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This week on SUNDAY: When does fussy eating become life threatening? 18 year old Jake found out the hard way. Does your child have a fear of eating certain foods?
THIS WEEK ON SUNDAY: we're investigating the secret lives of fussy eaters and the challenges of living with a diagnosis of ARFID - a serious eating disorder in childhood in New Zealand.
Remember Alex Reese? The young Kiwi using cricket to change the lives of underprivileged kids in Sri Lanka. Great news this week - Alex's Cricket Live Foundation is about to expand into India - reaching thousands more young people. In case you missed it, here's Jehan Casinader's SUNDAY story from March 2017. Watch in HD.
Here is a non geo blocked version of our Bowel Cancer story from last Sunday - part 2.
For those of you who requested a non geoblocked version of our bowel cancer story from last Sunday here is part one. Part 2 on the way....
Coming up on SUNDAY this week: If a fussy child, or adult, is ruining your meal times watch SUNDAY to see just how bad it can get - and what to do about it. Is dinner time a battleground in your home?
Here's Sunday's full story on bowel cancer from last night's show https://www.tvnz.co.nz/shows/sunday/clips/silent-killer
It's our most commonly diagnosed cancer but also one we just don't want to talk about. Bowel cancer kills 1200 kiwis a year. For men its as common as prostate cancer, for women, as common as breast cancer. A national screening programme is about to launch - but theres a catch. It's only available to those over the age of 60. And that's where the controversy starts.