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Monday | 30 August | 2021 Ozone therapy

By Melodie Veldhuizen Ozone therapy is used to improve the body’s intake and use of oxygen and to strengthen the immune system. It is also used to treat a variety of illnesses by limiting the effect of viruses, bacteria, yeast,

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Monday | 30 August | 2021 Casual Day September 2021 Courage and Kindness

By Melodie Veldhuizen Casual Day, that was first celebrated in 1995 and is being celebrated for the 27th time this year, is South Africa’s leading awareness and fund-raising campaign for persons with disabilities. This is the flagship project for the

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Monday | 30 August | 2021 Is it safe to Get a Covid-19 vaccine if I am on oral contraceptives?

By Anja van den Berg The South African Covid-19 vaccination programme is in full swing. It is hoped that he country’s vaccine rollout will reach 67% of the population – some 40 million people – by May 2022. The programme

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Monday | 30 August | 2021 Hope during the pandemic

By Nico Strydom The Covid-19 pandemic has turned the world upside down and robbed people of their basic freedoms. The pandemic has a lingering influence on mental health, with people who have had loved ones die and also lost a

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Monday | 23 August | 2021 The complex motives behind fake news

By Nico Strydom Nowadays everybody is to some extent confronted by fake news on social-media networks or even at braais.    Historically news was received in printed or broadcast format via official news channels and the public trusted that the

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Monday | 23 August | 2021 Covid-19 or just the flu or a cold? Test your symptoms

By Dr Eugene Brink With Covid-19 having flared up again during winter and a fourth wave apparently in the offing, it is advisable to determine whether you have it or just some other type of seasonal illness, like the flu.

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Monday | 23 August | 2021 Beat the cholesterol bug

By Emsie Martin The first time I had my cholesterol tested, was just becaause someone was standing at Click’s entrance and pricking people’s fingers for a cholesterol test. Well, the results weren’t so great and I had to have a

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Monday | 16 August | 2021 Combatting dry skin (xerosis) with new advancements in moisturisers

By Dr R Newaj Over the past few decades the incidence of dryness-related skin problems has been on the increase, with more than 75% of people above the age of 65 years suffering from xerosis. The skin, being the largest

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Monday | 16 August | 2021 Trauma in the workplace

By Wilma Bedford Trauma is not only caused by spectacular external events such as malfunctioning equipment and accidents in the workplace that lead to physical injury. It can also be caused by, for example, political, social and domestic violence that

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Monday | 16 August | 2021 Psychological impact of riots: Understand and overcome

By Dr Eugene Brink The recent rioting in parts of the country is the latest stressor on top of other stressful events, such as Covid-19 and the lockdown. It is easy to understand that people feel overwhelmed and traumatised, but

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