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Cape Times
27 Apr '16, 8:59pm
When you spare the rod, you actually save the child
When you spare the rod, you actually save the child

Children smacked by their parents are more likely to have mental health issues and anti-social behaviour problems once they ...

Cape Times
25 Apr '16, 10:08pm
‘The diet that changed my life’
‘The diet that changed my life’

My father died at the age of 49, he was at the prime of his life and healthwise had made some better choices regarding light ...

Cape Times
25 Apr '16, 10:13pm
What influences pace of puberty
What influences pace of puberty

Boys and girls may go through puberty sooner if their mothers and fathers were early bloomers, a recent Danish study suggests.

Cape Times
22 Apr '16, 08:03am
Denied state assistance, student writes a book
Denied state assistance, student writes a book

A young student whose National Student Financial Aid Scheme loan application was rejected is not sitting back and waiting for a sponsorship.

Cape Times
21 Apr '16, 11:24pm
Complexities of playing ancient game Go
Complexities of playing ancient game Go

BENT studiously over a board, thoughtfully moving pebble-like pieces, two guys are engaged in a 5 000 year old activity.

Cape Times
20 Apr '16, 11:32pm
Healthier without underwear in bed
Healthier without underwear in bed

When the temperature rises on a hot summer’s night, some of us strip down to our underwear to help keep cool in bed.

Sex
15 Apr '16, 12:20am
Group love: The rise of the orgy
Group love: The rise of the orgy

Welcome to the world's biggest sex party club - Heaven Circle has over 20 000 members with parties taking place in London, Paris, and New York.

Parenting
15 Apr '16, 10:31am
How parents affect children’s decision-making
How parents affect children’s decision-making

PhD student Eugene Davids examined the relationship between parenting and decision-making styles of children. His findings were an eye-opener.

Cape Times
14 Apr '16, 11:23pm
‘Egg-citing’ 3D help for infertile
‘Egg-citing’ 3D help for infertile

First it was IVF, then it was freezing eggs - now there may be another form of technology to help women boost their chances ...

Cape Times
14 Apr '16, 11:21pm
What to feed a broken heart, soul
What to feed a broken heart, soul

Ending a relationship is traumatic. The aftermath can be even harder.

Cape Times
14 Apr '16, 10:45pm
Group love: rise of the orgy
Group love: rise of the orgy

GUESTS wander the luxury Mayfair apartment in formal attire, chit-chatting, lounging on sofas and sipping champagne.

Cape Times
13 Apr '16, 10:28pm
More sleep, more pay incentive
More sleep, more pay incentive

A head of a company has found a clever way to encourage his employees to sleep more – by paying them.

Lifestyle
13 Apr '16, 10:30am
Study presents innovative ways to help mentally ill
Study presents innovative ways to help mentally ill

Training people in communities to identify those with mental illness is one of the ways healthcare can be made more accessible, ...

Cape Times
12 Apr '16, 11:52pm
Guess which child parents favour
Guess which child parents favour

Most parents have a favourite child, and it’s probably the eldest, according to researchers.