Media

We are frequently featured in the media. We are deemed as pioneer and movers in bariatric surgery in Singapore. Do check out the features below!

Radio Interview With Daniel Martin; 938Live

Broadcast date: 12 & 13 Nov 2015

Dr Shanker was invited to Daniel Martin’s radio show on the latest health developments at 938Live. He discussed the role of various interventions for the prevention and control of the twin epidemic of diabetes and obesity - “diabesity”

Body & Soul; Channel 5: “Worth its weight”

Broadcast date: 5 February 2015

Dr Shanker was invited to Daniel Martin’s TV version of his long-running radio show on the latest health developments, Body & Soul. He shared some of the exciting new surgical tools currently available to control weight including endoscopic staplers!

Primetime Morning; Channel News Asia. “Lap banding and weight loss treatments”

Broadcast date: 28 July 2011

Dr Shanker is put on the spot in this ‘live’ breakfast show discussing who, when and how obesity is treated.

Hello Doctor; Vasantham (Tamil): “Diet among Indians”

Broadcast date: 18 January 2012

Dr Shanker answers some questions on diet, hunger and common gastric symptoms in this Tamil programme.

Are Singaporeans really getting fatter?

Broadcast date: 5 February 2015

Dr Shanker was invited to Daniel Martin’s TV version of his long-running radio show on the latest health developments, Body & Soul. He shared some of the exciting new surgical tools currently available to control weight including endoscopic staplers!

Madam Nor Aini and Dr Shanker Pasupathy discussing the risks and benefits of bariatric surgery on the Channel 5 television show "Unnatural"

Dikirim oleh ObesityDocs pada Sabtu, 25 Agustus 2012

Dr Shanker Featured On TV Show "Unnatural"

Madam Nor Aini and Dr Shanker Pasupathy discussing the risks and benefits of bariatric surgery on the Channel 5 television show "Unnatural"

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“The way they were saying it is that because you’re obese and didn’t take care of yourself, you’ll get this disease,” Franklin said. “I feel like that was unfair.”

By Katherine J Wu © The New York Times  02 OCT 2020

 

 

Original Article: Experts say obesity linked to higher death rate in coronavirus