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One of the most devastating pain conditions

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August 21 2014 at 07:59

Dealing with anxiety in teenagers

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We consume too much salt: study
August 19 2014 at 12:04

South Africans’ daily sodium intake is higher than the recommended amount

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Cowboys don’t cry
August 15 2014 at 10:22

The root of the suicide problem

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Child suicide warning
August 15 2014 at 10:09

South African children face an increasing risk of suicide as the tragedy, especially among teenagers, increases dramatically worldwide.

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August 14 2014 at 08:42

An intense headache can be symptomatic of brain bleeding

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‘Fight for your child’
August 14 2014 at 08:37

A Durban couple have embarked on a drive to raise funds for life-saving treatment for their daughter, writes Lindsay Ord

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Child mental health crisis
August 14 2014 at 07:50

Expert warns of stark lack of resources, persistent stigma

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‘I won’t have kids so I don’t pass on my rare disease’
August 12 2014 at 07:57

Helen Grange catches up with a Paarl graphic designer with a rare disease 23 years after she began receiving life-saving treatment.

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Dr Darren’s surgery
August 7 2014 at 08:16

QUESTION: I am 54, have not had any serious illness or operations, am reasonably fit and generally feel well. At the end of 2011, however, little red spots started to show on my legs and I thought they mig... Read Story
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Taking a shot to prevent cancers
August 5 2014 at 07:40

It’s a common virus almost everybody has. It can live undetected for years, then progress to genital warts or, worse, to cancers. Helen Grange looks at the Human Papillomavirus (HPV)

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