Nancy Szoka takes a look at common health ailments that are sometimes labelled incorrectly.
Silicon injections may hold the key to curing terminal breast cancer. Fiona Macrae investigates.
Internationally recognised scientist Dr Adolf Klenk offers advice on taking care of your tresses.
Only time will tell whether Siobhan Nortonun's new-found genetic insight will get her back into skinny jeans...
A foodie marrying a picky eater. Megan MCardle shares strategies to make it work.
People who lose a partner are at increased risk of developing an irregular heartbeat for the next 12 months, scientists have found.
Things going pear-shaped is no cause for celebration - unless it is your body type.
For epilepsy patients, there's a real chance that the ketogenic diet, if followed strictly, can control - and even cure - their disease.
Today is World Health Day 2016 and diabetes is this year's theme.
As the globe commemorates World Health Day, this year's focus is diabetes after 2 million cases were diagnosed across SA last year.
When there’s ‘nothing more that can be done’, there are actually a host of things that can be done, says Dr Julia Ambler.
There's no one-size -fits-all remedy when it comes to a healthy diet, writes Ross Tucker.
The World Health Organisation says more than 350 million people have diabetes across the world, and the number is expected ...
Getting vaccinated before the flu season starts will give your body a chance to build up full immunity.
Jumping on the treadmill might be more effective at keeping calorie intake under control, say scientists.