Children with autism may be wired differently but they can become valued members of society, US professor Ivor Weiner told Lindsay Ord. Just look at his daughte...
Circumcision is a dilemma for some parents, writes Dr Anand Ramphal
Dealing with anxiety in teenagers
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When Rene van der Watt lost her leg in a cycling accident her life changed drastically She went from being a social, outdoorsy person to being alone, trapped in the house
Fears about contraceptives causing blood clots have gone viral but a visiting doctor told Lindsay Ord that internet ‘retweets’ and ‘shares’ do not give the whole picture
When a teenager deliberately hurts him or herself, it is a sign there are deeper problems that need to be addressed, writes Dr Anand Ramphal
As rugby season starts in schools, clubs and at professional level, a sports doctor warns that concussion is not to be trifled with. Lindsay Ord reports
Please help me make my way to dreamland, doc
Losing sleep over costly specialists
More South Africans are dying from heart disease, stroke and other cardiovascular diseases than ever before, according to a new report
As a former provincial head of Cansa, Joan Deare knew a lot about the disease, and then it knocked at her door. On World Health Day, she tells Lindsay Ord how she faced her diagnosis
Vegetarians come in many different guises these days. Helen Grange spoke to four to find out why they live that way
Ending burn-out starts where you are
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