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Tuesday | 21 May | 2019 Keep healthy this winter

By Nico Strydom To many people winter is synonymous with colds and multiple layers of clothes to try and keep warm. However, there is some advice and precautions you can take to try and avoid getting sick and to make

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Tuesday | 21 May | 2019 Make time for reading

By Nico Strydom In today’s fast-lane life it seems almost impossible to find time for reading in between work, family and one’s social life. According to reports the number of readers is declining. It usually requires total concentration and for

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Tuesday | 21 May | 2019 Keeping fit this winter

By Nico Strydom With the temperature dropping every day, it becomes harder to get out of bed early in the morning and drag yourself to the gym. Many people will want to hibernate all winter but it is important to

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Monday | 20 May | 2019 What you should know about miscarriages

By Nico Strydom Up to 20% of pregnancies end in miscarriages and most miscarriages occur in the first three month of pregnancy. According to statistics, miscarriages are a common occurrence, but it can still be extremely traumatic for a woman

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Monday | 20 May | 2019 What you should know about restless-leg syndrome

By Emsie Martin If you have ever woken up because your legs jerked you awake, don’t worry because this is not the restless-leg syndrome (RBS). RBS is a common undiagnosed but treatable neurological condition that can affect anybody regardless of

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Tuesday | 14 May | 2019 Your cholesterol is high, what now?

By Emsie Martin Healthy lifestyle changes can help to lower cholesterol and decrease your risk to develop heart diseases, but it is important to consult your doctor. However, there are a few things you can adjust so as to maintain

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Tuesday | 14 May | 2019 Strokes for younger folks

By Dr. Eugene Brink Strokes are common and are usually associated with certain risk factors. Besides smoking, a sedentary lifestyle and high blood pressure, another highly probable determinant is someone’s age. A person over the age of 65 is more

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Tuesday | 14 May | 2019 Give your grief a voice

By Melodie Veldhuizen We all experience some grief and pain. The cause, nature and extent thereof may differ from person to person, but everyone’s grief could be so intense that your heart aches physically. Some people talk about their grief

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Tuesday | 14 May | 2019 How do you encourage someone in emotional pain?

By Melodie Veldhuizen In a previous article, Give your grief a voice, people were encouraged to talk about their emotional grief. This grief could have a variety of causes – the death of a loved one, terminal illness, divorce, the

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Monday | 13 May | 2019 Unfriending on Facebook: Hints and perils

By Dr. Eugene Brink Facebook has likely become the premier way of connecting to multiple friends and acquaintances. And yet, there is a plethora of caveats and perils associated with the world’s largest social media network that users should learn

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