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Ask Doctor Dawn
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Study shows that Alternative medicine approaches to cancer help but should not replace conventional treatment; The problems with nanoparticles in sunscreens; Can I do anything to reduce floaters in my eyes? Interpreting common blood tests to predict recurrence of cancer; Saw Palmetto and Chinese herbs are more natural alternative to drugs for u ...…
 
In this special edition of Business Matters, Vivienne Nunis is live from the Indian state of Punjab where she takes a trip to ‘Medi street’ where there’s the highest number of medical clinics and hospitals per capita in Asia. A report from a blanket factory reveals the lack of workplace safety. Also on the programme, a special interview with Pu ...…
 
US markets stabilised on Thursday after steep falls earlier in the day spurred by fears about US-China trade tensions and global growth. The rebound followed sharp falls in Europe and extended the sharp market swings seen in recent weeks. We get analysis first from Susan Schmidt, Head of US equities at Aviva Investors in Chicago. The Gulf Coope ...…
 
Canadian authorities have arrested the daughter of the founder of Chinese telecoms giant Huawei at the request of US law enforcement. Robert Fife, who broke the story for the Globe and Mail, explains the implications. Also in the programme, a meeting of the world’s biggest oil exporters will discuss output cuts to help shore up prices. Amrita S ...…
 
British Prime Minister Theresa May has suffered two major defeats - just before opening five days of debate on the Government's deal for the UK's withdrawal from the European Union. With widespread expectation that the deal will not pass a vote in the House of Commons, the BBC's Rob Watson explains what's next. Also in the programme, we get an ...…
 
Punjab is known as India's agricultural heartland. In a special edition of the programme we hear about the push towards more sustainable farming in the state and the early rumblings of an organic food revolution.We meet the Punjabi film star and singer Babbu Maan, looking to challenge Bollywood. We visit one of India's most sacred sites, the Go ...…
 
We assess the scale of a ceasefire announced between the US and China in their trade war. Kristen Hopewell is a senior lecturer in international political economy at the University of Edinburgh, and considers the likely impact of a scaling back of hostilities. Also in the programme, United Nations-sponsored climate talks are getting under way i ...…
 
Marriott hotels says a cyber attacker has accessed data for hundreds of millions of customers. The online security expert Graham Cluley tells us what's known about the data breach. Also, with leaders of the G20 group of countries gathered in Buenos Aires, Argentina, trade is at the top of the agenda. Our correspondent discusses the deal that ha ...…
 
As the G20 summit gets underway in Buenos Aires, what are the odds of Donald Trump and Xi Jinping reaching an agreement that could end the US-China trade dispute? Meanwhile, a bilateral trade deal that's nearly completed could see Argentinian beef back on American supermarket shelves. Daniel Gallas reports from Buenos Aires where local producer ...…
 
This special edition is broadcast live from the Indian state of Punjab. Known as the "Land of Five Rivers", Punjab was split down the middle between Hindu-majority India and Muslim-majority Pakistan over 70 years ago. The economic ramifications of that division continue to this day. In the first of three programmes from Punjab, we talk about th ...…
 
Thousands of American businesses are calling on President Trump to reach a deal with President Xi to end tariffs. Craig Allen from the US-China Business Council tells us the US president has been poorly advised on trade with China. Also in the programme, French President Emmanuel Macron has said he will not abandon a controversial fuel tax. The ...…
 
General Motors announces job cuts and factory closures as it seeks to further its pace in technology. NASA has landed a robot on Mars, intended to explore the planet's interior. The International Labour Organisation's (ILO) latest report shows that global growth in wages has stagnated to its slowest since 2008. Plus, why are people clueless whe ...…
 
The price of oil has dropped to its lowest all year. With a glut in supply and lessening demand, OPEC is pushing allied producers including Russia to join in output cuts of 1 million to 1.4 million barrels per day to shore up the price.The BBC's Middle East Business Reporter Paul Blake explains the factors pushing down the price.And, will Taiwa ...…
 
The UK and EU say they've agreed in principle a blueprint for their future relationship after Brexit. Ian Wishart, European government reporter for Bloomberg in Brussels tells us what is in the deal.We have a report on the challenges for non-white people to find products which match their skin tone, and meet businesses launching items from band ...…
 
The Abu Dhabi sovereign wealth fund IPIC has launched a civil suit against Goldman Sachs, claiming "redress for a massive global conspiracy.... to defraud and injure." Goldman says it fully expects to challenge the case. Clare Ballantyne, a business reporter with Bloomberg in New York - tells us about the suit launched by IPIC. For the first ti ...…
 
Renault has appointed a temporary deputy chief executive to take over the running of the car firm following the arrest of Carlos Ghosn.Following an emergency board meeting Renault said its chief operating officer, Thierry Bolloré, would step up to the role because Mr Ghosn was "temporarily incapacitated". Our correspondent Theo Leggett reports ...…
 
The global car industry is reeling from the arrest of Carlos Ghosn - Chairman of Nissan, Mitsubishi Motors and Renault - over claims of financial misconduct. Ashvin Chotai is Managing Director of Intelligence Automotive Asia.China’s President Xi Jinping starts a two-day visit to the Philippines today – BBC correspondent Howard Johnson explains ...…
 
Functional MRI shows that crocodiles hear music like mammals; Dark chocolate with more than 70% cacao is a serious brain food! Functional Medicine approach to medicine is defined, e.g., pain control without opiates; Nutmeg helps prevent liver damage from toxins; Drinking baking soda is anti-inflammatory and activates stomach acid; Why health ca ...…
 
Despite cabinet departures, UK Prime Minister Theresa May is sticking to her Brexit plan. Whilst some big British businesses are coming out in favour of the proposals, we gauge reaction from elsewhere on the continent with Ian Talbot, chief executive of the Irish Chambers of Commerce, and Ilja Nothnagel, head of international trade at the Germa ...…
 
A succession of British ministers has quit the cabinet of UK Prime Minister Theresa May, in the wake of a draft EU withdrawal agreement. The Financial Times' George Parker joins the show to help untangle where things go from here.The US government is moving to tighten regulations on vaping products, as well as outright ban menthol cigarettes. S ...…
 
The UK cabinet has backed a draft withdrawal agreement between the UK and the EU, Prime Minister Theresa May has said, after a "long, detailed and impassioned debate" in a five-hour cabinet meeting. Prime Minister May said it was a "decisive step" in the progress of Brexit, and would allow the long-awaited agreement to be finalised. We'll hear ...…
 
The wildfires in California continue to burn. In terms of fatalities and damage, they're the worst ever in the state. Over the weekend, the president angered a lot California residents by tweeting that the fires had been caused by poor forest management. Rich Gordon, CEO of the California Forestry Association, responds to the charge.The 33rd AS ...…
 
A judge in the US has asked Amazon to hand over audio recordings from an Amazon Echo which was in a house where two women died. We hear from the BBC's Dave Lee.Stan Lee, the father of the modern comic book - he invented Iron Man, the Incredible Hulk, Spider Man and a hundred other characters - has died. The characters are the base of multiple m ...…
 
Pakistan's finance minister has announced the country will ask the International Monetary Fund for a bailout. We'll hear from Nadeem Haque, a former Pakistani official and former IMF representative, and Saeed Shah from the Wall Street Journal in Islamabad.Then, Jair Bolsonaro is the favourite in the second round of Brazil's presidential electio ...…
 
Details of the various stages of tumor development and various approaches to treatment of cancer; Dealing with antibiotics for C. difficile infection after diverticulitis; A form of niacin helps many diseases and has anti-aging properties; A conversation about heavy metal toxicity and the best ways of measuring and treating heavy metals; Muscle ...…
 
Earlier in the year sportswear giant Nike hired Colin Kaepernick for their adverts. The former American football star caused controversy by kneeling during the national anthem. As a result of the ad campaign some people said they would boycott Nike goods and some even posted videos on Twitter of burning trainers. Now Nike is holding its annual ...…
 
Apple has updated its iPhone X handset with three more powerful models. Connie Guglielmo, Editor-in-Chief of tech news site, CNET, tells us about their latest innovations. We have an interview with Ray Dalio, one of the richest people in the world and founder of hedge fund Bridgewater Associates to discuss his new book about the financial crisi ...…
 
Probiotics to use with antibiotics; Neurocognitive effects on children with lots of antibiotics during infancy; Association with asthma and obesity; Bad health side effects of antibiotics; Does removing a tumor cause the cancer to spread? New Alzheimer's drug reduces amyloid plaque but has side effects; CBD helps with pancreatic cancer; How to ...…
 
New wound dressing uses Vitamin D; Treating a urinary tract infection in someone with MRSA; New treatment for phenylketonuria; Treatments for scabies such as neem oil; The drug WAY-316606 failed for osteoporisis, but it stimulates hair growth; Titanium dioxide in sunscreen; Antihistiamines will probably help a case of itchy skin; More about dos ...…
 
Avoiding deep venous thrombosis, colds and other advice when traveling in planes; FDA approves a new continuous glucose monitor; Conservative changes in the Health and Human Services department policies; Discussion of EMF health issues such as cell phones and WiFi on airplanes; Another caller discusses WiFi health issue; More about new HHS poli ...…
 
Rahul Tandon presents a special edition of Business Matters from Delhi. India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi came into power promising to make it to do business in the country. We speak to businessmen and women who have set up companies in the past few years. We also hear from the economist Saswati Chaudri about the challenge of creating employ ...…
 
What's been done about Delhi's air pollution?Rahul Tandon presents a special edition of Business Matters from Delhi looking at the city's pollution problem. We have a report about living in a city with one of the world's highest pollution levels. The writer Sandip Roy tells us why India has not yet seen a mass anti-pollution movement. Also in t ...…
 
Canada is putting tariffs on more than $12bn worth of American goods. They will come into effect on Sunday and will target not just US steel and aluminium but also consumer goods like orange juice, whisky and even toilet paper. We hear from our economics correspondent Andrew Walker and whisky producer Colin Spoelman from Kings County distillery ...…
 
Ahead of Sunday's election in Turkey, we ask what role economic decline may play. We gauge the mood in Istanbul with voices from business, academia and ordinary Turks. The oil producing nations in the OPEC grouping have agreed to increase output in order to lower prices around the world. Chris Low from FTN Financial in New York tells us about t ...…
 
The UN says more than two-hundred people people have drowned off Libya in recent days. The recent stand-off between Malta and Italy over a boatload of desperate African travellers has revealed how right-wing populism is hardening attitudes. We hear from Christian Dustmann, the Director of the Centre for Research and Analysis on Migration at Uni ...…
 
Dr. Dawn teaches the Functional Medicine approach to pain control to Army doctors at Walter Reed Hospital; Baby wipes linked to increase in food allergies in babies; How to deal with kidney cysts; HEPA filters will protect against fine particles from smoke pollution; CDC report details rise in insect-borne disease because of climate change -- h ...…
 
President Trump has said there is a "very substantial chance" the summit may not happen. Meanwhile, the South Korean president, Moon-Jae in, is in Washington for talks which are focussed on salvaging the meeting. Harry Kazianis, Director of Defense Studies, at the conservative-leaning Centre for the National Interest in Washington gives us his ...…
 
New shingles vaccine Shingrix does not have many risks of the old vaccine; The benefits of the probiotic bacteria Akkermansia muciniphila; Review of Dr. Dawn’s advice for heartburn; More about avoiding proton pump inhibitors -- the case of erosive esophagitis; Using methylated B12 and folate vitamins to treat thrombocytosis; The effects of the ...…
 
Is there a link between my constipation and heart rhythm problems? Very interesting exposition of the epigenetics of food and effects of diet; Probiotic imprinting before birth and much more about the complexities of the microbiome; Numb toes is a symptom of small fiber peripheral neuropathy -- the role of toxic metals; A vegan asks about chole ...…
 
Finally - A male contraceptive gel; How to verify if ingredients in supplements are accurate; Eating lots of greens such as spinach is shown to help prevent Alzheimers disease; Ketogenic diet can help lose weight reverse diabetes; The causes, symptoms and diagnosis of spinal stenosis; A discussion of Barrett’s Esophagus; What to do about vertig ...…
 
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