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14872 Audio Programmes | 34 Program Languages | 44 Program Themes | 156 CR Stations | 56 CR Initiatives | and growing...

Tuberculosis ( Kannada)   
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TB is a communicable disease and spreads through air from one person to another. Here is a drama that describes the ways tuberculosis spreads. It also includes sections like announcements, celebrity speaks and jingles.

This programme is a part of REACH's Axshaya Project with Community Radio Stations.

TB is a problem ( Kannada)   
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This episode is based on the Tuberculosis which is a communicable disease. This programme includes feature, voice bytes, announcement and vox-pop. You may also listent to it for message of Rangayana Raghu on Tuberculosis.

Nalamai Vaazhvom ( Tamil)   
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This propgramme is based on health issues and focuses on the problem of Tuberculosis. Listen to the interview with Dr. K. R. John, HoD Community Medicine, SRM Medical College.

Nalamai vaazhoom (Healthy living) ( Tamil)   
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This programme focuses on healthy living and is based on the issue of Hemophilia. It was broadcast on World Hemophilia Day. Hemophilia is a disease related to bleeding where blood takes longer in clotting than normal. 

Dhanvantari - Ep01 ( Marathi)   
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In this episode of Dhanvantari, Yuvraj Jadhav interviews Dr. Harshvardha Vhora on Asthama and its causes. Dr. Harshvardhana explains that Asthma is a disorder that causes the airways of the lungs to swell and narrow, leading to wheezing, shortness of breath, chest tightness, and coughing. Asthma is caused by inflammation in the airways. When an asthma attack occurs, the muscles surrounding the airways become tight and the lining of the air passages swells. This reduces the amount of air that can pass by.

Kshayawar Vijay - How does TB spread? (Victory on TB) ( Marathi)   
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Tuberculosis is considered to be a communicable disease. This episode explains how TB spreads through the air mainly by coughs, sneezes and sputum. TB affects the people who generally have low levels of immunity. Cough hygiene is considered an important step in avoiding TB. Cough hygiene can be defined as the proper disposal of cough in such a way that it prevents the spread of infection to others. It can be done by using a handkerchief or napkin while coughing or sneezing and washing hands regularly. One should avoid spitting in open places. TB does not spread by touching the clothes or shaking hands with someone who is infected. This episode of ‘Kshayawar Vijay’ (Victory on TB) is part of a 16 episode series on Tuberculosis produced by Radio FTII with support from REACH Chennai.

This programme is part of REACH Chennai's collaboration with Community Radio Stations under Project Axshya.

 

 

 

Swasthya ki Baat - Ep06 ( Hindi)   
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Swasthya ki Baat is a radio series based on different aspects of HIV AIDS. In India, HIV infections have gone down drastically in last few years. Now, India is estimated to have 1.5 million (approximately) people living with HIV/AIDS. In this programme, Neetu talks about the stigma associated with HIV/ AIDS. It answers all the basic questions related to HIV.

Swasthya ki Baat - Ep05 ( Hindi)   
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Swasthya ki Baat is a radio series based on different aspects of HIV AIDS. In India, HIV infections have gone down drastically in last few years. Now, India is estimated to have 1.5 million (approximately) people living with HIV/AIDS. In this programme, Neetu talks about the stigma associated with HIV/ AIDS. It answers all the basic questions related to HIV.

Swasthya ki Baat - Ep04 ( Hindi)   
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Swasthya ki Baat is a radio series based on different aspects of HIV AIDS. In India, HIV infections have gone down drastically in last few years. Now, India is estimated to have 1.5 million (approximately) people living with HIV/AIDS. In this programme, Neetu talks about the stigma associated with HIV/ AIDS. It answers all the basic questions related to HIV.

Swasthya ki Baat - Ep03 ( Hindi)   
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Swasthya ki Baat is a radio series based on different aspects of HIV AIDS. In India, HIV infections have gone down drastically in last few years. Now, India is estimated to have 1.5 million (approximately) people living with HIV/AIDS. In this programme, Neetu talks about the stigma associated with HIV/ AIDS. It answers all the basic questions related to HIV.

Health --> Diseases and Conditions

1039 Programme(s)

This section will take you to the radio programmes that depict various health conditions, ailments, their causes, symptoms and cures. Here, you can listen to the interviews, interactions, dramas, features, discussions and talks with the doctors, health experts and counsellors.