South African men's health is in a crisis - and it hits hard (or not so hard) in the bedroom.
Eat berries. Avoid the sun. No old-lady shoes. These are tips from experts in the field of ageing and longevity research.
Richard McGhee beat leukemia, but then, mysteriously, things got really bad...
The TAT vaccine against HIV/Aids improves responses to antiretrovirals, a clinical trial has confirmed.
The Department of Agriculture and Rural Development will provide free rabies vaccinations for a limited period only in Joburg.
Going blind isn't funny. But Rachel Luehrs has learned to laugh about it anyway. [VIDEO].
It’s cold and flu season, with susceptibility often blamed on a poor immune system.
There is a common misconception that we South Africans get plenty of sun and accompanying vitamin D. But the research suggests otherwise.
One in eight South African males have a risk of getting cancer in their lifetime.
Experts from SA and Canada will conduct the largest global study of patients with rheumatic heart disease - which kills about 233 000 people per year.
Diabetes is rising rapidly in South Africa. What can be done? Helen Grange asks the experts.
A common misconception is that a dietitian's work is simply focused on helping people lose or manage their weight, says expert Cathy Day.
There have been five confirmed rabies cases in jackals and a dog in Gauteng in the past month.
New findings suggest that those with weak bones should take up running instead of swimming or cycling.
Patients treated with steroids six times more prone to infections.