Study reveals clear need to help SA's young.
Dermatologist Prof Ncoza Dlova talks to Omeshnie Naidoo about the most common skin disorders faced by South Africans.
South Africa has not made any progress in reducing deaths of children under the age of 5 since 2011.
Electro muscle stimulation gaining plenty of support from fitness enthusiasts, writes Nontando Mposo.
Failing to have youngsters properly inoculated makes them vulnerable to fatal diseases.
HIV/Aids creates greater risks.
Omeshnie Naidoo chats to pharmacist and complementary medicine expert, Giulia Criscuolo, who is involved in a national educational ...
If someone you know – an employee, co-worker or even a friend – asked you for advice on caring for someone with HIV or Aids ...
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.
April is Caesarean section awareness month when nations of the world join hands to discuss plans to improve maternal-child ...
Glaucoma is a socially debilitating disease that diminishes quality of life in an era when life expectancy has increased, writes Omeshnie Naidoo.
Internationally recognised scientist Dr Adolf Klenk offers advice on taking care of your tresses.
If actress Lillian Dube had to choose between having cancer and depression, she’d choose the former.
KwaZulu-Natal has a million diabetes sufferers – more than any other province in the country.
Key factors: weight management, diet, exercise.