Youth Health
HIV EXAM Students will be tested for HIV
The need for voluntary HIV testing of pupils, inevitably reigniting an old argument between old antagonists.
19 Sep 2014
HPV and your family Educate yourself about the risks
Cervical, anal and penile cancers, along with genital warts are but some of the nasty diseases one can contract from the Human Papillomavirus (HPV)
21 Aug 2014 - T. G.
IODINE AND OUR CHILDREN How does iodine affect the health of the child?
Did you know that iodine deficiency is one of the leading causes of mental retardation in children?Iodine deficiency is on the rise, especially in women of childbearing age.
03 Jul 2014 - C. N.
HEALTHCARE Rotary to provide free healthcare in April
During the Rotary Family Health days that ran over three days at 145 sites across the country, South Africans received free access to a wide variety of health services.
11 Apr 2014
THINK AGAIN Hold off on that big decision
You should never decide on a whim, especially if it involves a large sum of money or drastic lifestyle changes. Here is the 10 worst times to make those big decisions.
10 Apr 2014
A sporting chance Disadvantaged children are bowled over
South African cricket legends Graeme Smith, Justin Kemp and Mark Boucher are set to kick off a social cricket tournament with the aim of getting disadvantaged kids out there and playing.
04 Dec 2013 - S. M.
Too young for TB? Half a million children get TB every year
The World Health Organisation says more than 200 children under the age of 15 die from tuberculosis every day even though it's a preventable disease.
02 Oct 2013
Abused children at risk of obesity Research has found a link between child abuse and adult obesity
Children who are physically, sexually or emotionally abused or neglected are at greater risk for obesity later in life, a new review suggests
24 May 2013 - M. E.
An active future The future depends on what you do today
FUTURE CREW, a collaboration between Virgin Active and the Department of Cultural Affairs and Sport (DCAS), is an ambitious schools based project aimed at empowering learners in challenged communities.
07 Feb 2013 - D. W.
City of Cape Town offers HIV support Healthy cities focus: health care
Where you live affects your health. For this reason most cities have adopted a 'healthy cities' strategy which informs their policy.
12 Dec 2012 - C. D.
Healthy possibilities Entrepreneur opens medicine delivery service
A 21-year-old Khayelitsha entrepreneur is single-handedly on his way to unclogging major overcrowding at local public health facilities
29 Oct 2012 - M. C.
Investing in improved education Developing disadvantaged and disabled students
Elana Solomon, a third year occupational Therapy student at the University of Cape Town, received a speech processor to the value of R76 000, thanks to the Dell South Africa Development Fund.
04 Oct 2012
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