Salamat Dok turns five
ABS-CBN’s health and public service program Salamat Dok marks its fifth year of providing practical and relevant information on important health issues with anchor Cheryl Cosim and her guest medical experts.
Tomorrow, May 2, Health Department director Anthony Calibo will talk about the burgeoning health and wellness tourism and how it helps the economy, while US Ambassador Kristie Kenney shows another side of her. The American envoy opens the doors of her home for a peek inside her refrigerator and a scoop on her diet secrets.
On May 3, join Cheryl as Salamat Dok conducts an outreach medical mission in Malolos, Bulacan. Former Health Secretary Jaime Galvez-Tan and herb expert Dr. Emil Aligui will also discuss the merits of integrating Western or conventional medicine with natural, alternative and traditional medicine.
The show has won several awards from Anak TV Seal, KBP Golden Dove, USTv Students’ Choice Awards and Gawad Tanglaw.
Salamat Dok also gives back to the public by opening a health fair of medical products and services, as well as alternative therapy and treatments at the ABS-CBN Garden. There will be free circumcision, consultations with doctors, massage, tooth extraction, free denture sizing and others.
Salamat Dok airs Saturdays, 6 to 7 a.m. and Sundays, 7:30 to 8:30 a.m.
Labels: Philippine TV