So when do you really need antibiotics and when would you be better off without them? A doctor explains...
Women's Month is over. Usha Naidu says we need to celebrate men for the unique perspective they bring to the world.
Angela Day uses the many forms of coconut to create delectable dishes.
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Our eyes provide us with a window on the world, but that window gets a little foggy and fragile as we age.
Sarah Vine celebrates motherly instinct - that strange sixth sense that kicks in when you have a child. [VIDEO]
Body art allows people to feel part of a group and brands tap into this 'belonging' culture, writes Benjamin Voyer.
Are you banting? Angela Day shares recipes suitable for a low-carb, high-fat (LCHF) eating plan.
Women who had many lovers before they wed are more likely to go on to have unhappy marriages, a study claims.
Parenting coach Meghan Leah gives a tired mom some tips on dealing with bedtime procrastination.
Van Ryn's Stellenbosch distillery recently quietly celebrated their latest win, writes Myrna Robins.
Don MacAlister appeals for all in construction - whether contractor or client - to look after the safety of workers.
Expectant women can now download a cellphone app to keep tabs on their progress through pregnancy.
A new cholesterol-lowering drug that could be used as an alternative to statins is being tested by scientists.
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