Another possible benefit of going to church: A 33 percent chance of living longer, a new study suggests.
A new phone app allows women to get to know their own anatomies.
Very few South Africans get tested for high blood pressure or hypertension.
Thomas Manning, 64, has received a penis from a donor and become the third penile transplant patient in history.
Working for top-flight managers has previously been linked with improving employees' wellbeing. Now a new study says otherwise.
Scientists say there is 'no convincing evidence' that probiotic drinks have any serious benefits for healthy people at all.
Defective 'breast cancer' genes aren't just dangerous for women, writes Laurie McGinley.
At a certain point, a strict diet - even when it seems healthy - can become dangerous, says a dietitian.
Researchers have found that people who form strong bonds with their dogs tend to exercise more often and for longer.
A finger-prick test for TB, which will give rapid results, is being developed at Stellenbosch University.
Scientists found that just one hour of singing significantly increased levels of immune proteins that the body uses to battle serious illness.
A major study has found that people who doctors say are overweight now have the lowest risk of dying from any condition.
Homeopathy could be putting people's lives at risk, the American Chemical Society says. [VIDEO].
South Africans who test HIV-positive will no longer have to wait for their CD4 count to drop before they receive ARVs.
Both sexes saw their brain function impaired when their sleep was disrupted in a study - but the effects were greater in women.