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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.
Subz founder creates innovative sanitary wear solution to tackle education crisis
"Marginalised schoolgirls in rural areas were missing a week of school every month because they didn’t have access to sanitary pads."
Vision screenings offered to teens in celebration of Youth Day
“We want to urge our young people to make eye health a priority, educate themselves on the topic and to go for regular check-ups."
Global warming leads to malaria increase
Malaria kills more than 400 000 people annually, with over 200 million reported malaria cases every year.
Get to the cause of dry eyes this winter
Consult your eye care practitioner if you continue to experience symptoms of dry eyes.
SA has second highest incidence of skin cancer worldwide
There are two main categories of skin cancer - melanoma and non-melanoma.
The road to health for Multimedia Sports Journalist, Trevor Cramer
According to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of SA, 210 people die every day from heart disease.