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28 Apr '16, 04:36am
Take your time to stay slim - study
Take your time to stay slim - study

Dieting is easy compared to keeping the kilos off long term. Danish researchers think they may have an answer...

Lifestyle
26 Apr '16, 08:23am
Meet a Galileo of virus research
Meet a Galileo of virus research

Robert Gallo's findings were rejected at first. But what would’ve happened if he had given up on his quest for truth?.

Lifestyle
25 Apr '16, 6:00pm
At the age 70, Bill becomes Kate
At the age 70, Bill becomes Kate

Bill Rohr finally did wanted he wanted to do for a lifetime - change his body's external anatomy from male to female.

Lifestyle
25 Apr '16, 5:29pm
The surgeon with ‘courage, the hands and the heart’
The surgeon with ‘courage, the hands and the heart’

Meet the gender-affirmation surgeon whose waiting list is three years long. Amy Ellis Nutt reports.

Lifestyle
25 Apr '16, 4:00pm
The best way to diet? Be greedy
The best way to diet? Be greedy

Indulging in chocolate and biscuits for one day a week could make it easier for dieters to lose weight, say scientists.

Lifestyle
25 Apr '16, 10:56am
#WorldMalariaDay: 5 celebs who count
#WorldMalariaDay: 5 celebs who count

On World Malaria Day, here is a list of five celebrities who are actively involved in the fight against malaria.

Lifestyle
25 Apr '16, 08:00am
#WorldMalariaDay: SA sticks to its targets goal
#WorldMalariaDay: SA sticks to its targets goal

The global theme for World Malaria Day is End Malaria for Good. And that's exactly what South Africa aims to do by 2018.

Lifestyle
25 Apr '16, 07:52am
How the Med diet keeps the heart healthy
How the Med diet keeps the heart healthy

A new study, which involved 15 000 participants, set out to establish the impact that diet has on those who already have heart disease.

Lifestyle
23 Apr '16, 07:00am
Everyday ways to burn calories
Everyday ways to burn calories

What do sex, mowing the lawn and binge TV watching have in common? They all burn calories...

Lifestyle
22 Apr '16, 08:22am
Chester sets his sight on helping others
Chester sets his sight on helping others

Chester van Zyl wants to make sure no child ever gets bullied again because of a health condition such as his.

Lifestyle
22 Apr '16, 05:26am
Iron out kinks in your health with a supplement
Iron out kinks in your health with a supplement

Omeshnie Naidoo chats to pharmacist and complementary medicine expert, Giulia Criscuolo, who is involved in a national educational ...

Lifestyle
21 Apr '16, 1:30pm
Why your office is a petri dish of bacteria
Why your office is a petri dish of bacteria

Built environments, including our places of work, are teeming with microscopic life, says a new study.

Lifestyle
21 Apr '16, 07:15am
The case for tax-free tampons, pads in SA
The case for tax-free tampons, pads in SA

Tackling the cost and access to tampons and sanitary towels would go a long way in combating gender inequality, says activists ...

Lifestyle
20 Apr '16, 4:00pm
Dairy products not all bad?
Dairy products not all bad?

Linda Geddes talks to experts about new evidence which suggests dairy may be unfairly demonised.

Lifestyle
20 Apr '16, 07:14am
Why loneliness is heavy on the heart
Why loneliness is heavy on the heart

The effect loneliness has on the heart is similar to that seen in people who suffer anxiety or have stressful jobs, according to researchers.