TDVS 0015 – These Foods,These Drugs, Sex, And Even Saliva -The Secret Causes Of Hepatitis

Discover in this episode:

– What is Hepatitis?
– Hepatitis gotten from certain foods?
– Hepatitis gotten from kissing?
– Other possible causes of Hepatitis
– Who is at risk for hepatitis?
– Which occupations are more prone to developing hepatitis?
– Health news
– And many more…

TDVS 0014 – Digital Health: How Important Is Your Phone To Your Health?

One of the smartest technology of the 21st century is ironically the smartphone. What active role can a smartphone play in your health in this digital age?

– Can your smartphone be a First Aid tool in case of an emergency? Find out in this short episode.

Mentioned in the episode:

My FitnessPal (For iPhone),  My FitnessPal (For Android)

Fooducate (For iPhone),   Fooducate (For Android)

HealthTap (For iPhone), HealthTap (For Android)

SleepCycle (For iPhone), SleepCycle (For Android)

HeadSpace (For iPhone), HeadSpace (For Android)

TDVS 0013 – Can You Prevent HIV Infection AFTER An Exposure? …Other Things To Know

Other things to come across include:

– What is HIV
– Different types of HIV and where they are prevalent
– What are the symptoms of each stage of HIV
– What are the causes and risk factors of HIV
– If HIV can be transmitted through saliva and sweat
– When to test for HIV
– How often you should test
– HIV myths and misconceptions
– Pre-exposure prevention of HIV
– Post exposure management of HIV
– HIV in a pregnant woman
– Trending health news worldwide
– And many more…

Health Tip Of The Winter – Protect Your Heart

‘Hypothermia means the body temperature has fallen below 35 degrees Celsius or about 95 degrees Fahrenheit. It occurs when your body can’t produce enough energy to keep the internal body temperature warm enough. It can kill you.’ – American Heart Association

“Cold weather sometimes creates a perfect storm of risk factors for cardiovascular problems.

“A mismatch between supply and demand” says Dr. Randall Zusman, a cardiologist with Harvard-affiliated Massachusetts General Hospital.

  • Cold weather can decrease the supply of oxygen-rich blood to your heart muscle.
  • Such a mismatch-a smaller supply of oxygen to the heart coupled with a greater demand for oxygen by the heart-sets you up for a heart attack.

TDVS 0012: After A Cancer Diagnosis, This Is The MOST IMPORTANT Thing You Should Do Next

Some of the highlights of this episode include:

  • How should you approach treatment following a diagnosis of cancer
  • What are the various forms of treatment of cancer
  • Can herbs be used as a cure for cancer
  • Is working possible after a cancer diagnosis
  • How can employees assist a cancer-stricken colleague
  • What can employers do for cancer patients
  • Is it possible to exercise if you have cancer
  • How can you tackle hair loss as a side effect of cancer treatment
  • Things to watch out for if you have cancer
  • Health news from across the world, including discovery of treatment for HIV
  • And many more…

TDVS 0011: KEY Take-Aways EVERY MAN & WOMAN Should Know About Cancer, & It’s Prevention


This episode is enriched with information such as:

  • How your environment exposes you to cancer
  • Risk factors and causes of cancer
  • Different types of carcinogens
  • How does cancer form in the body
  • Predominant cancer in different age groups of life, and how to prevent them when approaching that age
  • Second hand smoke and it’s link to ‘cancers’
  • Screening of breast cancer, lung cancer, skin cancer, colorectal cancer, liver cancer and other types of cancer
  • Vaccines for prevention of some cancers
  • Latest health news from across the world (Read full story through twitter links on the sidebar)

TDVS 0010 – Highly Beneficial Tactics For Effective Management Of Diabetes Mellitus

Things to discover in this episode include:

  • 4 COMPULSORY steps of self-management of diabetes mellitus
  • Insulin or Oral hypoglycemics? Which should you take?
  • Prevention and management of complications of diabetes mellitus
  • A customized diabetic diet guide for you
  • What food items a diabetic should eat
  • What food items should a diabetic avoid
  • Current health news from across the world

TDVS 0009: How Much Daily Sugar Can Lead To Diabetes?


9 things you will discover in this episode:

  • What is diabetes
  • What are the common misconceptions about diabetes
  • If eating sugar and sugary foods cause diabetes and if so, what quantity puts you at risk
  • What are the other causes of diabetes
  • Types of diabetes
  • World Health Organization’s recommended blood glucose level
  • World Health Organization’s recommended daily sugar intake
  • When should you suspect you have diabetes (Symptoms)
  • Complications of uncontrolled diabetes

TDVS 0008: Rheumatoid Arthritis: How To Manage Flare Ups And Achieve Remission For Years

In this episode:

  • Find out what is rheumatoid arthritis
  • Why early recognition of rheumatoid arthritis is important
  • Symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis
  • Causes of rheumatoid arthritis
  • What kind of food items are suitable in rheumatoid arthritis
  • How to self manage rheumatoid arthritis properly
  • What complications should you observe for in rheumatoid arthritis
  • How can you predict if you have a chance of developing rheumatoid arthritis in the next 15 years, despite no present symptom to suggest such
  • Latest health news across the globe including recent outbreaks

TDVS 0007: Effective Methods Of Preventing & Managing Osteoarthritis

You will discover in this episode:

  • What is osteoarthritis
  • How can you know when you have got one
  • The difference between Rheumatoid arthritis and Osteoarthritis
  • How is osteoarthritis properly managed
  • How is osteoarthritis best prevented in the young and in the old
  • Which persons are surgery recommended for
  • If not surgery, what are other effective alternatives
  • Expert opinion on causes, management of osteoarthritis by our Guest Speaker- Dr. Subhendu Naik, Consultant Orthopaedic surgeon
  • Latest health news from across the globe. Read the full stories in the twitter feed links located by the side of this page.
  • A take home summary on current and future management of osteoarthritis