Love You Zindagi is a radio series that looks at the health of body and mind, despite Covid-19 and beyond Covid-19. The program is a collaboration between Gurgaon Ki Awaaz Samudayik Radio and Rajbala Foundation.
From health to education to mental well-being to our cultural heritage, we will cover a range of topics that are being overlooked because of the global, single-minded focus on Covid-19.
The underlying focus is on the joy that we should work towards in our lives.
Dr Nisha Aggarwal, Head of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Medeor Hospital, Manesar talks about breast cancers, prevention, diagnosis and treatment
Dr Nisha Aggarwal, Head of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Medeor Hospital, Manesar talks about cancers in women
Dr Vineet Kwatra, Head of Paediatrics Medeor Hospital, Gurgaon and Dr Seema, Assistant Director Welfare Centre for Speech and Hearing Impaired, Gurugram talk about the importance of diagnosing speech and hearing impairment at the earliest
Dr Pinky Goswami, Clinical Psychologist talks about the negative impact of colourism - discrimination based on the colour of one’s skin
Dr Vineet Kwatra, Head of Paediatrics, Medeor Hospital, Manesar, Gurugram, and Dr Nisha Aggarwal, Head of Department and Senior Consultant Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Medeor Hospital, Manesar, talk about how to stay safe during the Covid-19 pandemic and how to look after a Corona patient at home
Dr Vineet Kwatra, Head of Paediatrics, Medeor Hospital, Manesar, Gurugram talks about newborn care in the time of Covid-19
On social issues
Dr Priyanka Tiwari, professor of cognitive pschology at VKM College (affiliated to Banaras Hindu University) talks about the psychology behind acts of violence against women, and how parents can bring up boys that view women as human beings, and with empathy and kindness
Dr Kanupriya, Professor and Associate Dean, School of Law, Ansal University, Gurugram, and Dr Priyanka Tiwari, professor of cognitive pschology at VKM College (affiliated to Banaras Hindu University) talk about the law and the psychological underpinnings of domestic violence
Dr Urvashi, head of department, Psychology, Dronacharya Government College, Gurugram, about how to manage one’s time during Covid-19, and the associated stresses of online classes, limited social interaction, and an overload of screen time
Western and Hindustani vocalist Shivangini Yeashu Yuvraj Talks about and sings variations of “sohar”, songs sung in Eastern Uttar Pradesh and Bihar around the celebration of childbirth
Vocalist Shivangini Yeashu Yuvraj takes us through a selection of folk songs from East Uttar Pradesh and Bihar resurrecting the images of the rains, of memories of home, of rituals that bring together families and communities
Educationist Nandita Nag of Agragati Foundation on how to support children’s learning at home during an extended period of school lockdowns as well as the shift of classes online
This document was last updated on October 17, 2020
It was first published on June 8, 2020 . Filed under: #programs, #health, #partnerships, #mental health