World Stroke Day highlights even the fit and young are vulnerable, writes Robyn Leary
Transgender men and women at risk due to the hormones oestrogen and progestin
Stellenbosch University child psychiatrist has warned this illness was often misdiagnosed, resulting in over-medication of children.
If you've been for an eye test in recent months, you already know how subjective it can be.
Cervical cancer ranks as the No 1 cause of female cancer deaths in South Africa every year.
Toung tuberculosis patients are likely to default on TB treatment or miss their appointments, resulting in poor health outcome: study
Why are we so depressed? And are antidepressants the answer? HELEN GRANGE takes a closer look at the issue
TV presenter Crystal Arnold gives us a few on-the-road fitness tips
Government regulations introduced this month will see a reduction in the amount of salt found in our supermarket products
Nosipho Mngoma spoke to a man who, along with his family and 20 different types of professionals, volunteers his time and ...
New legislation to reduce salt in processed foods comes into effect.
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