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How pear juice could stop a hangover

Pears have been cultivated for more than 4 000 years and they may just be the latest superfood.

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New test hailed in war on breast cancer

A breast cancer 'game changer' may spare many women chemotherapy.

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‘Incense smoke worse than cigarettes’

People who burn incense indoors and inhale it could be putting their health at risk, new research suggests.

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Too much to eat?
July 13 2015 at 11:35

Abundance of food rather than sedentary lifestyle to blame for obesity, study shows.

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Having it all is uber-exhausting
July 10 2015 at 13:43

Advice on getting energised for perennially exhausted women. By Holly Phillips

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The Pill can fight cancer - study
July 10 2015 at 12:09

Women with breast cancer can have their treatment transformed by a readily available hormone found in the Pill.

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Productivity levels fall as flu sets in
July 10 2015 at 12:09

Flu-hit staff are urged to avoid spreading the virus by taking sick leave.

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How junk food fools us into eating more
July 9 2015 at 12:48

Eating too much junk food can damage the nerves in our stomachs which tell the brain that we are full, say scientists.

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Breast cancer tests show false positives
July 9 2015 at 11:07

A harvard study has cast doubt on the benefits of routinely offering breast cancer screening.

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SA bolsters black market for Viagra alternatives
July 9 2015 at 11:11

South African men are becoming some of the world’s biggest consumers of black market alternatives to Viagra.

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Lyme disease on the rise
July 9 2015 at 11:07

Jane Alexander got the shock of her life when her son was diagnosed with Lyme disease.

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Life-changing rationale for drinking water
July 9 2015 at 06:33

Fast-paced living is eroding the time for fluid intake, and the result is 'chronic dehydration', writes Jo Waters.

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Cape Town residents need more Vitamin D
July 8 2015 at 13:34

Many Capetonians are at risk of a Vitamin D deficiency during winter, a new international study has found.

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