Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Dubai Today – Eye on Health

  • Eye On Health - Cosmetc Dentistry 23.05.2017

    Good teeth and a healthy looking smile can make a world of difference to your confidence. Suzanne Radford talks to Dr. Amer from the Dental SPA about cosmetic dentistry and the latest technology in the dental world to help you get that smile.


  • Eye On Health - Skin Cancer 16.05.2017

    We have Dr. Pegah Ceric Dehdari, Specialist Dermatologist and Medical Director of Cosmesurge and Emirates Hospital, joining Suzanne Radford in the studio to talk about skin cancer. What can be done to raise awareness and prevent skin cancer and what are the best methods of early detection?

  • Health & Wellbeing for Teenage Boys 16.05.2017

    Motivating teenage boys to be fit and healthy can be difficult. A recent report from Australia claimed some teenage boys drink up to 50 litres of soft drinks in a year with boys being far more likely to visit the vending machine than their female counterparts for their fizzy fixes as well as for junk food in general. Statistics show that boys are also at an increasing risk of anorexia and depression during their teenage years.

    Suzanne Radford invites a trio of men in studio to inspire and educate you and your boys on how to get active and healthy. Robin Giles, Director of Rugby and Head of Strength and Conditioning at Dubai English Speaking College, Keith O’Malley-Farrell, Managing Partner at The Physical Training Company, and Spencer Lodge, Founder of Make-It-Happen are in the studio.

  • Narcotics Anonymous 09.05.2017

    Suzanne Radford is joined by members of the UAE’s Narcotics Anonymous group. NA has been active since 1953 but membership rose dramatically after the early 80s when they published their book “The Basic Text”. The Narcotics Anonymous message is “that an addict, any addict, can stop using drugs, lose the desire to use and find a new way to live.” No distinction is made between drugs including alcohol and most importantly anonymity is protected fiercely.

  • World Asthma Day 09.05.2017

    World Asthma Day is an annual event organized by the Global Initiative for Asthma with a goal to improve asthma awareness and care around the world taking place last week on the 2nd May. Suzanne Radford speaks to Dr. Elie Abdallah, Consultant of Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine at Mediclinic Dubai Mall, discussing asthma here in the UAE region, and later on in the show joined on the phone by Dr Ranjan Suri, pediatric respiratory consultant at Great Ormond Street Hospital, London, UK.

  • Cervical Cancer Awareness 02.05.2017

    Suzanne Radford is in with Dr. Pamela Munster, Professor of Hematology/Oncology, Director of the Early Phase Clinical Trials Program and Associate Director of Investigational Therapeutics at the University of California, San Francisco. She is also a visiting consultant at Zulekha Hospital.

  • Parenting Styles 02.05.2017

    Suzanne Radford welcomes Andalene Salvesen, international speaker, author and parenting coach, mother of four and proud grandmother of 10. Andalene Salvesen has fondly become known as Super Granny and is the founder of Munchkins. We talk about parenting styles and how parents manage to balance the needs and wants of their children with their behavioural expectations as parents.

  • Eye On Health - Dr. Javid Abdelmoneim 25.04.2017

    Suzanne Radford is joined in the studio by Dr. Javid Abdelmoneim, A&E doctor and board member of Medecins Sans Frontieres UK (MSF), who is visiting the UAE as part of his work with the organisation. Dr. Javid’s volunteering work with MSF began in 2009 when he went to Iraq to provide assistance in the emergency room of a hospital. He has since completed missions in Haiti, South Sudan and Lebanon (for Syria). He also travelled to Sierra Leone to treat victims of the Ebola crisis.

  • Hormones and The Food We Eat 18.04.2017

    Suzanne Radford is joined in the studio by Keith Littlewood, rehabilitation and performance coach from Balanced Body Mind, and based at Hapi Dubai in Alserkal Avenue Al Quoz. Exploring digestion, sleep patterns, libido, living with an absence of pain and your own personal wellbeing.

  • Eye On Health - Alcoholics Anonymous 11.04.2017

    Suzanne Radford is discussing alcohol addiction with members of Alcholics Anonymous from the UAE. April marks Alcohol Awareness Month and Suzanne looks at the signs and symptoms of alcoholism, as well as the strategies AA use to combat the disease.

  • Eye On Health - Parkinson's Disease 11.04.2017

    Today marks World Parkinson’s Awareness Day and joining Suzanne Radford in studio from 11 are Dr Willem Van der Kamp, neurologist and neurophysiologist from the German Neuroscience Centre, Meeta Bhatia, who was caregiver to her father-in-law when he developed Parkinson’s and Vonita Singh, a trained professional dancer and daughter of a Parkinson’s sufferer who has started an initiative called Movement Mantra here in Dubai.

  • Eye On Health - Post-Natal Baby Care 04.04.2017

    Emma Brain speaks to Lili Kandalaft, Founder and CEO of Malaak Mama and Baby Care, a service that offers new mothers a range of classes, workshops and services to help ease them into motherhood.

  • Eye On Health - Vaccinations 04.04.2017

    Emma discusses vaccinations. The end of this month marks World Immunisation Week and Emma talks to Dr Madit Kumar, Paediatric Consultant and Specialist Neonatologist from Mediclinic Dubai, to address your questions and concerns regarding vaccinations.

  • Colon Cancer Awareness 28.03.2017

    Suzanne Radford is joined by Dr Maher A. Abbas, Consultant Colorectal Surgeon at Al Zahra Hospital Dubai. March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month in the USA. Colon cancer is different than most cancers – it’s largely preventable and beatable which is why we are raising awareness today and sharing the message – that screening saves lives.

  • Eye On Health - Well-Being360 - 28.03.2017

    How can we help when the stresses of modern living affect us? Suzanne speaks to three wellness specialists: Justine Bain from Sandy Seeds, Andrew C. Wright from ATIC, and Dr Vishwas Chhabra from Vishwas Lifestyle.