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Hazards lurking in your medicine cabinet
One of the dangers of keeping unused medication at home is that it often leads to misuse among teenagers.
First study about erectile dysfunction to include black men
They found that men who exercised were most likely to have an erection.
Cannabis-Oil lists only the most dependable CBD products in South Africa
The focus of the website is to educate consumers about CBD oil and its many benefits.
Scientists concur: Rooibos' potential to curb heart disease undeniable
Rooibos is exclusively farmed in the Western Cape.
Premium Eating Disorder Treatment Facility Opened in Cape Town
Staff members will include a variety of professionals, such as psychologists, dieticians, nurse practitioners and psychotherapists.
Brace Yourself! Third Monday in January is the most depressing day of the year
Experts say that once the fun and festivities of the holidays are over, our mood comes down too.
Know Your Waters: Decoding Bottled Water Terms
Approximately 70% of all bottled water in South Africa is natural water.
Cockroaches Are Annoying, But There Is More to an Infestation
A few millennia’s ago, cockroaches were appreciated in South Africa especially by the Zulu people.
Mental Health First: Preparing for the Holidays
There are many things which can taint our experience of the holidays. Fortunately, all of them can be worked through or managed, and therapy helps.
Healthcare practitioners can educate during World Antibiotic Awareness Week
Experts urge public and doctors to participate in efforts to curb threat of antibiotic resistance.