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Monday | 02 August | 2021 Fighting a bipolar battle

By Emsie Martin It’s a struggle to get up. On other days you are alert and quick and your energy comes from an inexhaustible source. The next few days again you are up and down like a yo-yo. Many people

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Monday | 02 August | 2021 Don’t be a victim of gaslighting abuse any longer

By Reon Janse van Rensburg Has anyone intentionally distorted reality to make you feel that what you see or feel is not real and that there is indeed something wrong with you? You may have been a victim of gaslighting

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Monday | 26 July | 2021 Men don’t cry – a “silent crisis”

By Nico Strydom Everybody has heard the saying that men don’t cry, but according to mental health experts this historical gender-based norm of encouraging men to suppress their feelings and act strongly has a devastating impact on the male population.

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Monday | 26 July | 2021 Covid-19’s third wave and mental health

By Dr Eugene Brink The third wave of Covid-19 is now in full swing in South Africa and let’s be honest, it is a terrifying time to be alive. The threat of contracting the Delta variant and having loved ones

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Monday | 26 July | 2021 Clarifying the issue of acne ( Part I)

By Dr Rakesh Newaj Acne, commonly known as pimples or zits, is a chronic disease of the sebaceous glands. It results in eruptions on the face, torso, and other areas where these glands are present. While animals require the gland

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Thursday | 22 July | 2021 Post-Covid-19 care: Things you should do once you are healthy again

By Reon Janse van Rensburg The Covid-19 pandemic is still raging in several countries around the world. By 20 July 2021 the death toll stood at 4 096 422 while there are 190 939 839 cases recorded globally of people contracting the virus. More

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Monday | 19 July | 2021 Eating disorders

By Marli Naidoo Eating disorders affect 9% of people worldwide, mostly women and girls. However, men and boys aren’t excluded. One out of every four children who are diagnosed with anorexia nervosa is male. Teenage girls are more inclined than

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Monday | 19 July | 2021 Chronic Indecisiveness – What to do?

By Wilma Bedford There are so many decisions to make every day, from the small, insignificant ones (What shall I wear? What will I have for breakfast?) to major, life-changing ones (What career should I choose? Should I marry this

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Monday | 12 July | 2021 Is mental health the next pandemic?

By Nico Strydom The Covid-19 pandemic has had a huge effect on people’s mental health and experts expect cases of depression and post-traumatic stress disorder to keep on rising. “People are scared of getting sick because they will infect people

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Monday | 12 July | 2021 The importance of Vitamin B in your daily diet

By Melodie Veldhuizen There is a close clink between good eating habits and good health as well as the prevention and treatment of certain health conditions. The daily intake of recommended amounts of all nutrients, including vitamin B, therefore is

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