Omeshnie Naidoo chatted to Gerda du Toit, the bilateral amputee who finishes a 4 000km cross-country trip, ‘Riding for a Limb’.
Today’s prescription spectacle lenses are a miracle of technology. HELEN GRANGE tried the Zeiss experience.
Consumers are advised to read labels and do their own research.
New drug will improve the life expectancy of those with virus.
One in eight South African males have a risk of getting cancer in their lifetime.
It’s cold and flu season, with susceptibility often blamed on a poor immune system.
There is a common misconception that we South Africans get plenty of sun and accompanying vitamin D. But the research suggests otherwise.
Watching television can have a big impact on young people’s attitudes towards HIV/Aids and safe sex.
Helvin Manuel, an MBA graduate of the University of Stellenbosch Business School, found that law alone would not be enough ...
Patients treated with steroids six times more prone to infections.
Diabetes is rising rapidly in South Africa. What can be done? Helen Grange asks the experts.
Pictures warning about health risks of tobacco may also appear.
Worldwide, there have been faces, tongues, hands, legs, uteruses – and now the third penis transplant.
High blood pressure is commonly regarded as a silent killer responsible for half of all strokes, 40 percent of heart attacks ...
A study suggests that regular exercise can increase the levels of crucial neurotransmitters involved in depression.