Episode 1: Heart & Vascular (Heart Diseases) Heart disease and stroke are the leading causes of death globally. They were the cause of death for about 17.1 million people around the world in 2004, according to the World Health Organisation. By 2030, this figure is expected to rise to 23.6 million.
Episode 2: Women & Children (High Risk Pregnancy) Being a mother is one of the most significant turning points in a woman's life. And being pregnant sets the stage for a lifetime of love and commitment. Witness three mother who beat the odds and complications despite having high-risk pregnancies.
Episode 3: Transplants & Cellular Therapy (Liver Transplantation) The liver is the second most transplanted organ worldwide; but the wait for a cadaveric liver transplant is often too long and too late for patients who suffer from liver failure. Watch the video to see how lives can be saved with living donor transplantation.
Episode 4: Musculoskeletal (Sports Injuries) Regular exercise is important for maintaining fitness, strengthening bones and joints, controlling weight, relieving stress and much more. But there are also times when sports can hurt our health and cause injuries. What can we do when that happens? How can we rediscover a sporting lifestyle?
Episode 5: Neuroscience (Brain Diseases) Like a heart attack, a stroke is a critical condition requiring immediate attention; yet unlike a heart attack, a stroke is not always felt through acute pain. Perhaps that's why people tend to overlook or ignore the warning signs, causing treatment to be delayed.