The World Health Organisation (WHO), in partnership with the International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations (IFPMA), have launched an initiative aimed at improving cancer prevention, detection and treatment of breast and cervical cancer
Women choose to control their eating habits for many reasons – but whatever your reason may be, make sure you’re not on a particular diet because everyone else is.
Before you start berating yourself for the Sundays you spend indulging in chocolate and ice cream, know that a cheat day can actually help you lose weight
We sat down with Nike+ Run Club coach Peteni Kuzwayo who gave us the low-down on running as a hobby and a sport
If you feel as though you’ve lost your initial enthusiasm for working out, these could be the reasons
Swedish researchers believe that a fertility app works as effectively as the pill as a form of contraception – and without the side effects
Before you become low-fat obsessed, have you ever considered that it actually might not be the best option?
As the number of obese South African children rises, so do statistics on children being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes
Adopting a vegan lifestyle is about more than just switching up your diet. Here’s why an increasing number of women are choosing plant-based nutrition
On Monday, hip-hop artist Jabulani Ntsambo, best known as HHP, was mocked by some people for revealing that he attempted to commit suicide. We investigate why the black community still takes depression so lightly
Obesity is on the increase and new research published by The Lancet medical journal shows that every one in eight adults in the world is obese
There are everyday triggers that contribute to our anxiety and stress. We chat to the South African Depression and Anxiety Group (Sadag) to find out more
Fancy yourself a fitness fanatic? We’ve picked five of the best trainers and running shoes that will giving you extra comfort while you’re burning those calories. How’s that for stylish fitspiration?
If your regular afternoon naps are longer than an hour, you could be significantly increasing your risk of developing diabetes