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Monday | 23 March | 2020 Bibliotherapy

by Marli Naidoo Bibliotherapy is not a well-known form of therapy, but has been in existence for centuries. The use of literature as a healing method dates back to ancient Greece, when Greek libraries were viewed as holy places with

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Tuesday | 17 March | 2020 Reasons why you still feel fatigued in the morning

By Dr Eugene Brink You’re going to bed at 22:00 and wake up at 0:600 and yet you still feel groggy and tired. Some coffee might remedy this and get you going, but some more sinister reasons may be behind

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Tuesday | 17 March | 2020 Why so many young people are unhappy

By Dr Eugene Brink We live in the most prosperous age in history and yet young people are unhappier than ever. “Though people have more money, better health care, better health, better housing and more education, and live longer than

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Tuesday | 17 March | 2020 Gallstones: Symptoms, risks and treatment

By Nico Strydom In general, gallstones do not hold serious health risks, but can lead to other health conditions that could be life-threatening. According to research, up to 20% of people world-wide will develop gallstones in their lifetime and not

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Tuesday | 17 March | 2020 Chronic health conditions and pregnancy

By Nico Strydom Pregnancy is supposed to be a wonderful experience for the prospective mother and her loved ones, but for women suffering from a chronic condition and then falling pregnant, it can become a time of anxiety and discomfort.

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Tuesday | 10 March | 2020 Does stress keep you awake at night?

By Essie Bester This is how to relieve tension and that feeling of being overwhelmed There are times when stress has a positive impact that can spur you on to top achievements, but there also are times that it interferes

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Tuesday | 10 March | 2020 Three steps to protecting your free time from work creeping in

By Anja van den Berg Some jobs have evident lines between when you’re available and when not, while in others the lines are blurred ─  or potentially non-existent. That makes not being distracted by work, especially mentally, a significant challenge.

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Tuesday | 10 March | 2020 Do you know where salt lies in ambush?

By Melodie Veldhuizen  All of us are aware of the dangers to our health of too much salt in our daily diet. If you are health conscious you are sure to handle the salt shaker with circumspect when you prepare

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Tuesday | 10 March | 2020 Road-trips and pregnancies: A brief guide

By Dr Eugene Brink You’re pregnant, but now your in-laws have made irresistible plans of their own: travelling to an exotic destination hundreds of kilometres from home. You haven’t been away for ages and it is all-expenses paid. What do

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Monday | 09 March | 2020 When to rather keep quiet

By Melodie Veldhuizen Have you ever said something and then immediately regretted it? For the sake of good relationships and to spare you embarrassment it is sometimes better to keep quiet. The following are a few situations where silence would

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