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31 May 2016, 09:30am
How can we stop the epidemic
How can we stop the epidemic
Lifestyle

Diabetes is rising rapidly in South Africa. What can be done? Helen Grange asks the experts

31 May 2016, 07:21am
Government pushes plain cigarette packs
Government pushes plain cigarette packs
Lifestyle

Pictures warning about health risks of tobacco may also appear

18 May 2016, 07:00am
Penis operation highlights past, future of organ transplants
Penis operation highlights past, future of organ transplants
Lifestyle

Worldwide, there have been faces, tongues, hands, legs, uteruses – and now the third penis transplant

17 May 2016, 09:40am
SA experiencing a ‘perfect storm of hypertension’
SA experiencing a ‘perfect storm of hypertension’
Lifestyle

High blood pressure is commonly regarded as a silent killer responsible for half of all strokes, 40 percent of heart attacks ...

11 May 2016, 3:30pm
Can you outrun depression?
Can you outrun depression?
Lifestyle

A study suggests that regular exercise can increase the levels of crucial neurotransmitters involved in depression.

11 May 2016, 11:14am
HIV/Aids and road deaths biggest killers among the youth
HIV/Aids and road deaths biggest killers among the youth
Lifestyle

Study reveals clear need to help SA's young

11 May 2016, 06:00am
Acne, eczema and hair loss is often genetic
Acne, eczema and hair loss is often genetic
Lifestyle

Dermatologist Prof Ncoza Dlova talks to Omeshnie Naidoo about the most common skin disorders faced by South Africans

5 May 2016, 07:33am
SA needs to address birth defects
SA needs to address birth defects
Lifestyle

South Africa has not made any progress in reducing deaths of children under the age of 5 since 2011

29 April 2016, 11:56am
New exercise method is tougher than gym
New exercise method is tougher than gym
Lifestyle

Electro muscle stimulation gaining plenty of support from fitness enthusiasts, writes Nontando Mposo

28 April 2016, 07:31am
30% of SA kids not immunised
30% of SA kids not immunised
Lifestyle

Failing to have youngsters properly inoculated makes them vulnerable to fatal diseases

28 April 2016, 07:22am
Diabetes on the rise in SA: study
Diabetes on the rise in SA: study
Lifestyle

HIV/Aids creates greater risks

22 April 2016, 07:26am
Iron out kinks in your health with a supplement
Iron out kinks in your health with a supplement
Lifestyle

Omeshnie Naidoo chats to pharmacist and complementary medicine expert, Giulia Criscuolo, who is involved in a national educational ...

19 April 2016, 1:04pm
Make the difference
Make the difference
Lifestyle

If someone you know – an employee, co-worker or even a friend – asked you for advice on caring for someone with HIV or Aids ...

18 April 2016, 12:18pm
Historic robot surgery a life saver
Historic robot surgery a life saver
Lifestyle

Medical history was made in uMhlanga last week when new, sophisticated, life-saving robotic technology was used for the first time on a local patient

14 April 2016, 11:23am
Peril of delivery through C-section
Peril of delivery through C-section
Lifestyle

April is Caesarean section awareness month when nations of the world join hands to discuss plans to improve maternal-child ...