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World Deaf Day is celebrated every year in last week (last Sunday of the month of September) of the September to draw the attention of
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With the rising living costs and sky-rocketing food prices, it is still possible to eat healthily without breaking the bank. Here’s how. Money is tight
French researchers have patented a method to create sperm using stem cells, but it is not known whether the tiny cells are up to the
Health Minister Dr Aaron Motsoaledi says while no formal announcement has been made regarding the future of the National Health Insurance (NHI), much was being
With the Rugby World Cup upon us, injury risks are always a real cause for concern. These are the most common rugby injuries and how
A study found that people with atrial fibrillation showed mental declines at earlier age than those without heart condition. Older people who suffer from a
Differences in plaque-forming structures in the brains of Alzheimer’s patients may offer clues to why the disease can progress more rapidly or be less severe
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Chocolate is not generally considered to be a healthful food. However, chocolate contains nutrients that could be used to maintain brain health and prevent age-related
A large study has found that drinking as little as one drink per day can raise a woman’s risk for breast, liver and other cancers.
Colleagues and students in the Faculty of Health Sciences were recently thrilled by the news that Professor Robert J Wilkinson, Director of the Clinical Infectious