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5 SIGNS YOUR SORE THROAT COULD BE SERIOUS Often we are tempted to treat a sore throat at home but it can be a symptom of something far more serious.
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14 hours ago
Super drug-resistant gonorrhoea spreading ...
Gonorrhoea, also called 'the clap', is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases worldwide.
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4 days ago
NIP THE NASTY WINTER FLU IN THE BUD
VACCINATION for flu is easy and should be done before the flu season begins.
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3 days ago
STICKING WITH THE ROAD TO HEALTH
BY now, most adults know that diseases like HIV, high blood pressure and diabetes are chronic conditions that can be managed by taking medication and living a healthy lifestyle.
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5 days ago
HELPING NEW MUMS WITH CARE
UNJANI, a network of black women-owned clinics, and Johnson & Johnson are teaching mums about the importance of healthy skin for babies.
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6 days ago
DONORS CAN STOP KIDNEY SENTENCE
Doris Setlhare was at Charlotte Maxeke Hospital on 13 March this year after she fell ill.
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7 days ago
RAISING FIT AND HEALTHY KIDS
MPUMI MAVI’s son Mpilo, like any other six-year-old, is hyperactive, spirited and naughty.
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7 days ago
WHY FLU MAKES YOU SO MISERABLE!
Many of the negative aspects of the flu are just the body's attempts to get rid of the virus.
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8 days ago
HELP IS JUST A CLICK-CLICK AWAY
IT’S very hard for most people in Mzansi to get emergency help when they need it.
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9 days ago
NEVER PUT YOURSELF IN HARM'S WAY
IN MZANSI almost every hour – if not minutes – someone gets robbed somewhere. But at times these attackers also target SBV vehicles which often transport cash to different destinations.
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10 days ago
FINDING A MINDER IS NO CHILD’S PLAY
OUR children are the most important assets in our lives and getting the right caregivers for them will improve their wellbeing.
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14 days ago
WHEN THE FLU TURNS DEADLY!
Most people who get the flu feel better after a week, but in some cases it can linger a lot longer.
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14 days ago
WHAT IS KEEPING YOUR MAN OUT OF THE BEDROOM?
A survey revealed that the number one excuse for not being in the mood is no longer a throbbing headache and it's no longer women declining sex.
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20 days ago
INJURIES FROM HIGH HEELS ON THE RISE!
Researchers say women wearing high-heeled shoes should understand the risks and the potential harm that precarious activities in high-heeled shoes can cause.
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23 days ago
Cellphone exposure may harm sperm!
Men who carry a cellphone in their pants pocket may harm their sperm and reduce their chances of having children, a new review warns.
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23 days ago
‘I'll leave my partner if he is HIV positive’
While there have been numerous breakthroughs in the fight against HIV, many sexually active people are still grappling with the question: ''Would you leave your partner if you find out they were HIV positive?''
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23 days ago
'Use dagga every day,' doctors tell HIV pa...
Cannabis use could have a protective benefit on the liver of patients co-infected with hepatitis C and HIV.
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25 days ago
QUICK, ACCURATE MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY
CAN we rely on respirators to help stop the spread of TB?
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26 days ago
TAKE GOOD CARE OF YOUR EYES
THICK, curly hair, a distinct nose or disarming blue eyes are all features that run in families.
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27 days ago
TB CHALLENGES MOUNT
TUBERCULOSIS is one of Mzansi’s major health problems.
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28 days ago
STOP SKIPPING BREAKFAST
WE ALL know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day for children and adults, right?
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29 days ago
HOW TO AVOID HEAD INJURIES
TOO many people on Mzansi roads die or are permanently injured.
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29 days ago
WOMEN BEING DENIED RIGHTS
HUMAN rights are incomplete if women can’t fight injustices.
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SALT AND THE SUPERTASTERS
SALT may be delicious, but it is not good for your health!
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5 WAYS TO COMBAT DEPRESSION!
With as many as one in six South Africans suffering from anxiety, depression or substance abuse (excluding more serious conditions such as bipolar disorder or schizophrenia), Dr Renata Schoeman, member of the South African Society of Psychiatrists (SASOP) says now, this very minute, is the time for everyone to take stock of their unhealthy lifestyle to limit their chances of mental health related illnesses.
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