose our way in health and fitness. South Africans in general are even climbing up the obesity rankings worldwide, but a brand is looking to address this. A guy called Hobbo has started something called the #BiogenJourney, and he comes into studio to share his story and inspire people in making a positive change in their lives in the same way.

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13.03.19 Pt 2 – Ben visited the hospital yesterday, and it’s official – he’s an old man. Could an app do more good than police? Siya has the details on that. The team chat to Pauline Solomons from The Children’s Hospital Trust, to highlight some of the great work the organisation is doing. And find out the latest from friend to the show, High Rob.

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Imagine leaving your doctor after receiving the dreaded news that you have cancer. The sinking feeling, the anxiety, the loneliness of that moment. If it hasn’t happened to you, then chances are that it has happened to someone you know and love. Some people don’t have to imagine. It’s gut-wrenching, terrifying, too much to bear. But you don’t have to go through this alone.

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Join two leading oncologists and a medical geneticist, for a frank discussion that answers all your questions about cancer. Explore genetic, lifestyle and environmental factors that affect your risk. Understand diagnosis, treatment methods and hear myths debunked.

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The right know-how and savvy can make all the difference to navigating a cancer journey. Dr Sandile Mhlongo and Dr Noluthando Nematswerani walk through each step – from healthy living and screening tests to the healthcare support needed through a diagnosis, individualised treatment plans and more.

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Ladies, listen up! Specialist Breast Surgeon, Prof. Carol Benn and Gynaecologist, Dr Trudy Smith share a treasure trove of information, from cancer’s impact on fertility and femininity, to vaccinations and healthy living to cut cancer risk, breast self-examination, mammograms, pap smears and more.

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Two top Paediatric Oncologists, an education expert and the brave mother of two young daughters diagnosed with cancer, share in an unforgettable, true-to-life discussion about childhood cancers. Explore symptoms, treatment, emotional support, keeping schooling on track and much more.

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Urologists Prof. Shingai Mutambirwa and Dr Evelyn Moshokoa, and surgical gastroenterologist, Dr Dean Lutrin, lay down the tools every guy needs to stay one step ahead of cancers that affect men. Find out why guys dismiss worrying symptoms, how cancer treatments affect sexuality and more!

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