One in 28 women in South Africa will develop breast cancer in their lifetime. Knowing your risk factors can help you to be aware and diagnose early.
High blood pressure is known as the silent killer because you will experience almost no symptoms. That’s why it’s important to check your blood pressure regularly.
The 2017 flu season was particularly deadly in the northern hemisphere – and winter is coming in South Africa. Here’s how to protect your family from the flu virus.
Too much sugar isn’t good for you, but cutting down is hard. Reduce your sugar intake with these tips.
Not all heart attacks start with a pain in the chest. Learning to spot these early warning signs could save your life.
With so much being demanded of you, it can be hard to tell the difference between actual depression and simply not coping. Here’s a guide to help you.
Carrie Fisher’s untimely death reminded us all that heart attacks don’t only affect men. Learn the symptoms – it could save your life!
Our latest infographic will help you to identify the symptoms of domestic violence and details how and where to get help.
Every day 58 South Africans die of diabetes, but for many, this condition goes undiagnosed. Here’s everything you need to know.