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Longtime soul brothers and sometimes collaborators Sam Mickens & Zac Pennington present a weekly program dealing with concepts & constructs in modern masculinity.
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Tumours affecting the eye are rare, but it’s still important to raise awareness, as outcomes from eye cancer are good when presented early. In this podcast Malcolm & Sandy explain the signs and symptoms to be aware of.Radio Manx Ltd / Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association
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Blood cancer is the fifth most common cancer in the UK. Blood cancer is a term that is used to describe many different types of cancer that arise in the blood, bone marrow or lymphatic. In this podcast, Malcolm & Sandy explain the differences and the signs to look out for.Radio Manx Ltd / Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association
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In this podcast Malcolm & Sandy talk about the importance of seeking professional advice early when you are concerned that things are not quite right and that you may have cancer.Radio Manx Ltd / Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association
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We all enjoy spending time outdoors especially when the sun shines but we have to remember to be sun smart! In this podcast Malcolm & Sandy talk about malignant melanomas and how to recognise the signs and symptoms.Radio Manx Ltd / Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association
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In this podcast Malcolm & Sandy talk about Gynaecological cancer awareness – focusing on cancer awareness in the organs related to the female reproductive system and, as such, are seen only in women – ovarian, cervical and vulval cancer.Radio Manx Ltd / Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association
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Political Member at DEFA with responsibility for the environment, Dr Michelle Haywood MHK, Engagement Manager for MWT Graham Makepeace-Warne and Ecosystem Policy Manager at DEFA, Dr Richard Selman, discuss the newly launched Nature Recovery Network with HRadio Manx Ltd
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Although cancers can occur within most organs or tissues in our bodies, statistics tell us that the majority of tumours arise from within just five tissues – skin, prostate, breast, bowel and lung. In this podcast, Malcolm & Sandy talk about the signs and symptoms of these individual cancers to provide a broad picture of what to look out in order t…
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Spring 23. H and MWT Community Ranger Hannah think about doing a plant survey of the site in a few weeks time and, ponder if any of the yellow rattle has germinated after the winter cold and celebrate the wildflower project sign being put up (at last!)Radio Manx Ltd
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In this podcast Malcolm & Sandy talk about sarcomas. These are relatively rare tumours affecting around 3,300 individuals every year in the UK. The symptoms of sarcomas are often vague but persistent, so take a listen to learn about what signs to look out for.Radio Manx Ltd / Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association
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Teenage and young adult cancers is a topic we have not spoken about before. Although rare, cancer can still affect individuals in the age group 13 to 24 and this accounts for just under 1% of all cancers. Sandy & Malcolm talk through some of the signs to look out for.Radio Manx Ltd / Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association
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In this podcast we talk about the rationale behind cancer screening programmes. At present, there are three screening programmes on the Island for cervical, breast and bowel cancer. A frequently asked question, though, is why screening programmes are not available for other tumours. Listen to find out more about it.…
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In this podcast, Sandy & Malcolm talk about leukaemia. Leukaemia is a type of blood cancer that affects blood cells in your bone marrow – usually white blood cells. There are four common types, affecting around 8,600 people in the UK. Signs and symptoms of leukaemia and blood cancers generally are notoriously vague and non-specific so listen to fin…
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The message in this podcast is that if you notice the presence of blood when you are not expecting it, please go and seek advice from a healthcare professional. It may be caused by something simple, but it could be the first indication of a developing tumour. We know that early diagnosis and early treatment, whatever the cause, leads to better outc…
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MWT Community Ranger Hannah Phillips joins Howard Caine to help him on a project to try and convert a grass bank behind Manx Radio's studios into a wildflower meadow - albeit a steep one . . . In this episode, Hannah and H sow yellow rattle seeds into the area - no mean feat on what was a breezy day as usual on Douglas Head. . . . then they sit bac…
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In this podcast, Sandy & Malcolm talk about stomach cancer awareness. Although it is not the most common form of cancer, over 7,000 people are diagnosed in the UK each year with this type of cancer, so it’s important to know a little more about the signs and symptoms and to visit your GP if you have concerns.…
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Coughs are a frequent symptom that affects us all at varying times throughout the year, although they do tend to occur more so in the colder winter months. We all know what a cough sounds like, but what actually is a cough and when should we be concerned to make an appointment to see our GP? Listen to Malcolm & Sandy’s podcast to find out more.…
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In this podcast, Sandy & Malcolm talk about lumps and what to do if you find one. Lumps are probably the commonest reason for someone going to their GP, concerned they might have cancer. Learn to be more body aware and if you find anything new, as we always say, get it checked out by your GP or Practice Nurse.…
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Lung cancer is the second commonest cancer in men, to prostate cancer, and the third commonest in women, behind breast & bowel cancer. In this podcast, Malcolm & Sandy talk about the warning signs to look out for. They're also joined by Heather Christian, who is a lung cancer patient, to talk about her experience of the symptoms of the disease.…
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A round-the-picnic table discussion about the Unesco Biosphere Bee Community Picnic 2022, its origin, philosophy, operation - and what to eat! Howard Caine chats to DEFA Minister Clare Barber MHK, Biosphere officer Breeshey Kermode, Head of Food and Drink Development, Adrian Moore, Project proposer Muriel Garland from Zero Waste Mann and Manx NFU S…
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There are around 8-10 new cases of pancreatic cancer on the Island each year. Most pancreatic cancer patients are diagnosed at a late stage so it is really important to be aware of the early symptoms. In this podcast, Malcolm & Sandy talk about the early warning signs to look out for.Radio Manx Ltd / Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association
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In this latest podcast, Malcolm & Sandy talk about what influence certain lifestyle choices have, on various types of cancer. Making positive lifestyle choices can improve our chances of avoiding and surviving cancer.Radio Manx Ltd / Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association
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Do you know your family history when it comes to health issues? So, what role does a family history play in the risk of developing cancer? Listen to Malcolm & Sandy’s podcast to find out.Radio Manx Ltd / Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association
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There are around 9,000 new cases of oesophageal cancer in the UK every year; that equates to approx. 12 Island residents and it's twice as common in men than women. In this podcast, Malcolm & Sandy talk about the signs and symptoms to look out for.Radio Manx Ltd / Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association
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Marking World Cancer Day 2022, Sandy Denning and Malcolm Clague from the Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association speak with Christy DeHaven about the progress in research, support available and symptoms to be aware of. Subscribe to the IOMACA podcast for further information about all different types of cancer. **NB: this conversation contains some grap…
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Testicular cancer is rare. However, it is still the most common cancer in men aged between 15 and 45, with 2,400 men diagnosed every year in the UK. If caught early though, there is a 98% chance of a cure so listen to Malcolm & Sandy’s podcast to find out about the signs and symptoms associated with testicular cancer.…
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There are around 6,200 new liver cancer cases in the UK every year, that's 17 every day! In this podcast, Malcolm & Sandy talk about the function of the liver and raise awareness of the signs and symptoms that arise from a tumour in the liver.Radio Manx Ltd / Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association
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Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men over the age of 50, with around one in eight developing the disease during their lifetime. In this podcast, Malcolm & Sandy highlight the signs and symptoms associated with prostate cancer.Radio Manx Ltd / Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association
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In this podcast, Malcolm & Sandy are joined by Angie Aire, who volunteers for Breast Cancer Now IOM, to talk about breast cancer awareness and breast screening and Malcolm reminds us that men can get breast cancer too so they also need to be breast aware!Radio Manx Ltd / Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association
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Every year in the UK, around 1800 children unfortunately develop cancer. In this podcast, Malcolm & Sandy highlight the signs and symptoms associated with childhood cancers.Radio Manx Ltd / Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association
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