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Could wifi harm our health?

A growing number of people think radiation from modern devices is triggering headaches, nausea and crippling pain.

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Doctors urge op to cut ovarian cancer

Having fallopian tubes removed could dramatically cut the risk of ovarian cancer for women, doctors say.

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When you might need a pacemaker

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Should you ditch dairy products?
October 15 2014 at 07:01

Could going dairy-free really give you a svelte figure, fantastic skin and help prevent disease?

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How green tea battles breast cancer cells
October 14 2014 at 14:01

Herceptin, found in green tea, treats an especially fast-growing form of breast cancer.

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‘Eat real food and learn how to cook’
October 14 2014 at 11:40

Professor Tim Noakes says there is increasing evidence that links a high carbohydrate intake to numerous diseases.

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Going veggie may save you from kidney stones
October 14 2014 at 11:40

Adults have a one in ten lifetime risk of developing kidney stones, but new research shows that the likelihood varies with diet.

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I still have a baby belly - 9 years on
October 13 2014 at 14:02

Pregnancy weight, and how quickly a woman does or doesn't lose it, is an eternally fertile subject, says Sarah Vine.

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Stem cell jabs for tendon injuries
October 13 2014 at 11:54

The treatment uses a patient's stem cells to super-charge the body's natural repair mechanisms.

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Gym etiquette: the do’s and don’ts
October 10 2014 at 14:03

Follow these basic rules while working out to keep people from throwing you the side-eye, writes Danielle Douglas.

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Keeping an eye out for cervical cancer
October 10 2014 at 13:50

Regular check-ups and pap smears are vital to early detection of this disease which affects one in 42 women, writes Esther Lewis.

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SA a growing nation of obese adults
October 10 2014 at 11:45

Up to 70 percent of women and a third of men being classified as overweight or obese.

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Food portions that steer you clear of obesity
October 9 2014 at 11:51

Portion distortion is a major culprit in SA's growing obesity crisis, according to a statement released for National Nutrition Week.

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